The Complete Network Infrastructure, Troubleshooting and Diagnostics Course
(NETINF, 4 days)


Description

This SETC Certified course provides participants with a comprehensive introduction to networking in a multi-platform environment. Beginning with the design and architecture of the physical network, the course proceeds to a discussion of logical network design for wither an IPv4 or IPv6 based network. This is followed by an overview of critical network services such as DHCP, DNS, and NAT amongst others.

Dates and Pricing


Jan 9 to Jan 12, 2018$2,775/person Feb 6 to Feb 9, 2018$2,775/person Mar 6 to Mar 9, 2018$2,775/person

Outline

Introduction to Networking
Introducing TCP/IP
About TCP/IP and Accessible Networks
IP Addresses and the Network Card
Static versus Dynamic Addresses
The IP Address, the Subnet Mask and the Default Gateway
About Routers, Switches and Bridges
The role of the DHCP Server
The role of the DNS Server
Understanding the Entire Network
IPV4 Essentials
TCP/IP Technologies
About DHCP for IPV4
About DNS for IPV4
Sub-netting for IPV4
Planning an IPV4 Network
IPV4 and Security/Encryption
IPV4 and Wireless Networks
Implementing IPV4
Implementing IPV4
Installing the DNS Server
Configuring the DNS Server
Installing Active Directory
Configuring DHCPV4
Managing Reservations and Leases
Adding Clients to the Network
Adding File Shares
Adding Printers
Managing the Network
IPV6 Essentials
The Need for IPv6: An Overall Strategy
Hardware Considerations
Exploring IPV6 Addresses
About Subnets and Sites
Planning the IPV6 Network
DHCP for IPV6 Architecture
DNS for IPV6 Architecture
What about IPV6 and IPV4 Coexistence?
Using DHCP
What is DHCP?
How DHCP Provides a Leased IP Address
How does the Client choose a DHCP Server?
Lease Renewal
Obtain an IP Address Automatically
Obtain a DNS Server Address Automatically
Automatic Private IP Addressing (APIPA)
Static Alternate IP Address Configuration
Using the Connection Repair Button
Confirm IP Address Assignment using the Command Prompt
Troubleshooting DHCP Clients using the Command Prompt
Using Windows Components Wizard to Install the DHCP Server Service
Authorizing a DHCP Server
Creating Multiple DHCP Scopes
Configuring a DHCP Scope
Exclusion Ranges
Connecting to the Internet using NAT
Possible Scenarios
NAT Architecture and Process
The NAT Address Allocation Lifecycle
Implementing NAT
Configuring NAT
Configuring the Browser for Internet Access
Connecting LINUX Clients
Configuring LINUX Clients
Configuring Linux Based Security
Supporting LINUX Clients
LINUX Command Line Tools
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting: Best Practices
Tracing the Route
Reaching the Gateway
Reaching the Destination
Dealing with Name Resolution Problems
Dealing with IP Address Conflicts
Dealing with Hardware Failure
Dealing with Network Connectivity Errors
Dealing with Cross Platform Connectivity Issues
A Complete Networking Troubleshooting Lab