CISNET’s partner-delivered Juniper Networks Certification Training
Juniper Certification Training
The Juniper Networks Certification Program (JNCP) consists of Junos based and platform specific, multi-tiered tracks, which enable you to demonstrate competence with Juniper's technology in the areas most pertinent to your job function and experience.
The JNCP features three tracks based on the Junos OS:
Service Provider Routing and Switching: This track is for those working with infrastructure or access solutions in a Juniper Networks routing and/or switching end-to-end environment primarily within the telecommunications arena or a Fortune 100 Enterprise environment.
Enterprise Routing and Switching: This track is for those working in small through large Enterprise environments that install and support Juniper Networks technology-based networks in which LAN and WAN routers and switches reside.
Junos Security: This track is directed toward those who design and implement Juniper Networks secure networks.
Non-Junos Certifications The JNCP features six non-Junos tracks based on specific Juniper Networks technologies. These tracks are aimed at professionals that make extensive use of these technologies and Firewall/VPN, SSL, Intrusion Detection and Prevention (IDP), WX Series, Unified Access Control (UAC).
Expert Level Juniper Networks Certified Internet Expert (JNCIE) The JNCIE certification provides you the opportunity to distinguish yourself among the elite of the networking world. The JNCIE is the highest level of certification in the Juniper Networks Certification Program and is a lab-based exam.
Professional Level Juniper Networks Certified Internet Professional (JNCIP) The JNCP validates your ability to configure and troubleshoot common networking scenarios. The exams are written and are a comprehensive validation of the candidate’s skills as they test on a broad range of theoretical and Junos topics. Passing the JNCIP exam is a requirement for attempting the JNCIE-level lab exam.
Specialist Level Juniper Networks Certified Internet Specialist (JNCIS) The JNCIS includes deeper product knowledge, as well as an understanding of Internet technologies and design principles considered to be common knowledge at the Specialist level. Passing the JNCIS written exam is a requirement for attempting the JNCIP-level exam.
Associate Level Juniper Networks Certified Internet Associate (JNCIA) The JNCIA verifies your basic understanding of Internet technology and related platform configuration and troubleshooting skills. For some tracks, passing the JNCIA exam is a requirement for attempting the JNCIS-level written exams. Consult each track for specific pre-requisite exam requirements.
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Who should Attend
Thouse who already in the networking industry.
Junos OS Fundamentals
Explain the Junos OS architecture
Describe the functions of the control and forwarding planes
User Interface Options
Describe the functions of the CLI modes
List options for getting help and filtering output
Explain options for moving around in the CLI
Explain the Junos batch configuration model
Modify and manage configuration files
Describe the J-Web user interface
Junos Configuration Basics
Describe initial configuration steps and system maintenance
Save and restore a rescue configuration
Describe network interfaces and their associated properties
Configure various types of interfaces
List and describe user authentication methods
Configure user accounts with default and custom login classes
Describe, configure and monitor syslog and tracing
Describe, configure and monitor configuration tasks, such as NTP, SNMP, and configuration archival
Operational Monitoring and Maintenance
Explain how to view relevant interface statistics and errors in the CLI
List ways of gathering state and health information for a Junos device
Explain the purpose and syntax for various network utilities such as ping, traceroute, telnet, ssh etc.
Identify the procedure for installing or upgrading Junos
Explain how to reset a lost root password
Define route preference and list some default route preferences
Explain how to view the contents of the routing tables
Explain how the routing and forwarding tables differ
Describe and configure static routing
List the advantages and applications of a dynamic routing protocol
Routing Policy and Firewall Filters
Define a term
Explain when import and export policies are evaluated in relation to the learning and advertising of prefixes
List several match criteria and actions for firewall filters and routing policy
Explain some common match criteria and
Identify the results of a route or packet with a given filter or policy
Configure a routing policy and firewall filters
Class of Service
Describe class of service
Convert decimal to binary and binary to decimal
Define the term broadcast domain and the purpose of a router
Describe Ethernet operation
Describe the purpose of the subnet mask
Compare and contrast connection oriented and connnectionless protocols
Explain how to segment large networks into smaller ones
Identify the longest match from a routing table for a given destination
The course is appropriate for the participants who have at least one year of networking experience who are ready to advance their skills and work independently on complex network solutions.