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JNCIA: Juniper Networks Certified Internet Associate Study Guide: Exam JN0-201

JNCIA: Juniper Networks Certified Internet Associate Study Guide: Exam JN0-201

Joseph M. Soricelli, John L. Hammond, Galina Diker Pildush, Thomas E. Van Meter, Todd M. Warble

ISBN: 978-0-782-14071-2

Feb 2003

640 pages

Select type: Hardcover

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Here's the book you need to prepare for the JNCIA exam, JN0-201, from Juniper Networks. Written by a team of Juniper Network trainers and engineers, this Study Guide provides:
  • Assessment testing to focus and direct your studies
  • In-depth coverage of official test objectives
  • Hundreds of challenging practice questions, in the book and on the CD

Authoritative coverage of all test objectives, including:

  • Working with the JUNOS software
  • Implementing Juniper Networks boot devices
  • Troubleshooting Routing Information Protocol
  • Implementing a routing policy
  • Configuring and monitoring an OSPF Network
  • Implementing Border Gateway Protocol
  • Monitoring and troubleshooting an IS-IS network
  • Understanding the Reverse Path Forwarding process
  • Operating firewall filters
  • Using Multiprotocol Label Switching

Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.

Introduction. Assessment Test. Chapter 1 The Components of a Juniper Networks Router. Chapter 2 Interfaces. Chapter 3 Protocol-Independent Routing. Chapter 4 Routing Policy . Chapter 5 The Routing Information Protocol (RIP). Chapter 6 Open Shortest Path First (OSPF). Chapter 7 Intermediate System to Intermediate System (IS-IS). Chapter 8 Border Gateway Protocol (BGP). Chapter 9 Multicast. Chapter 10 Firewall Filters. Chapter 11 Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS). Glossary. Index.

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Combined Errata

Page 31

3rd Sentence Should read: "To assist you in making this transition, let's examine some details of the router's output."

Page 47

"since your interaction with the Packet Forwarding Engine is through the CLI" Should read: "... since your interaction with the Packet Forwarding Engine is limited through the CLI and the JUNOS software."

Page 104

Answer 6 Second sentence should read "Scrambling and FCS Value are physical properties."

Page 138

Near bottom of page, the route prompt should show "user@Merlot"

Page 139

First router configuration line should read "user@Merlot"

Page 206

Automatic summarization - Should read: "This occurs due to the classful nature of RIP as described above."

Page 251

Should read: "... and injects it into the appropriate area."

Page 340

First sentence should read: "The Cabernet and Shiraz routers are EBGP peers in AS 10 and AS 20, respectively."

Page 342

Should read: "... and finally arrived in the local AS 64999."

Page 343

Should read: "Assuming a local AS number of 64999, in our earlier ..."

Page 383

Please change 0x01:11:01 into 0x01:10:01
Please change 0x01:11:01 into 0x01:10:01

Also change 0x01:00:5E:01:11:01 into 0x01:00:5E:01:10:01

Page 485

Should read: "The default action for an LSR is to copy the IP TTL ..."

Page 511

Should read: "The interval is changed on Chardonnay's so-0/0/2.0 interface ( to 20 seconds:"

Page 116,117

Discussing Aggregated Routes the book specifies that the most precise summary available to fit this criterion is it should read

Page 288,289

Text output that is included in figure 7.8 -Please change the router capture output from"hold time 9" to "hold time 27".

Page xli

Answer 17 Please change " /17" to " /17".