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JNCIS-ENT Bootcamp (JIR & JEX)

  • Course Code JNCIS-ENT
  • Duration 4 days

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Course Delivery

This course is available in the following formats:

  • Company Event

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  • Public Classroom

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  • Virtual Learning

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Course Overview


This four-day bundle of courses provides students a single course to prepare for JNCIS-ENT preparation with a dive into intermediate routing and switching configuration topics. This bundle includes full content from Junos Intermediate Routing (JIR) and Junos Enterprise Switching (JEX).

JIR and JEX are intermediate-level courses.





Course Schedule

    • Delivery Format: Virtual Learning
    • Date: 09-12 April, 2018
    • Location: Virtual


    • Delivery Format: Public Classroom
    • Date: 02-05 July, 2018
    • Location: Wokingham


    • Delivery Format: Virtual Learning
    • Date: 02-05 July, 2018
    • Location: Virtual


Target Audience


This course benefits individuals responsible for configuring and monitoring devices running Junos OS and those seeking the JNCIS-ENT certification


Course Objectives

  • After successfully completing this course, you should be able to:
  • Describe typical uses of static, aggregate, and generated routes. 
  •  Configure and monitor static, aggregate, and generated routes. 
  •  Explain the purpose of Martian routes and add new entries to the default list. 
  •  Describe typical uses of routing instances. 
  •  Configure and share routes between routing instances. 
  •  Describe load-balancing concepts and operations. 
  •  Implement and monitor Layer 3 load balancing. 
  •  Illustrate benefits of filter-based forwarding. 
  •  Configure and monitor filter-based forwarding. 
  •  Explain the operations of OSPF. 
  •  Describe the role of the designated router. 
  •  List and describe OSPF area types. 
  •  Configure, monitor, and troubleshoot OSPF. 
  •  Describe BGP and its basic operations. 
  •  Name and describe common BGP attributes. 
  • List the steps in the BGP route selection algorithm. 
  •  Describe BGP peering options and the default route advertisement rules. 
  •  Configure and monitor BGP. 
  •  Describe IP tunneling concepts and applications. 
  •  Explain the basic operations of generic routing encapsulation (GRE) and IP over IP (IP-IP) tunnels. 
  •  Configure and monitor GRE and IP-IP tunnels. 
  •  Describe various high availability features supported by the Junos OS. 
  •  Configure and monitor some of the highlighted high availability features.


Course Content

  • Day 1
  • Chapter 1: JIR Course Introduction
  • Chapter 2: Protocol-Independent Routing
  • Chapter 3: Load Balancing and Filter-Based Forwarding
  • Chapter 4: Open Shortest Path First
  • Day 2
  • Chapter 5: Border Gateway Protocol
  • Chapter 6: IP Tunneling
  • Chapter 7: High Availability
  • Appendix A: IPv6
  • Appendix B: IS-IS
  • Appendix C: Routing Information Protocol
  • Day 3
  • Chapter 1: JEX Course Introduction
  • Chapter 2: Layer 2 Switching
  • Chapter 3: Virtual Networks
  • Chapter 4: Spanning Tree
  • Day 4
  • Chapter 5: Port Security
  • Chapter 6: Device Security and Firewall Filters
  • Chapter 7: Virtual Chassis
  • Chapter 8: High Availability Features
  • Appendix A: Ethernet Ring Protection Switching
  • Appendix B: Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol



Course Prerequisites


Students should have basic networking knowledge and an understanding of the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) reference model and the TCP/IP protocol suite. Students should also attend the Introduction to the Junos Operating System (IJOS) and Junos Routing Essentials (JRE) courses prior to attending this class.


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