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Configuring Juniper NetScreen & SSG Firewalls
r3lody writes "Configuring Juniper Networks NetScreen & SSG Firewalls (CJNNSF), written and edited by Rob Cameron of Juniper, is an ambitious attempt to provide a comprehensive approach to configuring Juniper’s flagship line of firewall appliances. Unfortunately there are a large number of errors in the presentation that distract and detract from its mission. CJNNSF is Rob Cameron’s second book. Helping him are six contributing writers: Matthew Albers and Mike Swarm of Juniper, and security consultants Ralph Bonnell, Mohan Krishnamurthy Madwacher, Brad Woodberg, and Neil R. Wyler. Collectively they have produced a book with a lot of in-depth information that will prove extremely useful to anyone working with Juniper devices. It suffers from an apparent lack of proper editorial oversight. Numerous examples exist of inconsistent styles, bad grammar, notes to other authors that were inadvertently left in, etc. Nonetheless, the actual content still makes this book worthwhile." Read below for the rest of Ray's review.
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