05-24-2011 08:23 AM
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05-24-2011 10:54 AM
05-24-2011 11:09 AM - edited 05-24-2011 02:01 PM
You can access details regarding the M/T Series legacy certification track and the new Service Provider Routing & Switching certification track on our website at http://www.juniper.net/us/en/training/certificatio
The JNet forum is a great place to interact with other Juniper Networks Certified professionals in many regards, including questions about study materials utilized by others, etc.
However, asking about 'brain dump' materials in this forum may not yield the response you are looking for. While you have not used any 'brain dump' materials, we always respond to anyone asking about such materials in any regard on JNet to ensure they are aware of our Security Policy in relation to utilizing such materials.
05-24-2011 03:09 PM
What different between JNCIS-M exam and JNCIP-SP
Here are the two exam objectives that you can see what the differences are. Primarily there is more detail in VPN, the addition of automation and deeper listings in the same topics covered. The objective lists are always the starting point of looking at what is required in an exam. You will also find the answers to all you other questions here too.
1) Why recommend reading rfc 2328(OSPF), but rfc 1142(IS-IS) is absence?
These "additional readings" are to supplement what is covered in the coursebooks listed in the exam preparation screen. What these are there for is the areas that are not as well covered in the class material. Since IS-IS is a big section on the exam you will see that the course outlines for the recommended training have a solid section on the topic. Thus there is little need for additional reading.
2) How deep inspect knowledge in multicast? Must I read inter domain multicast routing?
The objective section on multicast does specifiy operations cross domain.
3) What about MPLS? Can I read only "One day book" or MPLS-enabled application needed too?
A quick skim of the objective outline and the "This Week - Deploying MPLS" seems that the topics are all covered. But you should take a close inspection down the list to be sure.
4) What about automatization? It is only Junos script or Junos space too?
This objective has only one item "basic automation scripts" so this is Junos script and not the Junos Space.
05-24-2011 10:03 PM - edited 05-25-2011 02:32 AM
> However, asking about 'brain dump' materials in this forum may not yield the response you are looking for.
I edit my post =) And delete 'brain dump' question.
For JNCIA-M you must read JNCIA-M study guide and have some juniper elearning course like Junos as a second language.
For JNCIS-M you must read JNCIS-M study guide and have some real world experience.
For JNCIE-M you must read JNCIE-M study guide and real world experience.
What about JNCIP-SP?
For JNCIP-SP must read
1) JNCIS-M study guide
2) JNCIS Study guide Appendix A
3) JNCIE Study guide Chapter 6
4) This Week: Applying Junos Automation
5) "This Week - Deploying MPLS"
That is all for JNCIP-SP?
And what about JNCIE-SP?
1) All above
2) More Real-world hands-on experience
3) JNCIE Study guide
May be some additional like "MPLS enabled application" or may be bootcamp?
05-25-2011 03:35 AM
The JNCIE-SP exam objectives are only in draft form right now so there is no complete answer yet on this content.
This page is where you get the listings of exam objectives. That is your starting point. The topics listed are what is covered by the exam. The materials area shows what is organized and available to assist in that process but the exam objectives remain your checklist of what you should know well.
01-19-2012 01:09 PM
I want to post this before I take the exam, so that there is no way I have violated any policy.
Having earned and re-certified for JNCIP-M, and then reviewd the exam blueprint, here is the strategy I found most helpful as I prepare to transition from JNCIP-M to JNCIP-SP tomorrow:
1. Review exising IGP, BGP, COS, Multicast using the still excellent JNCIS Study Guide by Joe Soricelli and skimming the config and debug examples in the JNCIP/JNCIE books by Harry Reynolds. JNCIE book is necessary because the JNCIP-M exam stopped at BGP and didn't cover vpns. These may be more detail than necessary, but every time you read them you get a better understanding of the material - even if you are experienced in this topics.
2. Download configuration guides from Juniper for the new material.
3. Retake the practice exam on the Juniper learning portal regularly to reinforce the types of questions you get, and in my case the types of wrong answers I occasionally pick by not noticing simple clues like the config is on the wrong router.
Certification is a personal journey, but having certfications on multiple routing platforms I find Juniper's to be more focused on fundamental technology (less proprietary) and therefore good for any network engineer wanting sharper skills.