Juniper-Mist Updates

Juniper-Mist Updates

Whenever I log into my Juniper-Mist Dashboard, I am always excited to see “Announcing New Features” message. See full updates here. I would love to point out couple of features that I have been waiting for that Juniper-Mist implemented: Sponsored Guest Access: I wrote a post previously on “Sponsored Guest Access and Self Registration“. In… Continue Reading Juniper-Mist Updates

VOQ – Virtual Output Queuing

I came across this topic VOQ – Virtual Output Queuing, while studying for a technical certification. Although I understood the basic idea behind it, but the authors did not do a good job explaining it, so here are some of my notes. I have tried to write this generic instead of focusing on a specific… Continue Reading VOQ – Virtual Output Queuing

Troubleshooting with Marvis – Missing VLAN

Troubleshooting with Marvis – Missing VLAN

This post is part of the series, “Troublehsooting with Marvis”. I decided to write these to document some connectivity related troubleshooting tips using MistAI and Marvis. When it comes to any WLAN, troubleshooting the network post deployment is an intrinsic part of any WLAN engineers job. User Satisfaction and Performance: Users are crucial. Their experience… Continue Reading Troubleshooting with Marvis – Missing VLAN

Mist MPSK – Part 2

Mist MPSK – Part 2

In my previous post and part 1 of Mist MPSK, I talked about the configuration of MPSK using the Mist Dashboard. I want to do a deep dive into the connectivity phase of this solution and see how it looks. Here is my basic network setup. First I will connect using the first passphrase and… Continue Reading Mist MPSK – Part 2

Mist MPSK – Part 1

Most wireless vendors have a solution around using unique PSKs for client devices. Recently I had a chance to do a little deep dive into the solution provided by Mist. I am going to look at the following features: Creating an SSID ready for MPSKs Ability to create MPSK Ability to assign VLANs (this is… Continue Reading Mist MPSK – Part 1

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

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

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