Juniper JNCIA IPv6 OSPFv3
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Juniper JNCIA IPv6 OSPFv3

Juniper JNCIA IPv6 OSPFv3 Taught Efficient, Quick, Painless, & Easy To Understand - Unlike The Other Guys
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Created by Sam Fitzgerald
Last updated 8/2018
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  • COURSE FULLY UPDATED AS OF 6/4/2019
  • 3+ hours of training, 20+ video lectures, all of them packed with crucial need-to-know info!
  • Access to our FREE course updates
  • All info is up-to-date and easy to follow
  • Learn from a network expert of 20+ years!
  • Learn about Real world knowledge and experience that can't be found anywhere else.
  • Quickly acquire book knowledge with out the fluff!
  • Discover the secrets to deploying a fast converging and secure IPv6 OSPF network
  • Professionally edited videos videos with clear audio to make student enjoyment the best it can be
  • Learn how to deploy IPv6 OSPF on an enterprise or service provider network
  • Exclusive access to our unique "Video Cheat Sheets"!
  • And more!
Requirements
  • Basic Networking Knowledge
Description

Juniper JNCIA IPv6 OSPFv3

Course Fully Updated As Of 2/2/2019

Sam’s Courses have been taken over 30,000+ times by 20,000+ students all over the world. And now, he’s ready to help YOU!

If you’re the type of person that doesn’t like to waste time, learn at a quick yet easy pace, and follow along with state of the art “Prezi” guides and voice overs, then boy do we have the course for you! The average amount of lecture time for a course like this is 10 hours, but ours is 3. It’s not less information. It’s just exactly what you need to know.

Coming from the mind of an industry expert with 20+ years of experience, Sam masterfully breaks down every last detail in a quick, easy to understand way. His teaching style is light and quick, and I just can’t make myself bored” – Isaiah T. 5 Stars

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Who this course is for:
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  • Network Engineers wanting to learn the best practices in deploying IPv6 OSPF
Course content
Expand all 21 lectures 02:01:07
+ Basics
9 lectures 57:24
In this video cheat sheet, I will be configuring the router ID for OSPFv3. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show OSPF3 overview” to display general information about the default OSPFv3 routing instance. Then I am going to enable traceoptions, to see how things unfold as I configure the router ID. Finish with the same baseline command, “show OSPF3 overview” to see what changed.
Preview 06:34

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00:15
In this video cheat sheet, I will be enabling OSPFv3. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show OSPF3 overview” to display general information about the OSPF routing instance and “show OSPF neighbor” to check neighbors. Then I am going to enable traceoptions, to see how things unfold as I enable OSPFv3. Finish with the same baseline command, “show OSPF3 overview” and “show OSPF3 neighbor detail”, to see what changed.
Preview 06:23
In this video cheat sheet, I will be configuring OSPFv3 cost. I will start off with the baseline show command “show OSPF3 interface detail” and “show route” to display general information about OSPFv3 cost on the interfaces. Then I am going to enable a traceoptions, to see how things unfold as I configure OSPFv3 cost. Finish with the same baseline command, “show OSPF3 interface detail” and “show route” to see what changed.
Cost
07:39

In this video cheat sheet, I will be configuring OSPFv3 Reference Bandwidth. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show OSPF3 interface em0.0 detail” to display general information about OSPFv3 cost on the interface. Then I am going to enable traceoptions, to see how things unfold as I configure the OSPFv3 Reference Bandwidth. Finish with the same baseline command, “show OSPF3 interface em0.0 detail” to see what changed.

Reference Bandwidth
05:42
In this video cheat sheet, I will be configuring OSPFv3 Timers. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show OSPF3 interface em1.0 detail” to display general information about OSPF3 timers. Then I am going to enable traceoptions, to see how things unfold as I configure OSPFv3 Timers. Finish with the same baseline command, “show OSPF3 interface detail” and “show OSPF3 neighbor” to see what changed.
Timers
08:46
In this video cheat sheet, I will be configuring OSPFv3 Network Type. I will start off with the baseline show commands, “show OSPF3 interface em1.0 detail” and “show OSPF3 neighbor detail” to display general information about OSPFv3 network type. Then I am going to enable a traceoptions, to see how things unfold as I configure the OSPFv3 network type. Finish with the baseline commands, “show OSPF3 interface em1.0 detail” and “show OSPF3 neighbor detail” to see what changes.
Network Type
06:56

In this video cheat sheet, I will be configuring OSPFv3 interface authentication. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show OSPF3 interface em1.0 detail” to display general information about OSPFv3 interfaces. Then I am going to enable a traceoptions command, to see how things unfold as I configure OSPFv3 interface authentication. Finish with the same baseline command, “show OSPF3 interface em1.0 detail” to see what changed.

