Juniper IP Fabric EVPN-VXLAN
What you'll learn
- Keep up with the new technologies that are changing every day
- Learn how EVPN VXLAN works
- Learn how to configure EVPN VXLAN
- Learn different implementations of EVPN VXLAN
- Advanced Networking Knowledge including MP-BGP, BGP RR, OSPF, ISIS
Hello and welcome to the exciting world of EVPN VXLAN! We are thrilled that you have chosen to embark on this course, as it offers a unique opportunity to enhance your networking skills by delving into one of the latest technologies.
EVPN VXLAN is rapidly gaining traction, making it advantageous for you to stay ahead of the competition and include this technology in your professional repertoire. By enrolling in this course, you can gain a competitive edge and broaden your knowledge base.
To fully benefit from this course, it is recommended that you possess a solid understanding of the following technologies:
Throughout this comprehensive training, we will delve into the intricacies of VXLAN and EVPN. We will begin with a gradual introduction to each protocol, ensuring that you grasp the fundamental concepts. While the scope of this topic is expansive, our primary objective is to simplify the information, making it more accessible and comprehensible. Moreover, we will explore some advanced techniques that can facilitate your journey through EVPN.
We sincerely hope that you thoroughly enjoy this course and find it valuable in expanding your skill set. May you be empowered with the knowledge and prowess to conquer the challenges that lie ahead in the world of EVPN VXLAN.
Who this course is for:
- Network engineer who want to prepare for upcoming inevitable changes in the DC networks
With 10 years experience in IT field, 5 years ago I started to get a big interest in Networking, the first vendor I worked for is Juniper and I fell in love with the simplicity of the CLI, Structure of the OS and overall feel of the Configuration and Troubleshooting Experience.
Since then I got my JNCIA Certification, then JNCIS and JNCIP it was a long an interesting ride.
I have working experience in different companies which were using Juniper Products including Juniper, IBM, Telekom and Orange Services and also Freelancing Activities supporting customers in need, and gained enough knowledge to be able to share them with you, but there is always room for improvement, never stop the learning process!
I've noticed that the best way to learn something is actually by doing it, and theory without a good practice is a waste of time.
I've started to experiment with LABs in GNS3 and I've noticed that I am getting better after each of them.
With these LABs my hope is that you can learn and get better and land the job which you are aiming to.