Tag Archives: monitoring

Juniper SRX – Automated Route Monitoring

Matt Schmitz/ March 13, 2018

I have always said that I’m not sure I could write code for a living, but I do really enjoy writing scripts that make my life easier. Today’s post is a great example of that. The ease of use offered by the Juniper SRX firewalls and JunOS is something that I wish I had in all of my networking infrastructure.

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Tracking Latency and Packet Loss with SmokePing

Matt Schmitz/ April 25, 2017

“The network is slow” – Sound like something you’ve heard before? What does ‘slow’ mean anyway? And is it different from yesterday? Sometimes tracking down network ‘slowness’ can be pretty difficult, especially when you don’t have a good baseline of what is normal. This kind of goes back to one of the tips I shared earlier in ‘A Little Bit of

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