Category: MPLS VPN - JNCIP-SP

MPLS VPN videos for the Juniper JNCIP-SP JN0-660 certification exam (work in progress, more videos coming soon)
  • MPLS VPN - INTRODUCTION (23:34)

    Introduction to MPLS VPN, the problems that solves, the elements that conform it and how to build this service over a MPLS backbone to provide connectivity to different customers and branches

  • MPLS VPN - ARCHITECTURE (17:42)

    Description of the elements involved in an MPLS VPN and how they interact. We are going to focus in this video on concepts like: Tables, protocols, types of routers (nomenclature), MPLS control plane and data plane (forwarding).

  • MPLS VPN - ROUTE DISTINGUISHER (10:19)

    Detailed description on what is the route distinguisher (RD), its function and why is so important on MPLS VPN's. We are also going to describe its structure, nomenclature and the best practice for the assignment of this number

  • MPLS VPN - ROUTE TARGET (15:10)

    In this video we explore the function of the route target BGP extended community, its role on the MPLS VPN's networks, structure, nomenclature and two identification assigment best practices

  • MPLS VPN - JUNIPER VRF (22:00)

    In this session we will explore the configuration and verification steps to build VRFs into a Juniper JUNOS router. The VRF setup will allow us to have independent routing tables for the different MPLS VPNs we have with our customers.

  • MPLS VPN - JUNIPER MP-BGP (27:05)

    MP-BGP is a key element when working with MPLS VPN. In this video we show you how to configure and verify MP-BGP on Juniper JUNOS devices.

  • MPLS VPN - JUNIPER PE-CE COMMUNICATION USING STATIC ROUTES (21:51)

    In this session we describe the necessary steps to configure and verify static routes in a MPLS VPN environment to achieve communication between the PE-CE devices in all the customer branches routes.

  • MPLS VPN - JUNIPER RIP AS A PE-CE PROTOCOL (19:40)

    In this video we show you how to configure and verify RIP as a PE-CE protocol on Juniper JUNOS, providing connectivity between the CE devices of a MPLS VPN service.

  • MPLS VPN - JUNIPER OSPF AS A PE-CE PROTOCOL BASICS (30:06)

    In this video we describe some of the implications of running OSPF as PE-CE protocol, including the effect on LSAs when the MPLS backbone comes into play. We will also see the OSPF configuration and verification procedures on Juniper JUNOS devices when OSPF is working as the PE-CE routing protocol.

  • MPLS VPN - JUNIPER BGP AS A PE-CE PROTOCOL BASICS (21:01)

    In this video we explore the basics steps to configure and verify MP-BGP when working as a PE-CE protocol on Juniper JUNOS devices, we will focus on elements such as address-families, VRF, RT and RD.