Network Administering in Linux Training Course
This course is delivered in English.
The course participant will answer the following questions:
- How to build a network based on TCP / IP?
- How to plan a TCP / IP network.
- What are the tools available in the system?
- How do I share files?
- How does e-mail?
- How to configure the hardware in Linux?
- History network, TCP / IP and UUCP
- Networking in linux
Introduction to TCP / IP protocol
- Network interface
- IP Address
- Address Resolution
- IP Routing
- ICMP The Internet Control Message Protocol
- Resolving Host Names
The hardware configuration
- Configuring the kernel
- The types of network devices
- Installing Ethernet cards
- Discussion protocols PLIP, PPP, SLIP
Setting up a network based on TCP / IP
- Determining the name (hostname)
- IP Address Assignment
- Create a subnet
- File management hosts and networks
- Configuring network Interfaceów
- All about ifconfig
- Interfaceów configuration using iproute2 package
- traceroute command
- The command netstat
- Managing the ARP table
- DNS Configuration
Firewall TCP / IP
- Designing a firewall
- Netfilter and IP Tables
Starting network services
- Super Server inetd (xinetd) versus standalone
- Managing access to services through tcpd
- File Services and Protocols
Network File System (NFS)
- Mounts NFS shares
- NFS Server Configuration
- SMTP and POP3 protocols
- Simple setup for postfix
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