Junos is packed full of CLI time-savers that you might not know about. Copying config, renaming, hiding, and saving config – there’s plenty you can do with one single command, when you know how. Give this post a read to find out how to turn your job from a chore into a joy!
It’s the third part in our series on IS-IS! In this post you’re going to learn about interface types, broadcast interfaces, metrics, and the OSPF equivalent of the designated router – the “designated intermediate system”, or DIS. It’s way more efficient than how OSPF does it. I think you’re gonna enjoy this one!
In Part 2 of my ongoing series on IS-IS, we take a look at some real nice packet captures. You’re going to learn how hello and LSP messages work, how adjacencies work, and we even explore our feelings together, so that we can finally find inner-peace with ourselves. Great!!!
Here’s the first post in my five-part guide to IS-IS. Wow, what a Christmas treat! In this first post we compare IS-IS to OSPF; we’ll talk about Level 1 and Level 2; we’ll explain the unique addressing system; we’ll look at a basic config, and we’ll talk about why Googling for IS-IS is very different from Googling for ISIS.