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Juniper Simulator Labs 

The labs made available in the Juniper Simulator are given below. The labs are intended to provide some hands-on practice to beginners. It is encouraged that you write your own labs and practice after going through the labs provided here. Please note that we add and/modify the labs from time to time.



Router Fundamental Labs:

1.1 Entering configuration mode on a router and exit
1.2 Setting Host Name
1.3 Setting Routers domain Name
1.4 Configuring Root Password
1.5 Configuring DNS Name Server
1.6 Configuring Backup Router
1.7 Router Interface address Configuration
1.8 Shut down an Interface
1.9 Set Interface Description
1.10 Configuring the Encapsulation on a Physical Interface
1.11 Configuring Keepalives
1.12 Set Keepalive Timers
1.13 Configuring the management Ethernet interface (fxpo)
1.14 Setting Bandwidth on an interface
1.15 Setting the hold-time value on a physical interface 
1.16 Configuring the DTE Clock Rate
1.17 Basic gigabit ethernet configuration on a J-series router
1.18 Configuring speed on sonet interface
1.19 Show chassis commands on J and M series routers
2.0 Static Routing Labs
2.1 Configuring Static Routes
2.2 Ping test
2.3 Telnet
2.4 Traceroute
2.5 Connectivity check between Router and workstations *
2.6 Pinging between two workstations *
2.7 Pinging between two workstations on different subnet *
2.8 Tracing route from workstation to router *
3.0 Policies Configuration Labs
3.1 Routing Policy Lab 1
3.2 Routing Policy Lab 2
4.0 RIP Configuration Labs
4.1 RIP Configuration
5.0 Dynamic Routing Labs
5.1 Ping test by configuring RIP
5.2 Ping test by configuring OSPF with multiple areas
6.0 Show command labs
6.1 Show commands lab1
7.0 OSPF Labs
7.1 OSPF Configuration
7.2 OSPF Configuration and Verification
8.0  BGP Labs
8.1 BGP Configuration
9.0 MPLS Labs
9.1 Enabling MPLS family on the interface
9.2 Enabling MPLS protocol on the interface
9.3 Enabling LDP protocol on the interface
9.4 MPLS show commands
9.5 MPLS ping and traceroute
9.6 Configuring MPLS using OSPF
10.0 IPV6 Labs
10.1 Configuring IPv6 address on a interface in EUI-format
10.2 Configuring IPv6 address on a interface in general form
10.3 Ipv6 show commands
10.4 Configuring IPV6 static routes
10.5 Ping Test using IPV6
10.6 Traceroute on IPV6
11.0 Firewall Filter (ACL) Labs
11.1 Creating a Firewall filter
11.2 Applying firewall filter to an interface
11.3 View Firewall filter entries
11.4 Configuring and Verifying firewall filter Lab Scenario-1
11.5 Configuring and Verifying firewall filter Lab Scenario-2
12.0 Network Address Translation Labs
12.1 Configuring Source NAT using Egress interface Address
12.2 Configuring Source NAT Translation pool
12.3 Configuring Destination NAT pools
12.4 Creating Destination NAT rule set
12.5 Configuring Static NAT for single address translation
12.6 Configuring Source NAT using multiple rules Lab Scenario-1
12.7 Configuring Source NAT using multiple rules Lab Scenario-2
12.8 Configuring Destination NAT using multiple rules
13.0 Exercises on DHCP
13.1 Configuring juniper router as a DHCP Server
13.2 DHCP client configuration
13.3 Configuring two DHCP clients and DHCP verification commands
13.4 Assigning ip address to PC(computer) from DHCP server *
14.0  Basic Switch Labs
14.1 Entering configuration mode on a switch and exit
14.2 Setting Hostname
14.3 Set interface description
14.4 Shutdown an interface
14.5 Basic CLI commands
14.6 Configure bandwidth on an interface
14.7 Configuring ether-options on the gigabit ethernet switch
14.8 Configuring the management IP address on EX series switch
15.0 VLAN labs
15.1 Define VLANs
15.2 Configure a port for membership in that VLAN
15.3 Configuring an interface as a trunk port
15.4 Configuring VLANs on EX series switch
15.5 Configuring Routed VLAN interface (Inter-VLAN routing) on a switch
15.6 Creating DHCP pool on EX series switches *
15.7 Configure DHCP Server for multiple vlans in EX series switches *
15.8 Vlan Scenario *
15.9 Troubleshooting Lab with trunk functionality *
15.10 Routing between vlans and ping test *
16.0  Spanning Tree Protocol and VSTP labs
16.1 Configuring STP Timers
16.2 Setting bridge priority on switch
16.3 Configuring port priority
16.4 Verifying STP
16.5 Enabling VSTP on all VLANs
16.6 Enabling VSTP on a VLAN using a single VLAN-ID / VLAN-Name
17.0 PoE labs
17.1 Configuring guard-band and maximum power on PoE enabled interface
17.2 Configuring power management mode on PoE enabled interface
17.3 Disabling a PoE interface
17.4 Setting power priority on all PoE enabled interfaces

* - New lab exercises added in latest version 3.1.0 updated on 5/8/2016

Any suggestions or feedback, please email: simulator@certexams.com

Updated on 5/8/2016

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