Packet Mode and Selective Packet Services

Packet mode enables a SRX firewall to act strictly as a router, forwarding packets from a source to a destination without tracking sessions. This is useful for an engineer in certain situations such as high throughput applications that do not need full firewall functionality, or asymmetric traffic flows. We can also enable this mode on interesting traffic which is called Selective Packet Services. More details on Selective Packet Services is available on the following PDF as well as the rest of this post.

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Studying for JNCIE-SEC Exam

Many people have now asked me for advice on how to pass the JNCIE-SEC Exam, which is a great thing as it seems many people are working towards achieving the next level in their certification journey. This post will cover:

  • Exam Objectives
  • Studying Materials
  • Additional Advice

In later posts I will discuss specific methods/techniques from those objectives.

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