Juniper Certification JNCIA-Junos
Juniper is an industry leader in networking equipment including firewalls, routers and switches. Passing the Juniper certification exams prove your knowledge and skills in supporting their equipment and operating system.
Juniper JUNOS Exam Pass
Zaheid used our Juniper certification junos training program to pass his exam on the first try. Most students take two or three attempts to pass the exam ($300 per attempt).
Passing the JNCIA-Junos exam requires at least two months of study. You need to master the theory but also complete many hands-on labs and take Juniper certification practice tests.
Since 2002 we've been coaching students from all walks of life to pass their IT exams. Using deep dive lessons, practice labs and practice tests we ensure you are over prepared come exam day. If you ever get stuck then just post on the forum and our experts and fellow students will help you.
This course covers many networking basics, including TCP/IP and subnetting, as well as provides basic configuration using Junos OS, routing configuration, and firewalls. This exam is recommended if you plan to take the more advanced Juniper certification courses on security, routing, or service provider.
Is a Systems Engineer with more than 10 years experience. Chris currently holds the following industry certifications in Cisco, Nortel, Avaya, Juniper and Computer repair (CCNA, APSS, APDS, JNCIA-SSL, A+). He runs a consultancy company specializing in security and vulnerability testing and threat mitigation, routing/switching/firewall configuration, computer support and more.
|Introduction to Junos OS
|Introduction to JUNOS
|First Lab - Introduction to Junos OS
|Subnetting and Network Segmentation
|Protocols and Longest Match Rule
|Junos OS and J-Web
|Junos OS CLI - The Basics
|Juniper J-Web GUI
|Basic Junos Configuration
|Junos Configuration Basics
|Junos Configuration Basics 2
|Maintaining and Monitoring Juniper Devices
|Monitoring and Maintenance
|Monitoring and Maintenance 2
|Firewall Filters and Routing Policy
|Routing Policy and Firewall Filters
|Configuring Firewall Filters
|Class of Service for Junos
|Junos CoS Basics