In this intermediate Juniper Enterprise Network training, Anthony Sequeira prepares network engineers to take the JN0-343 exam, which is the one exam required to earn the JNCIS-ENT certification.
The JNCIS-ENT exam covers a lot of ground. You’ll already need to know the specifics of Juniper software and hardware, but you’ll also need to know underlying networking principles. Like other professional-level networking certifications, the JN0-343 curriculum advances past networking basics into advanced topics like BGP, IS-IS, OSPF, Layer 2 applications, and other technologies you’ll see in large, complex networks.
Juniper makes high-end routing and switching software for service providers, and this JNCIS-ENT training makes sure you know how to use it. After finishing this Juniper training, you'll be prepped for the JN0-343 exam - and be ready to potentially step into more senior technical roles like Juniper network architect.
For IT managers, this JNCIS-ENT training can be used for JNCIS-ENT (JN0-343) exam prep, on-boarding new network engineers, or part of a team training plan.
Note: The exam associated with this course was retired. However, this course still retains value as a training resource.
For any network engineer using this training for exam preparation, our JNCIS-ENT course maps to the Juniper JN0-343 exams objectives, and covers topics such as:
This Enterprise Network training is considered specialist-level Juniper training, the second tier of Juniper certification. Juniper specialist-level training is designed for network engineers, which means this JN0-343 course is designed for network engineers with three to five years of experience with Juniper hardware.
New or aspiring network administrators. IT professionals new to Juniper systems may find the topics in this JNCIS-ENT training a little advanced, but there’s never a bad time to start learning troubleshooting or Layer 2 switching. Even better, spend your time in the Juniper sandbox. Within this lab are a series of hands-on supplemental files designed to let you get your hands dirty on Juniper systems without worrying about breaking something. New (or aspiring) Juniper engineers will learn about the underlying concepts involved in Juniper networking products, functionality, operation, and maintenance.
Experienced Juniper engineers. If you’ve been working with Juniper network hardware for a while, then you’ve moved past the JUNOS and basic networking training already. This JNCIS-ENT covers more advanced OSPF, IS-IS, and Layer 2 topics. Designed for IT professionals with three to five years of experience in the field, JNCIS-ENT training can help engineers prepare and take the JN0-343 certification exam and work towards becoming a network architect.