New Training: Juniper MPLS

This intermediate training video, featuring 30 videos, is by Knox Hutchinson, SPOTO trainer. It covers the knowledge network administrators must have to configure MPLS on Juniper devices. This allows for more efficient and custom traffic patterns, without compromising network security.
This is the new Juniper training.
Multiprotocol Label Switching (or MPLS) is a technology that is often used in corporate WANs and carrier networks. MPLS ensures packets get to their destination safely and efficiently, potentially bypassing more complicated routes that were procedurally generated. MPLS, as the name implies, adds, replaces, or strips labels to every packet that passes through the network. Each switch in the network knows what each label is.
MPLS isn’t exclusive to Juniper devices. However, the way that Juniper devices work with Junos OS to manage MPLS is unique. Juniper MPLS training will equip network administrators with the skills to increase bandwidth and improve uptime, as well as avoid some of the security pitfalls untrained administrators might introduce.
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Start trainingThis three-part series covers topics like configuring and managing MPLS on Juniper device, recognizing Junos’ uniqueness in routing MPLS traffic, and designing custom traffic patterns that bypass routing table.
You can watch a video from the series here:

This series includes the following skills:
Learn about MPLS Foundations
MPLS: Deploy LDP, and RSVP on Junos
MPLS: Design and deploy constrained shortest path first (CSPF).

This training covers the following topics:
LDP deployment
LDP Foundations
What Signaling Protocols Are They?
The Benefits of MPLS
Dynamic Traffic Engineering Solution

This training includes:
Training for 3 hours
30 videos

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