This one-day, introductory-level APJF course meets the business need of organizations deploying the attack prevention features of ScreenOS software. The course focuses specifically on the attack-related features and assumes familiarity with ScreenOS software. Upon completing this course, students will be able to successfully configure and verify the desired attack prevention features, having gaine experience in configuring, testing and troubleshooting these advanced security features through class demonstrations and hands-on labs.

Audience: Network engineers, technical support personnel, reseller support engineers and others responsible for implementing and or maintaining the Juniper Networks products covered in this course.
Course Duration: 1 day

This course assumes students have successfully completed the INSG 5.0 course or have equivalent experience with ScreenOS. Specifically, students need to be familiar with configuration of:

  • Ethernet and Internet
  • TCP/IP Operations
  • IP Addressing
  • Basic Network deployments
Course Objectives:

After successfully completing this course, students should be able to configure attack prevention features, including:

  • SCREEN options
  • Deep inspection
  • Anti-virus scanning
  • Configure URL filtering
  • Configure anti-spyware, anti-spam and anti-phishing filter
Course Outline:
  • Course Introduction


  • ScreenOS Basics Review
    • Concepts Review
    • Configuration Review


  • SCREEN Options
    • Multilayer Network Protection
    • Types of Attacks
    • SCREEN Options Configuration
    • Verifying Operations


  • Deep Inspection
    • Deep Inspection Overview
    • Attack Database Configuration
    • Policy Configuration
    • Logging and Monitoring


  • Antivirus
    • Antivirus Operations
    • Antivirus Configuration–Kaspersky
    • Antivirus Configuration–ICAP
    • Verifying Operations


  • Web Filtering
    • Web-Filtering Options
    • Web-Filtering Configuration
    • Verifying Operations


  • Antispam
    • Antispam Concepts
    • Antispam Configuration
    • Verifying Operations