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					                     NEW HYBRID ONLINE COURSE OPPORTUNITY
                          JUNOS SOFTWARE AND ROUTING
Juniper Networks is a leader in the core router market with its M and T series routers running JUNOS.
With its J-series routers, introduced in 2006, and more recently with the SRX-series services gateways
Juniper Networks is now well represented in the Enterprise market and created the Juniper Networks
Academic Alliance (JNAA), to offer courses through Colleges.
City College of San Francisco (CCSF) was one of its first members.

Now, students at non-JNAA colleges have an opportunity to take a Juniper Academic Alliance course,
offered in a hybrid in-person and remote access format through the Mid-Pacific ICT Center.

About the Course:            Junos Software and Routing – 3 Units
                             Section – CNIT 209J – G51 CRN 39940
                             Instructor: Pierre Thiry
For Spring Semester 2011, CCSF’s Computer Networking and Information Technology (CNIT)
Department is offering CNIT 209J: Junos Software and Routing, a course preparing students for the
Juniper Networks Certified Internet Associate certification (JNCIA-Junos Exam JNO-101).

This introductory-level, instructor-led course focuses on Junos Operating System: interface options,
initial and secondary system configurations, operational monitoring and maintenance. Routing
fundamentals: static routing and Open Short Path First (OSPF) dynamic routing, routing policy and
firewall filters. Class of Services. Border Gateway Protocol (BGP). Load Balancing and High Availability
Networks.
The course combines lecture and labs, with significant time for interactive experience with mainly J-
series platforms and JUNOS. This class is an excellent way to prepare students to attend other offerings
in the Juniper Networks training curriculum.

To be successful in this course, students should have at a minimum a background in networking
including working knowledge of the TCP/IP and OSI models. At City College this would be equivalent to
CNIT 106, Intro to networking or CNIT 201E Network Fundamentals.
In-Person Instructor Led Instruction:

This face-to-face course will be Monday nights, 6-9pm, 1/24- 5/25, on the CCSF Ocean campus.
Register for CNIT 209J– G51 CRN# 39940 (Online course students are welcome to drop in if they can.)

Synchronous, Interactive Online Instruction and Remote Lab Access:

Students who are not in San Francisco will be able to interact with the class in real time via:
    the outstanding CCCConfer Teach and Confer platform via any computer on the Internet,
    INSIGHT (CCSF’s version of Moodle Course Management Software), and
    Scheduled VPN hardware remote access.
Register for CNIT 209J – G51 CRN# 39940.
Contact the Instructor Pierre Thiry.for additional information on this

Asynchronous Course Review:

All students in this course will be able to view archived course lectures via the Internet and may be able
to download video and audio podcasts of course lectures for review on mobile devices.



How to register for CNIT 209J – G51 – CRN# 39940:
Step 1: Apply for Admission to City College of San Francisco

All NEW and RE-ADMIT (those who have been away from CCSF for one or more semesters prior to the
coming semester) students need to submit an Admissions Application. Submit your online application.
You will receive the earliest date and time you can register for classes, online or in person.

If you have questions, please contact the Office of Admissions and Records , City College of San
Francisco, 50 Phelan Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94112. Tel.: 415-239-3285), or email your question to
admit@ccsf.edu.

Step 2 : Register for the Course

On or after your registration date, register for CNIT 209 – G01 – CRN 78929 through the WebSTARS
online registration system. How to register online

If you miss the regular registration, you can still enroll. You will need to ADD the class with the
instructor once the semester begins. (e-mail pthiry@ccsf.edu to get an ADD code if registering after
August 17) How to ADD (or DROP) a class after the registration deadline

Tuition and Fees
You can pay your fees by cash, check, money order or credit card when you register. Fees of
approximately $82 are due at the time of enrollment. This includes the in-state tuition for this 3-unit
course ($60).

				
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