Network System Administrations

CCNA
BASICS OF NETWORKING
OSI Layers
 IP Addressing
 Subnetting
 Interpret network diagrams
Determine the path between two hosts across a network
Describe the components required for network and internet communications
 Describe the operation and benefits of using private and public IPaddressing
INRODUCTION TO ROUTER, ROUTING PROTOCOLS
Describe basic routing concepts(including:router lookup process)
Describe the operation of Cisco routers(including:router boot up process,POST,router components)
Manage IOS configuration files(including:save,edit,upgrade,restore) 
Manage Cisco IOS
Different Modes of Router
Perform and verify routing configuration tasks for a static or default route given specific routing requirments 
Configure,verify and troubleshoot RIPv2
Access and utlize the router to set basic parameters
Connect, configure and verify operation status of device interface
Verify device configuration and network connectivity using ping,traceroute, telnet, or other utilities 
Configure, verify and trouble shoot EIGRP
Configure, verify and troubleshoot OSPF(Single Area)
Verify network connectivity (including: using ping, traceroute and telnet)
Verify router hardware and software operation using SHOW & DEBUG commands 
Implement basic router security
WAN Protocols
Implement and verify WAN links
Describe different methods for connecting to a WAN
Configure and verify a basic WAN serial connection
Configure and verify Frame Relay on Cisco routers
Troubleshoot WAN implementation issues 
Configure and verify a PPP connection between Cisco routers
ACCESS CONTROL LIST AND NAT
Implement, verify and troubleshoot NAT and ACLs in a medium-size Enterprise branch office network
Describe the purpose and types of ACLs
Configure and apply an ACLs based on network filtering requirements
Configure and apply an ACLs to limit telnet
Verify and monitor ACLs in a network environment
Explain the basic operation of NAT
Configure NAT for given network requirements
Switching
Explain network segmentation and basic traffic management concepts
Verify network status and switch operation using basic utilities(including:ping, trace route, telnet, arp, ipconfig)
SHOW & DEBUG commands
Configure, verify and troubleshoot trunking on Cisco switches
Configure, verify and troubleshoot interVLAN routing
Configure, verify, and troubleshoot VTP
Interpret the output of various show and debug commands to verify the operational status of a Cisco switched network Implement basic switch security (including:port security, trunk access, management vlan other than vlan 1, etc)
Backup & Restoring
Backup of Start-up configuration
Backup of Running configuration
Backup of Cisco router IOS
Restoring Start-up Configuration
Restoring Running Configuration
Restoring IOS of a Cisco router
Password Recovery
Troubleshooting of Cisco Routers

CCNP

ROUTE – (642-902)
Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocols – EIGRP

  • Establishing Neighbors
  • Topology Table
  • IP Routing Table
  • Optimizing EIGRP Convergence
  • Route Filtering
  • Route Summarization
  • Authetication

Open Shortest Path First - OSPF

  • Planning
  • Verification
  • Configuration
  • Neighbors
  • Adjacencies Formation (on LAN & WAN)
  • Link State Advt – LSAs
  • Link State Database
  • Route Filtering & Summerization
  • Areas & Special Areas
  • Authentication
  • Virtual Links

Path Control

  • Redistribution into EIGRP
  • Redistribution into OSPF
  • Redistribution with Distribute Lists
  • Redistribution with Route Map
  • Policy Based Routing – PBR

Border Gateway Protocol – BGP

  • Internal BGP
  • External BGP
  • Neighbors
  • Verifying BGP Tables
  • Route Filtering

