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JNCIS-SP

The Juniper Networks Certification Program (JNCP) Service Provider Routing and Switching track permits members to show ability with Juniper Networks technology. Fruitful candidates show intensive comprehension of networking technology innovation as a rule and Juniper Networks administration service provider routing and switching stages.

It is Designed for experienced networking administration experts with apprentice to middle of the road learning of routing and switching implementations in Junos, this composed exam checks the competitor’s essential comprehension of routing and switching technologies and related stage setup and troubleshooting skills.

JNCIS-SP exam subjects depend on the substance of the suggested teacher drove instructional classes, and the extra assets.

The JNCIS-SP certification is substantial for a long time. Recertification is accomplished by passing the JN0-360 exam.

Nitty gritty Exam Objectives include:

  • Protocol-Independent Routing
  • Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)
  • Intermediate System to Intermediate System (IS-IS)
  • Border Gateway Protocol (BGP)
  • Layer 2 Bridging and VLANs:
  • Spanning-Tree Protocols
  • Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) and MPLS VPNs
  • IPv6
  • Tunnels
  • High availability

The JNCIS-SP exam has been designed for networking professionals who are experienced and have an advanced knowledge of the Junos software from Juniper networks. The exam itself validates the understanding of candidate in terms of advanced security technologies as well as platform configuration that is related to the same. Exam topics for these exams are created as per the training courses led by recommended instructors and successful candidates have to apply for recertification after two years. This can be got by passing the JNO-360 examination.

The course content includes:

  • Protocol-Independent Routing: Identification of the operation, functionality and concepts of the different components of protocol-independent routing, static, generated and aggregated routes, load balancing, Martian addresses, filter based forwarding, knowledge of configuration and monitoring of various components of protocol-independent routing.
  • Open Shortest Path First (OSPF): Identification of the operation, functionality and concepts of OSPF, router ID, OSPF packet types, LSA packet types, etc.
  • Intermediate System to Intermediate System (IS-IS): Identification of the operation, functionality and concepts of IS-IS, IS-IS PDUs, levels and areas, DIS, additional basic options, etc.
  • Border Gateway Protocol (BGP): Identification of the operation, functionality and concepts of BGP, BGP message types, BGP basic operation, attributes, routing policy application, etc.
  • Layer 2 Bridging and VLANs: Identification of the operation, functionality and concepts of Layer 2 bridging in terms of the Junos OS, bridging terminology and elements, virtual switches, frame processing, provider bridging, IRB, etc.
  • Spanning-Tree Protocols: Identification of the operation, functionality and concepts of Spanning tree protocol, port roles and states, convergence and re-convergence, spanning tree protocols such as RSTP, STP, etc.
  • Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) and MPLS VPNs: Identification of the operation, functionality and concepts of MPLS, etc.
  • IPv6 : Identification of the operation, functionality and concepts of IPv6, etc.
  • Tunnels: Identification of the requirements, functionality and concepts of IP tunnelling, etc.
  • High availability: Identification of the application, benefits and concepts of high availability.

JNCIP

JNCIP-SP

The JNCIS-SP exam has been designed for networking professionals who are experienced and have an advanced knowledge of the Junos software from Juniper networks. The exam itself validates the understanding of candidate in terms of advanced routing technologies as well as platform configuration and troubleshooting that is related to the same. Exam topics for these exams are created as per the training courses led by recommended instructors and successful candidates have to apply for recertification after two years. This can be got by passing the JNO-660 examination.

The course content includes:

  • OSPF: Description of the operation, functionality and concept of OSPF, OSPF area types, DR/BDR operation, LSA flooding, OSPF LSA types, authentication options, virtual links, SPF algorithm, OSPFv2 vs OSPF v3, etc.
  • IS-IS: Description of the operation, functionality and concept of IS-IS, IS-IS link state PDU, LLSP flooding, DIS operation, IS-IS areas, SPF algorithm, route summarisation, authentication options, implementation of IS-IS routing policy, etc.
  • BGP: Description of the operation, functionality and concept of BGP, next hop resolution, BGO communities, regular expressions, multihop, multipath, load balancing, advanced BGP options, etc.
  • Class of Service (CoS): Description of the operation, functionality and concept of CoS in Junos, CoS header fields, classification, forwarding classes, schedulers, etc.
  • IP Multicast: Description of the operation, functionality and concept of IP Multicast, multicast addressing and other components of multicast, RPF, SSM, MSDP, IGMP, ASM vs SSM, etc.
  • MPLS: Description of the operation, functionality and concept of MPLS, LDP and PSVP operation, LSP optimisation, tie breaking options, TED, CSPF algorithm, etc.
  • Layer 3 VPNs: Description of the operation, functionality and concept of Layer 3 VPNs, route distinguishers, sham links, route targets, full mesh vs hub and spoke topology, etc.
  • Layer 2 VPNs: Description of the operation, functionality and concept of BGP Layer 2 VPNs, etc.
  • Automation: Operation scripts, event scripts, commit scripts.

JNCIE

JNCIE-SP

Chief and most well regarded among all the Service Provider Routing and Switching certification track is the JNCIE-SP Lab Exam which has a duration of an entire day. The design of the exam is such to validate the ability of the network professional to troubleshoot, implement as well as maintain the networks of the Juniper Networks service provider. The exam is 8 hours long and includes the candidates being required to build a service provider network that consists of several MX series routers. They will also be expected to perform configurations in terms of system on all the devices and implement various policies, protocols, VPNs, class of services and HA capabilities.

The JNCIE-SP certification carries a validity of two years and recertification can be achieved by clearing the present version of the JNCIP-SP examination.

The course content includes:

  • Device Infrastructure: High availability, graceful restart, nonstop routing, VRRP, automation implementation, archival, radius and local user accounts, secure and monitor of Junos devices, firewall filtering, syslog, etc.
  • IGP: Neighbour establishment, troubleshooting, MTU mismatch, IGP timers, implementing, BFD, loop free alternative routes, authentication, load balancing, router advertisement, IPv6 and IPv4 support, optimise timers, etc.
  • MPLS: RSVP, LDP IGP tracking, signalling protocols, BFD, defining EROs, detour LSPs, bypass LSPs, LSP selection using policy, path selection, routing table manipulation, TTL handling, auto bandwidth and optimisation etc.
  • BGP: Communities, IPv6 and IPv4, IPv6 tunnelling, authentication, BFD, scaling, IBGP and EBGP, 4 byte ASN, load balancing, route reflections, route resolution, etc.
  • VPN’s: Layer 3 VPNs, multi homes, IPv6 and IPv4, source of origin, 6PE, hub and spoke, auto export, label switched interface, VPLS multi homing, firewall filtering, carrier of carriers, inter provider, etc.
  • Multicast: PIM sparse mode, RP redundancy, implementation, MSDP, multicast scoping, NG MVPN.
  • CoS: Implementation, rewrite rules, schedulers, MF and BA classifiers, drop profiles, etc.