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We use the layer three switches. We use it for routing, separating the VLANs, and for inter-VLAN routing. Also, we use the product's firewall filters.
I'm a manager and we're a user and customer of Juniper. The primary use case is for our network connectivity, for our wireless access. We use it as a POP port and through the radio-network connectivity, it's used for all purposes, like wireless data and e-mails, whatever it is. We use it for video conferencing, basic network switching, really for all purposes. We have about 100 staff using the solution and at any one time, there are around 700 to 800 network divisors connected to the network.
We are a system integrator and this is one of the solutions that we provide for our clients. This is not a solution that we have implemented in our office.
We provide network solutions to our clients and Juniper Ethernet Switches are one of the devices that we install and configure for them. We are certified by Juniper to work with these switches. This solution makes up part of the physical network. We had one big project where we had to deploy Juniper switches with a firewall.
We primarily use the solution for our data center.
We use this solution for our network in an on-premises deployment. We also provide this solution to some of our customers. We have twenty-one switches that control our data center, MPLS, and access points.
We are using multiple EX4200 Virtual Chassis Stacks in an on-premises deployment. The way we have it configured is that it is our core switch model that holds up our entire infrastructure.
We are using this solution for traffic aggregation. We connect multiple services to virtual infrastructure, connecting customers and aggregating traffic to the core. We have an on-premises deployment.
The primary use case of this solution is for the internal network, covering our entire office. The deployment model we are using is on-premises.
We currently use Juniper for all of our switching/routing infrastructure. Core, aggregate, and access layers are all made up of Juniper components. We also procured and use Junos Space as well as Network Director.