Wired Assurance

Wired Service Level Expectations (SLE)

Mist Juniper Service Level Expectations (SLE) shows the client experience on your network at any given point in time. Use the SLE page to measure and manage your network proactively by identifying pain points before they become too big of an issue. Do you want to know how your network is doing today? Wired SLEs...

Supported Switch Models

    We recommend using any of the EX Series switches shown below for use with Juniper access points driven by Mist AI. They meet both the PoE and speed requirements needed for AP deployments, and they support Juniper’s Virtual Chassis. All the features you need to set up interoperability between APs with EX Series...

Features Supported on EX Switches

Please see this page to read more about features supported on the different EX Switches: https://apps.juniper.net/home/segment?segment=Cloud%20Providers&subSegment=Campus

Greenfield vs. Brownfield Switches

Cloud-ready, or “greenfield,” switches can be automatically added to the Juniper Mist cloud using the zero touch provisioning (ZTP) option, or they can be added manually by entering an activation code for the switch in the Juniper Mist portal. New switches should be cloud-ready out of the box. If so, they will have a cloud...

Adding an EX Series Switch to the Juniper Mist Cloud

Overview of the Zero Touch Provisioning (ZTP) Process Once a cloud-ready switch is connected to the internet and powered on for the first time, it triggers an onboard phone-home client (PHC) to get configuration updates from the phone-home server (PHS) as shown in Figure 2. The default behavior is for the PHC to connect to a redirect...

Switches Dashboard

Switch Front Panel To view your Switch Details directly through the Mist Dashboard, navigate to the Switches tab on the left side of your screen and select a switch from the list that has been adopted to your site. The EX Switches front panel provides a detailed, logical representation of your switches on our Mist...