This comprehensive reference is the first book available that explains the configuration and operation of Juniper technology, products, and the protocol implementation behind it. Written by a team of Juniper engineers, this book covers Juniper's award winning M-series router family and explains how the Juniper Network Operating System (JunOS) works, and why it is perceived to be superior to other operating systems. Each chapter includes insider tips and details for set-up - plus useful shortcuts and commands for getting the job done faster.From the Back Cover:
The Only Comprehensive Guide to Juniper Networks IP Technology
A new breed of systems is needed to run the cores and edges of IP networks--and these systems must address the ever-increasing pressures posed by exponential network growth, bandwidth-intensive applications, and emerging business environments. Now, you can easily understand the underlying technologies of Juniper Networks high-performing, scalable systems for IP infrastructures with this definitive and authoritative resource. Written by Juniper Network engineers and IP experts, this book gives you full coverage of the design and operation of the M-series router family--including component construction and naming and interconnection methods. You'll learn about all the major routing protocols, such as RIPv2, OSPF, ISIS, BGP4, as well as protocol-independent and static routes. For understanding the hardware, software, and protocol implementation behind Juniper Networks routers, this is the ultimate reference.
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Descripción Osborne/McGraw-Hill, 2002. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0072194812
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