JND-WAN
Juniper Networks Design-WAN


  • Duration: 5 days
  • Price: $4,750.00
  • Certifications:
  • Exams:
Course Overviewremove_circle_outline

This five-day course is designed to cover best practices, theory, and design principles for Wide Area Network (WAN) design including WAN interconnects, security considerations, virtualization, and management/operations. This course covers both service provider and enterprise WAN design.

Target Audienceadd_circle_outline

This course is targeted specifically for those who have a solid understanding of operation and configuration and are looking to enhance their skill sets by learning the principles of WAN design.

Course Objectivesadd_circle_outline

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

  • Describe high level concepts about the different WAN architectures.
  • Identify key features used to interconnect WANs.
  • Describe key high level considerations about securing and monitoring a WAN deployment.
  • Outline high level concepts for implementing WANs.
  • Explain various methods of WAN connectivity.
  • Describe basic MPLS concepts as they are related to WANs.
  • Identify basic Ethernet concepts as they are related to WANs.
  • Describe key concepts of network availability.
  • Explain high availability features and protocols.
  • Describe the key aspects of class of service.
  • Describe how core WAN technologies are used to solve specific problems facing network designers.
  • Discuss core routing requirements.
  • Explain how to design a high performance MPLS WAN core.
  • Define CoS requirements for the WAN core.
  • Discuss BGP peering and path selection.
  • Design MPLS Layer 2 and Layer 3 services.
  • Design metro Ethernet networks.
  • Understand role of class of service in provider edge.
  • Describe Next-generation MVPNs.
  • Explain how enterprise WAN technologies are used to solve specific problems facing network designers.
  • Outline various solutions regarding campus and branch WANs.
  • Explain how data centers are interconnected through WANs.
  • Identify various solutions regarding data center WAN interconnection.
  • Describe the benefits and use cases for EVPN.
  • Describe security concepts regarding WANs.
  • Explain the differences between LAN security concepts and WAN security concepts.
  • Explain VPN-related concepts regarding WANs.
  • Describe methods to manage WANs.
  • Discuss key concepts related to WAN management.
  • Explain how virtualization and SDN can be leveraged in the WAN.
  • Describe various SDN products and how they are used in the WAN.
  • Describe MX, SRX, T, PTX, ACX, QFX, EX, and NFX Series devices and the basics of how they relate to WAN solutions.
Course Overviewadd_circle_outline

Day 1

Chapter 1: Course Introduction Chapter 2: Overview of WAN Design

  • WAN Design Overview
  • WAN Domains
  • Management, Operations, and Security
  • Implementation Considerations

Chapter 3: WAN Connectivity

  • Public and Private
  • Service Provider
  • Enterprise

Chapter 4: Network Availability and Traffic Prioritization

  • Network Availability
  • Class of Service
  • Lab: Network Availability and CoS Design

Day 2

Chapter 5: Service Provider Core WAN

  • WAN Core Overview
  • Core Routing
  • MPLS Design
  • CoS Considerations
  • Lab: WAN Core Design

Day 3

Chapter 6: Service Provider Edge WAN

  • Provider Edge
  • Lab: Service Provider Edge—VPN Design
  • Access and Aggregation Edge
  • Services
  • CoS Considerations
  • Multicast
  • Lab: Service Provider Edge—Services Design

Day 4

Chapter 7: Enterprise WAN

  • Enterprise WAN Overview
  • WAN Topologies
  • Campus and Branch
  • CoS Considerations
  • Large Enterprise Designs
  • Lab: Enterprise WAN Design

Chapter 8: Data Center WAN

  • WAN Overview
  • EVPN
  • Lab: Data Center WAN Design

Chapter 9: WAN Security

  • Security Overview
  • WAN Versus LAN
  • Service Provider Core WAN Security
  • Service Provider Edge WAN Security
  • Enterprise WAN Security
  • Lab: Security Design

Day 5

Chapter 10: WAN Management

  • Best Practices and Considerations
  • OoB Management Design
  • Junos Space
  • Juniper WAN Automation
  • Lab: WAN Management Design

Chapter 11: WAN Virtualization and SDN

  • SDN Overview
  • NorthStar
  • Contrail
  • SD-WAN
  • Lab: SDN Design

Chapter 12: WAN Device Portfolio

  • Platform and Junos Overview
  • MX Series
  • SRX Series
  • PTX and T Series
  • ACX Series
  • QFX Series
  • EX Series
  • NFX Series
Prerequisitesadd_circle_outline

The following are the prerequisites for this course:

  • Knowledge of routing and switching architectures and protocols.
  • Knowledge of Juniper Networks products and solutions.
  • Understanding of infrastructure security principles.
  • Completion of the Juniper Networks Design Fundamentals (JNDF) course.
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