Junos 12

Overview With all the JunOS work I’ve been doing, I would be remis not to include something about monitoring. JunOS MIBs Look at MIBs on the box Dump them to a file and look at them offline SNMPv3 set snmp location City,State,Country set snmp contact "admins@cmhome" set snmp v3 usm local-engine user zabbix authentication-sha authentication-key "my secret key" set snmp v3 usm local-engine user zabbix privacy-aes128 privacy-key "my other key" set snmp v3 vacm security-to-group security-model usm security-name zabbix group zabbix set snmp v3 vacm access group zabbix default-context-prefix security-model any security-level privacy read-view all set snmp v3 snmp-community cmhome security-name zabbix set snmp engine-id use-mac-address set snmp view all oid .

Sometimes you need to setup a tunnel between different kinds of endpoints.

This has been updated and tested working with JunOS 12.3X48-D35.7

The last time I moved, I went through the unfortunate bit of having to change Hurricane Electric tunnel servers.

I recently ran into an issue where the mib2d daemon was consuming more than its fair share of memory.

I like IPSec because it was designed to bind 2 networks together from the beginning.

Rancid is a collection of perl bits which are able to login to various network devices and extract their configurations.