IPv6

  • IPv6 Addressing
  • IPV6 Routing
  • Configuring IPv6 Address
  • Tunnels


SWITCH – (642-813)
Building Campus Network

  • Layer 2 Switch
  • Layer 3 Switch
  • Tables used in Switching
  • Switch port Configuration
  • VLANs & VLAN Trunks & VTP
  • Ether Channel
  • STP & PVST+
  • Adv. STP (RSTP & MST)
  • Inter VLAN Routing
  • Multi-Layer Switching (MLS)
    Designing Campus Networks
  • Hierarchical Network Design
  • Modular Network Design
  • Router Redundancy in Multilayer Switching
  • HSRP
  • VRRP
  • GLBP
    Campus Network Services
  • IP Telephony
  • Wireless LANs
    Securing Switched Networks
  • Port Security
  • Port-based Authentication
  • Mitigating Spoofing Attacks
  • Best practices for Securing Switches

  • TSHOOT – (642-832)
  • Securing Switched Networks
  • Introduction to Network Maintenance
  • Introduction to Troubleshooting Process
  • Maintenance & Troubleshooting
  • Basic & Adv. Cisco Catalyst Switch Troubleshooting
  • Introduction to Troubelshooting Routing Protocols
  • Security Troubleshooting
  • IP Services Troubleshooting
  • IP Communications Troubleshooting
  • IPv6 Troubleshooting
  • Advanced Services Troubleshooting
  • Large Enterprise Network Troubleshooting

 

Linux Administration

Introduction to Linux

  • What is Linux?
  • Then What is Unix?
  • A Graphical View of Unix History
  • Brief Linux History
  • Linux System Construction
  • Comparing Linux to Unix
  • Comparing Linux to Windows/DOS
  • Various Linux Distributions
  • Common Linux Resources

Installing Linux

  • Hardware Requirements
  • What You Need Before Installing
  • The Install Process

Getting Started

  • Logging In
  • Basic Linux Commands
  • Using Online Help
  • Restarting and Shutting Down Linux

The X Window System

  • Overview of the X Window System
  • Configuring X to Start Manually
  • Starting X Manually
  • Starting X Automatically
  • Working with Windows and Menus

Customizing the X Interface

  • Adding/Removing Shortcuts
  • Modifying the Gnome Panel

The Shell Environment

  • Kernel/Shell Relationship
  • Types of Shells
  • Getting to a Command Prompt
  • Executing a Shell
  • Changing the Default Shell
  • Variables
  • The Shell as a Programming Environment

The Bash Shell

  • The Home Directory
  • Startup Files
  • Variables Revisited
  • Accessing Previous Commands-History
  • Command Completion
  • Colors in a Command Line

Linux Commands

  • Shell Command Syntax
  • The MESG Command
  • Writing Active Users
  • Printing Files
  • Defining and Creating Aliases

The Linux File System

  • The Linux File System Standard (FSSTND)
  • File System Structure
  • Linux Directory Structure
  • Navigating from the Command Line
  • Viewing Files/Directories in X
  • Viewing Files/Directories from the Command Line
  • Using Wildcard Characters

Redirection and Pipes

  • Standard Input and Output
  • Standard Output Redirection
  • Standard Input Redirection
  • Simultaneous Redirection
  • Pipes

Organizing Files

  • The Touch Command
  • Creating Directories
  • Deleting Files and Directories
  • Copying and Moving Files and Directories
  • Moving and Renaming
  • Creating Links to a File
  • Organizing Files and Directories in X

File/Directory Permissions

  • What are Permissions?
  • The CHMOD Command
  • The UMASK Command
  • The CHOWN Command
  • Changing Permissions in X

Working with Applications and Packages

  • Installing: The Traditional Unix Method
  • Installing: The Linux Package Method (RPM)

Working with Text Documents and Editors

  • Viewing and Editing Text Files in X
  • Viewing Text Files from the Command Line
  • Editing Text Files from the Command Line
  • Using the Pico Editor
  • The VIM Editor
  • Deleting and Changing Text

Using Floppies and CDs

  • Mounting/Unmouting File systems
  • Mtools
  • Auto mounting in X

Power User Utilities

  • Regular Expressions
  • Wildcards
  • Locating Files from the Command Line
  • Locating Files from Within X
  • The GREP Command
  • Determining Disk Usage
  • The WC Command
  • The SORT Command
  • The UNIQ Command

