DescriptionHere's the book you need to prepare for the hands-on JNCIP exam, CERT-JNCIP-M, from Juniper Networks. Written by the Juniper Network trainer who helped develop the exam, this Study Guide provides the information and insights you need to approach the challenging JNCIP hands-on lab with confidence.
Authoritative coverage of all test objectives, including:
- Monitoring and troubleshooting router operation
- Upgrading and backing up JUNOS
- Monitoring traffic loads
- Configuring a variety of interfaces, including Ethernet, Frame Relay, ATM, and HDLC
- Configuring, monitoring, and troubleshooting OSPF
- Working with IS-IS
- Manipulating IBGP routing
- Monitoring EBGP operation
Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.
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.
Listing 1.2: last line should read "root@r1# set ops allow-commands "show interfaces " the $ should be deleted.
Second code line reads allow-commands "show interfaces"; should read allow-commands "show interfaces "; Note: the space between interfaces and the quotation mark is essential.
Under IBGP Authentication, first bullet point should read " r3, r4, and r5 authenticate to each other using key jni."
Second para from the bottom of the page, "BGP speaker 10.0.3.4 (r3)" should read "BGP speaker 10.0.3.4 (r4)"
Listing 5.5: insertion of two additional code lines. .
The code should read as follows with the insertions. Correct complete code listing can be accessed on the companion CD:
Figure 6.3, line 2 of figure label reads "lab@r6# show" should read "lab@r3# show"