Linux Network Administration and Basic Security

PT4179
Summary
This course provides administrators with the knowledge to set up, trouble-shoot, and administer a Linux network. Red Hat Linux will be used for this course.
Prerequisites
To gain the most from this course, students must have experience as a Linux or UNIX system administrator, some exposure to network concepts, and have a working knowledge of the Linux or UNIX operating system and utilities.
Duration
5 Days/Lecture & Lab
Topics
  • Learn about Internet protocols, including TCP/IP, and the less common protocols such as UDP, ARP, and RARP
  • Set up, administer and support Linux networks, firewalls and gateways
  • Configure and route TCP/IP nets and subnets
  • Configure domain name services, NFS and NIS
  • Set up security for the network
  • Linux Networking Overview
  • Introduction to Networking
  • Internet Protocol
  • IP Addressing
  • Subnetting
  • Device Configuration
  • GUI-Graphical Configuration
  • Network Configuration
  • Configuring Bootp and DHCP
  • Regular Expressions using grep and awk
  • Bourne/Korn/C Shell Programming Shell Programming
  • Working with a Printer
  • The find Command
  • Controlling the Execution of Linux Commands
  • Setting Up the NIS Server
  • Setting Up the NFS Server and Clients
  • Configuring the NFS Server and Clients
  • Setting up the DNS Server and Clients
  • Configuring the DNS Server and Clients
  • IP Chains
  • Remote Connectivity
  • Sendmail
  • Apache Web Server
  • Network and Basic Host Security
  • Networking Management-SNMP

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