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JunOS | Tips & Tricks

Sharing some tips and tricks below:

Exit from the CLI environment and create a UNIX-level shell.

To return to the CLI, type exit from the shell.

Find big size file into shell:

Deleting whole configuration:

Load replace terminal:

The command load replace terminal can be used to copy a configuration from a text file to a Juniper device. After executing this command the router will start accepting configuration data via the paste option. To exit this mode use the CTRL-D or ^D, this will exit from the terminal mode and return back to device prompt.

MD5 check:

Upgrade software:

Rollback software:

Hardware - first things first:

OP Script - Love JunOS (lovejunos.slax):

After download it, just upload it in the directory /var/db/scripts/op/ of your MX and activate the script by entering the following command:

Show physical interfaces:

Version with haiku:

Check random "phrases" at the end of the output

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