JNCIS-SP Online Training
This intermediate Juniper JNCIS-SP training prepares learners to take the JN0-363 exam, which is the one required exam to earn the Juniper Networks Certified Specialist: Service Provider (JNCIS-SP) certification.
Taking fundamental knowledge of routing and switching implementations in Junos one step further, this Juniper Networks Certified Specialist: Service Provider is aimed at networking professionals who need more advanced tactics and approaches to configuring Juniper networks, particularly for service provider networks. The topics of this course include more advanced approaches to networking, like multiprotocol label switching, tunnels, spanning-tree protocols and Layer 2 bridging. The specialist certification JNCIS-SP is the first of Juniper’s three specialized certifications in service provider network administration.
For anyone who manages Juniper service provider networks training, this JNCIS-SP training can be used for JN0-363 exam prep, on-boarding new network administrators, or as part of a team training plan.
JNCIS-SP: What You Need to Know
This Juniper Networks Certified Specialist: Service Provider (JNCIS-SP) training maps to the JN0-363 Juniper service provider networks exam objectives, and covers topics such as:
- Mastering the operation of protocol independent routing components
- Routing and managing traffic via open shortest path first (OSPF)
- Managing levels, interfaces, adjacencies and more in intermediate system to intermediate system (IS-IS)
- Handling Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) operation: routes, paths, and message types
- Configuring Layer 2 bridging and VLANs
- Using spanning-tree protocols
- Controlling packet flow and forwarding with multiprotocol label switching (MPLS)
- Tunneling and configuring in IPv6
- Maintaining high availability
Who Should Take JNCIS-SP Training?
This JNCIS-SP training is considered specialist-level Juniper training, which means it was designed for network administrators. This Juniper service provider networks skills course is designed for network administrators with three to five years of experience with network infrastructure.
New or aspiring network administrators. New network administrators have a lot of different paths their career can go, and it can be hard to see where some of those paths end up while standing at the start. If you’ve found the core skills involved with managing routing and switching networks interesting, this training can illustrate what the path of emphasizing routing and switching at the service provider level looks like.
Experienced network administrators. Network administrators who have been working on Juniper networks for a few years have likely already run into implementations of protocol-independent routing, OSPF, IS-IS or BGP. But without training, the skills you need to manage those routing principles can be a bit overwhelming. With this training, you’ll have a well-rounded education in all the intermediate skills of routing and switching for service provider networks.