10-13-2011 09:13 AM - edited 10-14-2011 09:25 AM
We are excited to inform you that the playback of the October 5, 2011 JNCP Webcast entitled How to Prepare for the New Junos JNCIP and JNCIE Exams is now available! This was a great session with 4 experts describing the materials and offering many helpful tips on preparing for these new exams.
The link to the webcast playback is: http://www.juniper.net/us/en/community/junos/live/
Also attached is a copy of the Powerpoint presentation and a detailed Q&A from the session.
JNCP Communications & Customer Service
10-18-2011 05:52 AM
To all - we would love to get some discussion going here on this thread about preping for your JNCIP/JNCIE, your questions, experiences, advice (without violating any exam content or your exam NDA!!!). So, what do you have to say???
10-19-2011 03:09 AM
10-19-2011 07:33 AM
We cannot provide specifics about the exam itself. In general, you should be able to configure and troubleshoot everything listed in the exam's blueprint (http://www.juniper.net/us/en/training/certificatio
Tech Lead, JNCP
10-19-2011 10:06 PM
Thanks for your reply. I saw the blue print. Just have a few questions on that.
The exam itself will only comprise of questions from the blue print only. Or should the blue print only be taken as a guideline.
Can we expect topics that are not listed in the blue print to come for the exam ?
10-20-2011 06:03 AM
The blueprint covers all the topics you might see on the related exam. There will be no exam questions beyond the scope of the blueprint.
10-25-2011 08:15 AM
Thanks for posting this but not sure why you have called it "How to Prepare for the New Junos JNCIP and JNCIE Exams"
It is 99.9% JNCIE no real information for JNCIP exam.
10-26-2011 05:45 AM
That is becuase the P levels are straight forward - there are training classes being offer that prep for these and the courseware is available for purchase. E levels - by their nature - have a more complex prep process.
01-30-2012 03:22 PM
Refreshing this post as the info in this webcastis very helpful if you are preparing for your JNCIP/JNCIE
08-09-2012 03:40 AM
I just saw recorded session of webcast and it is really informative. I have cleared JNCIP-SP exam and i would like to appear for JNCIE-SP but i dont have any Junos device to work on. As expert level exam requires extensive hands-on practice, what options do i have to prepare for lab exam on my own. I work in an ISP environment and i do not get any chance to get hands-on on any device due to nature of my work. There are several simulators available in market to have hands on experience of other vendor devices. Is Junosphere available to individual aspirants who are neither partner employees nor associates?
08-09-2012 03:45 AM
There are a few companies that have lab rentals. And there is the new Junos Sphere project. Here is my collected list of options.
This is virtual lab that is only just released. It is designed for training and does have SRX modules. It does not yet support EX switch functions. And all interfaces are ethernet. Cost is $5 per device per day for rentals. They are sold through the normal partner network.
There is a 3rd party basic simulator that has some functionality for practive and a reasonable price.
Software Program simulator certexams.com http://routersimulator.certexams.com/flash-demos/j
Carvell Group by the hour rentals
Crystal Echo (Austrailia)
Proteus proctored labs with help
Proteus also has a monthly subscription service called Proteus Elite that offers a switching lab access.
Twine Networks - email@example.com
Data Cipher Amar R Kotha • We have rack of Juniper routers -9 , SRX -9. Let me know your exact requirement. firstname.lastname@example.org
Hosts a virtual lab here at Ingram Micro (Juniper distributor of the year since 2005) If you are an Ingram Micro customer, please feel free to email a request for a lab login at email@example.com
It is currently a work in progress, so any feedback is appreciated.
For further info about our growing lab: