New Training: MPLS: Deploy LDP and RSVP on Junos
In this 11-video skill, CBT Nuggets trainer Knox Hutchinson digs into how to engineer MPLS networks on Junos devices. Watch this new Juniper training.
Watch the full course: Service Provider Routing and Switching Specialist
This training includes:
- 11 videos
- 1.3 hours of training
You’ll learn these topics in this skill:
- Introducing Label Signaling Protocols
- LDP Foundations
- Deploying LDP
- Validating LDP
- RSVP Path Construction
- Explicit Route Objects (ERO)
- Deploying RSVP
- Exploring Bandwidth Reservation and EROs
- Validating RSVP
- Other Powerful RSVP Mechanisms
- Summarizing Label Signaling Paths
How Can the Juniper Ecosystem Lend to Easy Networking?
For years, the traditional IT environment was built up with various network-connected devices such as routers, switches, and firewalls that were oftentimes produced by different vendors, designed with different hardware architectures, and powered by different operating systems. Although this was the long-accepted model, network administrators often ran into challenges when attempting to configure and maintain these fragmented, multi-operating system environments.
The Juniper Ecosystem built on the Junos operating system has reimagined this traditional model by creating a holistic end-to-end Juniper network architecture, all running on the Junos operating system. Juniper effectively removes a lot of the complexity and challenges organizations faced when attempting to maintain and build these non-unified environments by running Juniper-specific network routers, switches, firewalls, and other network-connected devices.
Admins can now streamline processes and depend on single-source code to stand up and maintain complex growing IT networks, effectively rethinking how the traditional IT network infrastructure is designed.