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Configurations

Let’s get down to the “how” portion of this engagement. The configurations were performed using the command line, on devices running Junos version 11.1r1.

The initial design was developed with just a pair of MXs connecting two EX VCs and a pair of DLSAMs, as shown in Figure 6-2. The connectivity was all fiber connections to the small form-factor pluggables (SFPs) that would be used in the field. The addressing was designed to include all the other devices and links. The use of private addresses for all internal networking provided a level of security and freedom for adding address space. The voice system used private addressing as well, while all DSL customers were assigned public IP addresses for Internet access. The remote equipment in this topology was designated Node1 and the central equipment group was designated Node0. The actual node names were the town names that housed the MXs, but for security, these designations will do.


  

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