Is-it possible to buy electronic copy of Junos Class of Service (JCOS) and Junos Multicast Routing(JMR) study materials.
Currently courseware is available to purchase in print only.
Tech Lead, JNCP
Thanks Kieran .
The country where I am a hard copy take months to arrive, and I planned to begin preparation for JNCIP-SP Multicast and CoS courses next week. is there any other option to prepare for exam without waiting for months 😞
For alternate study resources, check out the Resources page here - http://www.juniper.net/us/en/training/certification/resources.html#sp.
There is a nice CoS Day One guide that is worth reading. (Find it towards the bottom of the page, under Day One Guides .. Deploying Basic QoS)
You can also use the old Sybex study guides (again towards the bottom of the page). Check through those guides and match the topic coverage against the JNCIP-SP blueprint (http://www.juniper.net/us/en/training/certification/resources_jncipsp.html) .. for example, the JNCIS-M guide has nice chapters on Mcast and CoS. In general, wherever the guide and blueprint topics overlap, these guides are a valid study resource.
And finally, the tech pubs are always available, and cover all topics included in all our exams.
Thank you Kieran
Are these materials still available to purchase?
The course materials are available for purchase at this online store.
They are quite expensive.
They now come in locked electronic format and not physical books any more.
The material is the same books you get when you take the class. These are PPT slides with the speaker notes for the chapters listed for the course. And the standard and detailed lab guide.
Note the lab guide assumes you are using a Juniper deployed lab and has a logical topology but does NOT include the configs needed to deploy the labs. This you have to work our on your own.
Yes, the courseware is extremely expensive after the price increase a couple years ago. This is very unfortuante as it prevents people from self financing their training in any reasonable way.
I hope the pricing gets revisited and reduced.