Certexams.com Updates Juniper JNCIA JN0-104 Practice Tests

The JNCIA-Junos (JN0-104) exam is designed to test the candidate’s knowledge and understanding of the Juniper Networks Junos operating system and device administration. The exam covers topics such as networking fundamentals, Junos device operations, and basic routing and switching concepts. Some specific topics that may be covered on the JN0-104 exam include:

  • Understanding the Junos operating system and architecture
  • Managing and monitoring Junos devices
  • Configuring basic routing and switching features
  • Understanding routing policies and firewall filters
  • Monitoring and troubleshooting network issues

It’s always good to check with Juniper Networks for the latest exam information, as the topics and format of the exam may be updated periodically.

How does JNCIA compare with CCNA?

CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) and JNCIA (Juniper Networks Certified Internet Associate) are both entry-level certifications in networking, but they have some differences:
  1. Vendor focus: CCNA is specific to Cisco systems and technologies, while JNCIA is specific to Juniper systems and technologies.
  2. Exam content: CCNA covers a range of topics, including network fundamentals, network access, IP connectivity, IP services, security fundamentals, and automation and programmability. JNCIA covers a similar range of topics, including an introduction to Juniper Networks, the Junos operating system, routing and switching, and basic security.
  3. Exam format: CCNA exams are typically multiple choice and simulations. JNCIA exams consist of multiple choice questions.
  4. Recertification: CCNA certification is valid for three years, and recertification requires passing a current CCNA exam or a higher-level exam. JNCIA certification is valid for three years, and recertification requires passing the current JNCIA exam.
  5. Career opportunities: CCNA is a well-respected and widely recognized certification, and is a requirement for many entry-level network engineering positions. JNCIA is also a well-respected certification, but is primarily focused on Juniper systems and technologies. Large organizations and data centers employ such equipment, and Juniper devices are found less frequently at retair stores.

In short, both CCNA and JNCIA are valuable certifications for entry-level network engineers, but the choice between the two will depend on your career goals and the systems and technologies you want to specialize in. If you are interested in pursuing a career in networking with Cisco systems, then CCNA is the way to go. If you are interested in pursuing a career in networking with Juniper systems, then JNCIA is the way to go.

Certexams.com Updates Juniper Netsim for JNCIA (JUNOS)

Juniper Netsim for JNCIACertexams.com, leading netsim provideer, recently updated Juniper Network Simulator with Designer for JNCIA to include more labs. The recent labs include the following:

  • Connectivity check between Router and workstations
  • Pinging between two workstations
  • Pinging between two workstations on different subnet
  • Tracing route from workstation to router
  • Creating DHCP pool on EX series switches
  • Configure DHCP Server for multiple vlans in EX series switches
  • Vlan Scenario
  • Troubleshooting Lab with trunk functionality
  • Routing between vlans and ping test

The available labs may be viewed by going to http://routersimulator.certexams.com/juniper-sim/labs/index.html

To download the software, please visit Juniper Netsim Download page.

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About Juniper Netsim for JNCIA: The software provides a virtual networking environment with virtual routers, switches, and other networking components. Using the software, one should not only be able to run the existing ready made labs, but also design (using GUI configuration tool), configure and simulate a network. The software provides an affordable alternative to learn Juniper IOS commands and configuration without the need for any external hardware or software. There is no need for any JUNOS software to run the program as all the functionality like routing, STP, etc. is built into the software natively, the only limitation being the number of commands available for use. The software is specifically developed to help new comers desirous of learning networking using routers and switches.

About Certexams.com: The website provides network simulators and exam sims for various certifications including Cisco CCNA, CCNP, CCDA; Comptia A+, Network+, Juniper JNCIA, and others. We also offer labsims for Comptia A+ and Network+. Please visit the website Certexams.com for more information and available products.

Disclaimer: CertExams.com is neither associated nor affiliated with Juniper Systems® or any other company. Junos™ and JNCIA™ is trademarks of Juniper Systems® and duly acknowledged. The Simulator lab exercises material is a copyright of CertExams.com and the same is not approved or endorsed by respective certifying bodies.

CertExams.com Revises Its Juniper NetSim thoroughly.

CertExams.com, a leading netsim software developer, released Juniper Network Simulator with Designer after a thorough review. The new version of the software includes several updates to its command support, and the lab exercises. The new features include Host to router/switch communication and/or router/switch to host communication and troubleshooting. Additionally, it supports DHCP configuration on routers and enables DHCP info to be obtained by the hosts connected via Juniper router/switch network.

You may download the software from the website here:

http://routersimulator.certexams.com/juniper-sim/index.html

The labs supported may be viewed here:

http://routersimulator.certexams.com/juniper-sim/labs/index.html

Disclaimer: Juniper JNCIA(R) is a registered trademark of Juniper Systems (R) and is duly acknowledged. Anand Software and Training or CertExams.com are not associated with Juniper Systems or any other company.

CertExams.com Updates Juniper JUNOS NetSim to Include NAT, Firewall, and IPv6.

certexams-logo-smallCertExams.com has recently updated Juniper Network Simulator with Designer (Juniper NetSim) to support several new commands. The newly included command hierarchies include the following:

  • Edit NAT hierarchy level
  • Edit firewall hierarchy level and
  • Edit policy-options hierarchy level

Correspondingly, several new labs have been included to provide hands-on practice with the newly introduced commands. The additional labs include the following:

  • IPv6 labs
  • Firewall filter labs
  • NAT labs

Checkout the new labs at Juniper labs page of Certexams.com

The trial software may be downloaded free from CertExams.com Juniper Junos NetSim product page.

Other products offered in congenction with Juniper NetSim are Juniper JNCIA Exam Simulator and CCNA NetSim.

We are currently working on GUI development for Juniper device management in similar lines with our CCNA NetSim GUI.