This last part of the JUNOS Prep Series will introduce you to how rou:ng works and
specifically how it is configured in a JUNOS device. Besides actual rou:ng opera:ons,
you will learn about protocol independent rou:ng as well as OSPF configura:on, the
ini:al part of the course will help you get familiar with rou:ng decision processes and
the configura:on of rou:ng virtualiza:on through the use of rou:ng instances.
The second part of this course will deal with the use of rou:ng policies, both the default
system policies and how they affect the way routers import and exports actual rou:ng
informa:on, as well as custom policies you can create in order to affect the default
router decisions to something more suitable to your company policy.
The final part of this course will explain a rather versa:le tools in JUNOS, called firewall
filters; you will learn to filter and restrict traffic using firewall filters but also how to use it
for other more advanced func:ons such as QoS and an:-spoofing using Reverse Path
Forwarding checks. Upon comple:on of this last course, if you have followed and
prac:ced the en:re series you will be more than ready to take your JNCIA-JUNOS test
CCNA, CCNP R&S, CCNA Security, CCDA, CCDP, JNCIA, JNCIS-Sec, JNCIP-Sec, JNCIS-ENT, VCP-DCV, CEH (Certified Ethical Hacker)