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Moving from Juniper SRX-240 to Cisco ??

Moving from Juniper SRX-240 to Cisco ??

Moving from Juniper SRX-240 to Cisco ??

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We have had a Juniper SRX240 in our small 16 user network for 10 years and had it fail recently. Replaced it with a backup SRX240 but the existing backup config wouldn't restore - same FW-SW versions etc.

The tech we used wasn't very knowledgeable with the Juniper SRX series and couldn't add our main Spectrum Internet static IPs and get it running. He was only able to add our backup DSL internet which wasn't static and worked right away.

I can't find a good tech to add the Spectrum internet to it and get it working properly.

I'm considering scrapping it and going to a low cost comparable 16 port Cisco Gig gateway.

Any ideas or does anyone know a good Juniper SRX tech?

Thanks!

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