Prepare to operate Juniper based networks and pass the JNCIA-Junos exam. Gain the foundation required to work with the Junos operating system (OS) and to configure and route a Junos device-based network in this two-day course. You will also prepare to take the Juniper Networks Certified Internet Associate – Junos (JNCIA-Junos) certification exam. After a brief overview of the Junos device families, you’ll learn about the key architectural components of the software.
Through demonstrations and hands-on labs, you will gain experience in configuring and monitoring the Junos OS and monitoring basic device operations. You will dive into routing and configuration, beginning with an overview of general routing concepts and covering routing policy and firewall filters and Class of Service (CoS). You’ll also get hands-on experience configuring and monitoring the Junos OS and monitoring basic device operations.
After you complete this course you will be able to:
- Describe the basic design architecture of the Junos OS
- Perform secondary configuration tasks for features and services such as system logging (syslog) and tracing, Network Time Protocol
- Identify and provide a brief overview of Junos devices. (NTP), configuration archival, and SNMP.
- Navigate within the Junos CLI. Monitor basic operation for the Junos OS and devices.
- Perform tasks within the CLI operational and configuration Modes
- Identify and use network utilities.
- Upgrade the Junos OS.
- Restore a Junos device to its factory-default state.
- Perform file system maintenance and password recovery on a Junos
- Perform initial configuration tasks. device.
- Configure and monitor network interfaces.
- Navigate within the Junos J-Web interface.
- Explain basic routing operations and concepts.
- View and describe routing and forwarding tables.
- Configure and monitor static routing.
- Configure and monitor OSPF.
- Describe the framework for routing policy and firewall filters.
- Explain the evaluation of routing policy and firewall filters.
- Identify instances where you might use routing policy.
- Write and apply a routing policy.
- Identify instances where you might use firewall filters.
- Write and apply a firewall filter.
- Describe the operation and configuration for unicast reverse path forwarding (RPF).
- Explain the purpose and benefits of CoS.
- List and explain the various components of CoS.
- Implement and verify proper operation of CoS.
Junos Operating System Fundamentals
- The Junos OS
- Traffic Processing
- Platforms Running the Junos OS
User Interface Options
- User Interface Options
- The Junos CLI: CLI Basics
- The Junos CLI: Operational Mode
- The Junos CLI: Configuration Mode
- Lab: The Junos CLI
- Factory-Default Configuration
- Initial Configuration
- Interface Configuration
- Lab: Initial System Configuration
Secondary System Configuration
- User Configuration and Authentication
- System Logging and Tracing
- Network Time Protocol
- Archiving Configurations
- Lab: Secondary System Configuration
Operational Monitoring and Maintenance
- Monitoring Platform and Interface Operation
- Network Utilities
- Maintaining the Junos OS
- Password Recovery
- Lab: Operational Monitoring and Maintenance
- Routing Concepts: Overview of Routing
- Routing Concepts: The Routing Table
- Routing Concepts: Routing Instances
- Static Routing
- Dynamic Routing
- Lab: Routing Fundamentals
Routing Policy and Firewall Filters
- Routing Policy Overview
- Case Study: Routing Policy
- Lab: Routing Policy
- Firewall Filters Overview
- Case Study: Firewall Filters
- Unicast Reverse-Path-Forwarding Checks
- Lab: Firewall Filters
Class of Service
- CoS Overview
- Traffic Classification
- Traffic Queuing
- Traffic Scheduling
- Case Study: CoS
- Lab: Class of Service
- Individuals responsible for configuring and monitoring devices running the Junos OS
- Students should have basic networking knowledge and an understanding of the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) reference model and the TCP/IP protocol suite.