Category: JUNIPER JUNOS COS - JNCIA

In this section you will find all JUNOS COS videos required for the JNCIA JN0-101 certification exam
  • JUNIPER JUNOS - INTRODUCTION TO COS (09:15)

    Quality of service is found in most of today's networks, especially when multiple not necessarily equal services operate on a common network. In this video we explain how Juniper understand and implement QOS.

  • JUNIPER JUNOS - FORWARDING CLASSES AND LOSS PRIORITY (08:04)

    The concept of quality of service typically consists of several components that perform the tasks of classification, marking, queuing, scheduling, policing and shaping. In this video we go into the details behind the concept of Forwarding Classes / Loss Priority

  • JUNIPER JUNOS - BEHAVIOUR AGGREGATE CLASSIFICATION (13:40)

    To classify the traffic that comes into a JUNOS device, you have two options. In this video we will discuss the option of Behaviour Aggregate, where basically we use the bits allocated inside the fields of QoS on L2/L3 headers

  • JUNIPER JUNOS - MULTIFIELD CLASSIFICATION (07:52)

    To classify the traffic that comes into JUNOS device, you have two options. In this video we will discuss the Multi-field classifier, using general attributes of the traffic (origin, destination, information L4/L7) to do our classification.

  • JUNIPER JUNOS - SCHEDULING (08:03)

    In this video we will discuss a high level overview of the "scheduling" model that Juniper JUNOS implements and its relationship with physical queues. We will also see what the "scheduling" job is in the general QoS model of Juniper.

  • JUNIPER JUNOS - COS EXAMPLE (17:32)

    In this video we present a configuration example of COS in a small topology.