- Tapa dura: 800 páginas
- Editor: Sybex Inc.,U.S.; Edición: Study Guide ed. (18 de mayo de 2004)
- Colección: Study Guides (Sybex)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 0782140726
- ISBN-13: 978-0782140729
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JNCIS: Juniper Networks Certified Internet Specialist Study Guide (JNO-303) (Study Guides (Sybex)) (Inglés) Tapa dura – 18 may 2004
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Here's the book you need to prepare for JNCIS exam, JN0-303, 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 JNCIS with confidence. Authoritative coverage of all test objectives, including: evaluating the outcome of a policy using a subroutine; identifying the configuration of OSPF route summarization; describing ISO network addressing as it applies to IS-IS; configuring BGP route flap damping; defining the methods available to scope multicast traffic; identifying the differences between a Layer 2 and a Layer 3 VPN; identifying firewall filter capabilities and applications for securing a network; and configuring IPv6 on a Juniper Networks router.
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Joseph M. Soricelli, JNCIE # 14, CCIE #4803, is a Professional Services Engineer at Juniper Networks Inc. He is the editor of and a contributing author to the JNCIA: Juniper Networks Certified Internet Associate Study Guide. He has also written numerous training courses throughout his 10--year career in the networking industry.
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As far as being a reference for this information without regard to the certification, I like it.
It is well written and makes sense. I have several other certifications (MCSE NTv3.51 '97 through CCIE '00 and CCVP '06) and this book works as well or better than the books I had for those certifications.
If you don't mind an electronic copy, the PDF of this book has been made available without cost on Juniper's web site.
Topics range from a demonstration of how OSPF calculates routes, with a sideline discussion of the new standard Graceful Restart to splitting multicast traffic onto different links than unicast traffic in a network that carries both types of traffic.
There is coverage of items that seem to often come up in Juniper study discussions, such as the differences between Martini and Compella layer 2 VPNs, for example, as well as example scenarios and sample configurations that show you how to get them working in your lab or in real life.
If you want to do some serious studying, and are willing to put the time and effort in, this book will help you pass the JNCIS exam.
The book assumes that the reader has at least a JNCIA level of experience, so it skips most of the introductory topics such as CLI and hardware architecture covered in the JNCIA guide. Although I think that a person could pass the JNCIS if they just studied this book very well, it would be much easier if they have some basic knowledge and experience with Juniper M and T series routers (at least at the "JNCIA level").