Part 1E Tunnelling and Service Provider Switching
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Part 1E Tunnelling and Service Provider Switching

Tunnelling and SP Switching
4.6 (8 ratings)
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71 students enrolled
Created by Rakesh M
Last updated 6/2018
English
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This course includes
  • 2.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • After finishing this course, engineers would be comfortable to implement various tunnelling and MC-lag / Bridge Domains
Requirements
  • Basic Junos and Vmx Router Instance
Description

Agenda of the course 


-> Learn about Tunnelling Protocols - GRE and IPIP

-> Implement Tunnelling 

-> Implement LT Interfaces 

-> Implement Bridge Domains 

-> Implement VRRP in Bridge Domains 

-> Implement Vlan Translations 

-> Implement QinQ

-> Implement MC-Lag 


This is purely done keeping one thing in mind as i have re-iterated earlier, the goal of this course is to make it as practical as possible along with exploring the user-friendly options where students who enroll for this course can take a better advantage by setting up their own systems without worrying about hardware. I have also made sure that this entire course can run in VMX Instances of Junos. All the Labs and configuration / Slideware are uploaded in Github for your references.

I hope you enjoy this course as much as I did developing it.

What are the requirements?

  • Basic knowledge of Junos

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Implementing Tunnelling and MC-LAG on Juniper Routers

What is the target audience?

  • Network Engineers

What level student is this for?

  • Basic Knowledge of Junos and Juniper operating system is beneficial

What level skill is the course?

  • Beginner to Intermediate Level of knowledge would suffice to take this course

What type of course within a given field is it?

  • Network Engineers and anyone Interested in Network Engineering can take up this course 

What will the student be able to do or understand after taking this course?

  • Implementation and Troubleshooting Tunnelling and MC-LAG at Service Provider Grade with all the fundamentals in place.




Who this course is for:
  • Network Engineers Preparing for Jncis and any Juniper Networks Certification and General Education
Course content
Expand 13 lectures 02:22:25
+ Introduction
13 lectures 02:22:25
GRE Tunnelling
09:49
GRE Lab
11:09
GRE_OSPF
11:13
IPIP Tunnelling
06:28
Questions
4 questions
LT
1 question
Bridge Domain
09:31
Bridge Domains
3 questions
VLAN Translations
06:41
QinQ
3 questions
QinQ Implementation
15:39
MC Lag
17:36
MC Lag Lab
18:42
MCLAG
3 questions