Moving Towards JNCIE

Posted on November 1, 2009. Filed under: JNCIE, Juniper, Professional, tips for JNCIE |

Moving towards JNCIE is not very easy. Alot of things to cover, many milestones to achieve, needs to practice alot of things. Well so far i have started as usual i did in JNCIP just following the book and practicing as much as i can.

  1. Network Discovery
  2. MPLS  and Traffic Engineering
  3. Firewall Filters and Traffic Sampling
  4. Multicast
  5. IPV6
  6. Class of Servic
  7. VPNS

I have gone through the book once. Trying it second time and doing the hands on practice also this time.

The recommended stuf to perpare for that is JNCIE Study Guide a great book and Advanced VPNs Training of Juniper.


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Yes i’m agreed with Dacoo, actually i have required suggestion, i love Cisco i have gone through the CCNA,CCNP,SNPA & now i’m studing Cvoice MPLS VPNS & traffic engineering,i use to study CCIE routing & switching as well but on the other hand i want to study Juniper as well please suggest me from where i should start Juniper?


you can start from JNCIA book.

There are total 4 books of Juniper which have everything. JNCIA JNCIS JNCIP JNCIE study guides available on juniper website easily.

Please feel free to ask anything if you have an question while reading book.

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