Download Juniper JunOS Olive Image For GNS3

Here is another great GNS3 tutorial for you. We are going to explain how to download Juniper JunOS Olive image for GNS3 and how to use Juniper JunOS Olive image to perform the Juniper Router-based step by step lab exercises. Juniper is the second most popular Internetworking Operating System (IOS) platform after Cisco. In nowadays, it is getting more and more popularity. So, it is essential to keep yourself up-to-date with the Juniper platform.

In our previous posts, we have already listed a lot of links that you can use to download GNS3 IOS Images for Cisco Routers and Switches. But, here, we will focus on Juniper platform. If you are looking for Cisco GNS3 IOS Images, visit the following link.

Download Juniper JunOS Olive Image for GNS3

In order to download Juniper JunOS Olive 12.1R1.9 image for GNS3, click the following link and complete the downloading process.

Download Juniper JunOS Olive Image for GNS3 (VirtualBox platform)

This image is based on VirtualBox platform. However, you can also convert it to make it compatible with the VMware platform.

Note: The above-mentioned Juniper JunOS Olive Image is only for the learning and practice purposes. It is not recommended to use for the commercial purposes. Refer the Vendor’s official legal terms and conditions for more information.

Once you have downloaded the Juniper JunOS Olive image, now it’s time to add this image to GNS3. For this, you visit the following link that will guide you how to add and use Juniper Router in GNS3.

How to add and use Juniper Router in GNS3

Further, if you are new to Juniper, VirtualBox, and GNS3 platforms, the following links are highly recommended for you.

  1. GNS3 Step by Step Tutorials
  2. VirtualBox Step by Step Tutorials
  3. Juniper Router Configuration Step by Step Tutorials

In this article, we have explained how to download Juniper JunOS Olive 12.1R1.9 Image for GNS3 and how to use it to perform Juniper router configuration. Hope, you would share it with others too.

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