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Juniper Advanced Data Center Switching - ADCX

WGAC-JUN-ADCX

Juniper Networks

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Introduction

This course benefits individuals responsible for configuring, monitoring, and troubleshooting data center features that exist on the Junos OS running on data center-oriented platforms such as EX Series, QFX Series, MX Series, and vMX Series devices. This includes individuals in professional services, sales and support organizations, and the end users.

Prerequisites & Audience

The following are the prerequisites for this course:

  • Understanding of the OSI model;
  • Advanced routing knowledge—the Advanced Junos Enterprise Routing (AJER) course or equivalent knowledge; and
  • Intermediate switching knowledge—the Junos Enterprise Switching Using Enhanced Layer 2 Software (JEX-ELS) or equivalent.

  • Course Benefits
    Course Topics

    After successfully completing this course, you should be able to:

  • Identify current challenges in today’s data center environments and explain how the QFX5100 system solves some of those challenges.
  • List the various models of QFX5100 Series switches.
  • List some data center architecture options.
  • Explain the purpose and value of ZTP.
  • Describe the components and operations of ZTP.
  • Deploy a QFX5100 Series switch using ZTP.
  • Explain the purpose and value of ISSU.
  • Describe the components and operations of ISSU.
  • Upgrade a QFX5100 Series switch using ISSU.
  • Explain the purpose and value of MC-LAG.
  • Describe the components and operations of MC-LAG.
  • Implement an MC-LAG on QFX5100 Series switches.
  • Describe key concepts and components of a mixed Virtual Chassis.
  • Explain the operational details of a mixed Virtual Chassis.
  • Implement a mixed Virtual Chassis and verify its operations.
  • Describe key concepts and components of a Virtual Chassis Fabric.
  • Describe the control and forwarding plane of a Virtual Chassis Fabric.
  • Describe how to use the CLI to configure and monitor a Virtual Chassis Fabric.
  • Describe how to provision a Virtual Chassis Fabric using nonprovisioning, preprovisioning, and autoprovisioning.
  • Describe the software requirements and upgrade procedure of Virtual Chassis Fabric.
  • Describe how to manage a Virtual Chassis Fabric with Junos Space.
  • Explain a basic troubleshooting approach.
  • List and use available troubleshooting tools.
  • Describe the expected state and operation.
  • Describe key processes and components.
  • Identify potential issues with MC LAG.
  • Resolve basic issues with MC LAG.
  • Describe the expected state and operation.
  • Describe key processes and components.
  • Identify potential issues with Virtual Chassis.
  • Resolve basic issues with Virtual Chassis.
  • Explain the expected state and operation.
  • Describe key processes and components.
  • Identify potential issues with VCF.
  • Resolve basic issues with VCF.
  • Describe the benefits and challenges of the traditional multitier architecture.
  • Describe the new networking requirements in a data center.
  • Describe the various data center fabric architectures.
  • Explain routing in an IP Fabric.
  • Describe how to scale an IP Fabric.
  • Configure an EBGP-based IP Fabric.
  • Explain why you would use VXLAN in your data center.
  • Describe the control and data plane of VXLAN in a controller-less overlay.
  • Describe how to configure and monitor VXLAN when using multicast signaling.
  • Describe the benefits of using EVPN signaling for VXLAN.
  • Describe the operation of the EVPN protocol.
  • Configure and monitor EVPN signaling for VXLAN.
  • Define the term Data Center Interconnect.
  • Describe the control and data plane of an MPLS VPN.
  • Describe the DCI options when using a VXLAN overlay with EVPN signaling.
  • Course Contents

    Day 1

    Chapter 1: Course Introduction

    Chapter 2: System Overview

  • Data Center Challenges
  • Addressing the Challenges with QFX5100 Series Switches
  • Architectures and Features
  • Chapter 3: Zero Touch Provisioning

  • Understanding Zero Touch Provisioning
  • ZTP in Action: A Working Example
  • Lab 1: Zero Touch Provisioning
  • Chapter 4: In-Service Software Upgrade

  • Understanding ISSU on QFX5100 Series Switches
  • ISSU in Action: A Working Example
  • Lab 2: In-Service Software Upgrade
  • Day 2

    Chapter 5: MC-LAG

  • MC-LAG Overview
  • MC-LAG Operations
  • Deploying MC-LAGs
  • Lab 3: MC-LAG
  • Chapter 6: Mixed Virtual Chassis

  • Overview of Mixed Virtual Chassis
  • Provisioning a Mixed Virtual Chassis
  • Software Requirements and Upgrades
  • Configuring and Monitoring a mixed Virtual Chassis
  • Lab 4: Mixed Virtual Chassis
  • Chapter 7: Virtual Chassis Fabric

  • Overview of Virtual Chassis Fabric
  • Control and Forwarding Plane
  • Chapter 8: Virtual Chassis Fabric Management

  • Managing a Virtual Chassis Fabric using the CLI
  • Dynamically Provisioning a Virtual Chassis Fabric
  • Preprovisioning and Autoprovisioning a Virtual Chassis Fabric
  • Software Requirements and Upgrades
  • Managing a Virtual Chassis Fabric with Space
  • Lab 5: Virtual Chassis Fabric
  • Day 3

    Chapter 9: Troubleshooting Basics

  • Troubleshooting Overview
  • A Troubleshooting Approach
  • Troubleshooting Tools
  • Chapter 10: Troubleshooting Multichassis LAG

  • Multichassis LAG Review
  • Processes and Components
  • Troubleshooting Case Study
  • Lab: Troubleshooting Multichassis LAG
  • Chapter 11: Troubleshooting Virtual Chassis Technologies

  • Virtual Chassis Technology Review
  • Processes and Components
  • Troubleshooting Case Study
  • Lab: Troubleshooting Virtual Chassis Technologies
  • Day 4

    Chapter 12: Next Generation Data Centers

  • Traditional Multitier Architecture
  • Data Center Fabric Architectures
  • Chapter 13: IP Fabric

  • IP Fabric Overview
  • IP Fabric Routing
  • IP Fabric Scaling
  • Configure an IP Fabric
  • Lab: IP Fabric
  • Chapter 14: VXLAN

  • Layer 2 Connectivity over a Layer 3 Network
  • VXLAN using Multicast Control Plane
  • VXLAN Configuration
  • Lab: VXLAN
  • Day 5

    Chapter 15: EVPN

  • The Benefits of EVPN
  • VXLAN using EVPN Control Plane
  • EVPN/VXLAN Configuration
  • Lab: VXLAN and EVPN Signaling
  • Chapter 16: Data Center Interconnect

  • DCI Overview
  • MPLS VPN Review
  • DCI Options for a VXLAN Overlay
  • Lab: DCI

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