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Juniper Networks Certified Associate – JNCIA JunosBy : SAYED QAISAR SHAH JNCIA Junos is an entry-level certification in theportfolio of Juniper Networks.The certification and the process of preparation is also outstanding. Almost all materialsfor preparation are free. Juniper provides a great set of official materials, videos andeven a voucher for everyone who pass a practice test.The JNCIA Junos certification was for years in the shade on CCNA. The new version ofthe exam is on the same or even higher level. A great starting point for networkengineers.What Exams You Must Pass to Become JNCIA Junos CertifiedYou must pass only one exam, JN0-101 (Juniper Networks Junos Associate – JNCIAJunos). You do not need any prerequisites for the exam.Format of the ExamThe exam is a normal computer-based set of 65 single and multi-choice questions. Youhave 105 minutes for that.Where You Can Pass the JNCIA Junos ExamYou can pass the exam in the nearest Prometric center.How Much Does the JNCIA Junos Exam CostThe exam costs $100 plus taxes.You can also receive an exam voucher (50% discount) if you pass the pre-assessmentexam with the passing score above 70%. More about it the “How To Prepare” section inthis article.How To Renew Your JNCIA Junos CertificationThe JNCIA Junos certification is valid for two years. To renew the certification you mustpass an actual version of the JNCIA Junos exam (at this moment JN0-101) or pass one
of these JNCIS/JNCIP/JNCIE exams from the SP, ENT or SEC tracks.You must knowand understand basics of the Junos operating system and networking fundamentals.How To Prepare to the JNCIA Junos Exam Books that will help you with your preparation process: Trainings The best way to prepare for the JNCIA Junos certification is the Fast Track program. Just go to the website, create a free account and choose a 4-step track for the exam: Watch a free Networking Fundamentals training – you do not need a login for that Download two (free) student guides for the JNCIA Junos preparation Pass the Pre-assessment Exam (25 questions). If you pass this exam (70%) you will receive a voucher for the real exam (50%). You can try this test for many times. Register to the real exam and provide a voucher number during registration A free set of Junos Day One Books You can also register to a JNCIA Junos training. The training costs $1600 for two days One day for Introduction to the Junos Operating System (IJOS) and second for Junos Routing Essentials (JRE). If cannot find GlobalKnowledge trainings in your country, you can use a search engine on the Juniper website: JRE and IJOS A good set of videos from CBT Nuggets for $500 (You can watch a preview of each video for FREE) Practice Test Juniper provides a free practice test for the JNCIA Junos exam. You need a free account on the Juniper website for that. How to Build a Virtual Lab for the JNCIA exam You should (must) train everything that you have learned. The ideal solution is your own set of Juniper routers. You can train also almost everything in a GN3 environment. The installation is tricky, but you have an option for train in the home-based environment without buying routers. We recommend real Juniper routers. By : SAYED QAISAR SHAH
Juniper Network Internetwork Associate By : SAYED QAISAR SHAH Objective/Exam Description Designed for experienced networking professionals with beginner-intermediate knowledge of the Juniper Networks Junos OS, networking fundamentals and basic internet routing. The JNCIA-Junos certification is valid for two years. Recertification is achieved by passing the current version of the JNCIA-Junos exam. Exam Code: JNO-101 Junos OS Fundamentals Explain the Junos OS architecture Describe the functions of the control and forwarding planes User Interface Options Describe the functions of the CLI modes List options for getting help and filtering output Explain options for moving around in the CLI Explain the Junos batch configuration model Modify and manage configuration files Describe the J-Web user interface Junos Configuration Basics Describe initial configuration steps and system maintenance Save and restore a rescue configuration Describe network interfaces and their associated properties Configure various types of interfaces List and describe user authentication methods Configure user accounts with default and custom login classes Describe, configure and monitor syslog and tracing Describe, configure and monitor configuration tasks, such as NTP, SNMP, and configuration archival
Operational Monitoring and Maintenance Explain how to view relevant interface statistics and errors in the CLI List ways of gathering state and health information for a Junos device Explain the purpose and syntax for various network utilities such as ping, traceroute, telnet, ssh etc. Identify the procedure for installing or upgrading Junos Explain how to reset a lost root password Routing Fundamentals By : SAYED QAISAR SHAH Define route preference and list some default route preferences Explain how to view the contents of the routing tables Explain how the routing and forwarding tables differ Describe and configure static routing List the advantages and applications of a dynamic routing protocol Routing Policy and Firewall Filters Define a term Explain when import and export policies are evaluated in relation to the learning and advertising of prefixes List several match criteria and actions for firewall filters and routing policy Explain some common match criteria and Identify the results of a route or packet with a given filter or policy Configure a routing policy and firewall filters Class of Service Describe class of service Networking Fundamentals Convert decimal to binary and binary to decimal Define the term broadcast domain and the purpose of a router Describe Ethernet operation Describe the purpose of the subnet mask Compare and contrast connection oriented and connnectionless protocols Explain how to segment large networks into smaller ones Identify the longest match from a routing table for a given destination