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Juniper JNCIS-SP Service Provider JN0-363 Full Course

Get your Juniper Service Provider certification with this course. you can get the Juniper JNCIS-SP JN0-363

What you’ll learn

  • An understanding of Juniper service provider technology in modern networking with both enterprise and service provider environments, JNCIS-SP JN0-363 success
  • with your JNCIS-SP JN0-363 exam passed You will be confident in dealing with Juniper equipment in your dervice provider work place and stand out from the others
  • you will learn everything thats required to pass the Juniper JNCIS-SP JN0-363 service provider exam
  • A good foundation into the Juniper JNCIP Enterprise and JNCIP Service Provider , Bring these skills to the workplace
  • You will lean MPLS, LDP, RSVP and CSPF and basic Segment routing for the Service Provider
  • All topics for the Juniper JNCIS-SP JN0-363 Service Provider are covered
  • Other topics for the Juniper JNCIS-ENT Enterprise Routing and Switching are covered
  • How Junipe Junos configs are doen for OSPF, BGP, IS-IS and static routing. Route leaking and load balancing
  • enterprise switching upskill for the JNCIS-ENT JN0-349

Course content

26 total hours


  • Access to either Juniper Vlabs which is free, GNS3 or EVE-NG to pratice would be of benefit however it’s not required
  • having Basic networking knowlege and knowlege of the Juniper JNCIA will be required


This Juniper JNCIS-SP Service Provider JN0-363 course is my second course on Juniper Networks.

The Juniper Service Provider JNCIS-SP JN0-363 details are below and the JNCIS-ENT JN0-349 is 90% covered with the Intermediate routing and service provider switching so some additional upskill for the Juniper JN0-349 is also included.

The Juniper Intermediate Routing Section is required and below is a summary of what we will cover:

  • Implement static routing within Junos OS

  • Implement routing instances within Junos OS

  • Describe routing instances

  • Configure and share routes between routing instances

  • Implement load balancing within Junos OS

  • Implement filter-based forwarding within Junos OS

  • Implement OSPF within Junos OS

  • Deploy OSPF within Junos OS

  • Implement BGP within Junos OS

  • Deploy BGP within Junos OS

  • Implement IP tunneling within Junos OS

  • Implement graceful routing and bidirectional forwarding detection within Junos OS

  • Implement high availability features—GRES, NSR, and unified ISSU within Junos OS

  • Implement VRRP within Junos OS

  • Implement IPv6 within Junos

  • Implement IS-IS within Junos OS

The Juniper JNCIS-SP JN0-363 Service Provider requires the Service Provider Switching module and we will go through the following:

. Describe the different Ethernet standards organizations.

• Describe the Layer 2 services that are available on the MX Series 3D Ethernet

Universal Edge Routers.

• Describe the function of an Ethernet LAN.

• Describe learning and forwarding in a bridging environment.

• Describe Ethernet frame filtering.

• Implement VLAN tagging.

• Describe and implement MVRP.

• Implement IRB.

• Implement a Layer 2 firewall filter.

• Describe the use of a routing instance.

• Describe the function of a virtual router.

• Describe the function of a virtual switch.

• Describe the usage of logical systems.

• Implement a virtual switch.

• Describe interconnecting routing instances.

• Describe the different IEEE VLAN stacking models.

• Describe the components of provider bridging.

• Configure and monitor provider bridging.

• Explain the purpose of the Spanning Tree Protocol (STP).

• Describe the basic operation of STP, Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP),

Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol (MSTP), and VLAN Spanning Tree Protocol


• Configure and monitor STP, RSTP, MSTP, and VSTP.

• Explain the purpose of bridge protocol data unit (BPDU), loop, and root


• Describe the basic operation of LAGs and MC-LAGs.

• Configure and monitor LAGs and MC-LAGs.

• Describe the basic functionality of MX Series Virtual Chassis.

• Describe a basic troubleshooting method.

• List common issues that disrupt network operations.

• Identify tools used in network troubleshooting.

• Use available tools to resolve network issues

And last for the Juniper JNCIS-SP JN0-363 Service Provided the MPLS module and we will go through the below content.

• Explain the reasons MPLS was originally created, and the applications offered

by label-switched paths.

• Describe the structure of an MPLS label, the mechanics of the data plane, and

the protocols that can advertise labels.

• Configure static LSPs, verify the routing tables they populate, and explain the

label actions these LSPs perform.

• Explain the purpose and advantages of RSVP, then configure a service provider

network to host RSVP LSPs.

• Configure and verify a basic RSVP label-switched path.

• Explain the purpose of the MPLS traffic engineering database, and create LSPs

that use this database to calculate a path.

• Explain the purpose of RSVP bandwidth reservations, and how to configure an

LSP to reserve bandwidth.

• Explain the use-cases for RSVP LSP priority levels, and configure different

priority levels of a variety of LSPs.

• Explain how the Constrained Shortest-Path First algorithm can calculate trafficengineered paths.

• Explain the messages involved in tearing down, rerouting, and maintaining LSPs

and RSVP sessions.

• Describe how primary and secondary paths can be used in times of link and

node failure.

• Describe the advantages of RSVP local repair paths, and how to configure the

one-to-one method of local repair, otherwise known as fast reroute.

• Explain the mechanics, configuration, and verification of facility backup,

otherwise known as link protection and node-link protection.

• Explain how RSVP LSPs can automatically find and signal better, more optimal


• Explain how LSPs can gracefully move traffic to new paths with no downtime

to the user.

• Explain the mechanics by which LDP creates a full mesh of label-switched


• Configure and verify a basic LDP deployment in a service provider network.

• Describe some important LDP enhancements and best practices that increase

the integrity of real-world LDP deployments.

• Explain how to configure LDP to advertise labels for more than just a router’s


• Explain how segment routing differs from RSVP and LDP, and configure

segment routing as a replacement for LDP.

Extra content to assist in upskilling for the Juniper JNCIS-ENT JN0-349

Who this course is for:

  • Network Engineers of all levels that want to learn Juniper Junos JNCIS-SP JN0-363 or looking for layer2 content for the Juniper JN0-349. this course is the foundation for your further studies
  • Engineers that want to further their study into the Juniper JNCIP -SP or JNCIP -ENT as this course will provide the base information
  • Students looking to study for the Juniper JNCIS-ENT JN0-349 or Juniper JNCIS-SP JN0363 exam

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