I like Computer Networking, it’s logical and always on Cutting Edge of technology. When I started Networking, having one Domain Expertise and a CCIE was considered great, nowadays you are expected to be Jack of all trades and Also you need to know software engineering as well.

I will keep this blog mostly to document changes and technologies that I encounter and career paths as I move along.

Good Luck!

10 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Praveen
    Oct 13, 2017 @ 23:03:10

    could I get the study materilas for JNCIE SP


    • Rakesh M
      Dec 07, 2017 @ 16:17:22

      Hello Praveen,

      Most of the material I used relied on official bootcamp and ASJPR/JMV provided in training sessions.

      Rakesh M


  2. Umair Asghar
    Dec 06, 2017 @ 00:08:12

    Rakesh it was nice going through your blog… I recently passed JNCIS-SEC exam.. Now im moving towards JNCIP-SEC.. Can you share any relative material.. Videos that can help..??


    • Rakesh M
      Dec 07, 2017 @ 16:19:55

      Hello Umair,

      I used official SRX series Book for the reading honestly and nothing else as of now, I have seen INE video series for JNCIE-Sec but felt they could have included much more than that. Most of the course-ware is really basic and only the book SRX series is making more sense along with design and Juniper Partner traiing videos.



      • Umair Asghar
        Dec 10, 2017 @ 05:27:07

        Hello Rakesh,

        Thanks for your reply. I’m searching for INE videos for JNCIP-SEC but I think they are not freely available. Can you share some links. I’ve SRX series book but I need some videos as well to get along with.


        • Rakesh M
          Dec 14, 2017 @ 04:21:21

          I cant share the videos Umair, it against INE copy right protection policy. sorry but could not help you there ! Good luck with the exams!


  3. Cris
    Dec 13, 2017 @ 06:06:57

    Hi Rakesh,

    I am interested to get JNCIE-SP certification, before I have to get JNCIA-SP, JNCIS-SP and JNCIP-SP. Any advice?

    Thank you for your blog, it’s really interesting.


    • Rakesh M
      Dec 14, 2017 @ 04:19:04

      Hi Cris,

      unlike cisco as you know its compulsory with Juniper to get those certified before you attempt the lab. With respect to the advise VMX is the best bet, there are two variants one vmx is a normal one (14.x) version i believe no longer downloadable from juniper which is a single VM and hassle free, for your prep work this should be more than enough than the latest ones.

      Follow the Juniper official courses, if you are partner or have a partnership with Juniper you can actually buy course-ware (not the training but the actual course-ware) and should be able to do most of the stuff on your own, its not that hard and now a days there is a lot of help for juniper training out there

      the critical criteria – First understand the importance of logical-systems and how to build them so that you can do your prep almost on a single VM, secondly you need to lab at least 1 topic a day and document it anywhere instead of doing say 15 odd topics on a weekend, that really helped me in many ways

      Anything else feel free to shoot me a question

      Glad you liked the blog.



  4. Gabriel Sicouret
    Nov 17, 2019 @ 07:04:15

    Hey, I’d like to purchase your whole set of courses about JNCIS-SP but I have some questions, do you have an Email address?



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