CompTIA and Cisco don’t have to be the only ones making changes to their exam offerings. Juniper Networks recently announced some changes. The new Junos Security Troubleshooting exam JNO-690 will be replaced by JNO-691 in just two weeks. JNO-690, the old exam, will be phased out by April 30.
Juniper exam JNO-691, Junos troubleshooting leads you to Juniper Networks Certified Support Professional-SEC certification. Juniper exam JNO-691, Junos Troubleshooting, is a 90-minute exam that contains 65 multiple-choice questions. The current Juniper 690 version has 70 questions. This means there are 5 less questions to find the correct key. Juniper says the JNO-691 exam was designed for networking support professionals with intermediate knowledge about the Junos OS.
Juniper has made significant changes to the exam objectives (they are available here below). If you have been studying for the older exam, you will need to register and pass it before it is phased out on April 30, 2019. Candidates must hold the JNCIP ENT credential to be eligible for the exam.
This written exam is for experienced networking support professionals with intermediate knowledge about the Junos Operating System. It verifies the candidate’s ability to troubleshoot general issues relating to Junos devices.
Junos Troubleshooting exam topics were based on the instructor-led training courses and the additional resources.
The Junos Troubleshooting exam, which is the first of two required exams to earn JNCSP-ENT certification, is the first.
These are the detailed exam objectives
Troubleshooting Methodology
Troubleshooting and Monitoring of the Chassis
Troubleshooting and Monitoring Control Planes
Data Plane Monitoring and Troubleshooting
Monitoring and troubleshooting Layer 2 and Layer 3 Protocols
Monitoring and Troubleshooting High Availability (HA).
These are the only updates available on Juniper’s new exam at the moment. Keep checking back for more.