Introduction To The Junos Operating System (IJOS).pdf
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The course begins with an overview of the Junos software architecture and the basic components and features of each device family. It then turns to the configuration of the individual component device types in each device family.
Prerequisite: This course is a prerequisite to most Juniper coursework, and it is strongly recommended that students have previous experience working with Junos software. A familiarity with the following is recommended:
Basic operating system skills, including working with text-based interfaces;
Basic Internet Protocols skills such as TCP/IP, UDP, and IP routing;
Topics covered include:
Overview of the Junos device families
Device family introduction
The Juniper software architecture
Core concepts, services, and device interfaces
The command and configuration interface
The course is aimed at experienced Unix and Linux users who wish to deploy Junos software in their networks. This course assumes that the student has an understanding of Unix and Linux concepts, and has worked with the command line. Existing Unix/Linux skills are strongly recommended.
Students will be exposed to the concept of organizing device models and policies and to the concept of package management systems. The course will also cover the Juniper Networks Device Profiler tool and the JunosM2M Device Manager.
Students will be given a general overview of available Junos device drivers and be introduced to the Juniper Networks device database, also known as the JuniperNet device database. It allows the instructor to outline the available device drivers and recommend the most appropriate device for a specific scenario.
This three-day course provides students with the foundational knowledge required to work with the Junos operating system and to configure Junos devices. The course provides a brief overview of the Junos device families and discusses the key architectural components of the software. 827ec27edc