Network Utilities

  • The Control Panel – Network Configuration
  • Networking Commands from the Shell
  • The /ETC/Hosts File

Process Management

  • Listing Processes from Within Gnome
  • Listing Processes from the Command Line
  • Killing Processes from Within Gnome
  • Killing Processes from the Command Line
  • Background Mode Operation (&)
Microsoft Dynamics AX 4.0

Bill of Materials Overview

  1. General Overview
  2. BOM Relationships
  3. Bill of Material Concepts
  4. Features of BOMs in Microsoft Dynamics AX 4.0
  5. BOM Levels
  6. BOM Lines
  7. Bill of Material Form Overview
  8. Item Form
  9. BOM Form
  10. BOM Line Form
  11. BOM Designer Form
  12. Bill of Material Creation Process

Create Simple BOMs

  1. Create BOMs in the BOM form
  2. Create and Edit BOMs in the BOM Designer
  3. Using the BOM Designer from the BOM Form
  4. Editing BOMs using the BOM Designer
  5. Deleting BOM Component Lines in the BOM Designer

BOM Versions

  1. BOM Versions Overview
  2. Version Control Methods
  3. Active and Inactive Version Control
  4. Date and Quantity Version Control
  5. Create BOMs from the Item Form
  6. Activate BOM Versions
  7. Copy BOM Versions
  8. Copying BOM Versions
  9. Change a BOM Version
  10. BOM Versions and the BOM Form
  11. Create and Edit BOMs using the BOM Designer
  12. Using the BOM Designer from the Item Form
  13. Quantity Dependent BOMs
  14. Version-related Functionality
  15. Validity Dates of BOM Lines
  16. Sub-BOMs

BOM Configurations

  1. BOM Configurations
  2. Configuration Groups
  3. Creating Configuration Groups
  4. Multiple Configuration Groups
  5. Configuration Route
  6. Configuration Rules
  7. BOM Configuration Summary
  8. Item Configuration
  9. Item Configuration Setup Prerequisites

BOM Calculations

  1. BOM Calculation Structure
  2. Cost Groups, Profit Settings, and Calculation Groups
  3. Cost Groups
  4. Profit Settings
  5. Using the Cost Group Wizard
  6. Calculation Groups
  7. BOM Calculation Form
  8. Functional Differences
  9. BOM Calculation Form Buttons
  10. View BOM Calculations
  11. Summary Function
  12. Complete Function
  13. Cost and Sales Price Calculations
  14. Set up Cost and Sales Price Calculations
  15. Functional Differences
  16. Exclude BOMs and BOM Lines from Calculation
  17. Exclude BOMs from Calculation
  18. Exclude BOM Lines from Calculation

Sales Orders and BOMs

  1. Configurable BOMs and Sales Orders
  2. Viewing BOMs on a Sales Order
  3. View BOMs using the Composed of - Tree Form
  4. Setup Tab
  5. Changing BOM Components from the Sales Order
  6. Explode a BOM from a Sales Order
  7. Calculate BOMs from a Sales Order
  8. Transfer BOM Calculation Prices and Quantities
  9. Transfer Quantities

Scrap and Measurement

  1. BOM Scrap
  2. Specifying Scrap
  3. Scrap Setting on the BOM
  4. Scrap and Calculation
  5. BOM Measurement
  6. Setting up Measurement Configuration
  7. Rounding-up
  8. Measurement Settings
  9. Measurement Conversion Factors

Report a BOM as Finished

  1. Report a BOM as Finished
  2. Maximum Reported as Finished
  3. Sub-BOMs
  4. Report as Finished Process
  5. From the Periodic Folder
  6. From the Item Form
  7. From the BOM Journal

Reports and Other BOM Functionality

  1. Standard BOM Reports
  2. Lines Report
  3. Where-used Report
  4. Where-used Inquiry from the Item Form
  5. Where-used on BOM Lines
  6. BOM Calculation Report
  7. Other BOM Functionality
  8. Changing BOMs
  9. Checking BOMs
  10. Sorting BOM Lines
 
