Juniper Networks Certified Associate – Part One
This course is designed for those interested to learn the first step towards gaining the Juniper Networks Certified Internet Associate or JNCIA Junos Certification from Juniper Networks and how to gain a solid foundational knowledge of networking to enhance your existing skill set.
About This CourseBeginner
Adding networking skills to any IT pro’s armory is a great idea for enhancing their career. In this course, Juniper Networking Fundamentals, you’ll learn the foundations of how networks work and how applications use them to function.
First, you’ll discover how computers communicate with each other over local and wide area networks, along with the internet. Next, you’ll explore examples of computers on a local area network (LAN) talking to each other and other local servers. After that, you’ll learn how they communicate over a wide area network (WAN) and the internet. Finally, you’ll dive into hands-on demos showing use of a Juniper switch or router running the Junos OS.
By the end of this course, you’ll have a solid foundational knowledge of networking to enhance your existing skill set, and be on your way to attaining the Juniper Networks JNCIA-Junos certification.
Who this course is for:
- This course is designed for network engineers.
Our Promise to You
By the end of this course, you will have learned the first step towards gaining the Juniper Networks Certified Internet Associate or JNCIA – Junos Certification from Juniper Networks.
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Section 1 - Collision Domains And Broadcast Domains
Network Reference Models
Reference Model Comparison
What Happens At Each Layer
Host To Host Communication
Section 2 - Function Of Routers And Switches
Example – Network Types
Section 3 - Optical Network Fundamentals
Optical Networking Key Concepts
Synchronous Optical Network, Synchronous Digital Hierarchy And Optical Transport Network
Section 4 - Ethernet Networks
Ethernet Wiring Systems
Virtual Local Area Networks
Section 5 - Addressing, Including Address Resolution
Data Transfers Over Ethernet
Resolving Ethernet Addresses
Section 6 - IPv4 And IPv6 Fundamentals
Network Layer Addresses
Internet Protocol Version 4 IPv4 Addresses
Interent Protocol Version 6 IPv6 Addresses
Section 7 - IP Addressing Including Subnet Masks
IP Subnet Masks
The 3 Key TCP IP Parameters
IP Address Classes
Special IP Addresses
Section 8 - Subnetting And Supernetting
Section 9 -Decimal To Binary Conversion
Binary And IP addresses
Converting Decimal To Binary
Converting Binary To Decimal
Section 10 - Longest Match Routing
Longest Match Routing Explained
Section 11 - Connection Oriented Vs. Connection Less Protocols
Transport Layer Protocols
User Datagram Protocol UDP
Transmission Control Protocol
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