So you did amazingly awesome work and you earned your Cisco CCENT (ICND1) or CCNA (ICND1/2). Now you are ready to compliment these skills with the associate level certification from Juniper.
No problem – just turn to the following Nuggets out of JN0-102. (NOTE: As of this post a couple of these Nuggets are still pending review and not posted yet, but will be in a matter of a day.)
Now please keep in mind, you might want to view some of the Nuggets not in this list if you believe you might need some review of the networking fundamentals type content!
1. Intro to JN0-102
2. Your JN0-102 Flash Cards
10. The Juniper Device Portfolio
11. Juniper Device Architectures
12. CLI Modes and HELP
13. Managing Configurations
14. Restoring Factory Defaults
15. Juniper User Accounts
16. Juniper Device Interfaces
17. Additional Initial Configuration Elements
18. Logging and Tracing
19. Config Archive and the Rescue Config
20. Monitoring Juniper Devices
21. Juniper Device Maintenance
23. Routing Policy and Firewall Filters
6 thoughts on “CCENT or CCNA to JNCIA-Junos – No Problem!”
Do you think this is enough to pass the JCNIA exam?
Yes – that was the point of this post. If you are a CCENT or CCNA – the above Nuggets are what you need. Again, please keep in mind I am assuming you do not need a refresh in any of the CCENT or CCNA areas.
Do you have plan will make courses to JNCIS SP, JNCIS ENT, JNCIP SP/ENT/SEC?
Oh yes! The response to JNCIA has been amazing and warrants the other courses and tracks!
No ETA yet to report on other courses for Juniper. They are in the queue…