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DEFAULT ROUTE PREFERENCES IN JUNOS
This is a list of a all default route preferences in JunOS, compared to IOS:
Protocol Preference (JunOS) Administrative Distance (IOS) Local / Direct 0 0 Static + Static LSPs 5 1 RSVP 7 LDP 9 OSPF internal 10 110 ISIS Level 1 internal 15 115 ISIS Level 2 internal 18 115 RIP 100 120 RIPng 100 120 PIM 105 Aggregate 130 OSPF external 150 110 ISIS Level 1 external 160 115 ISIS Level 2 external 165 115 BGP 170 eBGP 20 | iBGP 170 MSDP 175
OSPF LSA TYPES AND SCOPE
This is a summary of OSPF LSA Types and where they are present:
LSA Type/Name Area 0 Standard Area Stub Area NSSA TSA 1 – Router x x x x x 2 – Link x x x x x 3 – Network-Summary x x x x blocked 4 – ASBR Summary x x not generated blocked blocked 5 – AS External x x blocked blocked blocked 7 – NSSA external 7 to 5 n/a n/a x n/a
DEFAULT IMPORT AND EXPORT POLICIES FOR PROTOCOLS
Default import and export Policies for BGP, IS-IS, OSPF, RIP and RIPng in JunOS.
PROTOCOL DEFAULT IMPORT POLICY ACTION DEFAULT EXPORT POLICY ACTION RIP Import any IPv4 route to inet.0 No export RIPng Import any IPv6 route to inet6.0 No export IS-IS Import any IPv4 route to inet.0 and IPv6 route to inet6.0 Export link state database OSPFv2 Import any route to inet.0 Export link state database OSPFv3 Import any IPv4 (realm) route to inet.0 and IPv6 route to inet6.0 Export link state database BGP Import any learned routes Export any active BGP route
This is a list of the most useful cli shortcuts for faster configuration!
Keyboard sequence Action Ctrl+b Move the cursor back one character. Esc+b or Alt+b Move the cursor back one word. Ctrl+f Move the cursor forward one character. Esc+f or Alt+f Move the cursor forward one word. Ctrl+a Move the cursor to the beginning of the command line. Ctrl+e Move the cursor to the end of the command line. Ctrl+h, Delete, or Backspace Delete the character before the cursor. Ctrl+d Delete the character at the cursor. Ctrl+k Delete the all characters from the cursor to the end of the command line. Ctrl+u or Ctrl+x Delete the all characters from the command line. Ctrl+w, Esc+Backspace, or Alt+Backspace Delete the word before the cursor. Esc+d or Alt+d Delete the word after the cursor. Ctrl+y Insert the most recently deleted text at the cursor. Ctrl+l Redraw the current line. Ctrl+p Scroll backward through the list of recently executed commands. Ctrl+n Scroll forward through the list of recently executed commands. Ctrl+r Search the CLI history incrementally in reverse order for lines matching the search string. Esc+/ or Alt+/ Search the CLI history for words for which the current word is a prefix. Esc-1 through Esc-9 or Alt-1 through Alt-9 Specify the number of times to execute a keyboard sequence.
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