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Price:15.00 USD | Size: 16.6 GB | Duration : 20+  Hours  | ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 4.9

BRAND: Expert TRAINING | ENGLISH | Bonus : Juniper Juno OS PDF Guides | INSTANT DOWNLOAD

 

Juniper JNCIS-SP Service Provider Routing and Switching Specialist JN0-363

 

This intermediate Juniper JNCIS-SP training prepares learners to take the JN0-363 exam, which is the one required exam to earn the Juniper Networks Certified Specialist: Service Provider (JNCIS-SP) certification.

Taking fundamental knowledge of routing and switching implementations in Junos one step further, this Juniper Networks Certified Specialist: Service Provider is aimed at networking professionals who need more advanced tactics and approaches to configuring Juniper networks, particularly for service provider networks. The topics of this course include more advanced approaches to networking, like multiprotocol label switching, tunnels, spanning-tree protocols and Layer 2 bridging. The specialist certification JNCIS-SP is the first of Juniper’s three specialized certifications in service provider network administration.

For anyone who manages Juniper service provider networks training, this JNCIS-SP training can be used for JN0-363 exam prep, on-boarding new network administrators, or as part of a team training plan.

JNCIS-SP: What You Need to Know

This Juniper Networks Certified Specialist: Service Provider (JNCIS-SP) training maps to the JN0-363 Juniper service provider networks exam objectives, and covers topics such as:

  • Mastering the operation of protocol independent routing components
  • Routing and managing traffic via open shortest path first (OSPF)
  • Managing levels, interfaces, adjacencies and more in intermediate system to intermediate system (IS-IS)
  • Handling Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) operation: routes, paths, and message types
  • Configuring Layer 2 bridging and VLANs
  • Using spanning-tree protocols
  • Controlling packet flow and forwarding with multiprotocol label switching (MPLS)
  • Tunneling and configuring in IPv6
  • Maintaining high availability

Who Should Take JNCIS-SP Training?

This JNCIS-SP training is considered specialist-level Juniper training, which means it was designed for network administrators. This Juniper service provider networks skills course is designed for network administrators with three to five years of experience with network infrastructure.

New or aspiring network administrators. New network administrators have a lot of different paths their career can go, and it can be hard to see where some of those paths end up while standing at the start. If you’ve found the core skills involved with managing routing and switching networks interesting, this training can illustrate what the path of emphasizing routing and switching at the service provider level looks like.

Experienced network administrators. Network administrators who have been working on Juniper networks for a few years have likely already run into implementations of protocol-independent routing, OSPF, IS-IS or BGP. But without training, the skills you need to manage those routing principles can be a bit overwhelming. With this training, you’ll have a well-rounded education in all the intermediate skills of routing and switching for service provider networks.

Skill:

Service Provider Bridging Concepts

1. Introducing Service Provider Bridging (aka 802.1ad, aka Q-in-Q)

1 min

2. The Problems with 802.1q

10 mins

3. How 802.1ad Solves SOME of Those Problems

8 mins

4. Frame Walk

7 mins

5. Key Terms for Provider Bridging

4 mins

6. The Challenge with Multiple Service Provider Bridging

6 mins

7. VLAN Translation Key Terms

4 mins

8. Virtual Private LAN Services (VPLS)

2 mins

9. Summarizing Service Provider Bridging Concepts

1 min

Skill:

Deploy Q-in-Q Provider Bridging

1. Introducing Q-in-Q Configuration on Junos

1 min

2. The Plan of Attack (Q-in-Q Design Considerations)

8 mins

3. Configure Bridge Domains (aka VLANs)

8 mins

4. Configure Customer Edge Devices

6 mins

5. Configure Provider Edge Bridges

3 mins

6. Configure S-VLAN Bridges

5 mins

7. Validate the Configuration

4 mins

8. Tunneling Certain C-VLANs in the Core

6 mins

9. Describe C-VLAN Normalization

10 mins

10. S-VLAN Translation

4 mins

11. Summarizing Q-in-Q Deployment

1 min

Skill:

Deploy LACP on Junos Devices

1. Introducing 802.3ad (or 802.1ax) on Junos

1 min

2. LACP Foundations

13 mins

3. Create Aggregated Ethernet Interfaces

6 mins

4. Deploy LACP on EX-Series Switches

12 mins

5. Deploy LACP on QFX-Series Switches

8 mins

6. Deploy LACP on MX-Series Routers

7 mins

7. Deploy LACP Between Cisco IOS and Junos

6 mins

8. Summarizing LACP Deployment

1 min

Skill:

