Juniper Basics
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Juniper Basics

Welcome to Juniper. Come learn how to setup a Juniper network from your own home
4.4 (33 ratings)
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Created by Kiel Martin
Last updated 2/2016
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  • 10.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Use Code 13579 for $15 price tag
  • Start Planning your Certification Path for juniper
  • Learn what the Juniper Fast Track Program
  • Grab the concepts of the Routing & Packet Engines
  • Identify types of interfaces
  • Configure basic connectivity
  • Realize the power of Zones
  • Access the devices via GUI
  • Apply policies and filtering
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Requirements
  • Network Fundamentals
  • OSI Model Basic
  • Routing Protocol Basic
  • TCP/IP Basics
  • IP Addressing Basics
  • Subnetting Basics
Description

First of all I want to state that this course is still in Progress. I will be adding on to this course beyond the RIP video. So hang in there.This is a course that starts off with some theory and then flows right in some fun. Configuring interfaces, setting up zones, filter routes, and setting up routing protocols. All of this is done on the Juniper command line. You are about to walk into a world which Juniper is no stranger to providing a powerful operating system that make their devices provide granular or simple tasks.

By the time you are finished with this course, you will have the skills to be comfortable on JUNOS. But this does not happen over night. It takes practice and you need to spend the time practicing. I have taken the time to provide you with a course that helps you get familiar with the command line.

I will be using real Juniper equipment with my lectures and there is a lots of time spent on the command line. That is correct, you will be seeing a lot of configurations. Lets face it, that is why you are here. You will learn how to configure IP addresses, set up zones, allow traffic into and between zones, static routing, routing protocols, route filtering, and so on.

You can take for granted that you will find this course relaxing and a joy to follow. There is some boring things in the beginning, but when we start configuring, it just keeps going and going. Juniper is usually a device that others start with after having experience with other networking vendors. So you will need the basic skills in Network Fundamentals, IP addressing, TCP/IP, OSI Model, and Basic Communicated between two host.

This is a course that is designed for one purpose....... To leave the course and gain the ability to configure a Juniper device. That is my goal and that is the mission of this course.

Who is the target audience?
  • This Juniper course is meant for anyone who wants to start learning how to configure Juniper devices.
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Curriculum For This Course
Expand All 40 Lectures Collapse All 40 Lectures 10:14:45
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Let Us Begin
8 Lectures 01:49:32

Understanding Juniper Certifications

Preview 12:03

Juniper Fast Track Certification Progam

Fast Track
06:09

Juniper Routing and Packet Engines

Routing and Packet Forwarding Engine
09:32

Juniper Interfaces and Daemons

Interfaces and Dameons
19:31

Juniper Boot Process and Packet Types

Boot Process and Packet Types
05:53

What to do after you get your Juniper device booted to a prompt

After Booting Part 1 of 3
18:47

What to do after you get your Juniper device booted to a prompt

After Booting Part 2 of 3
18:50

What to do after you get your Juniper device booted to a prompt

After Booting Part 3 of 3
18:47
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Getting into the nuts and Bolts
4 Lectures 56:45

Juniper Media Types, Slot Numbers, and Physical vs Logical

Interface Types and Properties
19:34

Juniper Media Types, Slot Numbers, and Physical vs Logical

Basic Communication Part 1 of 2
14:12

Juniper Media Types, Slot Numbers, and Physical vs Logical

Basic Communication Part 2 of 2
14:15

Juniper Zones

Zones
08:44
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Now the fun Begins
14 Lectures 03:39:05

Juniper Static Routing

Static Routes
09:37

Juniper GUI with epic Fail

GUI part 1 of 2
11:15

Juniper GUI with epic Fail

GUI Part 2 of 2
11:16

Juniper Policies

Preview 20:11

Get a Juniper SRX running with zero configuration on it

Zero Configuration Part 1 of 2
20:49

Get a Juniper SRX running with zero configuration on it

Zero Configuration Part 2 of 2
20:53

Configure RIP and filter routes on your Juniper device

RIP Part 1 of 2
19:37

Configure RIP and filter routes on your Juniper device

RIP Part 2 of 2
19:38

Juniper OSPF

OSPF Part 1 of 4
14:15

Juniper OSPF

OSPF Part 2 of 4
14:16

Juniper OSPF

OSPF Part 3 of 4
14:17

Juniper OSPF

OSPF Part 4 of 4
14:18

Web GUI Round 2 Part 1 of 2
14:19

Web GUI Round 2 Part 2 of 2
14:24
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Let's keep on digging
11 Lectures 02:49:55

Juniper NAT

NAT Basics Part 1 or 3
15:19

Juniper NAT

NAT Basics Part 2 or 3
15:24

Juniper NAT

NAT Basics Part 3 or 3
15:24

Juniper Static NAT

NAT Static Part 1 of 2
16:21

Juniper Static NAT

NAT Static Part 2 of 2
16:22

Juniper Source NAT

NAT Source Part 1 of 4
14:55

Juniper Source NAT

NAT Source Part 2 of 4
14:55

Juniper Source NAT

NAT Source Part 3 of 4
14:56

Juniper Source NAT

NAT Source Part 4 of 4
14:56

Juniper Destination NAT

NAT Destination Part 1 of 2
15:41

Juniper Destination NAT

NAT Destination Part 2 of 2
15:42
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Switching
3 Lectures 59:28
Switching Part 1
19:47

Switching Part 2
19:49

Switching Part 3
19:52
About the Instructor
Kiel Martin
4.4 Average rating
1,856 Reviews
33,325 Students
8 Courses
CCIE #54443

My name is Kiel Martin CCIE #54443. I have been teaching Cisco topics for a while now and I take great pride in getting others to use the equipment to get the answers that they are seeking. So I spend lots of time helping others to learn the basics and advanced topics of Routing and Switching. We spend lots of time behind the command line and using labs to provide us the answers that theory claims to exist. Come learn the concepts the right way.

When is comes to understanding what it takes to pass, I do not sugar coat it. I currently work as a Network Engineer in a Multi-Tier Large Enterprise environments. My teaching techniques are based on the concept of keeping it simple and straight to the point. You will notice a difference in my teaching immediately.

Certifications: CCNA, CCNP, CCIP, CCIE, JNCIA-Junos, JNCIS-ENT, Palo Alto ACE