-> Describe ospf implementation in Juniper Routers
-> Describe Area0 and 'B' bit and ABR description
-> Explain Virtual-Links and how they are implemented
-> Explain various BITS in OSPF Header
-> Explain OSPF Authentication
-> Explain OSPF Path Selection process
-> Explain STUB,T-STUB and NSSA Areas
-> Explain OSPF Summarisation
-> Explain Overload bit in OSPF
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 enrol 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 on a single VMX Instance of Junos which consume a 2GB ram and 2vcpu
I hope you enjoy this course as much as I did developing it.
Network Engineer By Profession and by Life ;)
I have worked as a TAC engineer and worked as an Implementation Engineer where in I deployed large service provider networks and hold a active JNCIE-SP and CCIE-SP. Implementing virtual and cloud based Networks are current being pursed by me.
Current Interest and Projects
-> Deploying cloud based solution using AWS and Azure
-> Advance Bash Scripting
-> Developing GUI applications with Python
-> Developing an Automation Framework for Advanced Network Implementations.