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    Default How to prepare for the JNCIS-ENT exam

    I have recently passed the JNCIA-Junos exam and would like to move on to the JNCIS-ENT exam.
    How do I go about studying for this? There seems to be limited resources available (books etc). Can anybody recommend any study guides / books / videos to help me prepare for this.
    I have access to Juniper kit and olive, so can get some hand on practice. Something similar to the JNCIA fast track guides would be good.

    Many thanks
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    Official Site has alot of information, including courses and course materials. They even have "Prescriptive Training," which can tell you a little bit about what you might want to research on your own to help prepare.

    Official Objectives:
    https://www.juniper.net/us/en/traini...ces/jncis-ent/

    Video Learning:
    https://www.pluralsight.com/courses/..._source=314743
    https://www.cbtnuggets.com/it-traini...n0-343-layer-2

    Practice Exams:
    https://www.amazon.com/Juniper-JN0-3...=JNCIS-ENT+343

    Tech Exams Thread (5 years old):
    Passed the JNCIS-ENT..pretty basic stuff!!

    Disclaimer: I have not began prep for this cert or had much experience on Juniper Equipment. Take any information I give as a donation of time, not to be confused with expertise.

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    Thanks for your reply p@r0tuXus. I am quite new to certifications and don't really know how to prepare. I guess the objectives would be best place to start, then I'll try and move onto the videos.
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