[j-nsp] Practice lab environments, any suggestions?
swm at emanon.com
Thu Sep 4 12:27:05 EDT 2014
Which of the certification tracks are you going for? Because eventually,
each will be different!
Two options to start out the way I see it. Grabbing a few SRX¹s or even
old J-series off EBay are good. JUNOS is JUNOS at the beginning levels.
Eventually things separate though.
An MX would be another good option. A single MX with good amount of
interfaces can be split into multiple routers using logical systems.
Other devices can too, but there are more limitations that seem to get in
the way and make life more complicated on non-MX devices IMHO.
Good luck in your studies!
From: ryanL <ryan.landry at gmail.com>
Date: Thursday, September 4, 2014 at 12:11 PM
To: Scott Granados <scott at granados-llc.net>
Cc: juniper-nsp <juniper-nsp at puck.nether.net>
Subject: Re: [j-nsp] Practice lab environments, any suggestions?
>something like this might be overkill, but might save you a lot of money
>rack rentals if you plan on spending loads of time on this.
>(not my listing, just an example, buyer beware, etc etc)
>On Thu, Sep 4, 2014 at 11:58 AM, Scott Granados <scott at granados-llc.net>
>> I¹m starting down the path of certifications and wondering what people
>> for practice labs in terms of hardware? I did some googling but have
>> mostly found rack rental services. Is this the primary method? Is
>> anyone putting together bundles for sale of used equipment like you
>> find for Cisco hardware? If not what hardware do people suggest for a
>> lab that¹s reasonably cost effective. Any suggestions would be most
>> appreciated. Any pointers to pre made kits or other solutions would
>> be greatly appreciated.
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