What do you like most about Juniper Ethernet Switches?
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The most valuable feature is that Juniper is multiple kernels, so there's isolation, which means you won't get a process that runs away, creating problems across the whole platform.
Juniper Ethernet Switches are high-end solutions.
Juniper switches are very good with MPLS.
The solution is easy to use and has good integration.
The solution is certainly scalable.
The thing that sets Juniper apart from most switches is that when you're in the command line and you make a configuration change, you just write the command and then say "commit confirmed minutes". For example, I'm configuring a switch here in my office, which is five miles away, and I say, "commit confirmed 5". If I can't get back to the interface within five minutes to be able to make sure the switch came up, it rolls back to the previous configuration. This way I do not get locked out, or the switch doesn't get messed up because of the incorrect configuration. That's an automatic feature, which is pretty slick. I haven't seen that feature with other vendors that I've worked with. That's probably my most favorite feature.
Both Juniper and Cisco switches are interoperable.
I like that it's fairly easy to implement these ethernet switches.
I like the simplicity of it.
The most valuable feature is switching on our network.
The virtual Chassis feature for stacking is good in general, with high bandwidth for the link, which is good.
It is easy to configure, and there are three routing switches.
It's easy to use.
One of the nicest things about Juniper switches is they work well with other vendor products. When you have to go into a situation where other vendor switches are present, you can make it work.
The most valuable feature of this solution is the Junos operating system.
The most valuable feature is the Spanning Tree Protocol (STP).
This is a lower cost product with better features than the competition.
It has features that allow us to go back to previous configurations.
The most valuable feature is the virtual chassis.
The GUI interface distinguishes it from other vendors and makes it easy to operate.
The scalability is excellent. It's one of the aspects of the solution that is quite good.
Juniper is the best when it comes to the core layer.
The ease of management through the command line interface is very good.
The most valuable feature is that the CLI is the same on all of the Juniper devices, including routers, switches, and firewalls.
What I like most about this solution is that it is secure.
Junos OS is extremely flexible and easy to pick up.