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Networking Tunnels in Junos OS

by Martin Brown

Network engineers need a way of bridging private networks across public networks. Network tunnels were designed for this task. This course will teach you the basics of tunnels, how they work, types of tunnels, and how to configure them in Junos OS.

What you'll learn

Imagine your company needed to connect a branch office network to the head office network across a public network such as the Internet. How would you do it? As it happens, network tunnels were designed just for this very task. In this course, Networking Tunnels in Junos OS, you'll learn all you need to know in order to understand and configure supported tunnel types in Junos OS. First, you'll learn the basics of tunnels. Next, you'll discover how tunnels work and see examples of where they would be used. Finally, you'll explore how to configure network tunnels in Junos OS. When you are finished with this course, you'll have the skills and knowledge to configure and support network tunnels on Junos OS based devices.

About the author

Martin's IT career goes back to 1993 and while he was involved with Apple Macintosh computers, and had the pleasure of using DEC VAX terminals. Back then, hand held literally meant picking the terminal up by it's carry handle to move it to the other side of the desk and touch screen meant getting a static shock. Of course, the world has moved on a great deal since then and Martin is proud to be at the cutting edge of network and internetwork technology, working with devices from Cisco, F5, Chec... more

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