This course covers all the intermediate knowledge and skills that are necessary to administer or plan an enterprise network that runs on Juniper technology. That means it covers advanced use cases of protocols like STP, RSTP, IS-IS and concepts like Layer 2 security or protocol independent routing and tunnels.
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14 HOURS OF TRAINING
0 VIRTUAL LABS
0 PRACTICE EXAMS
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Juniper Enterprise Networking FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
This course isn't recommended for brand new networking professionals. Network administrators with a few years of experience or professionals who want to earn a promotion to network engineer should be thinking about this course. Additionally, any networking professional who suddenly has to work with Juniper should consider this course.
No, this course used to prepare learners for a Juniper certification that has been retired. So although you won't be able to take the exam, the material of the course remains valid, plus it's laid out in a way that lends itself to the skills a network administrator needs.
A Juniper certification will be your best bet after taking this course, the question is where in your career you are. The JNCIA-Junos is Juniper's entry-level certification and the JNCIS-ENT is the enterprise routing certification. Both will be easier after this course, but additional prep work will be necessary.
You should take this training because comfort with Juniper enterprise networks is rare. If you know you have to configure an advanced, specialized protocol on a Juniper network or need to maintain Juniper technology for the first time in your career, this course can help you prepare.