Mist Switch Operator in docker

Mist Switch Operator in docker

First of all, I have to thank Yedu Siddalingappa from Mist and then Thomas Munzer who created the Mist Switch Operator UI. I was working on a script to accomplish the following goals: Individual port level changes on the Juniper switches using the APIs View the changes Allow users to only view and make changes… Continue Reading Mist Switch Operator in docker

FastIron 9.x on ICX7150 – Overview

FastIron 9.x on ICX7150 – Overview

A recent tweet from @wirednot, showing an old GUI of ICX7150 led to a thread of some fun tweets. One tweet in particular from @sharanmahadevan recommending the FastIron 9.x code, and a screenshot showing a fancy GUI got me curious and I decided to update my ICX7150 12 port switch. Update process is straightforward using… Continue Reading FastIron 9.x on ICX7150 – Overview

Warehouse Antenna and Mount – AccelTex/MistAP43E

Warehouse Antenna and Mount – AccelTex/MistAP43E

When it comes to designing WLAN solutions for challenging environments, such as (warehouses, industrial, manufacturing, etc) things can get complicated easily. Among different requirements, one crucial requirement is AP and/or antenna mounting. When using access points with external antennas there are few things we need to think about: Type of access point Type of antenna… Continue Reading Warehouse Antenna and Mount – AccelTex/MistAP43E

Troubleshooting with Marvis – Cables and Photos

Marvis Actions is a pretty good tool that allows me to look at some issues proactively and resolve them. Recently after migrating a new site to Juniper/Mist network I could not find/locate one of the camera and it was not showing up online in the monitoring system. Next day I saw this in the dashboard… Continue Reading Troubleshooting with Marvis – Cables and Photos

Juniper SRX 300 – Part 2

Juniper SRX 300 – Part 2

Previously I reviewed some high level information of Juniper SRX Firewall. Now I will configure it as my main firewall at home/office/lab. Interface ge-0/0/0 and ge-0/0/7 are by default part of “Untrust” zone already as shown below: I simply moved the ISP cable from my old firewall to the SRX300 port “ge-0/0/0”. It took about… Continue Reading Juniper SRX 300 – Part 2

Juniper EX4600 Layer 3 Config – DHCP – Part 2

In this second part I want to review DHCP configuration on the Juniper switch. Part 1 I discussed interface related configurations; most of that stuff can be configured via UI now and CLI and/or CLI command section isn’t needed for that. (NOTE: Personally no matter how good the UI gets, I do like to know… Continue Reading Juniper EX4600 Layer 3 Config – DHCP – Part 2

Juniper EX4600 Layer 3 Config -Interfaces – Part 1

Juniper EX4600 Layer 3 Config -Interfaces – Part 1

Deploying a Mist Wireless Network is really easy. The whole process can be automated via UI and/or APIs. I can literally just design everything in Ekahau, drag and drop and be done with it. When it comes to Juniper Switching and it’s integration into the Mist Dashboard, that process is still improving as they continue… Continue Reading Juniper EX4600 Layer 3 Config -Interfaces – Part 1

Juniper SRX300

Juniper SRX300

I was able to get my hands on a brand new Juniper SRX300 Next Gen Firewall, many thanks to @JussiKiviniemi. I have previously worked with Juniper Netscreen product line extensively so looking forward to see what SRX can do and how the interface looks like. Here are few items I am looking to target: Test… Continue Reading Juniper SRX300

Python: Bulk rename Juniper switches

Python: Bulk rename Juniper switches

Juniper/Mist devices can be easily claimed via the web UI and/or the Mist AI app on the mobile device. It has been a while since Juniper also added support to claim switches and I just finally had a chance to test it out. For some reason my phone was not able to scan the QR… Continue Reading Python: Bulk rename Juniper switches

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