1st up the fortiOS paging is set from the config sys console setting and is not per-user-session. Junos allows for you to turn the paging on per-user-session and not globally.
2nd, system junos is really unix ( bsd ) & we actually have a history cmd option so we can quickly find and repeat previous commands
3rd, the kron scheduler is also native unix. So execution of a task(s) and or function can be completed with ease and at a schedule date in the future.
4th, if have you have to delete numerous firewall.address.objects in fortiOS? Will if your objects are similar, you could do a wildcard delete
5th, show commit detail before you commit. Commits in junos are like IOS-XR, you can actually review all commit-changes & before committal
6th, you can display the cli configuration in various outputs that are formatted better or for parsers
examples json xml set
show configuration | display xml
show configuration | display set
show configuration | display json
7th, you can string match multi-expressions
kfelix@srxappliance> show system services dhcp pool 10.0.0.0/23 detail | grep Add | grep ssign
Addresses assigned 49/482
next, you can use the interface-ranges if you need cover a range of interfaces. This is great if you need to mass-blast configurations to range of interfaces or look at a range of interface
I still think the fortigate is one of the best firewall on the market btw. The cli cmd options are slightly less intuitive imho.
NSE ( network security expert) and Route/Switching Engineer
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