Introduction to Juniper Security

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Introduction to Juniper Security Training Course Overview

In this comprehensive three-day course, participants will acquire foundational knowledge to effectively navigate the Junos operating system and configure Junos security devices. The curriculum offers a concise overview of Juniper security products, emphasizing key architectural components within the Junos software. Topics covered include UI options, with a significant focus on CLI, initial device setup configuration tasks, basics of interface configuration illustrated with examples, secondary system configuration, and fundamentals of operational monitoring and maintenance for Junos Security devices. The course further explores essential security concepts such as security objects, policies, and configuration examples, covering types of security objects, security policies, security services NAT, site-to-site IPsec VPN, and Juniper Secure Connect VPN. Through hands-on labs and demonstrations, students will gain practical experience in configuring and monitoring Junos OS, along with basic device operations on the SRX Series device. This course is structured on Junos OS Release 21.2R1.10, ensuring relevance and practical applicability in the latest Juniper environments.

Intended Audience For Introduction to Juniper Security Training

  • Network Engineers and Architects
  • Security Administrators
  • System Engineers
  • Network Administrators
  • IT Professionals
  • Technical Support Staff
  • Anyone Seeking Foundational Juniper Security Knowledge

Learning objectives for the Introduction to Juniper Security training course

  • Describe Juniper Networks connected security device framework
  • Describe SRX Series device features
  • Describe initial and basic configuration
  • Describe and demonstrate the Junos CLI options
  • Configure security zone and screen objects
  • Configure address and service objects
  • Implement security policies
  • Describe IPS and implement IPS policies
  • Describe user-based firewall and implement integrated user-based firewall
  • Describe UTM—antivirus and antispam
  • Describe UTM—content filtering and Web filtering
  • Describe JATP Cloud features
  • Implement Source NAT
  • Implement Destination and Static NAT
  • Implement site-to-site IPsec VPN
  • Describe SSL VPN by using Juniper Secure Connect
  • Administer and troubleshoot security services on an SRX Series device
  • Describe monitoring and reporting features on the SRX Series device

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Benefits of taking the Introduction to Juniper Security training

  • Foundational Security Knowledge: Gain a fundamental understanding of Juniper security products and key architectural components, establishing a solid foundation in network security.
  • Junos OS Configuration Skills: Learn how to configure Junos security devices, focusing on tasks associated with the initial setup, interface configuration, and system configuration.
  • Security Object and Policy Understanding: Acquire knowledge about security objects and policies, including types of security objects, security policies, and how to implement them.
  • Hands-On Experience: Through demonstrations and hands-on labs, develop practical skills in configuring and monitoring Junos OS, enhancing your ability to work with Juniper security devices.
  • Network Security Best Practices: Understand best practices in network security, including the configuration of security services such as NAT, site-to-site IPsec VPNs, and Juniper Secure Connect VPN.
  • Security Monitoring Techniques: Learn the basics of operational monitoring and maintenance of Junos Security devices, gaining insight into security-related monitoring tasks.
  • Versatility in Security Solutions: Explore a brief overview of Juniper security products, allowing you to understand the diverse range of security solutions provided by Juniper Networks.
  • Preparation for Advanced Security Training: Lay the groundwork for more advanced Juniper security training by building a strong knowledge base in Junos security concepts.
  • Alignment with Industry Standards: Acquire knowledge aligned with industry standards and best practices, ensuring that your security skills are in line with current industry requirements.
  • Enhanced Network Defense Skills: Develop skills that contribute to securing network infrastructure, protecting against potential threats, and implementing robust security measures.

Introduction to Juniper Security Training Course Modules

Module 1: Introduction 1.1 Course Introduction

Module 2: Juniper Connected Security 2.1 Identify high-level security challenges 2.2 Describe basic network security design 2.3 Identify key factors in Juniper Networks security focus

Module 3: Juniper SRX Series Overview 3.1 Describe Junos architecture and SRX features 3.2 Explain traffic processing and logical packet flow 3.3 Describe Junos J-Web UI and its features

Module 4: Juniper SRX Initial Configuration 4.1 List and perform initial configuration tasks 4.2 Perform basic interface configuration tasks 4.3 Lab 1: Initial System Configuration

Module 5: UI Options – The Junos CLI 5.1 Perform Junos CLI basics 5.2 Describe Junos operational and configuration modes

Module 6: Security Zones and Screen Objects 6.1 Describe and configure security zone objects 6.2 Describe and configure screen objects

Module 7: Address Objects and Service Objects 7.1 Describe and configure address objects 7.2 Describe and configure service objects 7.3 Lab 2: Creating Security Objects

Module 8: Security Policies 8.1 Describe purpose and types of security policies 8.2 Define security policy components 8.3 Configure application firewall with unified security policies 8.4 Implement security policy for a given use case 8.5 Lab 3: Creating Security Policies

Module 9: Security Services—IPS 9.1 Explain purpose of IPS 9.2 Define IPS policy components 9.3 Configure IPS policies

Module 10: Security Services—Integrated User-Based Firewall 10.1 Explain purpose of user-based firewall 10.2 Configure integrated user-based firewall 10.3 Lab 4: Security Services—IPS Integrated User Firewall

Module 11: UTM—Antivirus and Antispam 11.1 Describe purpose of UTM services 11.2 Explain antispam functionality

Module 12: UTM—Content Filtering and Web Filtering 12.1 Explain content filtering functionality 12.2 Explain web filtering functionality 12.3 Lab 5: Implementing UTM Virtual SRX

Module 13: Juniper Connected Security—JATP Cloud 13.1 Explain purpose and features of JATP 13.2 Describe process to enroll devices with JATP Cloud 13.3 Monitor JATP 13.4 Lab 6: JATP Overview

Module 14: Source Network Address Translation 14.1 Describe purpose and functionality of NAT and PAT 14.2 Configure and monitor source NAT 14.3 Explain purpose of proxy ARP

Module 15: Destination Network Address Translation and Static Network Address Translation 15.1 Configure and monitor destination NAT 15.2 Configure and monitor static NAT 15.3 Lab 7: Implementing NAT

Module 16: Site-to-Site IPsec VPN 16.1 Describe high-level overview and configuration options for IPsec VPN 16.2 Implement IPsec VPN for a given use case 16.3 Describe functionality of proxy-id and traffic selectors 16.4 Monitor site-to-site IPsec VPN 16.5 Lab 8: Implementing IPsec VPN

Module 17: Juniper Secure Connect 17.1 Describe Juniper Secure Connect features 17.2 Explain Juniper Secure Connect UI options 17.3 Deploy Juniper Secure Connect 17.4 Monitor Juniper Secure Connect 17.5 Lab 9: Implementing Juniper Secure Connect

Module 18: SRX Troubleshooting 18.1 Discuss SRX and vSRX licensing 18.2 Describe how to use packet capture 18.3 Describe traceoptions on the SRX Series device 18.4 Discuss how to verify Content Security policy usage

Module 19: Monitoring and Reporting 19.1 Explain basic monitoring features 19.2 Explain use of network utility tools on SRX Series device 19.3 Describe procedure of maintaining Junos OS 19.4 Identify various reports available on SRX J-Web interface 19.5 Lab 10: Monitoring and Reporting

Module A: SRX Series Hardware and Interfaces Module
B: Virtual SRX Module
C: Juniper Sky Enterprise Module
D: IPsec VPN Concepts

Introduction to Juniper Security Training Course Prerequisites

  • Basic networking knowledge
  • Basic understanding of the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) reference model
  • Basic understanding of the TCP/ IP protocol suite

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