The JNCIP-SP Certification curriculum includes 8 days of training that covers technology aspects that meet the Junos Professional Certification tier for the Service Provider. Students attending this event series will take part in 2 courses (after meeting prerequisites) as part of the certification, including Routing and Switching technology and protocols running Junos Software.
Key topics include user interface options with a heavy focus on the command-line interface, configuration tasks typically associated with the initial setup of devices, interface configuration basics, secondary system configuration, and the basics of operational monitoring and maintenance of devices running JUNOS Software. Students will also learn routing principles and concepts, configuring policies and firewall filters, and class of service (CoS).
This Bundle prepares students for the JNCIP-SP Certification, whose topics are based on the content of these courses:

  • JCOS: Junos Class of Service
  • JMR: Junos Multicast Routing

Note: Part two of the JNCIP-SP Bundle includes AJSPR: Advanced Junos Service Provider Routing course which is taken separately.

Audience: Network engineers, support personnel, reseller support, and others responsible for implementing Juniper products in a Service provider environment or aiming to become certified engineers will find the most value in this course.
Course Duration: 4 Days
Prerequisites:

Students should have already attained their JNCIA-JUNOS certification which includes the technology learned in the IJOS: Introduction to the Junos Operating System and the JRE: Junos Routing Essentials courses. Students should also have the skills taught in the Juniper courses: JIR: Junos Intermediate Routing and JSPX: Junos Service Provider Switching.

Course Objectives:

This series of courses provides students an overview of Service Provider switching concepts such configuring various OSPF area types, implementing IS-IS routing policies, implementing advanced BGP peers, configuring Class of Service, and detailed coverage of multicast protocols including Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP), Protocol Independent Multicast-Dense Mode (PIM-DM), Protocol Independent Multicast-Sparse Mode (PIM-SM), and Multicast Source Discovery Protocol (MSDP). This course also covers Routing topics that are germane to the JNCIP-SP Certification exam now available at Pearson-VUE testing centers.

Refer to each course for detailed content, a general outline of course content includes:

  • Configure and verify behavior aggregate (BA) and multifield (MF) classification
  • Configure and verify two-color and tricolor marking policers
  • Configure and verify schedulers and their components
  • Configure and verify the multiple levels of hierarchical schedulers
  • Configure and verify packet header rewriting
  • Configure and verify class-based forwarding
  • Create a CoS configuration based on a set of design requirements
  • Identify the need for reverse path forwarding (RPF) in multicast
  • Configure and monitor IGMP
  • Describe rendezvous point (RP) discovery options
  • Configure and monitor PIM dense and sparse modes
  • Configure and monitor rendezvous point discovery mechanisms
  • Configure and monitor MSDP
  • Describe the basic requirements, benefits, and caveat of SSM
  • Configure and monitor SSM
  • Describe the default PIM sparse mode information distribution
  • Identify the role of a policy in controlling MSDP message advertisement
  • Explain how to use a policy to scope multicast groups

This series of courses provides students an overview of Service Provider switching concepts such configuring various OSPF area types, implementing IS-IS routing policies, implementing advanced BGP peers, configuring Class of Service, and detailed coverage of multicast protocols including Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP), Protocol Independent Multicast-Dense Mode (PIM-DM), Protocol Independent Multicast-Sparse Mode (PIM-SM), and Multicast Source Discovery Protocol (MSDP). This course also covers Routing topics that are germane to the JNCIP-SP Certification exam now available at Pearson-VUE testing centers.
Refer to each course for detailed content, a general outline of course content includes:

  • Configure and verify behavior aggregate (BA) and multifield (MF) classification
  • Configure and verify two-color and tricolor marking policers
  • Configure and verify schedulers and their components
  • Configure and verify the multiple levels of hierarchical schedulers
  • Configure and verify packet header rewriting
  • Configure and verify class-based forwarding
  • Create a CoS configuration based on a set of design requirements
  • Identify the need for reverse path forwarding (RPF) in multicast
  • Configure and monitor IGMP
  • Describe rendezvous point (RP) discovery options
  • Configure and monitor PIM dense and sparse modes
  • Configure and monitor rendezvous point discovery mechanisms
  • Configure and monitor MSDP
  • Describe the basic requirements, benefits, and caveat of SSM
  • Configure and monitor SSM
  • Describe the default PIM sparse mode information distribution
  • Identify the role of a policy in controlling MSDP message advertisement
  • Explain how to use a policy to scope multicast groups
Course Outline:

