Juniper Service Provider Edge Security (JSPES)

Juniper Service Provider Edge Security (JSPES) 

This three-day course discusses edge security concepts for the service provider network. It discusses security for 5G networks on the main GPRS interfaces. Key topics include deploying an SRX Series device in different parts of the service provider network, implementing CGNAT, DDoS, malware inspection, command-and-control prevention, IPsec tunnels, 5G security, control plane hardening, and BGP hardening. Students will gain experience in configuring, testing, and troubleshooting the Junos OS through demonstrations and hands-on labs. This course is based on Junos OS 21.1R1.11.



Important Notice
  • On September 20, 2021, the Junos Edge Security Services (JESS) course will be replaced with a new three-day course, Juniper Service Provider Edge Security (JSPES) View course datasheet (pdf).
    The JESS-12A course will not be available after September 20, 2021.

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Course Level

Juniper Service Provider Edge Security is an intermediate-level course.

Intended Audience

This course benefits individuals responsible for implementing, monitoring, and troubleshooting Juniper security components.

Prerequisites

Students should have an intermediate level of TCP/IP networking and security knowledge. Students should also attend the Introduction to Juniper Security (IJSEC) course before attending this class.

Objectives

After successfully completing this course, you should be able to:

  • Define the general security architecture for 4G and 5G networks.
  • Configure data plane security protections.
  • Explain DoS and DDoS attacks.
  • Describe BGP Flowspec in protecting against DDoS attacks.
  • Explain the Corero solution for DDoS attacks.
  • Describe the use of stateful firewalls.
  • Explain the use of ALGs in stateful security firewalls.
  • Explain how to secure BGP on Junos devices.
  • Describe how to use IPsec to secure traffic.
  • Explain the new IoT threat to networks.
  • Describe AutoVPN IPsec architectures.
  • Explain the use and configuration of CGNAT on SRX devices.

 

Course Agenda

Day 1

Module 1: Course Introduction

Module 2: Security Challenges for Service Providers

  • Describe limitations of security devices
  • Describe DDoS attack threats
  • Describe BGP security threats
  • Explain IP address depletion challenges
  • Describe 5G security challenges

Module 3: Juniper Networks Solutions for Service Providers

  • Describe Juniper Networks’ security solutions for the service provider challenges

Module 4: Stateful Firewalls

  • Describe stateless firewall filters
  • Describe stateful firewall policies
  • Describe screens and ALGs
  • Explain asymmetrical routing
  • Lab 1: Configure Stateful Firewalls

Module 5: 5G Architecture using SRX Devices

  • Describe security insertion points
  • Describe 5G network evolution

Module 6: DDoS Protection

  • Explain DDoS history and common protections
  • Describe SRX DDoS protection
  • Describe BGP FlowSpec
  • Describe Corero with MX DDoS protection
  • Lab 2: DDoS Protection

Day 2

7: Carrier-Grade NAT

  • Explain IPv4 address exhaustion
  • Describe Source NAT
  • Describe CGNAT
  • Describe NAT64
  • Lab 3: CGNAT

Module 8: Juniper Connected Security for Service Providers

  • Explain Juniper Connected Security
  • Describe SecIntel feeds
  • Describe a use case for IoT protection
  • Lab 4: Implementing Juniper Connected Security

Module 9: IPsec Overview

  • Describe the IPsec and IKE protocols
  • Configure site-to-site IPsec VPNs
  • Describe and configure Proxy IDs and Traffic selectors
  • Monitor site-to-site IPsec VPNs
  • Describe IPsec use with gNodeB devices
  • Lab 5: Site-to-Site IPsec VPN

Module 10: Scaling IPsec

  • Describe and implement PKI certificates in Junos OS
  • Describe AutoVPN
  • Describe SecGW firewall use case for scaling IPsec
  • Lab 6: Configuring AutoVPN

Day 3

Module 11: GPRS and GTP

  • Describe how to secure GTP tunnels
  • Describe the GPRS protocol
  • Describe the GTP
  • Explain how Roaming Firewall secures GTP

Module 12: SCTP

  • Describe the SCTP
  • Lab 7: Video about Implementing the Roaming Firewall (Demo)

Module 13: Securing the Control Plane

  • Explain how to secure the control plane on Junos devices
  • Describe how the loopback filter works to secure the control plane
  • Explain how to protect the control plane from DDoS attacks
  • Describe how to secure the IGP against attacks
  • Lab 8: Configure Control Plane Protections

Module 14: Securing the BGP

  • Describe how to secure the BGP
  • Describe BGP security features
  • Describe BGP dampening
  • Lab 9: Configure BGP protections

Schedule
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Date  Subject Region Location Facilitator Language Status
1/11/2022 7:30 AM PST Juniper Service Provider Edge Security (JSPES) - ILO Americas (AMER) Instructor-led Online Juniper Networks English Open
3/23/2022 9:00 AM CET Juniper Service Provider Edge Security (JSPES) - OILO Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) Instructor-led Online Juniper Networks English Open
3/28/2022 7:30 AM PST Juniper Service Provider Edge Security (JSPES) - ILO Americas (AMER) Instructor-led Online Juniper Networks English Open
5/30/2022 9:00 AM CET Juniper Service Provider Edge Security (JSPES) - ILO Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) Instructor-led Online Juniper Networks English Open