Hi All In this blog, we will look at configuring Juniper routers via Opendaylight which in turn uses netconf/restconf for making the connection. Before we can start doing the configuration we need to create a Netconf connector between Opendaylight and Juniper routers. Also before that let’s first see what NETCONF is 🙂 Network Configuration Protocol …

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Hi All In this post, we will look at Open day light controller working with Juniper vMXs and how we can use the controller to get the BGP, BGP-LS and PCEP working. Once everything is up and running we will use the Controller to initiate the PCEP initiated MPLS LSPs between 2 VMXs. Sounds interesting? …

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In this blog we will discuss about one important knob in JunOS i.e vrf-table-label. Vrf-table-label is useful for 2 purposes in Junos Save label space Perform 2 lookup on packet So let’s understand it more. We will start with 1st point above Junos by default allocates same VPN Label to prefixes recieved from one CE …

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In my earlier blog on L2VPN via CCC https://networkzblogger.com/2017/04/23/l2vpn-via-ccc-in-junos/ we saw in that method customer interface needs to be bind with LSP and for each customer we need to have separate LSP configured which is not ideal from operational perspective. In this blog we will look at another method of achieving this where BGP is …

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Hi All In my earlier post on VRRP https://networkzblogger.com/2017/04/15/vrrpv6-and-tracking-in-junos/ we looked at VRRPv6 and how VRRP tracking is working on receiving the Ipv6 default route. As that blog was mainly focusing on VRRP, so didn’t explained anything on Ebgp relationship over Ipv6 and IPV6 default route however in this post I will be mainly focusing …

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