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Kurs 13617 - Linux Administration Part 3: Networking and Security - Online

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Ziele:
- Identify the features of networking in Linux. - Identify the procedure for setting up an Ethernet TCP/IP connection on a Linux system. - Identify the procedure for configuring a network interface in Linux. - Identify the features of the Network File System (NFS). - Identify the features of the Network Information Services (NIS). - Identify the features of the Network Information Service +(NIS+).
Anforderungen:
The audience for this curriculum will be very wide. Learners will generally come from two backgrounds: The first group are new to Linux with little to no previous Linux or Unix experience, the second group will have some Linux or Unix experience, but want to learn about Linux or the basics of System and Network Administration. Learners who start the curriculum with the first user fundamentals course will have experience of other O/S, but assume that they are completely Linux inexperienced.
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Kurs 13617 - Linux Administration Part 3: Networking and Security
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Course Description

This course in the Linux Essentials series covers how to create network connections and provide network services. It begins by examining basic protocols and how to create LAN and WAN connections. The course then introduces routing before dealing with a number of network services. These services include NFS, DNS, NIS, DHCP, and basic security.

Total Learning Time

6 to 8 hours

Objectives

Unit 1: Internetworking Connections

- Identify the features of networking in Linux.
- Identify the procedure for setting up an Ethernet TCP/IP connection on a Linux system.
- Install a network card on a Linux system.
- Identify the procedure for configuring a network interface in Linux.
- Identify the procedure for testing a local area network (LAN) connection in Linux.
- Identify the features of wide area network (WAN) connections.
- Identify the dial-up connections that are available in Linux.
- Configure a point-to-point protocol (PPP) connection in Linux.
- Identify the features of routing and routing protocols.
- Identify the features of Internet Protocol (IP) addresses and classes.
- Identify the features of TCP and UDP ports and services.
- Identify the features of name resolution in TCP/IP networks.
- Identify the guidelines for configuring a Linux-based router.

Unit 2: Network Services

- Identify the features of the Network File System (NFS).
- Sequence the steps to configure the Network File System (NFS).
- Mount a remote file system.
- Identify the features of the Network Information Services (NIS).
- Configure a Network Information Service (NIS) client.
- Configure a Network Information Services (NIS) server.
- Identify the features of the Network Information Service +(NIS+).
- Identify the features of the Domain Name System (DNS).
- Configure a Domain Name Service (DNS) client on a Linux machine.
- Configure a Domain Name System (DNS) server on a Linux machine.
- Identify the features of the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP).
- Identify the procedure for configuring a Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server and client.
- Identify the procedure for configuring an Apache server on a Linux machine.
- Identify the features of the Sendmail mail transport program.
- Identify the procedure for using the Server Message Block (SMB) protocol to integrate Linux and Windows networks.
- Identify procedures for setting up a File Transfer Protocol (FTP) server on a Linux machine.
- Identify the features of Linux proxy services.
- Identify the functions of the inetd daemon.
- Identify commonly used Web browsers that are available for Linux.
- Identify issues relating to general network security concerns.
- Identify the guidelines for developing a network security policy.
- Identify the guidelines for securing your network against unauthorized local user access.
- Identify the tools that assist with network security.
- Identify the guidelines for securing files and file systems.

Course Access

Each student has access to the course for a period of 6 months from the day of enrollment in the course.
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