Undoubtedly, one of the coolest features in JUNOS is the apply-path statement. Using apply-path, an operator can configure a prefix-list which comprises IP prefixes linked to a defined path within JUNOS. This facilitates tasks like configuring firewall filters to allow traffic from configured BGP neighbors, making them highly dynamic.
So it’s been a while since I’ve posted, and I’m just now getting to a point where I can start writing a bit more, not to mention feeling quite a bit more well rested after a grueling month of December. I was quite busy during the last month as I was doing last minute preparations for my JNCIE-M/T exam scheduled for Dec. 17th, not to mention trying to wrap up several projects before years end. I’m delighted to say that I passed the exam and am now the proud recipient of the highly sought-after JNCIE-M/T designation! I’d like to take a few moments to share about my experiences with the rest of you who may also decide to pursue this certification.