Introduction to Juniper Networks Routers – E-Series (ERX)
Who should attend
This course is intended for network professionals, managers, and anyone needing an overview of the E-series router.
You should have a general knowledge of the Internet Protocol, including addressing and should also have a basic understanding of the OSI model, including the roles played by layers 1-4. Familiarity with common TCP and UDP protocols, such as Telnet and FTP, is helpful.
- Describe the E-series router features and applications in both a B-RAS and dedicated access environment;
- Describe the E-series router hardware architecture;
- Describe the configuration options available for E-series hardware platforms;
- List the different CLI user modes;
- Describe the file system used on E-series routers;
- Use the CLI to manipulate files, to reload E-series router, and to perform basic troubleshooting;
- Use the CLI to configure the E-series platforms for basic IP connectivity; and
- Perform basic virtual router configuration and management tasks.
This course provides an introduction to the E-series router platforms, including the E320 router. The course covers E-series router features, applications, and hardware architecture. It gives an overview of using the E-series command-line interface (CLI), including user modes, CLI shortcuts, the file system, and file manipulation. The course teaches students how to use the CLI to perform basic router administration tasks and how to perform a basic configuration of an E-series router. The course also introduces the concept of virtual routers and discusses the basics of virtual router configuration.
Currently there are no training dates scheduled for this course. Training date request