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When was Junos created?

Junos was created on 1998-07-07.


Where can someone go to find out info about what Junos is?

Junos is a high performance operating system which can handle switching, routing, and security. The webpage for Juniper Networks, the company that developed Junos, is a reliable resource for further information about Junos.


Who is junos husband?

Jupiter, I believe.


What is Junos real name?

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Who played the father of junos baby in the film juno?

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What is the process that controls the individual modules running on the Junos control plane?

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How many Juno awards did Celine Dion win?

She has won 21 Junos.


What is the scientific name or taxonomic classification of the Yuzu?

The scientific name would be Citrus junos.


Which female is the only Canadian to host the Junos and headline the Super Bowl?

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What female is the only Canadian to host the Junos and headline the Super Bowl halftime show?

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Which statement is true regarding the processing of transit traffic on platforms running the Junos os?

forwarding performed


What is Junos Pulse?

Junos Pulse is an integrated, multi-service network client that provides dynamic connectivity, security, and application acceleration through mobile or non-mobile devices, with a user experience that requires little or no user interaction. It is identity- and location-aware, and seamlessly migrates from one access method to another based on device location.


How far do space probes go to get to Jupiter?

FAR.it would probaly be in the googels it takes about 5-6 years.Acording to how long junos gonna travel.


A JunoS router has a packet filter configured under edit firewall family inet Which two statements accurately reflect the operation of this packet filter?

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How did the month June get it name?

The month June is named after the Roman goddess Juno (Greek goddess Hera). They believed it was the luckiest month for marriage, Juno being the goddess of marriage. This is because there are a lot of rainbows in the month of June and the goddess of rainbows was Iris, Junos messenger who was always with her.


How many awards has shania twain won?

Shania has won 187 awards in total. She has won 39 BMI Songwriter Awards, 26 Canadian Country Music Awards, 12 Junos, 9 Billboard Awards, 5 American Grammys, 5 American Music Awards, 4 ACMAs, and 2 CMAs.


Who were known as Junos swans and why?

Rosalind and Celia are cousins in the play 'As you like it' by William Shakespeare. They were referred to as Juno Swans because it was believed that swans mate [stay together] for a lifetime and Juno is the roman goddess of love. The two sisters loved each other deeply and chose to remain together in good times and bad.


Pictures of Daniel adair and his wife?

If you have a look on Daniel Adair website (www.daneil-adair.com) then go onto media, then into photos, then into the album random things in my life, you will find a picture of Daniel and his wife Brittany, on their wedding day, with the caption "best day of my life, Kaua'i" also their is a photo of the two of them in Scotland in the same album. If you also have a look in the All the right reasons tour album, you will find 2 pictures of Daniel and Brittany at the junos.


Are emo boys hot?

Everyone has their own opinion of "hot". In my opinion, Alex Evans http://images.google.com/images?q=Alex%20Evans&rls=com.microsoft:en-us:IE-SearchBox&oe=UTF-8&sourceid=ie7&rlz=1I7ADBF_en&um=1&ie=UTF-8&sa=N&hl=en&tab=wi is quite hot. Also, Josh Ramsay (who isn't really considered emo, but does have blue hair) Is EXTREMELY attractive. -> http://youcantrewind.deviantart.com/art/Junos-08-Josh-Ramsay-141479469 So hope that answers your question :)


What is the difference between a network operating system and a server operating system?

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Who is menalaeus?

That's a question I've been researching..."Mount Menalæus" is mentioned in The Hunchback of Notre-Dame when Gringore is describing Esmeralda- ("Verily" thought Gringore, "it is a salamander, a nymph, a goddess, a bacchanal of Mount Menalæus!", chapter three)And according to this website> http://www.authorstream.com/presentation/Veronica-49855-apple-Golden-Minervas-Offer-Junos-Venuss-Pariss-decision-Minerva-Juno-angry-Helen-as-Education-ppt-powerpoint/ , Menalaeus was the King of Sparta (it appears the presentation is about Greek/Roman Mythology)It looks like a more common spelling of his name is Menalaus; it is spelled this way in it's Wiki (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Menelaus), which also says he is the King of Sparta, and was a "...central figure in the Trojan War." Homer's Illiad details much of Menalaus's exploits during the war.


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