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In this intermediate networking skills training, Anthony Sequeira prepares learners to use and troubleshoot Juniper technologies, including Juniper enterprise routing and switching platforms.
Juniper networks offer an alternative to Cisco products that’s very popular among service providers. Whether you’ve worked on a Juniper network for a while or you’re just getting started, this Juniper training will cover the intermediate to advanced knowledge you’ll need on the job. While this Juniper training no longer maps to a certification exam, it’s still a valuable resource for network engineers looking to advance.
Network engineers who complete this network infrastructure course will be better prepared to step in to managing and troubleshooting their network and advance to more senior engineer and architect positions.
Once you're done with this networking skills training, you'll know how to configure, monitor and troubleshoot Layer 2 security features, and configure, monitor, and troubleshoot STP, RSTP, IS-IS, OSPF, BGP, and high availability components on Juniper equipment. Begin your Juniper certification journey today with Layer 2, Layer 2 Security, OSPF, IS-IS, BGP, Protocol Independent Routing - Tunnels, and High Availability.
For anyone who manages their networking training, this networking training can be used for partial 200-301 CCNA exam prep, onboarding new network engineers, individual or team training plans, or as a networking reference resource.
Juniper Enterprise Networking: What You Need to Know
This CCNA Routing and Switching training covers topics on the 200-301 CCNA enterprise routing and switching exam, including:
- Mastering Juniper enterprise networking from Layer 2 security through IS-IS, OSPF, BGP and protocol-independent routing tunnels
- Handling Layer 2 security features like DHCP snooping, Storm Control, Junosphere Cloud Lab and more
- Managing Juniper enterprise switching platforms
- Using IS-IS areas, PDUs, adjacencies, and metrics
- Choosing and maintaining DR and BDR in OSPF
- Configuring and monitoring BGP
- Optimizing protocol-independent routing instances, groups, and load balancers
Who Should Take Juniper Enterprise Networking Training?
This Juniper Enterprise Networking training is based on engineer-level networking training, which means it was designed primarily for network engineers.
Experienced network administrators. Making the jump from administration to engineering is a big accomplishment. It means that you’ve moved past networking fundamentals, and taken a deep dive into the guts of your network. That’s exactly what this Juniper networking training offers. It’s a broad, but also very deep, look at the protocols that make your network work.