Linux Network Administration
This is the third class of Savoir-faire Linux' course.
It gives the student the required knowledge to administer a network under Linux. The student will be able to configure a Linux server over a TCP/IP network, setup the different routing services, email, DNS, FTP, SAMBA, etc, and setup an NFS disk share between two servers.
- The OSI model
- TCP/IP protocol
- Administer and configure TCP/IP under Linux
- DNS server Configuration (Domain Name System)
- Network services (xinetd)
- Remote commands (ssh, rsh, etc)
- FTP server Configuration
- NFS server Configuration
- LDAP server Configuration
- Email server Configuration
- Samba Configuration
- DHCP Configuration
Being a current or future Linux system user.
SFL201 or a Linux or Unix relevant experience, and be familiar with scripts and command lines.
I appreciated the training and found it to be a good starting point for someone like myself that had very experience with Linux. After the training, I was able to start using a Linux system comfortably.