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1. Title

  • Essential Networking for Linux (UNETW, 3 days)
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2. Course Pre-requisites

  • Working knowledge of the Linux operating system .c

3. Target Audience

  • Linux users aor administrator wishing to learn Linux Networking

4. Dates and Pricing

Oct 4 to Oct 6, 2017$1,675.00/person

5. Outline

Module 1: Introduction to Networking

Topic 1: Introducing TCPIP

Topic 2: About TCPIP and Accessible Networks

Topic 3: IP Addresses and the Network Card

Topic 4: Static versus Dynamic Addresses

Topic 5: The IP Address, the Subnet Mask and the Default Gateway

Topic 6: About Routers, Switches and Bridges

Topic 7: The role of the DHCP Server

Topic 8: The role of the DNS Server

Topic 9: Understanding the Entire Network

Module 2: IPV4 Essentials

Topic 1: TCPIP Technologies

Topic 2: About DHCP for IPV4

Topic 3: About DNS for IPV4

Topic 4: Sub-netting for IPV4

Topic 5: Planning an IPV4 Network

Topic 6: IPV4 and Security Encryption

Topic 7: IPV4 and Wireless Networks

Topic 8: Implementing IPV4

Module 3: Implementing IPV4

Topic 1: Installing the DNS Server

Topic 2: Configuring the DNS Server

Topic 3: Installing Active Directory

Topic 4: Configuring DHCPV4

Topic 5: Managing Reservations and Leases

Topic 6: Adding Clients to the Network

Topic 7: Adding File Shares

Topic 8: Adding Printers

Topic 9: Managing the Network

Module 4: IPV6 Essentials

Topic 1: The Need for IPv6: An Overall Strategy

Topic 2: Hardware Considerations

Topic 3: Exploring IPV6 Addresses

Topic 4: About Subnets and Sites

Topic 5: Planning the IPV6 Network

Topic 6: DHCP for IPV6 Architecture

Topic 7: DNS for IPV6 Architecture

Topic 8: What about IPV6 and IPV4 Coexistence?

Module 5: Using DHCP in a LINUX Environment

Topic 1: What is DHCP?

Topic 2: How DHCP Provides a Leased IP Address

Topic 3: How does the Client choose a DHCP Server?

Topic 4: Lease Renewal

Topic 5: Obtain an IP Address Automatically

Topic 6: Obtain a DNS Server Address Automatically

Topic 7: Confirm IP Address Assignment

Topic 8: Troubleshooting DHCP Clients

Topic 9: Authorizing a DHCP Server

Topic 10: Creating Multiple DHCP Scopes

Topic 11: Configuring a DHCP Scope

Topic 12: Creating DHCP Reservations for Clients and Servers

Topic 13: Exclusion Ranges

Module 6: Connecting to the Internet using NAT

Topic 1: Possible Scenarios

Topic 2: NAT Architecture and Process

Topic 3: The NAT Address Allocation Lifecycle

Topic 4: Implementing NAT

Topic 5: Configuring NAT

Topic 6: Configuring the Browser for Internet Access

Module 7: A Complete Networking Troubleshooting Lab

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