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Juniper certification

Posted on 2012-12-29
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I want to go for JNCIE, any help is appreciated.
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by:arnold
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Not sure what help you are looking for.  There are simulators available.
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by:pergr
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What certifications do you have now?

Do you have access to equipment?

Budget?
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by:atruejncie
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I did my JNCIP. I have a Lab that consists of MX devices and IXIA. What  I am looking for is the material that is required in order to crack JNCIE.
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DarinTCH earned 500 total points
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Lets start with WHICH JNCIE u are attempting to gain.
There are several - Security, Ent Routing and Switching and Service Provider R&S
several books and white papers have been written since 2004 that contain good info
recently a few versions were discontinued / EOL such as JNCIE-M and JNCIE-ER
So the best book for Security is the Juniper Security Book...
for the Routing&Switching I like the High Availability Book
if your looking @ Ent R&S there is a bootcamp from Juniper / DWWTC
plus read everything you can about EX switches -
know BGP/IGP inside and out
know COS, multicast
know Protocol independant routing

it is an 8 hr exam
there is an older booklet called JNCIE study guide by harry reynolds
or I've heard good thing about JNCIE-ENT secrets to acing the exam
check out websites of
 Rick Mur
the network janitor
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by:pergr
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On the exam the 8h is very short of time. There is no time to waste on troublshooting or testing different solutions.

You need to practice speed, and also focus on the important parts of the material. The best way to learn that is probably the official bootcamp.

The old Harry Reynolds books are still relevant, and very good, but will not give you the practice mentioned.
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by:atruejncie
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Hey , I am looking for JNCIE-Service Provider stuff, any white paper and material to prepare. i m preparing from Harry Reynold Juniper Study guide. Please let me know if any material available for JNCIE-SP.
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by:pergr
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Your best preparation is probably a go on the exam.

Very very few people pass at the first attempt, but having a go at it gives invaluable experience - and may be cheaper than other training material...
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by:atruejncie
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Ok Thanks pergr... Even I am thinking that to appear in the first attmpt. But my plan is to clear the exam in the first go.
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by:pergr
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Rumor is that only one person has managed that in Europe, so far. The new SP exam is much harder than the old M/T exam - judging from results.
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by:atruejncie
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Ok, i did know that. One of my friend from India clear that in first attempt.
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