Category: MPLS - JNCIS-SP

In this section you will find all MPLS videos required for the JNCIS-SP JN0-360 certification exam
  • MPLS - INTRODUCTION (27:25)

    Introduction to MPLS, what are the most common problems solved with this technology and general overview on how MPLS labels are structured and used to switch traffic

  • MPLS - LABEL FORMAT (22:10)

    In this video we go through the details behind the MPLS labels structure, the functions behind each field on the header, numbering used in the labels and details on the meaning of a few reserved label numbers

  • MPLS - CONVERGENCE (16:37)

    How convergence is achieved in a MPLS network and what are the elements that are involved. We'll describe how the IGP, LDP, different router tables, work together to provide us forwarding, among other topics.

  • MPLS - LABEL SPACE AND ALLOCATION (15:23)

    In this video we go through the details behind the label space and label allocation. We'll explore concepts like: per-platform, per-interface, cell mode and frame mode

  • MPLS - LABEL DISTRIBUTION (17:28)

    In this video we detail the MPLS label exchange process for LDP, how labels are communicated and processed for the different destinations in our MPLS network and messages used

  • MPLS - LABEL SWITCHING (31:30)

    In this video we explore how label switching is done in a MPLS network and how packets are handled and processed by each hop. We will also introduce most of the naming conventions used to describe the elements and process involved

  • MPLS - JUNIPER BASIC CONFIGURATION (28:00)

    Details on how Juniper approaches MPLS, label assignment and the different tables (special focus on inet.3). Basic MPLS Configuration and verification methods on Juniper JUNOS devices.

  • MPLS - JUNIPER LDP ROUTER-ID (10:46)

    How Juniper selects a LDP router-id when no manual configuration is done. Configuration and verification methods to manuallt modify the router-id on Juniper JUNOS devices

  • MPLS - JUNIPER EXPLICIT NULL (09:01)

    In this session we show you how to change the default behavior of Juniper JUNOS of sending Implicit null labels for directly connected routes (PHP), to Explicit Null.