Juniper JNCIA-Junos (JN0-102) Complete

Learn the basics of Juniper devices and Junos (OS) for this certification
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  • Lectures 55
  • Length 15 hours
  • Skill Level Beginner Level
  • Languages English
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Published 2/2016 English

Course Description

Learn the technologies and concepts of networking in this complete course and earn your Juniper certification.

Give your career a head start in large scale Service Providers and Enterprise or simply make yourself more knowledgeable.

Basics of Networking

Juniper Devices Architecture

JNUOS Fundamentals

Design your own networks and implement Routing Protocols

Management of Juniper Devices

If you happen to visit some of the major global Service Providers like BT, NTT, Optus or even Verizon you will be surprised to see the extent of Juniper devices deployed for their core services. Juniper is one of the leading Networking equipment provider with a large product portfolio ranging from small Enterprises to large Data Centers. JNCIA-Junos (JN0-102) is the fundamental certifications that Juniper offers to new learners that will help you in realizing the working of Juniper devices and their implementation.

This course has been designed for beginner level IT Engineers. It will take you through the physical installation of the Juniper devices to the basic configurations to make network topologies for real world scenarios. This course will ensure that you understand the dreaded concepts of subnetting. You will observe actual packets as they move through the wires and make those “dots connect”. While configuring the devices you will feel as if you are doing it yourself, its that close and personal. By following this course you will not only be able achieve your JNCIA-Junos certification but it will pave the foundation for your other Juniper certification as well like JNCIP and JNCIE.

What are the requirements?

  • You should have access to real Juniper Routers (SRX series, Low end) but if thats not possible then GNS3 would suffice. Its free to download from GNS3 website. You can also use Junos Olive Virtual Machine to help you practice the commands and technologies.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Understand and implement networking concepts and technologies. You will be able to configure basics of Juniper routers in the field.

What is the target audience?

  • This course is meant for aspiring network engineers with little or nill knowledge of computer networking. My aim is to teach you and make you a better networking professional, and help you in achieving your Juniper certification.

What you get with this course?

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30 day money back guarantee.

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Lifetime access.

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Desktop, iOS and Android.

Get rewarded.
Certificate of completion.

Curriculum

Section 1: Networking Fundamentals
Introduction
Preview
02:26
12:52

A quick look at these two mathematical systems for calculations and use in computer networking.

TCP / IP and OSI Communication Models
17:14
Data Flow through OSI Layers: Concepts
12:32
Common TCP Application Overview
20:56
Addresses at Layer2 & Layer3 of OSI Model
22:11
Discussion about Ethernet Networks
18:08
Connection Less and Connection Oriented Protocols
20:26
Collision Domain and Broadcast Domain
19:57
Optical Networks Fundamentals
04:43
Section 2: Internet Protocol version 4
IPv4 basics and ARP
19:34
IPv4 classes and need for Subnetting
17:35
Let's do Subnetting
18:52
Let's do Subnetting (Part-2)
14:03
Variable Length Subnet Masks
25:48
Section 3: Internet Protocol version 6
IPv6 Basics
16:33
IPv6 Address Formats
19:29
IPv6 Address Formats (Part-2)
18:20
Section 4: JUNOS OS Fundamentals
07:05

In this video we will learn about some of the mainstream Juniper devices for Routing and Switching being used in the industry.

04:29

We take a look at the formulation of JUNOS and why it is so effective.

12:18

Learn about what makes Juniper devices the exclusive vendor in core of the networks.

Section 5: JUNOS User Interfaces
18:38

You can make your own lab on your PC using this video lecture.

20:12

Introduction to basic CLI modes in JUNOS.

Overview of JUNOS CLI (Part-2)
20:51
23:18

We will discuss and learn about configuration files handling in a Juniper Router.

Section 6: JUNOS Configuration Basics
JUNOS Basic Configuration
20:12
Juniper Interfaces Overview and Rescue Configuration
20:04
Creating User Accounts and Classes
17:25
Configure Syslog For Juniper
17:25
Configure Syslog For Juniper (Part-2)
13:27
TACACS and RADIUS Discussion and Concepts
Preview
11:23
Configure Juniper With RADIUS
25:37
Section 7: JUNOS Operational Monitoring and Maintenance
Important Show and Monitoring Commands
12:17
Tracing or Debugging Concepts & Configuration
16:13
Let's configure Network Time Protocol (NTP)
13:45
SNMP Concepts and Configuration
18:18
JUNOS Software Management and Root Password Recovery
14:12
Section 8: Routing Fundamentals
18:14

We will see the packet forwarding techniques and Juniper Devices Routing Tables.

10:30

Continuation from previous lecture.

21:13

Learn about some of the Routing instances and their uses in Juniper devices.

15:31

LEarn about configuring static routes in Juniper devices.

24:02

Continuation from previous video.

12:01

Learn about the benefits of Dynamic Routing.

22:11

We will discuss some of the features of OSPF protocol.

17:23

Very simple and straight forward OSPF configuration on Juniper router.

Section 9: Routing Policy and Firewall Filters
16:46

Learn about why do we need to have routing policies

18:17

In this lecture we will configure Routing Policy on Juniper devices for OSPF and RIP protocols.

12:01

This is a continuation from previous lecture.

19:31

We will see some of the characteristics of firewalls in Juniper appliances

20:17

You will learn how to configure firewall features on Juniper routers.

13:06

We will discuss some important aspects of RPF (Reverse Path Forwarding) checks.

Section 10: BONUS: Juniper Class of Service ( CoS)
Class of Service: Some Concepts
18:14
Configuring Cos (Part-1)
16:17
Configuring Cos (Part-2)
09:00
Section 11: Conclusion
Final Thoughts and Exam Tips
11:03

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Instructor Biography

Ahmad Nadeem, Independent Network & Telecom Consultant

Mr. Ahmad Nadeem has a Bachelors in Telecom Engineering and a Masters in Engineering Management. He has been working in multiple roles focusing on different technologies in both private and public sector for over 14 years now. In his early years of professional life, he developed aptitude towards IP based networks and gradually that became as his core field. He likes to work on latest technologies including virtualization and cloud computing. He is also an ardent supporter of Opensource systems and likes to implement technology based on Opensource platforms. When he is not busy doing tech stuff, he likes to cook and just spend time with his family and friends.

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