This course includes:
7 hours on-demand video
42 downloadable resources
Full lifetime access
Access on mobile and TV
Certificate of completion
Learn how to configure, deploy and manage Juniper Chassis Clusters in small and enterprise networks.
Build a high availability network using Juniper SRX & EX platforms.
- Learn Juniper Chassis clustering theory.
- Deploy Active/Passive and Active/Active cluster networks.
- Learn about Multihomed & Singlehomed deployments.
- Learn to interconnect SRX & EX clusters.
Powerful knowledge to have for anyone working in IT.
This course allows you to learn new skills or improve you current knowledge. You will gain solid understanding on how Juniper Clustering technology works.
Use of a live lab with real equipment will allow you to gain good understanding of various concepts. Each theory component is also explained in detail with help of diagrams, slides and voiceover.
Content and Overview
Suitable for intermediate & beginner users of Junos, this course has 7 hours of content to cover all aspects of Juniper Clustering. You will learn everything from fundamental theory to advanced topology designs that you can deploy yourself with ease.
Each chapter teaches a new concept and closes with a live lab in which we use Juniper CLI to configure what was learned.
Starting with basic introduction we will learn what clustering is and how it can be of benefit to us. We will move on to learn about essential component of our cluster such as Redundancy Groups, Reth Interfaces, Fabric/Control links & Priority.
With the basics mastered, we will move on to Juniper Cluster failover and learn how to configure our cluster to provide redundancy under failure conditions. We will also look into Link Aggregation to further improve redundancy and throughput.
We will also cover EX Virtual Chassis, which is another Juniper clustering technology for switching platforms.
Towards the end of our course we will finish up with real life topologies with aim to teach you how to deploy your cluster in a real enterprise environment. We will talk about security, NAT, FBF, BGP, static routing, Z-traffic & various other components.
In the topology section of the course you will have access to all configuration files which you can use as a reference. You will also have access to diagrams and slides.
Who this course is for:
- Network Engineers/Architects
- System Administrators
- IT Specialists