This four-day course is designed to teach network engineers and architects how to configure, manage, and troubleshoot 128T devices. Juniper Session Smart SD-WAN will teach students how to configure and use a 128T router and conductor. It starts with an introduction to 128 Technology and introduces the PCLI and GUI. Students use the GUI to deploy and configure their 128Ts. Students start from servers with just CentOS installed to a fully deployed network with multiple paths and three 128T routers and one 128T conductor. Students will then learn how to enable and configure advanced features on their 128Ts. These are features that are not necessary for a 128T deployment, but when activated, can be very powerful. Students will then explore the tools they can use within their 128T conductors and routers to monitor and troubleshoot potential issues. Students will learn useful commands and options in the GUI, testing the student’s ability to troubleshoot real-life 128T issues.
Who should attend
This course benefits individuals who want to implement 128Ts.
- Basic TCP/IP skills
- Familiarity with Linux
After successfully completing this course, you should be able to:
- Install a 128T Router and Conductor.
- Access 128Ts with both the PCLI and the GUI.
- Describe how traffic flows through a 128T.
- Use the PCLI and GUI to operate and maintain their 128Ts.
- Route traffic to a data center using 128Ts.
- Configure an HA pair of routers.
- Configure 128T router to interoperate with BGP peers.
- Learn how the 128T can perform traffic engineering.
- Know the useful commands and tools to troubleshoot 128Ts.
- Know where to go to find more information on APIs.
- Know where to go for further resources.
Module 1: Course Introduction
Module 2: 128 Technology
- Introduction to 128 Technology
- Review of the 128T Data Model
Module 3: Intro to the PCLI
- Navigating the 128T with the PCLI
- Lab : PCLI
Module 4: Intro to the GUI
- Navigating the 128T with the GUI
- Lab : GUI
Module 5: Backups
- Types of Configuration (Candidate vs. Running)
- Validate and Commit
- Exporting and Importing Configurations
- Lab : Backups
Module 6: Conductor
- Introduction to the Conductor
- Install Conductor using the 128T Installer
Module 7: Data Center Router
- Deploy a Data Center Router using Zero Touch Provisioning (ZTP)
- Device Interface
- Network Interface
- Lab: Data Center Router
Module 8: Branch Router
- Deploy a Branch Router using Zero Touch Provisioning (ZTP)
- Lab: Branch Router
Module 9: Routing
- Service Routes
- Lab: Routing
Module 10: Security Policies
- Security Policies
- Lab: Security Policies
Module 11: Upgrades
Module 12: Multiple WAN
- Service Policies
- Configure and Apply Multiple Paths from Branch to Data Center
- Lab : Multiple WAN
Module 13: High Availability
- Theory of HA
- Dual-Node HA
- Redundancy Groups
- Lab : High Availability
Module 14: Traditional Routing
- BGP over SVR
- Appendix: Route Filters and Policies
- Lab : Traditional Routing
Module 15: Troubleshooting Tools
- Alarms and Events
- Monitoring Agent
- Troubleshooting using the PCLI
- Troubleshooting using the GUI
- Packet Captures
- Logs and Architectural Design
- Lab : Troubleshooting
Appendix A: Additional Resources
Appendix B: NAT
- Source and Destination NAT
- NAT Traversal
Appendix C: Load Balancing
- Load Balancing using the Hunt Strategy
- Load Balancing using the Proportional Strategy
- Service Route Policies
Appendix D: Traffic Engineering
- Session Type
- Service Policy
- Service Class
- Traffic Profiles
- DSCP Maps
Appendix E: App Classification
- Classifying the Applications That Endpoints are Accessing on Your Network
Appendix F: Host Services
- Service Chaining