Category: IS-IS - JNCIP-SP

In this section you will find all IS-IS videos required for the JNCIP-SP JN0-660 certification exam
  • IS-IS - INTRODUCTION (34:47)

    ISIS protocol overview, introduction to the CLNS addressing, routing levels and general operation of the ISIS routing

  • IS-IS - CLNS ADDRESSING (36:40)

    CLNS addressing structure, how a NET addresses is built for integrated ISIS and the two most common ways to structure a NET address (using loopbacks and mac)

  • IS-IS - CLNS ROUTING (22:00)

    In this video we explore how routing is done following the ISO CLNS routing model and how it is done today with integrated IS-IS, general intra area routing and the implementation of the backbone


  • IS-IS - MESSAGES (28:39)

    In this video we are going to analyze the ISIS messages - PDU (Hello, LSP, PSNP and CSNP), what is their function and when are they sent

  • IS-IS - ADJACENCIES AND DB SYNCHRONIZATION (38:31)

    In this video we go into the detail behind the formation of ISIS adjacencies in both broadcast and point-to-point network types, the steps the protocol go through, database synchronization and general state knowledge for troubleshooting

  • IS-IS - JUNIPER BASIC CONFIGURATION (29:55)

    Basic verification and configuration procedures for ISIS in JUNOS Juniper devices.

  • IS-IS - NETWORK TYPES (18:12)

    IS-IS handles two types of networks: broadcast and point-to-point. In this video we will see how the protocol works with this two different types and their implications

  • IS-IS - JUNIPER BROADCAST AND POINT-TO-POINT NETWORK TYPES (20:01)

    In this video we explore how to configure, verify and troubleshooting the broadcast and point-to-point network types on Juniper JUNOS devices

  • IS-IS - JUNIPER DIS SELECTION (15:43)

    In this video we show you how to alter the DIS election on ISIS Juniper JUNOS devices, how to verify the selection and how the ISIS database look like when the DIS role is used

  • IS-IS - JUNIPER DIS SELECTION (15:43)

    In this video we show you how to alter the DIS election on ISIS Juniper JUNOS devices, how to verify the selection and how the ISIS database look like when the DIS role is used

  • IS-IS - TIMERS (23:05)

    In this video we are going to explore how the ISIS basic timers work: hello interval, hold time and the CSNP interval, but also we are going to attack timers related to the SPF calculation (LSP timers)

  • IS-IS - JUNIPER TIMERS (27:02)

    How to configure and verify the basic ISIS timers (hello, hold and CSNP) and LSP related timers on Juniper JUNOS devices

  • IS-IS - JUNIPER SPF TIMERS (16:38)

    In this time we go into the details behind the modification of ISIS SPF timers on Juniper JUNOS devices

  • IS-IS - JUNIPER MULTI AREA (17:37)

    In this video we are going to see the configuration and verification procedures for integrated IS-IS in a multi area topology, we are going to analyze how inter area routing is done and the different elements that interact in this kind of setup

  • IS-IS - JUNIPER AUTHENTICATION (25:18)

    In this session we show you how to configure authentication for ISIS on Juniper JUNOS devices, using multiple combination of parameters, like authentication type, level vs interface configuration, etc

  • IS-IS - JUNIPER BFD (20:14)

    In this video we'll see how you can configure "Bidirectional Forward Detection" (BFD) for ISIS on Juniper JUNOS devices

  • IS-IS - JUNIPER SUMMARIZATION AND ROUTE LEAKING (20:53)

    In this video we show you how to advertise a network summarization and how to leak and advertise one or more of the specific routes after creating a summary on Juniper JUNOS devices

  • IS-IS - TRAFFIC ENGINEERING (14:35)

    In this video we explore the standard ISIS metric and what kind of information contain versus the extended metrics (wide metrics) used and needed for traffic engineering