GNS3, IPv6, Juniper, Network and Enterprise Security

Juniper Networks Horizontal Campus Design Implementation

Juniper Deployment

PLATFORM: GNS3 1.5.2, VMWARE WORKSTATION PRO

IMAGES:  junos-vsrx-12.1X47-D20.7, Juniper vQFX RE, Juniper vQFX PFE, Juniper vMX vCP, Juniper vMX vFP, Juniper vMX 14.1R4.8 ( Single VM), NAT Cloud, Ethernet Switch, Linux Server and PC.

Description:

Phase-1 LAN Network

  • Configured a Two-tier hierarchy with Access and Distribution layers and RVI’s on host facing ports.
  • Configured Virtual Chassis at both layers to create a loop free topology and box-level redundancy and LAG to increase the Bandwidth utilization and overall increasing the resilience and performance.
  • Configured MC-LAG to provide Loop free layer 2 network, Load Balancing and Multihoming Support.

Phase-2 WAN Network

  • VRRP has been configured for both IPv4 and IPv6 networks to provide redundancy by switchover and NAT64 to facilitate communication between IPv4 and IPv6 networks.
  • Configured Zones and policies on firewall vSRX to identify and control traffic flow and the Firewalls are clustered together to operate as a single device and for redundancy.
  • Configured Screens and Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) and Unified Threat Management (UTM) on Firewall to prevent various attacks like DOS, SYN Floods, Spam, Virus and Zero-Day Attacks.
  • Configured Multipoint IPSec VPN Tunnels and DRP between the campuses to provide secure communication over the public Internet.

Phase-3 Monitoring

  • Set up Splunk to pull the system logs from the devices and monitor the traffic.

 

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