Day 1

  • Course Introduction
  • JCOS Chapter 2: Cos Overview
    • CoS History and Evolution
    • CoS and DiffServe
    • CoS Fields and Packet Headers
    • CoS Processing
  • JCOS Chapter 3: Packet Classification
    • Classification Overview
    • Forwarding Classes and Packet Loss Priority
    • Fixed Classification
    • Behavior Aggregate Classification
  • JCOS Chapter 4: Policing
    • Policing Overview
    • Single-Rate Two-Color Policer
    • Tricolor Marking Policers
    • Application-Directly on an Interface
    • Application-Within a Firewall Filter
  • JCOS Chapter 5: Scheduling
    • Scheduling Overview
    • Transmission Rate
    • Queue Priority
    • Delay Buffers
    • Drop Profiles and Drop Profile Maps
    • Scheduling Configuration

Day 2

  • JCOS Chapter 6: Hierarchical Scheduling
    • Hierarchical Scheduling Overview
    • Scheduler Modes
    • Hierarchical Scheduling Levels
    • Throughout Example
    • Remaining Traffic
    • Queue Properties in a Hierarchical Scheduling Context
    • Putting It All Together
  • JCOS Chapter 7: Rewrite Rules
    • Packet Header Rewrite Overview
    • Rewrite Rules and Tables
    • Rewrite Combinations
  • JCOS Chapter 8: CoS-Based Forwarding
    • CBF Overview
    • CBF Configuration
    • Lab 6: Configuring CBF
  • JCOS Chapter 9: Case Study
    • VOIP Case Study Overview
    • VOIP Case Study: Ingress Node
    • VOIP Case Study: Transit and Egress Nodes
  • Appendix A: CoS Processing on M Series, T Series, and MX Series Devices (may not be covered during class lecture)

Day 3

  • JMR Chapter 2: Introduction to Multicast
    • Overview of Multicast
    • Multicast Addresses
    • Reverse Path Forwarding
    • Internet Group Management Protocol
  • JMR Chapter 3: Multicast Routing Protocol
    • Overview of Multicast Routing Protocols
    • PIM-DM
    • PIM-SM

Day 4

  • JMR Chapter 4: MSDP
    • MSDP
    • Anycast RP
  • JMR Chapter 5: Source-Specific Multicast
    • Overview and SSM Operation
    • IGMPv3 and SSM
    • PIM-SM and SSM
    • SSM Case Study
  • JMR Chapter 6: Multicast and Policy
    • Filtering PIM Join Messages
    • Implementing a Scope Policy
    • Filtering BSR Messages
    • Filtering SA Messages

Day 1

  • Course Introduction
  • JCOS Chapter 2: Cos Overview
    • CoS History and Evolution
    • CoS and DiffServe
    • CoS Fields and Packet Headers
    • CoS Processing
  • JCOS Chapter 3: Packet Classification
    • Classification Overview
    • Forwarding Classes and Packet Loss Priority
    • Fixed Classification
    • Behavior Aggregate Classification
  • JCOS Chapter 4: Policing
    • Policing Overview
    • Single-Rate Two-Color Policer
    • Tricolor Marking Policers
    • Application-Directly on an Interface
    • Application-Within a Firewall Filter
  • JCOS Chapter 5: Scheduling
    • Scheduling Overview
    • Transmission Rate
    • Queue Priority
    • Delay Buffers
    • Drop Profiles and Drop Profile Maps
    • Scheduling Configuration

Day 2

  • JCOS Chapter 6: Hierarchical Scheduling
    • Hierarchical Scheduling Overview
    • Scheduler Modes
    • Hierarchical Scheduling Levels
    • Throughout Example
    • Remaining Traffic
    • Queue Properties in a Hierarchical Scheduling Context
    • Putting It All Together
  • JCOS Chapter 7: Rewrite Rules
    • Packet Header Rewrite Overview
    • Rewrite Rules and Tables
    • Rewrite Combinations
  • JCOS Chapter 8: CoS-Based Forwarding
    • CBF Overview
    • CBF Configuration
    • Lab 6: Configuring CBF
  • JCOS Chapter 9: Case Study
    • VOIP Case Study Overview
    • VOIP Case Study: Ingress Node
    • VOIP Case Study: Transit and Egress Nodes
  • Appendix A: CoS Processing on M Series, T Series, and MX Series Devices (may not be covered during class lecture)

Day 3

  • JMR Chapter 2: Introduction to Multicast
    • Overview of Multicast
    • Multicast Addresses
    • Reverse Path Forwarding
    • Internet Group Management Protocol
  • JMR Chapter 3: Multicast Routing Protocol
    • Overview of Multicast Routing Protocols
    • PIM-DM
    • PIM-SM

Day 4

  • JMR Chapter 4: MSDP
    • MSDP
    • Anycast RP
  • JMR Chapter 5: Source-Specific Multicast
    • Overview and SSM Operation
    • IGMPv3 and SSM
    • PIM-SM and SSM
    • SSM Case Study
  • JMR Chapter 6: Multicast and Policy
    • Filtering PIM Join Messages
    • Implementing a Scope Policy
    • Filtering BSR Messages
    • Filtering SA Messages