Advanced Operation and Troubleshooting of Juniper Networks WX Series Application Acceleration Platforms (AJWX) — A 3-day course
Please note that this course has been retired and is no longer available. Please see the Juniper page for courses currently available in this subject area.
This three-day course discusses troubleshooting tools and concepts for WX Series platforms and several advanced topics. Key topics include redundancy and backup strategies, encryption, advanced application definitions, and troubleshooting of major technology areas for WX Series devices. This course is based on WXOS software version 5.7.
Through demonstrations and hands-on labs, students will gain experience in troubleshooting, deploying, and understanding concepts of WX Series platforms.
After successfully completing this course, you should be able to:
- Diagnose and troubleshoot WX Series platforms.
- Troubleshoot the network.
- Troubleshoot compression.
- Troubleshoot Packet Flow Acceleration technology.
- Troubleshoot Application Flow Acceleration technology.
- Troubleshoot quality of service.
- Troubleshoot WX Series devices using the WX Central Management System.
- Configure redundant design options.
- Configure IPsec and SSL optimization.
- Configure and monitor application definitions.
This course is intended for network engineers, support personnel, reseller support personnel, and anyone responsible for implementing the WX Series platforms.
Completion of the Operating Juniper Networks WX Series Application Acceleration Platforms (OJWX) course or equivalent experience with WX Series platforms is required. This course also assumes that students have basic networking knowledge and experience in the following areas:
- Basic WAN acceleration concepts.
- Network administration.
This course has been retired and is no longer available.
Chapter 1: Course Introduction
Chapter 2: WX Series Overview
- The WX Framework
- WX Series Deployment
- WX Series Concepts
Chapter 3: Troubleshooting WX Series Platforms
- Overview of Troubleshooting Tools
- Log Messages
- Diagnostic Files
- Graphs and Charts
- Capturing Traffic
- IP Flows
- Performance Monitoring
- Event Monitoring
- Lab 1: Exploring and Testing WX Series Platform Troubleshooting Tools
Chapter 4: Troubleshooting the Network
- Basic Checklist
- Interface Errors
- Common Items Not Seen in WebUI
- Acceleration Exposes Common Network Issues
- Traffic Not Flowing as Expected
- Lab 2: Troubleshooting Network Issues
Chapter 5: Troubleshooting Compression
- Requirements for Compression
- Tunnel and Subnet Verification
- Troubleshooting Tools for Compression
- Monitoring Compression
- Compression Tuning
- Lab 3: Troubleshooting Compression
Chapter 6: Troubleshooting Packet Flow Acceleration Technology
- Overview of PFA
- Troubleshooting PFA
- Monitoring PFA
- Tuning TCP Acceleration
- Lab 4: Troubleshooting Packet Flow Acceleration
Chapter 7: Troubleshooting Application Flow Acceleration Technology
- Overview AppFlow
- Troubleshooting AppFlow
- Monitoring AppFlow
- Tuning HTTP Acceleration
- Lab 5: Troubleshooting Application Flow Acceleration
Chapter 8: Troubleshooting Quality of Service
- Overview of QoS for WX Series Platforms
- Troubleshooting and Monitoring QoS
- Tuning QoS
- Lab 6: Troubleshooting Scenarios
Chapter 9: Troubleshooting WX Series Devices Using the WX Central Management System
- WX CMS Overview
- Centralized Device Monitoring and Management
- Centralized Configuration Management
- Centralized Performance Monitoring
Chapter 10: Redundant Designs
- Load Balancing
- Policy-Based Multipath
- Asymmetric Routing
Chapter 11: Encryption: IPsec and SSL Optimization
- Overview of IPsec on WX Series and WXC Series Platforms
- Configuring IPsec
- Overview of SSL Optimization
- Configuring SSL Optimization
- Lab 7: Configuring IPsec
Chapter 12: Advanced Application Definitions
- What Are Application Definitions?
- Application Definition Scenarios
- Configuring Application Definitions