MCSE
MCSE 2003&2008
IMPLEMENTING MS WINDOWS 2003 NETWORK, PROFESSIONAL & SERVER (70-290) & (70-270)
Introduction to various types of file system.
Introduction to windows 2003 network, XP-professional.
Administration of windows 2003network.
Examine the network scope of windows 2003 server.
Introduction to LAN&WAN.
Networking topologies.
Examining to IP address (Class A, Class B, Class C)
OSI Reference Model
Connecting windows 2003 server & XP professional in workgroup& Domain architecture
Creating &managing Local Users & Groups
Configuration of Printers (a) Local Printers (b) Network Printer
Configuration of Raid levels (Raid level 0,1&5)
Ensure file security through Encrypting file system (EFS)
IMPLEMENTING & ADMINISTERING MS WINDOWS 2003 DIRECTORY SERVICES (70-294)
Introduction to Active Directory Services (ADS)
Configuration of Active Directory Services by using DCPROMO
Implementing of Active Directory with DNS
Creation of Domain Users
Implementing Group Policies
Creation of Organizational Units
Moving Domain Users into other Organizational Units
Configuration of software Deployment using Adminpack (Group Policy)
Configuration of delegating administrative controls
Configuration of Distributed File System (DFS)
Creating Multiple links in DFS
Mapping Network Drive to access DFS from client
Configuration of Terminal Services at server side
Configuration of Remote Desktop using Terminal Services
Introduction to Trees & Forest
Introduction to Domain & Domain
IMPLEMENTING & ADMINISTERING, MS WINDOWS 2003
NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE & DESINGING (70-291)&(70-293) 

DISK QUOTAS
Introduction to Disk Quotas
Applying Disk Quotas
Setting Default limits
Deleting user’s Quota Entries
Applying log events
Tracking Disk Space Users
Adding new quota Entries
Denying disk space to user
DNS
Installing DNS Servers
Integration of DNS with ADS
Configuring a new Primary server
Managing Forward lookup zone
Managing Reverse lookup zone
Adding records in zones
Creating Associated Pointer Records in zones
DHCP
Installing DHCP
Creating Scopes
Configuring DHCP clients
Configuration of address Pool
Configuration of address lease
Updating DHCP statistics
Assigning exclusionRange from a scope
Assigning Reservation for Particular client
Installing IIS
Configuration of IIS for websites
Configuration of ICS (Internet Connection Sharing)
DESIGN A MICROSOFT WINDOWS 2003 SERVER ACTIVE DIRECTORY SERVICES & NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE
Enabling Routing & Remote Access 

Introduction to RAS (or) PPP Server
Configuration of RAS Server
Configuration of RAS Client
Assigning Permission for RAS users
Introduction to NAT Server
Introduction to VPN Server
Establishing VPN Tunnel between two Networks
Configuration of VPN Clients
Introduction to tree & Forest
Introduction to Additional Domain Controller
Planning & Configuration of Additional Domain Controller
Introduction to Child Domain Controller
Configuration of Child Domain Controllers
Removing Child Domain Controller
Introduction to ADS Backups
Planning & Configuration of ADS
Restoring ADS backup in ADS restore mode
Restoring ADS backup in normal mode
MS EXCHANGE 2003 SERVER & ADV. EXCHANGE 2003 SERVER (70 - 284)
Introduction to Microsoft exchange 2003 server
MAPI clients, LDAP standards
Public folders
Pre-Installation consideration(HW/SW Requirements)
Post-Installation Consideration
Managing Storage Groups
Creating a storage group
Creating a store(both mail box & public store)
Moving a Mail Box
Deleting Mail Box, Public folder, Storage group
Retaining Deleted Objects
Public Folders
Understanding Public Folders
Managing Public Folders Trees
Creating & Deleting Public Folders
Exchange Internet protocol server & virtual services
SMTP, POP3, IMAP4, NNTP 

