Wired Assurance

STP Edge Port / BPDU Guard

Switches support spanning-tree protocols that prevent loops in a network by creating a tree topology (spanning-tree) of the entire bridged network. All spanning-tree protocols use a special type of frame called bridge protocol data units (BPDUs) to communicate with each other. Other devices in the network, such as PCs, generate their own BPDUs that are...

Persistent (Sticky) MAC Learning

Overview Persistent (Sticky) MAC is a Layer 2 port security feature that prevents unauthorized devices from connecting to your network. When this feature is enabled, the switch will observe the incoming source MAC addresses on a configured port and dynamically learn and save this address to memory. The maximum of MAC address learned is specified...

Set up dot1x Authentication for Switch Management Access

If you want to setup dot1x authentication for Switch Management access(switch CLI login purpose) then under additional CLI add the below commands: set system authentication-order radius set system radius-server <radius-server-IP> port 1812 set system radius-server <radius-server-IP> secret "<secret-code>" set system radius-server <radius-server-IP> source-address <radius-Source-IP>   You can also refer to the below Juniper support document...

Static Routes

Overview Static routes are routes that are manually configured and entered into the routing table. The switch uses static routes: When the switch does not have a route to a destination that has a better (lower) preference value. When the switch cannot determine the route to a destination. When the switch is forwarding unroutable packets....

EVPN Multihoming Deployment via Mist Cloud

Select the Campus Fabric option, under the Wired Section of the Organization Tab:   Select EVPN Multihoming and complete the required fields below (default settings suffice): Topology Name: The configuration name should represent the Campus Fabric being deployed Overlay Settings: Define the BGP AS used to build the Overlay between the Collapsed Core switches Underlay...

Configure DHCP Snooping for Switches with Mist Wired Assurance

DHCP Snooping: DHCP snooping enables a switching device to examine all the DHCP traffic initiated from the untrusted ports on the network. When DHCP snooping is enabled on a VLAN, the system examines DHCP messages sent from untrusted hosts associated with the VLAN and extracts their IP addresses and lease information. This information is used...