Routing FundamentalsLearn fundamentals of how routers talk to each other in order to ensure your traffic gets where it needs to go, and what's unique about how Juniper devices do it!
Course descriptionIn this course, we'll be covering the basics of how routers talk to each other to dynamically route traffic across networks. In addition, we'll be taking a look at how Juniper devices handle traffic routing and forwarding and how those decisions are made. Finally, we'll explore how to separate routing information with tables and instances.
Video - 00:39:00
A brief overview of the main routing protocols, rip, ospf, is-is and bgp, including advantages and use cases.
Tables and Instances
Video - 00:26:00
Routing tables, inet.0, inet.1, inet.2 and mpls.0 etc. Routing instances.
Traffic Forwarding Decisions
Video - 00:23:00
Routing information preference, metrics and longest match.
Routing Tables vs Forwarding Tables
Video - 00:23:00
Take a look at routing versus forwarding tables. Review control and forwarding planes concepts. Show the forwarding table and discuss how it is derived.
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