This course is the sixth in a series covering the Juniper Networks JNCIA-Junos certification, providing the skills and knowledge required to pass the JN0-102 exam. Here, you’ll learn about the fundamentals of IP routing for your Junos devices.
Building your routing skills is essential if you're working towards gaining your Juniper Networks JNCIA-Junos certification. In this course, Juniper Networks JNCIA-Junos (JN0-102): Routing Fundamentals, you'll master the basics of IP routing specifically for your Junos devices. First, you'll dive into the fundamentals and discover what is meant by routing in the context of IP networks. Next, you'll explore routing information sources that feed into the routing table on a Junos device. Then, you'll learn about routing tables, the forwarding table, and look at how Junos calculates the next hop for a given network destination. Afterwards, you'll cover routing instances, what some of the different types are, and why you would use them. Finally, you'll delve into static routing, along with dynamic routing protocols, and in particular OSPF. By the end of this course, you'll have the necessary skills and knowledge to utilize your new Junos routing skills in practice, and be one step further in obtaining your Juniper Networks JNCIA-Junos certification.
Rich Bibby is a Network Engineer with extensive experience in designing, deploying and supporting enterprise networks of varying size and scale. Areas of expertise include Campus LAN, WAN, Data Center, VPN, and Remote Access solutions from vendors including Juniper, Cisco, Arista, Checkpoint, and Pulse Secure.
Course Overview Hi everyone. My name is Rich Bibby, and welcome to my course, Juniper Networks JNCIA-Junos: Routing Fundamentals. I'm a network engineer based in Manchester in the UK. This is the sixth course in a complete series covering the Juniper Networks JNCIA-Junos Certification Track, providing the viewer with the skills and knowledge required to pass the JN0-102 exam. In this course, you'll learn all about the fundamentals of IP routing for Junos devices. Some of the major topics that we will cover include a back to basics review of routing in the context of IP networks, the routing information sources that feed into the routing table on a Junos device, how Junos calculates the next hop for a given network destination, virtual routing instances, static routing, and dynamic routing protocols, and in particular, OSPF. When you're finished with this course, you'll have taken another step towards gaining the Juniper Networks JNCIA-Junos Certification, one of the most sought after in the networking industry. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn about the fundamentals of IP routing for Juniper network devices with the Juniper Networks JNCIA-Junos: Routing Fundamentals course, at Pluralsight.