This course covers link aggregation in Junos. Link aggregation means tying two switches together for increased bandwidth and speed. This training shows you how to configure link aggregation on Juniper network devices. Don't just learn how to set up link aggregation, but understand everything else that goes with it.
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Juniper Link Aggregation Training FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
Link aggregation is a pretty advanced topic, and this course is considered intermediate level. That means this course covers a large portion of an experienced network administrator's toolkit. Providing high availability to a network has a lot of moving pieces, and this course covers all of them.
This course on link aggregation on Juniper network devices isn't meant to prepare learners for just one specific certification. Instead, it's written to complement a number of different certifying exams. It's great learning material for anyone learning to configure high availability on a Juniper network, specifically link aggregation and LAGs.
Knowing how to configure link aggregation on Juniper network devices is a part of many different certifications – like JNCIA-DC or JNCIS-ENT. Just like actually doing link aggregation configuration is a part of many different network jobs, there are a number of Juniper certifications you might pursue after this course.
When link aggregation is properly implemented on your Juniper network, you form a single link layer interface for more than one switch – that leads to huge advances in speed and throughput. If you want to know how to design a faster, more reliable network, you should take this training.