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Prerequisite Certification : JNCDA
Delivered by : Pearson VUE
Exam Length : 90 minutes
Exam Type :  Written exam, plus 65 multiple-choice questions

Announcement
On January 17, 2023, the Juniper Networks Certified Design Specialist, Security (JNCDS-SEC) certification and corresponding exam (JN0-1332) will end of life. View the complete announcement here.

The Design track enables you to demonstrate competence with Juniper Networks design principles and associated technologies. JNCDS-SP, one of the specialist-level certifications in this track, is designed for networking professionals and designers with intermediate knowledge of service provider design, theory, and best practices. The written exam verifies your understanding of service provider design principles.

This track includes four certifications:
JNCDA: Design, Associate. For details, see JNCDA.
JNCDS-DC: Data Center Design, Specialist. For details, see JNCDS-DC.
JNCDS-SP: Service Provider Design, Specialist. For details, see the sections below.
JNCDS-SEC: Security Design, Specialist. For details, see JNCDS-SEC.

Exam Preparation
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Exam Resources : Juniper TechLibrary
Industry/product knowledge
Additional Preparation
Juniper Learning Portal

Exam Objectives
Here’s a high-level view of the skillset required to successfully complete the JNCDS-SP certification exam.

WAN Connectivity  Describe the various methods of WAN connectivity

Public/private/managed
Service provider connectivity
Service provider hand-off methods
Service provider MPLS services
Enterprise Internet transport
Enterprise Layer 2/Layer 3 handoff services
Enterprise private connections
Network Availability and Traffic Prioritization Describe network availability concepts

Calculating availability
Physical redundancy
Logical redundancy
Fate sharing (for example, high availability)
Capacity planning

 

Describe class of service concepts

Diffserv
CoS processing
 
Service Provider Core WAN Design
 
Describe the design considerations of a service provider's core WAN

Network segmentation
IGP design
BGP design
MPLS design
Service Provider Edge WAN Design Describe the design considerations of a service provider's edge WAN

Layer 2 Services
Layer 3 services
Metro Ethernet
Subscriber services
Multicast services
Enterprise WAN Describe the design considerations of an Enterprise WAN

Private WANs
Large enterprise WAN design
SME WAN design
Data Center WAN Describe the design considerations of a data center WAN

Gateway and fabric connectivity
L2 WAN extensions
EVPN
VXLAN
WAN Security Describe the design considerations for security in the WAN

Platform security
BGP Flowspec
MACsec
IPsec
Subscriber access security
WAN Management Describe the design considerations for WAN management

OoB management design
Junos Space management platform
Best practices
SDN in the WAN Describe the design considerations of SDN in the WAN

SDN in the WAN
Paragon Pathfinder
Paragon Planner

QUESTION 1
What are two benefits of including analytics in your network management design proposal? (Choose two.)

A. Analytics can be used for troubleshooting and diagnosing network problems
B. Analytics dynamically standardizes software and firmware versions.
C. Analytics can allow administrators to evaluate and optimize WAN resources.
D. Analytics dynamically makes network optimization change

Answer: CD

QUESTION 2
You work for a corporation deploying new data centers using EVPN/VXLAN You are considering using EVPN for the data center interconnects. The hardware and software being deployed in the data centers support EVPN Type 5 routes.
In this scenario, which additional DCI benefit do Type 5 routes provide?

A. Type 5 routes support Layer 3 connectivity across multiple data centers, eliminating the need to advertise Layer 3 VPN routes.
B. Type 5 routes provide Layer 2 connectivity across multiple data centers, if MPLS encapsulation is being used.
C. Type 5 routes provide Layer 2 connectivity across multiple data centers, if VXLAN encapsulation is being used.
D. Type 5 routes support Layer 2 and Layer 3 connectivity between data center eliminating the need to advertise Layer 3 VPN and Layer 2 VPN routes.

Answer: D

QUESTION 3
You work for a service provider that offers Layer 2 services. One of the customers is purchasing Layer 2 VPN services to interconnect several sites.
In this scenario, which two functions are provided by the PE router? (Choose two )

A. It maintains all customer Layer 3 routing information.
B. It selects the appropriate Layer 2 VPN in the service provider network.
C. It maintains an MP-BGP session with each customer site to exchange customer routing information
D. It maintains MPLS LSPs between the sites.

Answer: AC

QUESTION 4
You are asked to create a point-to-multipoint DCI that does not overwhelm the data plane with MAC learning traffic.
Which protocol would you use in this situation?

A. VPLS
B. PPTP
C. EVPN
D. pseudowire

Answer: A

QUESTION 5
You are designing the physical redundancy for a service provider network and are checking for potential risks due to fate sharing.
Which two sources of fate sharing should you examine in this scenario? (Choose two.)

A. hardware vendor
B. MPLS LSP
C. building location
D. fiber conduit

Answer: BC

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