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Phase 1

A little research identified a couple of sources for brushing up this warrior’s knowledge in this area: a Juniper Day One book called Securing the Routing Engine on M, MX, and T Series, two RFCs (RFC 3013, Recommended Internet Service Provider Security Services and Procedures, and RFC 2979, Behavior of and Requirements for Firewalls), and a Cisco document (Cisco Document ID: 13608 Cisco Guide to Hardened Cisco IOS Devices—Cisco Systems). Yes, a Juniper Networks warrior will use any sources for ideas—even Cisco. These resources prescribe a number of elements for securing an Internet router. There is also an excellent example on the Juniper site that identifies the configuration for a secured router. Pulling from each of these sources, the following is a list of the security requirements for the MXs:


  

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