The JUNOS Internet software is configured through a hierarchy of configuration statements that define the desired software properties. All properties of the JUNOS Internet software, including interfaces, general routing information, routing protocols, and user access, as well as several system hardware properties, can be configured. First a candidate configuration is created, then it is committed, to be evaluated and activated by the JUNOS Internet software.
For a detailed description of the initial software configuration steps and configuring the software, see the JUNOS Getting Started technical documentation.
The software can be configured in one of two ways: by creating a configuration for the router interactively, ...