You'll learn everything you can expect to find on the Juniper JNCIS-ENT certifying exam from this course – all the skills and knowledge necessary to execute intermediate routing and enterprise switching on a Juniper network. You'll gain deep familiarity with VLANs, Spanning Tree protocol, Layer 2 security, Protocol-Independent Routing, OSPF, IS-IS, BGP, Tunnels, and High Availability.
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Juniper JNCIS-ENT: Enterprise Routing and Switching Specialist (JN0-349) FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
Experienced network professionals looking to advance their career with an industry certification are the prime audience for this enterprise routing and switching course. Brand new network administrators can use this course to position themselves for long-term excellence, and even highly experienced network engineers who are new to Juniper should consider this course.
Yes, this course is associated with the JNCIS-ENT certification from Juniper. The Juniper Enterprise Routing and Switching Specialist (JNCIS-ENT) cert is the second in their family of enterprise routing and switching family of certifications, of which there are four. Earning JNCIS-ENT requires passing the exam this course is modeled off of: JN0-349.
If you already have the prerequisite certification from Juniper, the JNCIA-Junos, then you should plan to move straight on to the JNCIS-ENT after finishing this course. You'll be prepared for the certifying exam, JN0-349, after this training and with the prerequisite out of the way, the JNCIS-ENT is easily within reach.
This course isn't just exam prep – it's one of the best resources you're going to find for understanding how Juniper networks interact with advanced switching and routing protocols and techniques like VLANs, IS-IS and IP tunneling. Even if you don't plan on earning JNCIS-ENT, you'll be a much better Juniper network engineer after this training.