In order to reduce the risks of getting into an unpleasant situation after a change, many engineers have developed procedures and tools to verify their networks. The good news is that there is JSNAP – an automation tool that details pre- and post-verifications. JSNAP is a collection of SLAX scripts that runs on top of juise, the environment that runs SLAX scripts off-the-box. From setup, to sample scripts, to complete SLAX configurations, this Day One has it all – and you can put what you’ve learned to use in a matter of hours.
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