April 11th, 2005, 11:50 AM
Well its been a while i posted here, but this time i need some reactions from you guys again.
Recently I attended a course on Implementing Netscreen Secure Gateways, which i'll need to maintain and install secure VPN's and/or other firewalling concepts for several of our clients.
The company wants me to get the cert, which is JNCIA (Juniper Networks Certified Internet Associate), which is imo a nice add-on to the cisco-cert. But how is it rated in the security/network world itself ?
Is it just another cert ? Or is it actually good to have ?