New Training: Juniper Multicast
In this 17-video, advanced training, CBT Nuggets trainer Knox Hutchinson covers the knowledge network administrators need to recognize and configure multicast traffic in a Juniper network, making one-to-many transmissions much more efficient.
In the language of the internet, Internet Protocol (IP), there are three ways of addressing a packet so that every device in the world can recognize where it’s headed: unicast, broadcast and multicast. Of those three, multicast is the only way to address a packet to multiple recipients based on their interest in receiving it. Unicast is one-to-one, and broadcast disseminates regardless of the recipient’s interest in the transmission.
Multicast is applicable to network traffic that supports things like collaborative software, teleconferences, “push” data networks, VR sims and much more. With this Juniper Multicast training, you’ll know how to set-up multicast networks, configure their traffic and optimize the network.
The two-part series covers topics such as delivering one-to-many traffic flows in the most efficient manner possible, configuring multicast addresses based on the recipient’s need or interest, and optimizing collaborative groupware, teleconferencing, replication and more.
Watch a video from the series:
The skills that comprise this series include:
Topics this training covers include:
Deploy Bootstrap Router (BSR)
Unicast RPF Check
Deploy IGMP Snooping
Dense Mode (and Source Trees)
Source-Specific Multicast (SSM)
This training includes:
2 hour of training