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Monitoring IPv6 vs IPv4 Traffic on Juniper SRX

I use a Juniper SRX 110 at home, and my ISP is enlightened enough to offer IPv6 by default to all customers. My devices are dual-stack, and I know that a lot of content is now available via IPv6 and IPv4. I’ve been trying to figure out how to measure the volume of IPv6 traffic, and I […]

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DHCPv6 on Juniper SRX-110 – Progress

Last year I posted about my frustrations with getting the DHCPv6 client working on a Juniper SRX-110. I am pleased to report that Juniper has now released 12.1X46-D10.2, which resolves at least some of my issues. I couldn’t find it documented in the Release Notes anywhere, but the parser now allows you to have “client-ia-type ia-pd”, without […]

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DHCPv6 Client on Juniper SRX-110

Juniper recently released 12.1X45-D10 for the SRX-110. The key new feature for me was DHCPv6 Client support – finally! It’s still new, and buggy, and I wouldn’t rush it into production, but if you need DHCPv6 client support, it’s here. These are my notes on how I’ve configured it to get it working. Background: The […]

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IMC – Device Adapters for Mikrotik and Netscaler

I’ve written basic versions of Device Adapters for IMC, to allow configuration backup of Miktrotik RouterOS-based systems, and Citrix Netscaler-based systems. These are both fairly rough, but they do the job. For the Miktrotik adapter, it uses the “export” command to grab the backup. This only works via CLI. The output needs some cleanup – […]

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