In this post I will highlight what genarate routes are, how to configure them and what is their use, using JunOS
The free online F5 lab includes few Web servers configured so that the user is presented with different web pages based on whether the access was made over http or https. The problem is that the F5 Lab is slow and therefore, having a similar implementation in my lab, sounded cool. In this blog I will show you how I did it.
When I first built my ESXi server, I thought I’d invest in a good server to allow me to really get my hands “dirty” with VMware. When it came to acquiring disks, I quickly realise that SSD drives were very expensive … so I ended up with SAS drives. Didn’t take long to find out it is possible to optimise Memory Resources by using SSD drives. I have therefore decided to invest in two 128 GB SSD drives but never really got the chance to actually put them to test. I connected and used them as local storage. Recently, prices…
In this post I will highlight what aggregate routes are, how to configure them and what is their use, using JunOS