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 Let’s see Segment routing in action in this blog particularly on IOS-XR. Segment routing is quite new concept which is picking pace these days. In my earlier blog I listed the differences between Segment routing and RSVP-TE and SR can replace it and there are certain areas where it may not be able …

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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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Hi All, in this session lets discuss some Automation. During past few days, I was looking at some REST APIs for Juniper Northstar Controller. Now Northstar is good for LSP creation/deletion/modification but it cant configure the service E2E. Offcourse that tool is not meant to do all this but Juniper has recently released one beta …

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RSVP (Resource Reservation Protocol) is a transport layer protocol designed to reserve resources across a network for an integrated services Internet. RSVP is not a routing protocol and was designed to interoperate with current and future routing protocols. RSVP by itself is rarely deployed in telecom networks today but the traffic engineering extension of RSVP, …

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In this blog, we will discuss about configuration of DHCP for IPv4 on Junos particularly for MX104. MX router will act as a DHCP Local server which will assign IP Addresses to clients from the DHCP pool configured. To configure DHCP as local server we need to apply the following license on MX which is …

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