This 3-day course provides students with the foundational knowledge required to work with the Junos operating system and to configure Junos devices. The course provides a brief overview of the Junos device families and discusses the key architectural components of the software. Key topics include user interface options with a heavy focus on the command-line interface, configuration tasks typically associated with the initial setup of devices, interface configuration basics with configuration examples, secondary system configuration, and the basics of operational monitoring and maintenance of Junos devices. The course then delves into foundational routing knowledge and configuration examples including general routing concepts, routing policy, and firewall filters. Through demonstrations and hands-on labs, students will gain experience in configuring and monitoring the Junos OS and monitoring basic device operations. This course is based on Junos OS Release 15.1X49.
- Duration: 4 days
• Describe the basic design architecture of the Junos OS.
• Identify and provide a brief overview of Junos devices.
• Navigate within the Junos CLI.
• Perform tasks within the CLI operational and configuration modes.
• Restore a Junos device to its factory-default state.
• Perform initial configuration tasks.
• Configure and monitor network interfaces.
• Describe user configuration and authentication options.
• Perform secondary configuration tasks for features and services such as system logging (syslog) and tracing, Network Time Protocol (NTP), configuration archival, and SNMP.
• Monitor basic operation for the Junos OS and devices.
• Identify and use network utilities.
• Upgrade the Junos OS.
• Perform file system maintenance and password recovery on a Junos device.
• Navigate within the Junos J-Web interface.
• Explain basic routing operations and concepts.
• View and describe routing and forwarding tables.
• Configure and monitor static routing.
• Configure and monitor OSPF.
• Describe the framework for routing policy and firewall filters.
• Explain the evaluation of routing policy and firewall filters.
• Identify instances where you might use routing policy.
• Write and apply a routing policy.
• Identify instances where you might use firewall filters.
• Write and apply a firewall filter.
• Describe the operation and configuration for unicast reverse path forwarding (RPF).
• Follow recommended procedure to open a JTAC support case.
• Access support resources.
• Use the customer support Website.
• Access and use customer support tools.
• Use FTP to transfer large files to JTAC.
• Identify high-level security challenges in today’s networks.
• Explain the value of implementing security solutions.
• Identify key factors in Juniper Networks’ security focus.
• Describe some differences between IPv4 and IPv6.
• List IPv6 address types and describe the IPv6 addressing format.
• Enable an interface for IPv6 operation.
• Configure and monitor routing for IPv6 environments.
• Tunnel IPv6 traffic over and IPv4 network.
Chapter 1: Course Introduction
Chapter 2: Junos Operating System Fundamentals
• The Junos OS
• Traffic Processing
• Overview of Junos Devices
Chapter 3: User Interface Options—The Junos CLI
• User Interface Options
• The Junos CLI: CLI Basics
• The Junos CLI: Operational Mode
• The Junos CLI: Configuration Mode
Chapter 4: User Interface Options—The J-Web Interface
• The J-Web GUI
• Lab 1: User Interface Options
Chapter 5: Initial Configuration
• Factory-Default Configuration
• Initial Configuration
• Interface Configuration
• Lab 2: Initial System Configuration
Chapter 6: Secondary System Configuration
• User Configuration and Authentication
• System Logging and Tracing
• Network Time Protocol
• Archiving Configurations
• Lab 3: Secondary System Configuration
Chapter 7: Operational Monitoring and Maintenance
• Monitoring Platform and Interface Operation
• Network Utilities
• Maintaining the Junos OS
• Password Recovery
• System Clean-Up
• Lab 4: Operational Monitoring and Maintenance
Chapter 8: Interface Configuration Examples
• Review of the Interface Configuration Hierarchy
• Interface Configuration Examples
• Using Configuration Groups
Chapter 9: Routing Fundamentals
• Routing Concepts: Overview of Routing
• Routing Concepts: The Routing Table
• Routing Concepts: Routing Instances
• Static Routing
• Dynamic Routing
• Lab 5: Routing Fundamentals
Chapter 10: Routing Policy
• Routing Policy Overview
• Case Study: Routing Policy
• Lab 6: Routing Policy
Chapter 11: Firewall Filters
• Firewall Filters Overview
• Case Study: Firewall Filters
• Unicast Reverse-Path-Forwarding Checks
• Lab 7: Firewall Filters
Chapter 12: Class of Service
• CoS Overview
• Traffic Classification
• Traffic Queueing
• Traffic Scheduling
• Case Study: CoS
• Lab 8: Class of Service
Chapter 13: JTAC Procedures
• Opening a Support Case
• Customer Support Tools
• Transferring Files to JTAC
Chapter 14: Juniper Security Concepts
• Security Challenges
• Juniper's Security Focus
Appendix A: IPv6 Fundamentals
• IPv6 Addressing
• Protocols and Services
This four-day course is designed to provide students with the tools required for implementing, monitoring, and troubleshooting Layer 3 components in an enterprise network. Detailed coverage of OSPF, BGP, class of service (CoS), and multicast is strongly emphasized. The course also exposes students to common troubleshooting commands and tools used to troubleshoot various intermediate to advanced issues. Through demonstrations and hands-on labs, students will gain experience in configuring and monitoring the Junos operating system and in monitoring device and protocol operations.
This course uses Juniper Networks vSRX virtual firewall for the hands-on component, but the lab environment does not preclude the course from being applicable to other Juniper hardware platforms running the Junos OS. This course is based on Junos OS Release 15.1X49-D80.
26 Nov 2019
Sydney Juniper JNCIA