Juniper doesn't have its own Open Shortest Path First protocol that's radically different from any other OSPF, but what you'll learn on this course is the ways in which Juniper equipment manages OSPF differently and how configuring the protocol for optimization on a Juniper network is unique.
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Juniper OSPF FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
Network engineers who work on Juniper-powered networks are probably the best candidates for this OSPF course. Networking professionals with only a few years of experience could find themselves out of their depth in this course, which covers advanced topics of using and configuring the OSPF protocol on Juniper networks.
No, this Juniper OSPF training isn't designed to prepare learners for any particular certification or exam. The strength of this relatively short course on how Juniper networks use OSPF is that it only focuses on real-world configurations and use cases of the protocol – there's no unnecessary prep or memorization.
The right certification depends on your experience level and specifics about your job, but if you are interested in a certification after this Juniper OSPF course, you should aim for a Juniper certification. The JNCIP-ENT exam requires knowledge of OSPF and this course will make its exam easier.
You should take this Juniper OSPF training if you administer Juniper networks – especially large or complex networks – so that you can be the person responsible for advanced administration tasks like summarizing and filtering routes, creating virtual links and configuring adjacencies. OSPF is powerful, but takes well-trained administrators to unlock.