Juniper Certification is certification from Juniper for their JunOS operating system and Juniper switch/router product line . The certification can be divided to JNCIA-JunOS, JNCIS, JNCIP, JNCIE. However, unlike other competitor certification Juniper use Track system. In this system you should choose right track or career in Juniper. After pass JNCIA-JunOS you can choose available track: ENTerprise, SECurity, Service Provider (Routing & Switching) and then take the corresponding certification for your chosen track.
For example, I pass JNCIA-JunOS and taking SECurity track thus I take following certification: JNCIS-SEC, JNCIP-SEC, JNCIE-SEC. For other track, you should take from beginning.
This page will cover both curriculum in general and also the certification in detail. This page is also discussing some topic regarding tools, tips, and tricks.
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Table of Content
- Preparing for Juniper Certification
- Choosing Right Track
- Juniper Image Legal Notices
- Installing JunOS on VirtualBox
- Installing JunOS on VMWare
- Simulating Network using JunOS VM and GNS3
- Installing Juniper Network Simulator on Windows 8.1
Juniper Networks Certified Associate
Abbreviated as JNCIA-JunOS. It is the entry-level certification for all network engineer certifications. Geared toward individuals who have basic experience with JunOS. This certification must be obtained to advance to next level (Specialist, Professional, and Expert).
Juniper Networks Certified Professional
Abbreviated as JNCIP. The next to JNCIA-JunOS.
Juniper Networks Certified Expert
Abbreviated as JNCIE. The highest level of Juniper Certification. There are various specialization in this certification such as Routing&Switch, Security, Data Center, etc.