Update some books since I issued JUNOS 101更新: Juniper JUNOS – Day One系列(1) in last year.
JUNOS Fundamentals Series
This Day One series introduces the JUNOS OS to new users, one day at a time. This handy set of booklets starts at the beginning with the practical steps and knowledge to set up and operate any device running JUNOS. The JUNOS Fundamental Series includes:
Exploring the JUNOS CLI
The command-line interface is the software interface to access your Junos device. Learn the essentials about its commands and mechanics, including how to navigate the interface and both the operational and configuration modes. After reading, you will be able to:
- Understand the hierarchies within each mode.
- Get onboard help and use keyboard shortcuts to speed up your work.
- Show device status, alarms, and other helpful information in operational mode.
- Modify, save, and load conﬁguration ﬁles with minimal risk to operations.
- Use basic conﬁguration mode commands such as show, set, and delete.
- Capitalize on the safety features of the Junos commit model.
- Prepare system changes in advance.
- Use the shortcuts and tips of experienced users and avoid common problems.
Configuring JUNOS Basics
Configure the basic settings of your device and learn more about configuration mode in this booklet. You’ll learn the first steps to configuring a Junos device, whether you are setting up a router, switch, or security platform. After reading, you will be able to:
- Create a handy checklist of settings to use in configuring the system basics.
- Create login accounts and permissions.
- Set up SNMP to work with your existing systems.
- Monitor your device remotely and configure system logs.
- Install Web-based management.
- Make changes faster with configuration shortcuts.
- Streamline device setup with configuration groups and templates.
- Compare your resulting configuration to the booklet example.
JUNOS Automation Series
This Day One series helps you to begin using the powerful Junos OS tools for automating the methods and procedures of your network with step-by-step instructions and lots of examples. The Junos Automation Series includes:
Applying JUNOS Operations Automation
Junos automation is a set of tools to automate the operational methods and procedures of a network. Understand how Junos automation tools work, how to write and use op scripts that can optimize Junos commands to your environment, and where to find out more. After reading, you will be able to:
- Explain where to use the different Junos script types.
- Use reference scripts from this book and Juniper’s script library.
- Interpret the XML data structures used by Junos devices.
- Communicate with Junos through the Junos XML API.
- Ease how you write XML data structures using the SLAX XML abbreviated format.
- Read SLAX scripts and understand the operations they perform.
- Create your own customized operation scripts.
Applying JUNOS Event Automation
Event automation instructs Junos of actions to take in response to system events through event policies and event scripts. Use event automation to speed time-to-resolve, minimize the impact of events and automate time-of-day changes. After reading, you will be able to:
- Understand the difference between an op script and an event script.
- Identify potential events that could be automated.
- Build the needed event policy to match desired events and conditions.
- Correlate multiple events and determine the proper response to those events based on their relationship to each other.
- Create your own customized event scripts.
Applying JUNOS Configuration Automation
Configuration automation provides a way to add customized intelligence as part of the commit process used by Junos to validate configuration changes. Commit scripts can control the commit process in multiple ways ranging from simple warning messages to complex configuration changes based on the presence of configuration macros. This booklet shows you how to:
- Understand the role of and possible uses for commit scripts.
- Provide feedback as part of the commit process through warning or syslog messages.
- Halt the commit process with error messages.
- Alter the configuration through commit scripts.
- Use configuration macros to simplify your configuration or to store specialized data.
- Create your own customized commit scripts.