Junos Service Provider Switching (JSPX)
This two-day course's objective is to give students an understanding of intermediate switching concepts and configuration examples. The system features a summary of switching concepts, including LANs, Layer 2 address learning, bridging, VLANs, provider bridging, VLAN translation, spanning-tree protocols, and Ethernet Operation, Administration, and Maintenance (OAM). The integrated routing and bridging (IRB) interfaces, routing instances, virtual switches, load balancing, and port mirroring applications specific to the Junos operating system (OS) are also covered in this course. This course also covers the fundamentals of link aggregation groups (LAGs), multi-chassis LAG, and Multiple VLAN Registration Protocol (MVRP) (MC-LAG). On Junos OS Release 22.1R1.10, this course is built.
Duration: 2 Days (16 Hours)
- Explain the different Ethernet standards organizations.
- Explain the Layer 2 services available on the MX Series 3D Ethernet Universal Edge Routers.
- Explain the function of an Ethernet LAN.
- Explain learning & forwarding in a bridging environment.
- Explain Ethernet frame filtering.
- Apply VLAN tagging.
- Explain & apply MVRP.
- Apply IRB.
- Apply a Layer 2 firewall filter.
- Explain the use of a routing instance.
- Explain the function of a virtual router.
- Explain the function of a virtual switch.
- Explain the usage of logical systems.
- Apply a virtual switch.
- Explain interconnecting routing instances.
- Explain the different IEEE VLAN stacking models.
- Explain the components of provider bridging.
- Configure & monitor provider bridging.
- Describe the Spanning Tree Protocol's objectives (STP).
- Explain the basic operation of STP, Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP), Multiple panning Tree Protocol (MSTP), & VLAN Spanning Tree Protocol (VSTP).
- Configure & monitor STP, RSTP, MSTP, & VSTP.
- Explain the purpose of bridge protocol data unit (BPDU), loop, & root protection.
- Explain typical OAM features.
- Explain the basic operation of link fault management (LFM).
- Explain the basic operation of connectivity fault management (CFM).
- Configure & monitor Ethernet OAM.
- Explain the basic operation of Ethernet ring protection (ERP).
- Configure & monitor ERP.
- Explain the basic operation of LAGs & MC-LAGs.
- Configure & monitor LAGs & MC-LAGs.
- Explain the basic functionality of the MX Series Virtual Chassis.
- Explain a basic troubleshooting method.
- List common issues that disrupt network operations.
- Find tools used in network troubleshooting.
- Use available tools to resolve network issues.
- Basic networking knowledge & an understanding of the OSI model & the TCP/IP protocol suite
- Before attending this class, you must finish the Introduction to the Junos Operating System course.
Individuals responsible for configuring, managing, & monitoring devices running Junos OS
Module 1: Course Introduction
Module 2: Ethernet Switching & Layer 2
- Learn the Junos OS nomenclature
- Learn the functions of an Ethernet LAN
- Explain learning & forwarding in a bridging environment
- Apply Layer 2 to address learning & forwarding
- Apply Layer 2 firewall filters
Module 3: VLANs & IRBs
- Configure & monitor VLANs
- Automate VLAN administration
- Configure & monitor IRBs
- Ethernet Switching & VLANs
Module 4 Virtual Switches
- Explain the use of a routing instance
- Configure & monitor virtual switches
- Interconnect different routing instances
- Explain the purpose of logical systems
- Virtual Switches
Module 5: Provider Bridging
- Expanding the Bridged Network
- Explaining How Provider Bridging Works
- Configuring & Monitoring Provider Bridging
- Provider Bridging
Module 6: Spanning-Tree Protocols
- Summarize Spanning-Tree Protocols
- Explain How Rapid STP Works
- Review the Functions of Multiple STP
- Find VLAN STP Improvements
Module 7: Configuring Spanning-Tree
- Configuring & Monitoring Spanning-Tree Protocols
- Understanding BPDU, Loop, & Root Protection
Module 8: Ethernet OAM
- Summarize Ethernet Operation, Administration, &
- Find Capabilities in Link Fault Management
- Review the Features of Connectivity Fault Management
Module 9: Configuring OAM
- Configuring & Monitoring Ethernet OAM
- Ethernet OAM – LFM & CFM
Module 10: ERP & LAG
- Summarize What ERP Does
- Explain How to Configure & Monitor ERP
- Provide an Overview of LAG
- Explain How to Configure & Monitor a LAG
- High Availability & Network Optimization – ERP & LAG
Module 11: MC-LAG & Virtual Chassis
- Provide a Brief Overview of MC-LAG
- Explain How to Configure & Monitor an MC-LAG
- Give a Brief Synopsis of the MX Virtual Chassis
Module 12: BGP Attributes & Policy
- Explain BGP route processing
- Explain BGP Attributes
Module 13: Troubleshooting & Monitoring
- Find Basic Approaches to Troubleshooting & Monitoring
- Introduce Troubleshooting & Monitoring Tools
- Review Troubleshooting Case Study: Network Congestion
- Troubleshooting & Monitoring
Required exams: JNCIS-ENT certification exam
- Layer 2 Switching or VLANs
- Spanning Tree
- Layer 2 Security
- Protocol Independent Routing
- High Availability
Q: What is enterprise routing?
A: The JUNOS software is a single train of features that operates across various routing platforms. So, whether you run an enterprise or service provider network, & regardless of your actual hardware platform, there is a single version of software code to load. Although this single code train has lots of hidden benefits, such as stability, ease of expandability, lower total operational costs, & more, Enterprise Routing really means the ability to have the same features available on all devices.
Q: Is a router the switch?
A: A switch connects several devices to create a network, and a router connects multiple switches, & their respective networks to form an even more extensive network. These networks may be in various locations or across multiple sites.
Q: What is Juno's Operating System?
A: Juniper Networks provides high-performance network devices that create a responsive & trusted environment for accelerating the deployment of services & applications over a single network. The Junos operating system (Junos OS) is the foundation of these high-performance networks.
Q: What is the infrastructure required to attend your training program?
A: To attend the training session, you should have operational Desktops or Laptops with the required specification and a good internet connection to access the labs.
Q: What if I miss a class on a particular day?
A: We would always recommend you attend the live session to practice & clarify the doubts instantly & get more value from your investment. However, due to some contingency, if you have to skip the class, Radiant Techlearning will help you with the recorded session of that particular day. However, those recorded sessions are not meant only for personal consumption & NOT for distribution or commercial use.
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Q: What kind of projects are included as a part of training?
A: The learners will be enthralled as we engage them the real-world & industry Oriented projects during the training program. These projects will improve your skills & knowledge & you will gain a better experience. These real-time projects will help you a lot in your future tasks & assignments.