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Kurs 72512 - Microsoft Windows XP Administration Part 3: TCP/IP and Remote Support - Online

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  • Ziele
    - Manually assign a static Internet Protocol (IP) address for a network device in Windows XP Professional. - Identify the different methods of assigning an alternate dynamic Internet Protocol (IP) address to a network device. - Automate Internet Protocol (IP) address assignment in Windows XP Professional by changing from static to dynamic IP addressing. - Identify features of user-friendly names used in Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) networks. - Sort characteristics of text files used for static mapping of names to an Internet Protocol (IP) address in Windows XP Professional. - Sort characteristics of services used for dynamic mapping of names to an Internet Protocol (IP) address in Windows XP Professional. - Identify features of establishing outbound remote access connections in Windows XP Professional. - Match remote access connection types supported by Windows XP Professional with their features. - Identify New Connection Wizard options that can be selected when creating a direct cable connection to another computer in Windows XP Professional.
  • Anforderungen
    The intended Audience for this course includes IT professionals that are new to the Windows XP environment, and involved in providing help desk support for Windows XP Professional desktops. They also provide support for the Windows XP family of products, or support for a Microsoft Windows XP solution environment. Finally, they are involved in supporting Windows XP Professional in non-Microsoft network operating systems. Course prerequisites would be A+ and Network+ certifications or equivalent. In addition, learners should have taken the first two parts of this series 72510 and 72511.
  • Titel
    Kurs 72512 - Microsoft Windows XP Administration Part 3: TCP/IP and Remote Support
  • Inhalt
    Course Overview

    This is the third course in a five part series on the Microsoft Windows XP Installation and Administration curriculum. It introduces the concepts behind TCP/IP, and teaches how to support TCP/IP on computers running Microsoft Windows XP Professional. The course also covers the TCP/IP name resolution process, and provides an introduction to installing and configuring Internet Information Server, and supporting remote users with different types of connections and environments for access to a corporate network.

    Deployment Options

    Self-Study

    Total Learning Time


    6 to 8 hours

    Objectives

    Unit 1: Configuring and Supporting TCP/IP 2 - 3 hours

    - Manually assign a static Internet Protocol (IP) address for a network device in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify the different methods of assigning an alternate dynamic Internet Protocol (IP) address to a network device.
    - Automate Internet Protocol (IP) address assignment in Windows XP Professional by changing from static to dynamic IP addressing.
    - Identify alternate configuration options for enabling Internet Protocol (IP) addressing in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify functions of common Windows XP Professional Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) troubleshooting utilities.
    - Match ipconfig commands for viewing Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) information with their functions.
    - Sequence the steps to test Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) configuration and network connections by using the ping command.

    Unit 2: Configuring Names Resolution 2 - 3 hours

    - Identify features of user-friendly names used in Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) networks.
    - Sort characteristics of text files used for static mapping of names to an Internet Protocol (IP) address in Windows XP Professional.
    - Sort characteristics of services used for dynamic mapping of names to an Internet Protocol (IP) address in Windows XP Professional.
    - Differentiate between requirements for using the Domain Name System (DNS) or the Windows Internet Name Service (WINS) for name resolution.
    - Sequence the stages in the host name resolution process used by Windows XP Professional.
    - Configure a Windows Internet Name Service (WINS) client.
    - Specify a new host name and Domain Name System (DNS) suffix in Windows XP Professional.
    - Configure a client to use a Domain Name System (DNS) server for name resolution in Windows XP Professional.
    Specify an additional Domain Name System (DNS) server in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify functions of configurable Domain Name System (DNS) server query settings in Windows XP Professional.
    - Configure a Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)-registered Windows XP Professional client to dynamically update the Domain Name System (DNS) database.
    - Match nslookup messages in Windows XP Professional with the Domain Name System (DNS) name resolution problems they signify.

    Unit 3: Supporting Remote Users 2 hours

    - Identify features of establishing outbound remote access connections in Windows XP Professional.
    - Match remote access connection types supported by Windows XP Professional with their features.
    - Identify New Connection Wizard options that can be selected when creating a direct cable connection to another computer in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify considerations when creating a dial-up or broadband connection to another computer in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify features of establishing a remote access connection to another computer in Windows XP Professional.
    - Match data transport protocols for remote access that are supported by Windows XP Professional with their features.
    - Configure an outbound multilink connection in Windows XP Professional by selecting communication devices.

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