Prepare for the future by replacing your aging Cisco devices with state of-the-art Juniper hardware and double your productivity with this two-book migration guide for the SRX and EX Series.
Book 1: Migrating From Cisco ASA to Juniper SRX Series
This Day One book walks you step-by-step through a best practice change process that will ease, and actually simplify, a migration from ASA to SRX. It documents a detailed migration plan that will help you familiarize yourself with the Junos OS and the SRX Series. This book also includes dozens of configuration detail comparisons that will make any cutover, in the lab or in production, successful.
“This book is an excellent foundation for migrating from Cisco ASA to Juniper SRX for your organization’s next-generation security platform.” – Clay Haynes, JNCIE-SEC #69
Book 2: Migrating From Cisco Catalyst to Juniper EX Series
Migrate from Catalyst to Juniper’s EX Series in a series of well-defined steps that will prepare you for the future with Juniper’s switching platform. Book 2 documents a migration plan that will help you insert the first Junos OS switches into an operational Cisco network.
“Quintessential reading for the engineer migrating from Catalyst to the EX Series. Full of best practices and tips as you upgrade your switching.” - Nick Ryce, Senior Network Architect, Fluency, JNCIE-ENT #232
IT’S DAY ONE AND YOU HAVE A JOB TO DO, SO LEARN HOW TO:
• Replace aging ASA devices with the SRX Series firewalls
• Compare ASA commands with equivalent Junos OS commands
• Understand the differences between ASA named interfaces and Junos OS zones
• Move from the ASA policy-based VPN towards the SRX Series route-based VPN
• Better understand the different interior gateway protocols
• Translate IOS commands to Junos OS commands
• Learn the differences between HSRP and VRRP for gateway redundancy
• Understand how a Virtual Chassis can ease network management
About the Authors
Martin Brown is a Network Security Engineer for a tier 1 service provider based in the UK, and a Juniper Ambassador with knowledge that covers a broad range of network devices. Martin started his career in IT 20 years ago supporting Macintosh computers, became an MCSE in 1999, and has since progressed to networking, supporting most of the major manufacturers including Cisco, F5, Checkpoint, and of course, Juniper.
Rob Jeffery is a Cyber Security Consultant working with resellers, distributors, and vendors, helping them to deliver security solutions and advisory services to large enterprise and public sector organizations. After starting his work life in the hospitality industry, Rob gained a 1st
class with hours degree in Network Infrastructure Technologies and Business Computing Solutions, before joining a security VAR and MSSP. Since then he has worked his way from 1st line support up to Technical Director at a security VAR before going solo.