In this course, you'll learn how to prepare, configure and optimize a special routing tool that's particular to Junos: protocol independent routing tunnels. This course teaches you how to manage static, aggregate and generated routes. Those are advanced tricks of the network engineering trade – learn them with this course.
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Juniper Protocol Independent Routing Tunnels FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
Experienced network engineers are the target audience for this Juniper protocol independent routing tunnels course. This training is advanced and although junior network administrators would benefit from knowing how to use protocol independent routing tunnels, the concepts and commands taught on this course are better suited for experienced administrators.
No, this course wasn't designed with any particular Juniper certification in mind, although many Juniper certs have sections on their exams that require an understanding of protocol independent routing tunnels. Generally, Juniper begins introducing various protocol-independent components at the specialist level – with certifications like the Enterprise Routing and Switching, Specialist.
If the material on this course about protocol independent routing tunnels is useful for your job, you should seriously consider pursuing the JNCIS-ENT from Juniper. If you're not ready for that particular cert just yet, the JNCIA-Junos comes before it, but doesn't have as much focus on protocol-independent routing.
You should take this training in protocol independent routing tunnels because when you combine protocol-independent properties with the right routing policies, you can achieve faster, higher throughput network traffic that doesn't sacrifice speed or efficiency. Take this course and master static, aggregate and generated routes on your Juniper devices.
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