Juniper E-Learning Trainingen Training Juniper Networks Certified Associate Junos - JNCIA Junos exam JN0-102 E-Learning
Training Juniper Networks Certified Associate Junos - JNCIA Junos exam JN0-102 E-Learning
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Training Juniper Networks Certified Associate Junos - JNCIA Junos exam JN0-102 E-Learning

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Juniper Networks Certified Associate Junos - JNCIA Junos exam JN0-102 E-Learning

Order this great E-Learning Training Juniper Networks Certified Associate Junos - JNCIA Junos exam JN0-102 online, 1 year 24/7 access to rich interactive videos, voice, practice assignments, progress monitoring through reports and tests per subject to test the knowledge directly. After the course you will receive a certificate of participation..

Course content

Juniper Networks Junos Essentials: Networking Fundamentals

start the course
describe the seven layers of the ISO Open Systems Interconnection model
describe the characteristics of layer 2 and layer 3 in the OSI model with respect to node-to-node and end-to-end communication
describe the concept of a collision domain in a layer 2 network
describe the concept of a broadcast domain in a layer 2 network
describe the function of layer 2 network switches
describe the function of layer 3 routers
describe the SONET and SDH protocols for transferring data over fiber optic cable
describe the OTN standard for optical networks
describe the basic characteristics of Ethernet
list the variants of Ethernet in common use
list and describe the addressing schemes used at layer 2 of the OSI model
describe address resolution at layer 2 and ARP
describe the fundamental properties and structure of IPv4 addresses
describe the fundamental properties and structure of IPv6 addresses
describe the use of subnet mask and default gateway for IPv4 addresses
describe the binary number system and how to convert from decimal to binary and binary to decimal
describe the process of subnetting to split an IP address space
describe the technique of supernetting to aggregate an IP address space
describe the function of routing tables and the longest match routing algorithm
describe the function of protocols at layer 4 and the main protocols in use
describe the operation of connection-oriented protocols and TCP
describe the function of connectionless protocols and UDP
match protocols and functionality in networks to the layers responsible

Juniper Networks Junos Essentials: Junos OS Fundamentals

start the course
describe the features of Junos OS
list the families of switches that run Junos OS
list the families of routers that run Junos OS
list the families of security devices that run Junos OS
list the notable other devices that run Junos OS
describe the basic architectural features of Junos OS
describe the unique modular architecture of Junos OS and the benefits this brings
describe the separation of control and forwarding duties in Junos OS
describe the control plane in network theory and how this relates to the routing engine in Junos OS
describe the forwarding plane in network theory and how this relates to the packet forwarding engine in Junos OS
describe the use of protocol daemons in Junos OS
describe the traffic flow management features of Junos OS
describe transit traffic processing in Junos OS
describe the concept of exception traffic and how this is handled in Junos OS
access basic CLI functionality in Junos OS
access CLI modes in Junos OS
navigate the CLI in Junos OS
get help in the CLI in Junos OS
filter output from the CLI in Junos OS
compare active and candidate configurations in Junos OS
revert to a previous configuration state in Junos OS
modify, manage, and save configuration files in Junos OS
view, compare, and load configuration files in Junos OS
use the configure tab in J-Web for Junos OS
use the troubleshoot tab in J-Web for Junos OS
use the maintain tab in J-Web for Junos OS
use the monitor tab in J-Web for Junos OS
access the CLI and J-Web interfaces and perform basic configuration in Junos OS

Juniper Networks Junos Essentials: Configuration Basics

start the course
revert to factory default state on a device running Junos OS
perform initial configuration in Junos OS
configure NTP in Junos OS
configure SNMP in Junos OS
configure Syslog in Junos OS
configure logging and tracing in Junos OS
archive Junos OS configuration data
create and return to a rescue configuration in Junos OS
manage user accounts in Junos OS
manage login classes in Junos OS
manage user authentication in Junos OS
manage remote authentication in Junos OS
list interface types in Junos OS
configure basic interface properties in Junos OS
describe configuration groups in Junos OS
configure configuration groups in Junos OS
create a configuration group in Junos OS
apply a configuration group in Junos OS
perform initial configuration tasks, including interface configuration, and create a configuration group in Junos OS

Juniper Networks Junos Essentials: Monitoring and Maintenance

start the course
use the show configuration command in Junos OS
use the show groups command in Junos OS
use the show interfaces command in Junos OS
use the show route command, and other show commands, to view routing configuration in Junos OS
use the show Ethernet-switching command, and other show commands, to view switching configuration in Junos OS
use the version and version detail commands in Junos OS
display log and trace files in Junos OS
display real-time interface information in Junos OS
display packet headers in Junos OS
display interface statistics and errors in Junos OS
perform real-time performance monitoring in Junos OS
use ping to assess connectivity in Junos OS
use traceroute to check routes in Junos OS
use telnet to connect remotely in Junos OS
use SSH to establish a secure shell connection in Junos OS
list Junos OS versions and describe the version numbering scheme
install Junos OS
perform software upgrades in Junos OS
start up Junos OS devices
shut down Junos OS devices
recover lost root passwords in Junos OS
troubleshoot a connectivity issue using available tools in Junos OS

Juniper Networks Junos Essentials: Routing Fundamentals

start the course
describe the packet forwarding and routing functions of layer 3 devices, such as routers
describe the packet forwarding function
describe the routing function
describe static routing and how and where it is used
describe techniques for dynamic routing, and the advantages of dynamic routing
describe distance vector dynamic routing protocols, such as RIP
describe link-state routing protocols, such as OSPF
describe the features and function of routing tables on routing devices
contrast routing tables and forwarding tables
describe preference values for routes, how they are used, and default values
describe how and why you would use multiple routing instances on a routing device
view forwarding tables on Junos OS devices
view routing tables on Junos OS devices
configure static routes on Junos OS devices
configure IPv6 static routes on Junos OS devices
monitor a static route on a Junos OS device
configure RIP on a Junos OS device
monitor RIP on a Junos OS device
configure OSPF on a Junos OS device
monitor OSPF on a Junos OS device
select and configure a routing protocol in Junos OS

Juniper Networks Junos Essentials: Routing Policy & Firewall Filters

start the course
describe routing policies and default routing policies in Junos OS
describe how routes move between routing protocols in Junos OS
describe the flow of routing policy information in Junos OS
describe the effect of routing policies on routes and routing tables in Junos OS
describe the structure of routing policies in Junos OS
describe routing policy match criteria and match types in Junos OS
describe the actions that can be taken on a routing policy match in Junos OS
define a routing policy in Junos OS
configure routing policy match conditions in Junos OS
configure routing policy actions in Junos OS
apply routing policies to the forwarding table in Junos OS
configure dynamic routing policies in Junos OS
describe firewall filters in Junos OS
contrast stateless and stateful firewall filters in Junos OS
describe firewall filter match criteria in Junos OS
describe firewall filter actions in Junos OS
describe the process of firewall filter packet evaluation
describe the unicast reverse path forwarding feature of Junos OS
configure firewall filters in Junos OS
configure firewall filter protocol families in Junos OS
configure firewall filter names and options in Junos OS
configure firewall filter terms in Junos OS
configure firewall filter match conditions in Junos OS
configure firewall filter actions in Junos OS
configure a routing policy and firewall filter on a Junos OS routing device

TestPrep JNCIA-Junos (JN0-102)

TestPrep JNCIA-Junos (JN0-102)

Specifications
Availabilty 18 hours
Language English
Certificate of participation Yes
Online access 365 days
Progress monitoring Yes
Award Winning E-learning Yes
Suitable for mobile Yes
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