Log in to ask questions, share your expertise, or stay connected to content you value. Don’t have a login? Learn how to become a member.
Hello Juniper Citizens ,
Wanna ask you a simple question when man wants to learn a technology he pay for a third-part company of any some thing else whatever in order to learn what he wanna learn
Now I am a newbie student in the world of Juniper wich company I get all material I need Video Books Work Books etc
Thanks in advance
welcome to Junos, here is a series of free training material that you can use to prepare for the entry level Juniper Networks certification JNCIA-Junos.
This will give you a solid foundation in networking and provide a credential to demonstrate that knowledge.
Outline: Topics that will be learned for the exam http://www.juniper.net/us/en/training/certification/resources/jncia-junos/
Networking Fundamentals (free on-line course in network concepts
Study Guide: Fast Track (Two free PDF books here on the test in the JNCIA section. Also has material for the specialist exams that come later
Junos as a Second Language (free online module that gives some simulated router experience)
Junos Genius App - smart phone app to get sample questions
Pre test: Free, when you pass this you are generally ready to sit for the exam. But the question pool is small so don't take it repeatedly or you just memorize these questions.
There is also a test on the "Fast Track" portal. Use this one last as it will give you a 50% off voucher to register for the exam but has a time limit.
In addition to the reply by spuluka, I suggest you two more places where you can find extensive material not only on Networking concepts in general but also from a Juniper perspective.
If you can get the subscription to the sites below, you will get a lot of resources to build yourself strong in the field of networking.
1. Safari Books, https://www.safaribooksonline.com/
2. Lynda, https://www.lynda.com/
This opens your gateway to accesssing text-books, video books, tutorials on a lot of networking concepts like MPLS and Juniper specific concepts on JunOS which is the Operating System that run on a wide range of Juniper products.
The courses here deal in elaboration on Networking concepts and this is worth a try if you want to gain conceptual clarity and master them.
I suppose this helps you streamline sources to pursue your interests in the field of networking...