New Training: Configuring Junos Devices
In this 37-video, entry-level training, CBT Nuggets trainer Knox Hutchinson covers the knowledge network administrators need to identify and manage the main elements for configuring components of Junos devices across a network.
Knowing how to configure Junos devices is a fundamental skill for working with a Juniper network, and this Configuring Junos Devices training prepares you with not just the theory and knowledge, but also tests your actual abilities.
Organizations or companies running networks powered by the Junos operating system need someone who knows more than how to unbox the devices and turn them on. Many of the out-of-the-box configurations work fine, but making the most of the network requires custom work. With this training, you’ll learn specific configuration options for certain devices, but most importantly you’ll learn the broad, network-wide configuration basics that allow you to control and access the network with fine-tuned tools.
The four-part series covers topics such as recognizing the factory-default states and initial configurations of Junos devices, setting up user accounts and login classes, and choosing and configuring user authentication methods.
Watch a video from the series:
The skills that comprise this series include:
Topics this training covers include:
Extensive Show Interfaces Output
Introducing Junos Interfaces
Other commit mechanisms
Interface Configuration and Naming Conventions
Summarizing Junos Maintenance
This training includes:
3 hour of training