Junos OS Fundamentals

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Explain the Junos OS architecture Describe the functions of the control and forwarding planes

User Interface Options
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Describe the functions of the CLI modes List options for getting help and filtering output Explain options for moving around in the CLI Explain the Junos batch configuration model Modify and manage configuration files Describe the J-Web user interface

Junos Configuration Basics
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Describe initial configuration steps and system maintenance Save and restore a rescue configuration Describe network interfaces and their associated properties Configure various types of interfaces List and describe user authentication methods Configure user accounts with default and custom login classes Describe, configure and monitor syslog and tracing Describe, configure and monitor configuration tasks, such as NTP, SNMP, and configuration archival

Operational Monitoring and Maintenance
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Explain how to view relevant interface statistics and errors in the CLI List ways of gathering state and health information for a Junos device Explain the purpose and syntax for various network utilities such as ping, traceroute, telnet, ssh etc. Identify the procedure for installing or upgrading Junos Explain how to reset a lost root password

Routing Fundamentals
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Define route preference and list some default route preferences Explain how to view the contents of the routing tables Explain how the routing and forwarding tables differ Describe and configure static routing List the advantages and applications of a dynamic routing protocol

Routing Policy and Firewall Filters
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Define a term Explain when import and export policies are evaluated in relation to the learning and advertising of prefixes List several match criteria and actions for firewall filters and routing policy Explain some common match criteria and

y y Identify the results of a route or packet with a given filter or policy Configure a routing policy and firewall filters Class of Service y Describe class of service Networking Fundamentals y y y y y y y Convert decimal to binary and binary to decimal Define the term broadcast domain and the purpose of a router Describe Ethernet operation Describe the purpose of the subnet mask Compare and contrast connection oriented and connectionless protocols Explain how to segment large networks into smaller ones Identify the longest match from a routing table for a given destination .

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