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Juniper is Awesome! This is what you will think once you understand what Junos Operating system has to offer.
The Entire Course is Split into several parts and this is part-1a of the course where we take a Deep Dive into fundamentals of Static-Routing, Aggregate Routing, Generated Route, Martian Routes ( Nothing to Do with Movie) and what Not.
I love teaching and I have a Passion towards it. I Have made it as hands on as possible instead of Slide shows showing outputs and then dealing everything about it.
Goal of this course is to make engineer as practical as possible and ease his/her way to implement/troubleshoot thing thinking at fundamental level.
This is the Part-1a of the Course. Course Covers the official Curriculum / Blue Print from Juniper Networks Certification Portal.
Identify the concepts, operation and functionality of various protocol-independent routing components
Network Engineers who has knowledge on Basic TCP/IP
Engineers who would like to see additional concepts and knobs at a specialist level certification of JNCIS-SP/ENT
All the Demonstrations are covered over a virtual platform
This is done to demonstrate the power of Junos now at a virtual level , thanks to VMX / VSRX and also give a push to someone who wants to learn Junos and still think that he needs hardware for the same
How Long would it take to complete this Course ?
This course should take no greater than 3 Hours to complete.
This includes in-depth analysis of all the concepts and different knobs that Junos has to offer.
Why Take this Course ?
- To get help in certification track of Famous Jncis-SP/ENT tracks
- To understand more about Juniper Networks
- To advance your configurational and troubleshooting expertise
-> Course-Summary and Intro
-> What is Part-1a of this course
-> Architectural view of Junos
-> Next-Hop categories
-> Static Routes
-> Static Routes at Global/Routing-Instance/logical-system Level
-> Next-Hop / Qualified Next-Hops
-> Aggregate Routes and their Implementations
-> Generated Route and their implementations
-> Martian Routes and Tweaking Martian-Route Space
Equipment and Lab Demonstrations
-> All the Labs are Build on VMware workstation12 using VSRX/CISCO IOL / VMX
-> Initial setups were build on VSRX and then the later labs were executed on VMX setup using Logical systems
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.
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|Section 1: Junos Architecture and Routing-Tables|
How the Entire JNCIS-SP Track is Split into ?
What is Part-1a ? What will be Covered ?Preview
Pre-requisites and Tools
Topology and Build Information for this Course
A Brief overview of Junos Architecture
A Look at Routing TablesPreview
|Section 2: Static Routing|
Static Routing and Understanding the Difference - Routing and Forwarding Tables
Lab1 - Configuring static Routes at Global Level
Lab 2 - Configuring Static Routes at Routing-Instance Level
Lab 3 - Configuring static Routes at Logical-System Level
Static Route Hierarchy
|Section 3: Static Routing - Next-Hop Types|
Next-Hop Vs Qualified Next-Hop
Lab 4 - Qualified Next-Hop Lab Scenario
Different Next-hop Types - Reject,Discard,Receive,Retain,Resolve
Lab 5 - Static Route with Reject Next-Hop
Lab 6- Static Route with Discard Next-hop
Lab 7 - Static Route with ResolvePreview
Lab 8 - Static Route with No-ReadvertisePreview
Changing the Preference - What is this Preference by the way ?
Lab 9 - Changing the preference
Next-Hop vs Qualified Next-Hop
|Section 4: Aggregate Routes|
What is Route-Aggregation ?
Lab 10 - Configuring Aggregate Route at Global Level
Lab 11 - Configuring Aggregate route at Routing-Instance LevelPreview
|Section 5: Generated Routes|
What are Generated Routes ?
Lab 12 - Configuring Generated Routes
|Section 6: Martian Routes|
What are Martian Routes ?
Lab 13 - Martian Routes - Configuring and Troubleshooting
|Section 7: A Final Recap ! Thank You|
Course-Summary for Part-1a
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