Juniper Networks Training
George Mason University Fairfax Campus
Operating Juniper Networks
Routers in the Enterprise
March 31‐May 16, 2009
Do you know how to install, configure, analyze and troubleshoot Juniper Networks Routers?
Join your peers in an instructor‐led course that focuses on installation, configuration, operational analysis, and troubleshooting considerations of Juniper Networks routers in the enterprise. Offered with a combination of lectures and labs, the introductory‐level program offers hands‐on experience with J‐series platforms and JUNOS software.
This program is intended for end users of J‐series platforms, such as network engineers, support personnel, reseller support, and anyone else who is responsible for implementing Juniper Networks Enterprise Routing products.
OJRE is an introductory‐level course. The OJRE prerequisite is a basic understanding of the TCP/IP protocols.
Juniper authorized training
Increased value to employers
Provides a path to Juniper certification
Learning spaced over 6‐week time frame
Class days and times are perfect for working professionals and students
For course description and content see: www.juniper.net/training/technical_education/courses/EDU‐JUN‐OJRE.html
Dates: This program will begin on March 31st and end on May 16th. It will be held on Tuesday evenings (3/31‐5/12) with three additional Saturday sessions (5/2‐5/16) for a full ten meetings.
Tuesday evening classes will run from 7:20 – 10:00 pm; Saturdays from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm. (Classes will be held on the following dates: 3/31; 4/7; 4/14; 4/21; 4/28; 5/2; 5/5; 5/9; 5/12; 5/16)
Location: GMU Fairfax Campus
Cost: $1500 ($995 for current GMU students, on a space available basis)
Optional certification exam not included; to register for Prometric Exam JNO‐342 (JNCIA‐ER) Juniper Networks Certified Internet Associate ($125), see the Prometric web site at
To register call 703‐993‐2109 or go to: www.ocpe.gmu.edu
For course information contact:
Pamela Van Meter [log in to unmask]