Deploy Multi-Chassis Link Aggregations (MC-LAG) on Junos Bridges

1. Introducing MC-LAG

1 min

2. The Benefits of MC-LAG Explained

6 mins

3. MC-LAG State Types

5 mins

4. Configure the CE LAG

6 mins

5. Configure the Inter-chassis Link (ICL) for MC-LAG

13 mins

6. Configure Inter-Control Center Communications Protocol (ICCP)

8 mins

7. Configure Active-Standby LACP and MC-AE Interface Settings

10 mins

8. Validating the Configuration

4 mins

9. Configure Active-Active MC-LAG

4 mins

10. Summarizing MC-LAG

1 min

Skill:

Understand and Configure Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)

1. Everyone Hates Spanning Tree Protocol

2 mins

2. STP Foundations

9 mins

3. STP Key Terms

8 mins

4. How Spanning Tree Builds the Tree

16 mins

5. RSTP Port States and Roles

9 mins

6. VSTP Deployment

5 mins

7. MSTP

4 mins

8. Deploy Junos VSTP and Cisco PVST+

5 mins

9. Protecting STP

7 mins

10. Summarizing STP

1 min

Skill:

Advanced Routing Concepts on Junos

1. Introducing Advanced Routing Options

1 min

2. Enable Per-Flow Load Balancing

13 mins

3. Load Balancing Static Routes

4 mins

4. Backup Static Routes and Default Settings

7 mins

5. Martian Routes

4 mins

6. Aggregate Routes

9 mins

7. Generate Routes

5 mins

8. Configure Routing Instances

11 mins

9. Configure Route Leaking

7 mins

10. Summarizing Advanced Routing

1 min

Skill:

Design and Configure OSPF on Junos

1. Introducing OSPF on Junos

2 mins

2. The OSPF State Machine

16 mins

3. Designated Routers and Backup Designated Routers

8 mins

4. Link State Advertisements and LSA Flooding

11 mins

5. OSPF Area Types

10 mins

6. Securing OSPF

5 mins

7. Summarizing OSPF on Junos

1 min

Skill:

Design and Deploy IS-IS on Junos

1. Introducing IS-IS on Junos

3 mins

2. The ISO CLNS Levels

8 mins

3. IS-IS Areas

5 mins

4. IS Adjacency Formation and Behaviors

12 mins

5. Configuring the NET Address

6 mins

6. Configuring Level 1 IS Adjacencies

12 mins

7. Configuring Level 2 IS Adjacencies

5 mins

8. Configure Level 1-2 Borders

8 mins

9. Configure IS-IS Authentication

3 mins

10. Summarizing IS-IS

1 min

Skill:

Understand MPLS Foundations

1. Introducing MPLS

2 mins

2. The Benefits of MPLS

14 mins

3. The Concept of Pseudowires

5 mins

4. MPLS Packet Flows and Key Terms

11 mins

5. A Closer Look at the Penultimate Hop

4 mins

6. Enabling MPLS on Junos

7 mins

7. Configure a Static LSP

9 mins

8. What Signaling Protocols Do

4 mins

9. Summarizing MPLS

1 min

Skill:

MPLS: Deploy LDP and RSVP on Junos

1. Introducing Label Signaling Protocols

1 min

2. LDP Foundations

11 mins

3. Deploying LDP

6 mins

4. Validating LDP

5 mins

5. RSVP Path Construction

16 mins

6. Explicit Route Objects (ERO)

6 mins

7. Deploying RSVP

7 mins

8. Exploring Bandwidth Reservation and EROs

6 mins

9. Validating RSVP

6 mins

10. Other Powerful RSVP Mechanisms

8 mins

11. Summarizing Label Signaling Paths

1 min

Skill:

MPLS: Design and Deploy Constrained Shortest Path First (CSPF)

1. Introducing CSPF

1 min

2. The Dynamic Traffic Engineering Solution

17 mins

3. Exploring TED Closer

7 mins

4. How CSPF Works (Deploying CSPF)

9 mins

5. Tie-Breaking Rules Explored and Configured

6 mins

6. Administrative Groups (Link Colors)

5 mins

7. Configuring Administrative Group Constraints

10 mins

8. Bidirectional LSPs

4 mins

9. Measuring Bidirectional LSP Performance

9 mins

10. Summarizing CSPF

1 min

Skill:

Configure Basic BGP on Junos

1. Introducing BGP

2 mins

2. Why BGP Exists

15 mins

3. Configuring Basic BGP Adjacencies (Multi-Vendor)

19 mins

4. Group Types (aka, eBGP vs iBGP)

12 mins

5. Advertising Prefixes

9 mins

6. Next-Hop Self

5 mins

7. Where MPLS Fits In

8 mins

8. A Note About iBGP Scaling Problems

6 mins

9. Summarizing BGP Configurations

1 min

Skill:

