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Here are 3 free Juniper tools that we love and believe every Juniper customer should be using…

1. Juniper CLI Explorer

If you’re just getting started with Juniper, the Command Line Interface (CLI) Explorer is a great place to start.

This free tool takes you to a vast technical library with rich examples to find commands, or learn more about commands and their syntax – a process that can otherwise be complex, time consuming, and fraught with errors.

Via the tool’s user friendly interface, you can:

Ultimately, this tool will help you learn to use CLI commands more efficiently, save time, reduce configuration errors, and troubleshoot more effectively.

2. Hardware compatibility tool

Juniper’s hardware compatibility tool is extremely useful for research if you are planning to expand or upgrade your Juniper hardware.

You can leverage this powerful tool to check compatibility across a wide range of Juniper products including routers, control boards, optics, security devices, and more. The compatibility checker provides valuable insights into which Junos versions each product was introduced with, as well as which versions have been tested, making it a useful resource throughout the entire lifecycle of your Juniper deployment.

Whether you're planning a new installation or upgrading your existing infrastructure, this tool can help you ensure that all of your components work together seamlessly, minimising the risk of compatibility issues and streamlining your network management.

3. Feature Explorer

Juniper’s Feature Explorer makes it easy to explore and learn about the features and capabilities of all your Juniper network devices.

It’s extremely useful to help you:

You can use the Feature Explorer to navigate by features or products, and quickly see which Junos version applies to the hardware.

If you are logged in to your Juniper account, you can also export this information to Microsoft Excel for local reference if you need it.

To learn more about Juniper’s extensive range of free tools for engineers, please get in touch.