Juniper Studies: Day One IPv6 book

Day One: Exploring IPv6 is a short primer on IPv6 concepts and related configuration on Junos. The Day One library consist of short books that aim to get you up to speed on a diversity of topics. The book on IPv6 contains a lot of lab examples and hands-on work, definitely a good thing. Read on to find out more.

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Juniper Studies: SP track material

This is my list of study material for the Juniper Service Provider certification track. I will keep this list updated in accordance with my own progress and with any good suggestions I might get. Most of the material is focused on the JNCIS-SP and JNCIP-SP exams but some of it continues to be of value up to the JNCIE.

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Comparing Juniper Wistar to Eve-NG

Wistar is a tool to build virtual labs with Juniper gear. The main attraction is its ability to abstract devices consisting of separate machines in a single node in your topology. Wistar belongs in the realm of software like Eve-NG or GNS3 and brings some unique features to the table. Read on to find out more and see how it compares.

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Persistent changes to machines in Eve-NG

When using Eve-NG, most x86-based virtualization happens via Qemu. You place a so-called base image in your Eve-NG machine and that image gets used by all of your nodes. Active nodes exist as a linked clone of the base image. I ran into the need to make some persistent changes to a base image. I did not want to set up another machine just to adjust my images so I figured out how to use my Eve-NG machine to do it. Read on to find out how.
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