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One of the things I like the most about the Juniper certification process is how straight-forward it is.  You take a test that covers a clearly defined subject area and at the end of it, if you pass, you have a new certification.  Simple and clean.  However, this is also one of the more frustrating parts of their certification process.  A single test means that for any one test, questions can come from a wide range of topics of varying complexity.

Currently, I am working on obtaining my Juniper Networks Certified Internet Specialist for Enterprise Routing and Switching (or JNCIS-ENT) credential.  As the title would suggest, this test focuses on mainline routing and switching concepts in the Juniper universe.  There is nothing particularly surprising in the testing objectives.  However, as anyone who has worked in the networking field for a few years can tell you–switching and routing are huge topics by…

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