Understand the BGP Best Path Selection Algorithm

1. First Things First…

4 mins

2. Local Preference

6 mins

3. Accumulated Interior Gateway Protocol (AIGP)

6 mins

4. AS-PATH (Like a Hop Count)

12 mins

5. Origin Code

4 mins

6. Multi-Exit Discriminator (MED)

4 mins

7. eBGP vs iBGP

4 mins

8. Lowest IGP Metric (Closest Exit)

3 mins

9. Oldest Path

1 min

10. Router ID

4 mins

11. Cluster List

4 mins

12. IP Address

2 mins

13. Summarizing BGP Best Path Selection

1 min

Skill:

Describe Segment Routing Operations

1. Intro

2 mins

2. What’s The Problem?

7 mins

3. Defining Basic SR Concepts

5 mins

4. Classifying Segment Types

11 mins

5. Describing Segment Routing over MPLS

9 mins

6. Describing Segment Routing over IPv6 (SRv6)

7 mins

7. Exploring SR IGP Extensions

12 mins

8. Exploring SR BGP Extensions

7 mins

Skill:

Implement Segment Routing over MPLS on Junos

1. Introduction

2 mins

2. Topology Overview and Preparation

9 mins

3. Configuring SR Extensions in OSPF

15 mins

4. Configuring SR Extensions in IS-IS

10 mins

5. Exploring SR Traffic Engineering

8 mins

6. Node Traffic Engineering

18 mins

7. Link Traffic Engineering

7 mins

Skill:

Explore and Configure Junos Tunneling Technologies

1. Introducing VPNs

3 mins

2. The Point of Tunnels

15 mins

3. Enable Tunneling on MX Routers

9 mins

4. Configure an IP-IP Tunnel

8 mins

5. The GRE Protocol Explored

7 mins

6. Configure GRE Tunnels

5 mins

7. Enable an IGP Over GRE

5 mins

8. Tunnel IPv6 Over IPv4 Using GRE

4 mins

9. Tunnel Frames Over GRE

10 mins

10. Tunnel MPLS Over GRE

9 mins

11. Summarizing Tunnels

1 min

Skill:

Understand Junos Chassis High Availability Techniques

1. Introducing Junos Resiliency

2 mins

2. VRRP Fundamentals

19 mins

3. Configuring VRRP

10 mins

4. Graceful Restart

6 mins

5. Graceful Routing Engine Switchover (GRES)

7 mins

6. Nonstop Active Routing (NSR)

7 mins

7. In-Service Software Upgrade

4 mins

8. Virtual Chassis

4 mins

9. Summarizing Junos Resiliency

1 min

Skill:

Configure IPv6 Services on Junos

1. Introducing IPv6

2 mins

2. IPv6 Address Formats

10 mins

3. Common IPv6 Address Families

13 mins

4. Stateless and Stateful Addressing

10 mins

5. Configuring IPv6 Addresses on Junos Interfaces

13 mins

6. Configuring IS-IS for IPv6

6 mins

7. Configuring OSPFv3

8 mins

8. Configuring BGP with IPv6

5 mins

9. Summarizing IPv6

1 min

 

Is Juniper JNCIS-SP: Service Provider Routing and Switching Specialist worth it?

How much does the Juniper JNCIS-SP: Service Provider Routing and Switching Specialist cost?

The JNCIS-SP exam, JN0-363, costs $300, but earning the actual certification will cost at least $500. The JNCIS-SP: Service Provider Routing and Switching Specialist has a prerequisite: the JNCIA-Junos, and that costs $200. You may also want to pay for a course to help you prepare before both of those, so the total cost of earning the JNCIS-SP is at least $500 before training.

Is Juniper JNCIS-SP: Service Provider Routing and Switching Specialist difficult?

Yes, the JNCIS-SP is difficult for many people. The JNCIS-SP: Service Provider Routing and Switching Specialist is hard because it focuses so much on specific configurations of protocols that don’t get used in many other places than service provider networks. So if you’ve never worked with STP, RSTP, MPLS, or IP tunnelling, you might find the JNCIS-SP exam difficult if you don’t prepare ahead of time.

Does Juniper JNCIS-SP: Service Provider Routing and Switching Specialist expire?

Yes, the JNCIS-SP expires after three years. Unfortunately, not only does the JNCIS-SP: Service Provider Routing and Switching Specialist only remain valid for three years, but if it expires, you can’t use it as a prerequisite for earning the next level of certifications. On the other hand, if you earn the next level of certifications (JNCIP) before your three years are up, your JNCIS-SP automatically renews.

How should I study for the JNCIS-SP: Service Provider Routing and Switching Specialist?

You should study for the JNCIS-SP by focusing on the real-world skills you’ll be tested on, not just the facts and data. The key to studying for the JNCIS-SP: Service Provider Routing and Switching Specialist is with a course that has virtual labs, practice environments, or some other way for you to get first-hand experience with what you’re learning. If you want to pass the JNCIS-SP exam, you have to be able to do what you’re studying.

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