Here it is for those of your that are interested! It is my initial outline for this important course. This outline would only grow as I get deep into the material. So this initial outline represents the bare minimum of Nuggets that will be produced.
I hope to “see you” in class!
- Intro to JN0-102
- OSI and Things That Use It
- Ethernet and Optical Networks
- Layer 2 and Layer 2.5 Addressing
- IPv4 Subnetting and Supernetting
- Device Portfolio
- Juniper Architectures
- CLI Basics
- Managing Configurations
- Configuration Basics
- Routing Policy and Firewall Filters
- Quality of Service
I know, I know, you are super interested in many of these topics. Cool. Just watch, learn, and conquer.
7 thoughts on “CBT Nuggets JN0-102 Initial Outline”
Dear mr. Sequeira,
Over at CBT you recommend a SRX210 in case you want to build a home lab. I managed to find both a SRX210B and SRX210H. Which one of the two would you recommend or doesn’t it really matter as long as it is a SRX210
Kind regards and stay awesome
Yeah – for your home lab the only thing that would matter there is $$$$ – SAVE MONEY!!!! 🙂 Target a device running a later OS too…just like Cisco – the bigger the number of OS, the better as you will have more features to play with.
I would like to go down the rabbit hole of juniper for a while. So I would like to feature proof the lab for (JNCIS-SEC) JN0-332 in the back of my mind.
That being said is the series from Scott Moris for this certificate still valid and will there be more juniper training from CBT in the near future?
From what I gathered from the Juniper channel on IRC Freenode. B comes with the horse power followed by H and HE.
B comes with the least horsepower and so on … an edit button would have been useful in this case
LOL! No worries!
Yes – you will be set for JNCIS-SEC practice! Great stuff! The Scott Morris course is still valid, but in the future I will replace that course ad build out all of the Juniper tracks.
Great ,let me go and grab the B model for now