IPsec Authentication - Interface
08:11
In this video cheat sheet, I will be configuring OSPFv3 Priority. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show OSPF3 interface detail” to display general information about the OSPFv3 routing instance. Then I am going to enable a traceoptions command, to see how things unfold as I configure the OSPFv3 Priority. Finish with the same baseline command, “show OSPF3 interface detail” to see what changed.
Priority
06:58
+ Stub Area
4 lectures 28:20
In this video cheat sheet, I will be configuring OSPFv3 Stub Area. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show route” to display general information about OSPFv3 prefixes. Then I am going to enable traceoptions commands,l to see how things unfold as I configure the OSPFv3 Stub Area. Finish with the same baseline command “show route” to see what changed.
Stub Area
07:49
In this video cheat sheet, I will be configuring OSPFv3 Totally Stub Area. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show route” to display general information about OSPFv3 prefixes. Then I am going to enable a traceoptions command, to see how things unfold as I configure the OSPFv3 Totally Stub Area. Finish with the same baseline command “show route” to see what changed.
Total Stub Area
07:00
In this video cheat sheet, I will be configuring OSPFv3 Not So Stubby Area. I will start off with the baseline show commands, “show route” and “show OSPF3 database” to display general information about OSPFv3 routing processes. Then I am going to enable traceoption commands, to see how things unfold as I configure the Not So Stubby Area. Finish with the same baseline commands “show route” and “show OSPF3 database” to see what changed.
NSSA
07:52
In this video cheat sheet, I will be configuring OSPFv3 NSSA Totally Stub. I will start off with the baseline show commands, “show route” and “show OSPF3 database” to display general information about OSPFv3 routing processes. Then I am going to enable a traceoptions command, to see how things unfold as I configure the OSPFv3 NSSA Totally Stub Area. Finish with the same baseline commands “show route” and “show OSPF3 database” to see what changed.
NSSA Totally Stub
05:39
+ Potpourri
6 lectures 29:17
In this video cheat sheet, I will be configuring OSPFv3 Route Redistribution. I will redistribute connected networks and a static route. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show route” to display general information about OSPFv3 networks. Then I am going to enable a traceoptions command of “set protocols OSPF3 traceoptions flag route” to see how things unfold as I configure OSPFv3 Route Redistribution. Finish with the same baseline command “show route” to see what changed.
Redistribute Route
07:45
In this video cheat sheet, I will be configuring OSPFv3 Virtual Link. I will start off with the baseline show command “show route” to display general information about OSPFv3 routing prefixes. Then I am going to enable traceoptions commands, to see how things unfold as I configure the OSPFv3 Virtual Link. Finish with the same baseline command “show route” to see what changed.
Virtual Link
06:18
In this video cheat sheet, I will be configuring OSPFv3 to Suppress Hello Packets. I will start off with the baseline show commands “show route 2001:67:67:67::” and “show OSPF3 neighbor” to display general information about OSPFv3 routing. Then I am going to enable a traceoptions command, to see how things unfold as I configure the OSPFv3 suppress Hello Packets. Finish with the same baseline commands “show route 2001:67:67:67::” and “show OSPF3 neighbor” to see what changed.
Suppress Hello Packets
06:14
In this video cheat sheet, I will be configuring OSPFv3 Default Route. I will start off with the baseline show command “show route ::/0 exact” to display information about the OSPFv3 default route. Then I am going to enable a traceoptions command, to see how things unfold as I configure the OSPFv3 Default Route. Finish with the same baseline command “show route ::/0 exact” to see what changed.
Default Route
04:55
In this video cheat sheet, I will be configuring OSPFv3 DNS Lookup. I will start off with the baseline show command “show OSPF3 neighbor | resolve” to display information about OSPFv3 neighbors names. Then I am going to enable DNS lookup and finish with the same baseline command “show OSPF3 neighbor | resolve” to see what changed.
DNS Lookup
03:46

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