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    Description

    The JNCIS-ENT is a written exam that has been designed specifically for networking professionals who have an advanced level of knowledge in terms of routing and switching implementations in Junos OS. It also tests the platform configuration along with the troubleshooting skills of the candidates. The certificate that candidates get is valid for two years following which recertification can be obtained by clearing the JNO-643 exam.

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    The course includes :

    • OSPF: Description of the operation, functionality and concepts of OSPFv2 as well as OSPFv3, OSPF LSA types, DR/BDR operation, authentication options, overload, given scenarios demonstration of knowledge of configuration and monitoring single and multi-area OSPF. etc
    • BGP: Description of the operation, functionality and concepts of BGP, next-hop resolution, BGP route selection, BGP communities, BGP attributes, Advanced BGP options, implementation of a BGP routing policy, load balancing- forwarding table, multihop, multipath, etc.
    • IP Multicast: Description of the operation, functionality, and concepts of IP multicast, IP multicast traffic flow, PIM dense mode, and sparse mode, Anycase RP, routing policy and scoping, concept and operation of RPF, PIM sparse-mode and dense-mode, etc.
    • Ethernet Switching and Spanning Tree: Description of the operation, functionality, and concepts of Ethernet switching, VLANs, Layer 2 tunneling, Tunnel Layer 2 traffic through Ethernet networks, etc.
    • Layer 2 Authentication and Access Control: Description of the various access control and authentication features of Layer 2, functionality and concepts of 802.1x, server fail fallback, guest VLAN, etc.
    • IP Telephony Features: Description of the operation, functionality, and concepts of the various features that help facilitate the deployments of IP telephony, LLDP, and LLDP-MED, Power over Ethernet, Voice VLAN.
    • Class of Service (CoS): Description of the operation, functionality, and concepts of Junos CoS for Layer 2 or 3 networks, CoS header fields, packet loss priority, policers, shaping, classification, forwarding classes, etc.