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jncip: juniper networks certified internet professional study guide (exam cert-jncip-m)
JNCIP: Juniper Networks Certified Internet Professional Study Guide (Exam CERT-JNCIP-M)
byHarry Reynolds ISBN:0782140734
Sybex 2003 (686 pages)

This Study Guide provides the information and insights needed to approach--and pass--the JNCIP hands-on lab exam (CERT-JNCIP-M).

Table of Contents
JNCIP-Juniper Networks Certified Internet Professional Study Guide
Introduction
Chapter 1 - Initial Configuration and Platform Troubleshooting
Chapter 2 - Interface Configuration and Testing
Chapter 3 - OSPF Configuration and Testing
Chapter 4 - IS-IS Configuration and Testing
Chapter 5 - IBGP Configuration and Testing
Chapter 6 - EBGP Configuration and Testing
Glossary
Index
List of Figures
List of Tables
List of Listings
List of Sidebars

Back Cover

Here’s the book you need to prepare for the hands-on JNCIP exam, CERT-JNCIP-M, from Juniper Networks. Written by the Juniper Networks trainer who helped develop the exam, this Study Guide provides the information and insights you need to approach the challenging JNCIP hands-on lab exam with confidence.

Authoritative coverage of all test objectives, including:

  • Monitoring and troubleshooting router operation
  • Upgrading and backing up JUNOS software
  • Configuring Ethernet, Frame Relay, ATM, and HDLC
  • Monitoring traffic loads
  • Configuring, monitoring, and troubleshooting OSPF
  • Working with IS-IS
  • Manipulating IBGP routing
  • Monitoring EBGP operation

About the Author and Editor

Harry Reynolds, JNCIE #3, CCIE #4977, is the Curriculum Development Manager and a Senior Education Services Engineer at Juniper Networks Inc. He has written numerous training courses and has presented data communications and internetworking training classes for the last 15 years for a variety of organizations.

Jason Rogan, JNCIE #8, is Senior Engineer with Juniper Networks and Manager of the Juniper Networks Technical Certification Program (JNTCP). He is also a Juniper Networks Authorized Instructor.


JNCIP-Juniper Networks Certified Internet Professional Study Guide

Harry Reynolds

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To Our Valued Readers:

As internetworking technologies continue to pervade nearly every aspect of public and private industry worldwide, the demand grows for individuals who can demonstrate they possess the skills needed to manage these technologies. Recognizing this need, Juniper Networks—the leading provider of Internet infrastructure solutions that enable ISPs and other telecommunications companies to meet the demands of Internet growth—recently restructured its certification program to provide a clear path for the acquisition of these skills. Sybex is proud to have partnered with Juniper Networks and worked closely with members of the Juniper Networks Technical Certification Program to develop this Official Study Guide for the Juniper Networks Certified Internet Professional certification.

Just as Juniper Networks is committed to establishing measurable standards for certifying those professionals who work in the cutting-edge field of internetworking, Sybex is committed to providing those professionals with the means of acquiring the skills and knowledge they need to meet those standards. It has long been Sybex’s desire to help individuals acquire the technical knowledge and skills necessary to excel in the IT industry.

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This book is dedicated to my wife Anita, and to my daughters, Christina and Marissa. Anita, your willingness to “step up” and take in the slack afforded me the time I needed to complete this work; this book would not have been possible without you in my life. I thank and commend you all for tolerating the extension cords required to power my “pop lab” and for putting up with that pesky circuit breaker that needed resetting every time someone used the hairdryer. Thanks for accommodating me in this, my labor of love.

Acknowledgments

There are numerous people who deserve a round of thanks for assisting with this book. I would first like to thank Jason Rogan and Patrick Ames, who got this project started in the first place, and in the case of Jason, for providing editorial services to ensure that the certification program was not compromised. I would also like to thank Mae Lum, Linda Stephenson, and Maureen Adams at Sybex for keeping me on schedule and for getting the whole thing rolling. A very big thank-you goes out to the technical editors, Peter Moyer and Josef Buchsteiner. Both Peter and Josef worked very hard to keep me and the resulting book honest.

I would also like to thank Juniper Networks and my manager, Scott Edwards, for making this effort possible through arrangements that allowed me to access, borrow, or buy the equipment needed to build the test bed that formed the basis of this book.

—Harry Reynolds

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