This self-paced course is designed to cover best practices, theory, and design principles for overall network design and will serve as the prerequisite course for other design subject areas including: data center, security, and WAN

The content of Open Learning course provides general network design instruction but is not aligned with the current JNCIA-Design exam (JN0-1103). Candidates looking to prepare for the JNCIA-Design exam (JN0-1103) should consider attending the instructor-led version of the Juniper Network Design Fundamentals. course or wait until the updated Open Learning version becomes available in the Q1 2024 timeframe.


Purchase Includes: 6 Months of Access
Certification Track: Design
Difficulty Level: Foundational
Last Updated: Wednesday, June 16, 2021
Subscription Details
  • 6 months of access to the online course materials from date of registration.
  • Virtual Labs are not included.
  • On-Demand courses do not include an eBook.
  • Opportunity to earn a discounted certification exam voucher.
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Course Modules
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1
Module 1: Course Introduction
This module provides an introduction to the course.
5m
2
Module 2: Network Design Fundamentals

A Need for Design. Knowledge is King. A Proposed Design Methodology. A Reference Network.

30m
3
Module 3: Understanding Customer Requirements

RFP Requirements. Scoping the Design Project . Analyzing the Data.

30m
4
Module 4: Organizing the Data

Processing the Data and Requests. Understanding Boundaries and Scope. Design Proposal Considerations.

35m
5
Module 5: Securing the Network

Why Secure the Network? Security Design Considerations.

30m
6
Module 6: Creating the Design - Campus

The Campus Network: An Overview. Best Practices and Considerations. Architectural Design Options.

58m
7
Module 7: Creating the Design - WAN

The WAN: An Overview. Best Practices and Considerations. WAN Design Examples.

45m
8
Module 8: Creating the Design - Data Center

The Data Center: An Overview. Best Practices and Considerations. Data Center Design Examples.

1h 30m
9
Module 9: Business Continuity and Network Enhancements

Business Continuity Planning. High Availability Design Considerations and Best Practices. Offerings and Solutions. CoS and Traffic Engineering Considerations. Environmental Design.

40m
10
Module 10: Network Management

Designing for Network Management.

44m
11
Module 11: Automation

Designing for Network Automation.

38m
12
Module 12: Network Migration Strategies

Migration Overview. Migration Approaches. Migration Examples.

25m
13
Module 13: Sample Campus Designs

Campus Topology Examples.

43m
14
Module 14: Putting Network Design into Practice

Network Design Recap. Responding to the RFP. Final Lab Introduction.

40m
15
Design, Associate (JNCIA-Design) Voucher Assessment Test
You will have three total attempts to pass the voucher assessment test. If you score 70% or higher you will receive a Pearson Vue discount voucher code for the actual written certification exam. The voucher code will be emailed to you upon successful completion. You may also find the voucher code under your Training History. There are no exceptions to the number of attempts. The voucher code is only valid for a maximum of 30 days. You must schedule and complete your exam within the 30-day window. Voucher extensions or replacements will not be provided.
1h 20m
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