This five-day course helps students prepare for the Juniper Networks Certified Internet Expert – Service Provider (JNCIE-SP) exam. The course focuses on caveats and tips useful for potential test candidates and emphasizes hands-on practice through a series of timed lab simulations.
On the final day of the course, students are given a six-hour lab simulation emulating the testing topics and environment from the real exam. All labs in this course are facilitated by Junosphere virtual lab devices and are available after hours for additional practice time.

Audience: This course benefits individuals who have already honed their skills on Service Provider routing and switching technologies but require practical experience in the lab environment, practice and tips in preparation for the JNCIE-SP exam.
Course Duration: 5 days
Prerequisites:

Students should pass the Juniper Networks Certified Internet Professional – Enterprise (JNCIP-SP) written exam prior to taking this course or possess an equal level of expertise.

Course Objectives:

After successfully completing this course, students will be:

  • Better prepared for success in taking the JNCIE-SP lab performance exam
  • Well-versed in exam topics, environment and conditions that apply to advanced Service Provider Network conditions

After successfully completing this course, students will be:

  • Better prepared for success in taking the JNCIE-SP lab performance exam
  • Well-versed in exam topics, environment and conditions that apply to advanced Service Provider Network conditions
Course Outline:
  • Course Introduction

 

  • Exam Strategies
    • Preparing for Your Exam
    • The Testing Environment
    • State of the Network
    • Testing Tips
    • Exam Completion

 

  • Device Infrastructure
    • High Availability
    • Aggregated Ethernet Interfaces
    • Secure and Monitor Junos Devices
    • Basic Automation with OP, Event and Commit Scripts

 

  • IGP Implementation
    • Implementing IS-IS
    • Implementing OSPF v2 and OSPF v3

 

Day Two

 

  • IGP Troubleshooting
    • Troubleshooting Routing Loops in the IGP
    • Troubleshooting IGP Adjacencies

 

  • BGP Implementation
    • BGP Configuration and Implementation
    • BGP Routing Policy

 

  • BGP Troubleshooting
    • BGP Troubleshooting

 

Day Three

 

  • Multicast Implementation
    • PIM Sparse Mode Implementation
    • MSDP Anycast-RP Implementation

 

  • Class of Service Implementation
    • Inet-Precedence, DSCP, EXP, and 802.1p Markings
    • Behavior Aggregate and Multifield Classification
    • Drop Profiles
    • Rewrite Rules

 

Day Four

 

  • MPLS Implementation
    • MPLS Implementation

 

  • MPLS VPN Implementation
    • MPLS VPN Implementation

 

Day Five

 

  • JNCIE Full Lab Simulation

 

  • Course Introduction

 

  • Exam Strategies
    • Preparing for Your Exam
    • The Testing Environment
    • State of the Network
    • Testing Tips
    • Exam Completion

 

  • Device Infrastructure
    • High Availability
    • Aggregated Ethernet Interfaces
    • Secure and Monitor Junos Devices
    • Basic Automation with OP, Event and Commit Scripts

 

  • IGP Implementation
    • Implementing IS-IS
    • Implementing OSPF v2 and OSPF v3

 
Day Two
 

  • IGP Troubleshooting
    • Troubleshooting Routing Loops in the IGP
    • Troubleshooting IGP Adjacencies

 

  • BGP Implementation
    • BGP Configuration and Implementation
    • BGP Routing Policy

 

  • BGP Troubleshooting
    • BGP Troubleshooting

 
Day Three
 

  • Multicast Implementation
    • PIM Sparse Mode Implementation
    • MSDP Anycast-RP Implementation

 

  • Class of Service Implementation
    • Inet-Precedence, DSCP, EXP, and 802.1p Markings
    • Behavior Aggregate and Multifield Classification
    • Drop Profiles
    • Rewrite Rules

 
Day Four
 

  • MPLS Implementation
    • MPLS Implementation

 

  • MPLS VPN Implementation
    • MPLS VPN Implementation

 
Day Five
 

  • JNCIE Full Lab Simulation