Linux Network Administration

Linux Training Philippines

Course: 522

Type: Hands-On Training

Duration: 5 days

Courses Benefits:

The full potential of Linux is best seen in a network environment. Linux offers many services including web, file and printer sharing, mail, among others. This Linux training course teaches you how to take advantage of the many network services that Linux provides that are useful in a corporate setting. CentOS - a Linux distribution that is based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) and one of the leading distributions used in server environments, is used for this course.

You Will Learn How To:

  • Perform TCP/IP network configuration
  • Create a file server using Samba, FTP, and NFS
  • Manage printers and queues
  • Install and configure the Apache web server
  • Create a mail server using Sendmail and Dovecot
  • Set up a proxy server using Squid
  • Perform basic host-based security administration
  • Write simple Bash shell scripts
  • Manage, configure, and update the kernel

Who Should Attend:

This Linux training course is designed for individuals who are interested in gaining in depth knowledge of how to administer a Linux server. Extensive experience (several years) using Intel x86 computers, including a strong knowledge of hardware components and their interaction with basic operating system (OS) components are assumed.

Course Content:

The Linux Kernel

  • Kernel Types
  • Updating Kernel from Precompiled Kernel package
  • Installing Kernel from Source
  • Customizing Kernel
  • Modules Management

System Startup

  • Boot Sequence
  • The GRUB boot loader
  • Kernel initialization
  • Init initialization
  • Controlling Services

Printing

  • System-config-printer
  • Adding Printers
  • Using CUPS
  • Managing Print Jobs (lpr, lpq, lpm)
  • Printing Utilities

IP Addressing

  • Understanding the IP Address
  • Netmasks and Network Classes
  • Subnetting and CIDR
  • Network and Broadcast Address

Network Configuration

  • Changing Your Hostname
  • Activating and Deactivating a Network Interface
  • Assigning an IP Address
  • IP Aliases
  • Network Configuration Tools

Routing

  • Routers
  • Displaying the Routing Table
  • Adding and Deleting Routes
  • Tracing Paths to Other Networks

TCP/IP

  • The TCIP/IP Protocol Stack
  • TCP vs UDP

DNS

  • The /etc/hosts File
  • DNS Concepts
  • Installing DNS
  • Configuring Clients
  • Configuring DNS – named.conf
  • Securing DNS Using a chroot Environment

FTP

  • The FTP Protocol
  • Installing and Configuring VSFTPD
  • Running and Testing FTP
  • Listing Files
  • Downloading and Uploading Files
  • Common FTP Operations
  • Monitoring Usage

NFS

  • NFS Overview
  • Installing NFS
  • Starting and Stopping NFS
  • Sharing or Exporting Directories
  • Mounting and Unmounting a Remote Share

Samba

  • Introduction to Samba
  • Installing Samba
  • Configuring Samba
  • Sharing Files
  • The NetBIOS Name Server
  • Running and Testing Samba
  • Imposing File Sharing Security

Sendmail

  • Simple Mail Transport Protocol
  • Sendmail Overview
  • Installing Sendmail
  • Configuring Sendmail for Incoming Mail
  • Configuring Sendmail for Outgoing Mail
  • Inbound Sendmail Aliases
  • Imposing SMTP Restrictions
  • Common Sendmail Commands

Post Office Protocol

  • POP3 Overview
  • Installing dovecot
  • Configuring and Testing dovecot

Apache Web Server

  • The HTTP Protocol
  • Installing and Configuring Apache
  • Running and Testing Apache
  • Virtual Domains
  • Monitoring Access

Squid Proxy Server

  • Squid
  • Installing and Configuring Squid
  • Client Configuration

xinetd and tcp Wrappers

  • Xinetd Managed Services
  • Xinetd Default Controls
  • Xinetd Access Controls
  • TCP Wrappers Configuration
  • Daemon and Client Specification

SSH

  • Openssh overview
  • Types of authentication
  • Installing openssh
  • Configuring openssh server
  • Using openssh client

Using the Firewall (Iptables)

  • The NetFilter Hooks
  • Using system-config-securitylevel
  • Showing effective setup

Shell Scripting

  • Commands and Comments
  • Variables and Scripts
  • Script Input and Output
  • Command Line Argument
  • Export Variables
  • Shell Operators
  • Control Structures

Upcoming Dates

May 29 - June 2, 2017 (9:00am - 5:00pm)

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Testimonials “The instructor is very knowledgeable. he explained the topics very well. He even helped us with our troubleshooting. Excellent activities. I personally learned a lot from the hands-on.”
- Samantha Mojica, Trend Micro

“Great. The course is very comprehensive and easy to understand. It explains most of the real world applications.”
- John Robert Flores, Innodata Isogen, Inc.

“Very straight forward, which is good. Very practical in handling issues and concentrates on troubleshooting. The course materials were very comprehensive.”
- Gaudioso Rusiana, Jr., Davao Doctors Hospital

“I liked the procedures in the manual, and the instructor's ability to teach clearly.”
- Alfonso P. Maisip, Jr., OSRP

“Very informative and easy to learn, excellent instructor, very conversant, very good handbook, sufficient topic allotment, good exercises.”
- Cain Lincuna

“Very systematic and orderly. The instructor is a demi-god in Linux”
- Oliver Manto, Trend Micro

“The course is very practical. I learned a lot from the lectures and especially the exercises.”
- Michael Esteves, Systems Administrator - Clevoe Technologies, Inc.

“She is very knowledgeable and well-versed aside from being approachable. The course adds up my understanding when it comes to Linux network/configuration. This will surely help in my work.”
- Julie Espinosa, Senior Build Engineer - Lexmark Research and Development Corp.

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Enrolling entitles you to...
  • Class participation
  • Team workshops
  • Use of in-class and hands-on equipment
  • Course CD
  • Comprehensive course materials
  • Lunch and refreshments
  • Course Completion Certificate