Solaris 8 System Administrator

1 . Installation, Initialization, and Shutdown
2 . The Boot Process and Boot PROM
3 . User and Software Package Administration
4 . System Security and Remote Connection
5 . Process Control
6 . File Systems, Files, and Directories
7 . Disk Configuration
8 . Backup and Recovery
9 . vi Editor and Command Syntax
10 . LP Print Service
11 . Practice Exam

Lesson Detail:
Installation, Initialization, and Shutdown

  • Selected system administrator terms
  • Requirements and preparation for installation
  • Software and configuration clusters
  • System configuration to be installed
  • Disk storage systems
  • Device drivers
  • Installing the Solaris 8 software
  • Power on and booting the system
  • System run states
  • Init phase
  • Stopping and starting services with control scripts
  • System shutdown

The Boot Process and Boot PROM

  • OpenBoot environment
  • OpenBoot architecture
  • OpenBoot interface
  • PROM full device names
  • OpenBoot device aliases
  • OpenBoot non-volatile RAM (NVRAM)
  • OpenBoot security
  • OpenBoot diagnostics
  • Input and output control
  • boot
  • Kernel

User and Software Package Administration

  • Adding user accounts with Admintool
  • Managing user accounts with Admintool
  • Managing users from the command line
  • User initialization files
  • Home directories and name services
  • Managing software
  • Listing and spooling software packages
  • Adding and removing software
  • Software patches

System Security and Remote Connection

  • Physical security
  • Controlling system access
  • Storing user account information
  • Controlling file access
  • Permission schemes for user and group IDs
  • Access Control Lists (ACLs)
  • Managing ACL entries
  • Setting path and identification permission
  • Monitoring users and system usage
  • Obtaining login information
  • Using firewalls and securing network services
  • Other network security methods
  • Remote system operations and the trusted host
  • Restricting FTP
  • Restricting root access
  • Monitoring superuser access
  • Automated Security Enhancement Tool (ASET)

Process Control

  • Viewing a process
  • The pgrep and prstat commands
  • Process Manager
  • Using signals
  • Scheduling processes
  • The crontab command
  • The at command
  • syslog and other logs

File Systems, Files, and Directories

  • A file system defined
  • Solaris file system types
  • Disk slices
  • Creating slices with the format utility
  • Parts of a UFS file system
  • Creating a UFS file system
  • Custom file system parameters
  • File system operations
  • Mounting file systems
  • Displaying mounted file systems
  • Constructing a file system
  • Tuning file systems
  • Options for mounting a file system
  • Unmounting a file system
  • Volume Manager
  • Modifying devices with the Volume Manager
  • Troubleshooting media devices
  • Information on file systems

Disk Configuration

  • Device drivers
  • Physical device names
  • Device auto-configuration
  • Instance names
  • Transparent configurations
  • Major and minor device numbers
  • Logical device names
  • Virtual volume management
  • Metadevices and drivers
  • StorEdge Volume Manager

Backup and Recovery<

  • Backup media and utilities
  • The tar command
  • The dd command
  • The cpio command
  • The pax command
  • The ufsdump command
  • The ufsrestore command
  • Recovering file systems

vi Editor and Command Syntax

  • Shell script basics
  • Selecting a shell to use
  • Bourne shell variables
  • Bourne shell built-ins and conditionals
  • The if and case conditionals
  • Repeated-action commands and functions

LP Print Service

  • The Solaris LP print service
  • The print spooler and LP daemons
  • Printer hardware
  • Printer software
  • Print servers
  • Creating printer classes
  • Managing printers with GUI tools
  • Routine printer tasks
  • Checking printer status
  • Managing user access to printers
  • Managing printer queues

Practice Exam

  • System concepts
  • The boot PROM
  • Installation
  • Initialization and shutdown
  • User administration
  • Security
  • Process control
  • File systems
  • Files and directories
  • The boot process
  • Disk configuration
  • Backup and recovery
  • Basic command syntax