New Training: Juniper Multicast

This 17-video video, advanced training by Knox Hutchinson, SPOTO trainer, covers the knowledge network administrators must have to recognize and configure multicast traffic within a Juniper network. This makes one-to-many transmissions more efficient.
This is the new Juniper training.
There are three ways to address a packet in Internet Protocol (IP) language. This allows every device on the planet to recognize its destination. Multicast, which addresses a packet to multiple recipients according to their interest in receiving it, is the only one of those three options. Unicast is one-to-1 broadcast, which disseminates the packet regardless of the recipient’s interest.
Multicast can be used to support network traffic such as collaborative software, teleconferences and “push” networks. This Juniper Multicast training will teach you how to setup multicast networks, configure traffic, and optimize the network.
This two-part series covers topics like delivering one-to many traffic flows in a most efficient manner, configuring multicast addresses according to the recipient’s need and interest, optimizing collaborative groupware and teleconferencing, replication, and other topics.
You can watch a video from the series here:

This series includes the following skills:
Multicast Routing Fundamentals
Junos can be configured with advanced multicast configurations

This training covers the following topics:
Deploy Bootstrap Router (BSR)
Unicast RPF Check
Install IGMP Snooping
Dense Mode (and Source trees)
Multicast Source-Specific (SSM).

This training includes:
2 hours of training
17 videos

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