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6VPE Adds IPv6 Support to the Existing MPLS VPN
6VPE adds IPv6 support to the existing MPLS VPN offerings without any upgrade/change to your IPV4 MPLS core, 6VPE is very similar to IPv4 L3 VPN and allows you to offer IPv6 native or dual stack VPNs. This training is appropriate for intermediate users with a background in the basics of IPv6, MPLS, IPV4 L3VPN and MPBGP in the Junos OS, or anyone looking to learn about 6VPE.
Advanced Junos Platform Automation and DevOps (AJAUT)

This four-day course provides hands-on experience with DevOps, and infrastructure as code (IaC) with devices running the Junos OS. You will learn the tools needed to operate an open-source DevOps environment, including Docker, GitLab, Ansible, Ansible AWX, The Robot Framework, Jenkins, NITA, Event-Driven-Automation with SaltStack, and CI/CD pipelines. Hands-on labs include utilizing the tools to build a working DevOps project using two Juniper vMX devices.
This course uses Junos OS Release 20.1R1.11, PyEZ 2.3.1, Python 3.8.2, Git 2.25, and Ansible 2.9.

Advanced Junos Service Provider Routing (AJSPR)

This five-day course is designed to provide students with detailed coverage of OSPF, IS-IS, BGP, and routing policy. Through demonstrations and hands-on labs, students will gain experience in configuring, monitoring, and troubleshooting the Junos operating system and in monitoring device and protocol operations. This course uses Juniper Networks vMX Series Routers for the hands-on component, but the lab environment does not preclude the course from being applicable to other Juniper hardware platforms running the Junos OS. This course is based on the Junos OS Release 19.3.

AS-Path Regular Expressions
This video demonstrates configuration examples of AS-Path regular expressions, which are pattern matching variables that can be referenced in a routing policy.
Automating VLAN Provisioning on Multiple Junos Devices Using Puppet for Junos
This video covers deploying same tagged and un-tagged VLANS on multiple Junos devices using a single Puppet manifest file to unleash the power of automation on the Junos platform.
Basic OSPFv2 Configuration
This video explains the initial steps to enable OSPFv2 on devices running the Junos OS. With a short lecture followed by a demonstration, this training is appropriate for new users, or anyone looking to learn about enabling OSPFv2 on Junos-based devices.
Basic Segment Routing Configuration with ISIS
This video covers how to configure and monitor segment routing using ISIS. This training is most appropriate for users who are new to working with segment routing.
Basic Segment Routing Configuration with OSPF
This video covers how to configure and monitor segment routing using OSPF. This training is most appropriate for users who are new to working with segment routing.
BGP Route Flap Damping
This video discusses the parameters used in route damping, configuration, and use in cases where EBGP links become unstable. This applies to all platforms and software versions.
BGP Routing: J-Web
This video covers how to configure BGP routing using J-Web. This training is most appropriate for users who are new to working with BGP routing or anyone looking for a quick-start guide of how to configure BGP routing using J-Web.
BGP Well-Known Communities
This video covers how to use BGP well-known communities in the Junos OS. This training is most appropriate for users who are familiar with using routing policies and communities to apply or change BGP route attributes in the Junos OS.
Change Your Junos Working Directory
This video demonstrates using the set cli directory command to change an administrators working directory on a Junos platform.
Class of Service Basics, Part 3: Policing
This video provides an introduction to the major components of CoS implementation on Junos devices. This video is the third in the series, digging into more detail on the policing component of Junos CoS. This training is most appropriate for users who want an overview of implementing CoS on Junos devices.
Configuration Archival
Configuration archival allows you to have the most recent configuration file automatically backed up to a remote device. The archival can be done when issuing a commit or at specific time intervals. This training demonstrates the configuration archival syntax and demonstrates how to check the success or failure of the file transfer.
Configuring AF Interfaces with Junos Node Slicing
Learn how to work with AF interfaces on MX devices within a Junos Node Slicing environment. This training is most appropriate for users who are new to working with AF interfaces and Junos Node Slicing or anyone looking for a quick-start guide of how to work with AF interfaces and Junos Node Slicing.
Configuring BFD for Static Routes Using the CLI
This video covers how to configure and verify BFD for static routes on Junos devices using the CLI. This training is most appropriate for users who are new to working with BFD for static routes on Junos devices or anyone looking for a quick-start guide of how to work with BFD for static routes on Junos devices.
Configuring Control Plane DDoS Protection
This video covers how to configure and verify control plane DDoS protection. This training is most appropriate for users who are new to working with control plane DDoS protection.
Configuring DNS and Static Hostnames on Junos Devices
This video explains hostname and domain name configuration, as well as name resolution options for devices running the Junos OS. With a short lecture followed by a demonstration, this training is appropriate for new users, or anyone looking to learn about device naming and name resolution on Junos-based devices.
Configuring Load Balancing Using the CLI
This video covers how to configure and verify load balancing on Junos devices using the CLI. This training is most appropriate for users who are new to working with load balancing on Junos devices or anyone looking for a quick-start guide of how to work with load balancing on Junos devices.
Configuring Load Balancing Using the J-Web
This video covers how to configure and verify load balancing on Junos devices using J-Web. This training is most appropriate for users who are new to working with load balancing on Junos devices or anyone looking for a quick-start guide of how to work with load balancing on Junos devices.
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