Cisco certified wanting Juniper certs

JuliusgJuliusg Posts: 35Member ■■□□□□□□□□
I'm currently certified with my CCENT and studying for the second part of the CCNA(I'm taking the exam on the 30th of this month). I'm just wondering would it be a totally different language taking the Juniper certs?
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  • networker050184networker050184 Posts: 11,962Mod Mod
    The implementation is different, but the underlying protocols are mostly standards based so it's not completely foreign. The first thing I would suggest you checking out is the Junos as a Second Language CBT.
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  • JuliusgJuliusg Posts: 35Member ■■□□□□□□□□
    Thanks I'll check these out once I get off work.
    Goals: Updated 14 Mar 2014
    2013: CCNA R&S COLOR=red]X[/COLOR 2014: ​
    CCNP Switch[ ], CCNA-Voice[ ], CCNP Route[ ] 2015: CCNP Tshoot [ ], CCIE Written[ ] 2016: CCIE Lab [ ]
    WGU Progress: EUP1 CDP1 TBP1 CIC1 TCP1 TJC1 AGC1 TJP1 BVC1 CLC1 COV1 CQV1 CUV1 CWV1 DEV1 DHV1 GAC1 CJC1 CDC1 UBT1 EAV1 EBV1 WFV1 UBC1 EUC1 AJV1 BNC1 BOV1 CSV1 CTV1 CUV1 IWC1 IWT1 TPV1 AHV1 AIV1
    Start date: 4/1/2014 Transfered To do Currently Working On Completed
  • vanquish23vanquish23 Posts: 224Member
    If found viewing the running config strange because it looked like C and C++ object programming structure.
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  • powmiapowmia Posts: 322Users Awaiting Email Confirmation
    It looks strange, but is extremely intuitive once you get used to it. I hated JUNOS at first, but every once in a while I'm in IOS and wishing it was JUNOS.
  • filkenjitsufilkenjitsu CCNA R&S, CCNA SP Posts: 561Member ■■■■□□□□□□
    I eel the same about Alcatel-Lucent configs. Love their structure and MPLS L2VPNs and L3VPNs make so much more sense!
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    Masters of Networking and Communications Management, Focus in Wireless - Keller
  • powmiapowmia Posts: 322Users Awaiting Email Confirmation
    Alca-who? Isn't that who made my refrigerator?
  • filkenjitsufilkenjitsu CCNA R&S, CCNA SP Posts: 561Member ■■■■□□□□□□
    Alcatel-Lucent, the owner of Bell labs and the 3rd largest telecommunications vendor in the world. Their routers are used extensively in most major wireless carriers networks.
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    Bachelors of Science in Telecommunications - Mt. Sierra College
    Masters of Networking and Communications Management, Focus in Wireless - Keller
  • filkenjitsufilkenjitsu CCNA R&S, CCNA SP Posts: 561Member ■■■■□□□□□□
    Alcatel-Lucent Service Routing Certification (SRC) Program


    The Alcatel-Lucent Service Routing Certification (SRC) Program is designed to teach the skills and knowledge individuals need for building and supporting today’s advanced IP/MPLS network and service environments. The program gives you the training required to design, operate and troubleshoot these new networks, allowing your company to get the most from its investment in IP service routing and your customers to enjoy the highest possible quality of experience.
    All Alcatel-Lucent SRC courses are instructor-led by highly trained IP/MPLS subject matter experts. In addition to lectures, each course devotes significant time to hands-on lab training and exercises to ensure that students gain proficiency in configuration, provisioning and trouble shooting. SRC participants will gain the skills, confidence and credibility to work in complex network environments and will be well positioned to help their company and customer succeed in this exciting world of advanced IP communications and collaboration.
    The five levels of SRC Certification are:
    Alcatel-Lucent Network Routing Specialist I (NRS I)

    Alcatel-Lucent Network Routing Specialist II (NRS II)

    Alcatel-Lucent Mobile Routing Professional (MRP)

    Alcatel-Lucent Triple Play Routing Professional (3RP)

    Alcatel-Lucent Service Routing Architect (SRA)


    SRC Program Structure
    CISSP, CCNA SP
    Bachelors of Science in Telecommunications - Mt. Sierra College
    Masters of Networking and Communications Management, Focus in Wireless - Keller
  • NetworkVeteranNetworkVeteran Posts: 2,338Member ■■■■■■■■□□
    Alcatel-Lucent, the owner of Bell labs and the 3rd largest telecommunications vendor in the world. Their routers are used extensively in most major wireless carriers networks.

    powmia surely knows that and has likely configured an SR7750 or two. ;)
    he Alcatel-Lucent Service Routing Certification (SRC) Program
    One of these days, they'll invest more in their certification program, and make it as straightforward as Cisco, Juniper, or Brocade. Although, one silver lining of their program, is they give you credit for Cisco certifications.
  • filkenjitsufilkenjitsu CCNA R&S, CCNA SP Posts: 561Member ■■■■□□□□□□
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    I work with ALU Sam Server, 7705 SAR-F/SAR-8 and 7750s all the time. Also work with ALU BTS/RNC equipment. Good to hear there are others on here who have as well.
    CISSP, CCNA SP
    Bachelors of Science in Telecommunications - Mt. Sierra College
    Masters of Networking and Communications Management, Focus in Wireless - Keller
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