The Juniper Networks Security Fundamentals specialization provides the student with the basic knowledge required to work with Juniper security devices running the Junos operating system (Junos OS). This course provides an overview of Junos security products and describes the key architectural components of Junos software. The main topics include the CLI user interface, configuration tasks typically related to initial device setup, interface configuration basics, secondary system configuration, and operational monitoring and maintenance basics for Junos security devices. Students will gain an understanding of configuring and monitoring Junos OS, as well as monitoring basic device operations on SRX Series devices.
In this course, we will describe security services such as Intrusion Prevention System (IPS), user-based firewalls, and how they are configured. You will be introduced to Juniper’s security features, such as antivirus, antispam, content filtering, and Web filtering, along with their functionality and usage. Juniper ATP Cloud (Juniper’s cloud-based [...]
In this course, you will be introduced to Juniper’s basic network security design concepts. You will learn about the Junos operating system (Junos OS) along with SRX Series security devices. You will learn the basics of the Junos CLI and J-Web user interfaces including initial configuration tasks and basic [...]
This course will begin by examining IPsec VPNs and their functionality. You will learn how IPsec VPNs are configured, implemented, and monitored. You will then be introduced to Juniper’s highly flexible SSL VPN application—Juniper Secure Connect—examining its features, configuration, deployment, and monitoring. SRX Series troubleshooting, monitoring, and maintenance will [...]