JUNOS as a Routing Language

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JUNOS as a
Routing

Language

Proposed Agenda Prepared for
DISA

This customized course is designed as an instructor
-
led, three day onsite presentation to be provided
to
DISA
, for up to
18

individuals. This outline is suggested content and can be customized
to
DISA’s

requirements. Appropriate equipment will be provided by Juniper for all lab work and will be
accessed remotely. Prior to the course, it is recommended that students attend
a

free, online
Computer Based Training course.
This

course

i
s an introd
uction to JUNOS as a Routing Language.
The course

i
s located at the following URL:

http://www.juniper.net/trai ning/elearning/jsl.html


Day 1: JUNOS CLI and Architecture Review


Module 0:

Welcome and Introductions



Class Introductions



Class Agenda



Juniper Certification Fast Track Program and Education Offerings



Module 1: JUNOS Architecture Overview



Separation on control and forwarding



PFE packet flow



Interface and Component Nomenclature




Module 2:
JUNOS CLI and Initial System Configuration



Operational Mode (accessing router, command completion, emacs, pipe commands, etc.)



Configuration Mode (configuration commands, rollback, compare)



Initial Configuration (users, interfaces, syslog, nt
p, dns, etc.)



Software Upgrades and Operation, File Management



Traceoptions



Labs 1 and 2: CLI Review and Initial Configuration


Module 3: Routing Options and Understanding JUNOS Routing Tables



Static Routes, Aggregate Routes, Generated Routes



JUNOS Route T
ables and the Martian Address List



Route Preference


Day 2: JUNOS Routing with OSPF, BGP and Route Policy


DISA Training

Agenda


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Module 4: OSPF



OSPF Concepts and Terminology Review



JUNOS OSPF Configuration



OSPF Operation and Verification Commands



Lab 3: OSPF and Static Routes


Module 5: Routing Policy



Policy Applications



Policy Syntax



Policy Configuration and Examples


Module 6: BGP



BGP Concepts and Terminology Review



JUNOS BGP Configuration (IBGP and EBGP)



BGP Operation and Verification Commands



Lab 5: BGP, Policy and Route A
ggregation Configuration
(note: This is typically a two
-
hour lab.
The students will build four ISP topologies, using OSPF/IBGP to distribute /24s internally and
EBGP to distribute /21s externally. The routing policy is constrained by several instructor
-
d
efined
requirements that can be met several ways. The intention of the lab is to challenge students to
think about the various methods of route policy creation and then implement their design to meet
the lab goals.)


Day 3: MPLS



Module 7: MPLS



History o
f and Introduction to Traffic Engineering



MPLS Concepts and Terminology



Signaling protocols LDP and RSVP



MPLS Configuration with RSVP



Lab 7: Configuring MPLS LSPs with RSVP over OSPF and RSVP
-
TE



RSVP
-
TE



Loose and Strict EROs



Record Route Objects



TSpec Obj
ects



Label Objects and Label Request Objects



Session Attribute Objects



RSVP, MPLS and JUNOS Route Table Integration (inet.3 and mpls.0)



Lab 8: Configuring MPLS LSPs with manual RSVP
-
TE EROs and SAOs

DISA

Traini
ng

Agenda



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