Network Administration (Windows & Linux)

Course Overview/Objective
  • To Setup and configure their own Linux server
  • To Configure & manage major services such as web, mail, proxy, DNS and DHCP
  • To Secure the server and applications
  • To Backup important data
  • To troubleshoot services and network related problems.
Requirements

Graduate,Experience  in  the  use  of windows  applications.

Course Project
Yes
Used Tools
Command Prompt, Network and Sharing Center, Network Monitor ;Linux, Windows Server 2012, VMware etc
Course Outline
  • Networking Terminology, Network Categories, Standard Network Models, Physical Network Topologies, Logical Network Topologies, Network Communications Methods, Data Transmission Methods, Media Access Methods
  • Network Types Bounded Network Media, Unbounded Network Media
  • Network Components, Media and Hardware, Ethernet Networks, Wireless Networks
  • Understanding Wide Area Networks, Noise Control, Network Connectivity Devices 
  • Networking Models, Defining Networks with the OSI Model.
  • TCP/IP Model. Understanding Internet Protocol, IP Addressing, Default IP Addressing Schemes
  • LAN Infrastructure TCP/IP Addressing and Data Delivery: TCP/IP Properties and Characteristics
  • Internet Connections Configure Basic Windows Networking
  •  Assign IP Addresses,   TCP/IP Commands TCP/IP Interoperability Services
  • Delivery Techniques, Configure Network Perimeters, Sub netting, Create Custom IP Addressing Schemes, Implement IPv6 Addresses        
  • TCP/IP Services Using Windows Networking Features, security, network management, user groups
  • Windows 2008 Server Administration, Various Server Configuration
  • Active Directory Domain Services
  • Network Resource Management using Active Directory Domain Services
  • Active Directory Design and Security Concepts
  • Account Management, Configuring Group Policy
  • Configuring and Marinating the Active directory Infrastructure
  • Additional Active server Role
  • Server Management and Monitoring.
  • Cloud Service Management