Multicast through Juniper SRX 5800

We’ve been working toward a more simplified model for our network path, and in doing so, we desired a congruent path for IPv6, IPv4 Multicast and IPv4 Unicast.However, this is actually pretty hard when dealing with the link speeds, amounts... Read more →

Android (Nexus One) or iPhone?

*Cross posted from my personal blog since it’s a technical subject* That is the million dollar question on many phone geeks minds. The iPhone is really a love it or hate it kind of device, much like Apple stuff in general. Android,... Read more →

SRX IPv6 flow based processing

One of our plans is to consolidate as many of the egress trafic paths as possible.  To facilitate this, we had to do some things like buy carrier grade equipment.  Enter the SRX 5800.  No one really does IPS/IDP+Firewall quite like the SRX.... Read more →

Viewing ipv6 router advertisements

I knew a tool like this had to exist, but I had never needed to look in the past.  While debugging a RA problem, I come upon the need to view IPv6 router advertisements.  How can one do this?  tcpdump?  Yeah, I guess that could work.  It’s... Read more →
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