Linux Network Management (LFS230)

Overview

This Linux course will teach you how to design, deploy and maintain a network running under Linux and to administer the network services most commonly found in enterprise environments.

Course Description
 
This four-day course gives IT professionals the skills, tools and knowledge to fully design, implement and operate a network with any major Linux distribution. Students will learn how to configure the system network interfaces in a reliable and optimal way while constantly keeping security aspects in mind. Students will also gain hands-on experience with the deployment and configuration of several important network services, such as file, web, email and name servers using reference implementations that are commonly found in large enterprise environments.This course will teach you the concepts and skills you need to be prepared for the Linux Foundation Certified Engineer exam. 
 
At the conclusion of the course, you will also receive an LFCE exam attempt at no additional cost.

Audience
 
This course is designed for system administrators and IT professionals who need to gain a hands-on knowledge of network configuration and services as well as related topics such as basic security and performance. 
 
Prerequisites
 
Students attending this course should be comfortable with local system administration topics covered in our Linux System Administration course. This includes file copying and editing, managing local users, installing packages and generally operating a Linux system from both a graphical or command line interface. These concepts are fully covered in our our free LFS101x - Introduction to Linux (available on edX.org) and LF220 - Linux System Administration classes. 
 
Basic experience with common network clients such as telnet and ssh is helpful but not strictly required.

Mostrar detalhes
Course Outline
 
  • Introduction
    • Linux Foundation
    • Linux Foundation Training
    • Logistics
  • Linux Networking Concepts and Review
    • OSI Model Introduction and Upper Layers
    • OSI Model Transport Layer
    • OSI Model Network Layer
    • OSI Model Lower Layers
    • Network Topology
    • Domain Name System
    • System Services
    • Managing System Services
  • Network Configuration
    • Runtime Network Configuration
    • Boot Time Network Configuration
    • Intro to OpenVPN
  • Network Troubleshooting and Monitoring
    • Network Troubleshooting
    • Client-Side Troubleshooting
    • Server-Side Troubleshooting
    • Network Monitoring
  • Remote Access
    • Remote Access History
    • Intro to Cryptography
    • Secure Remote Access
    • Remote Graphics
  • Domain Name Service
    • Overview Of DNS
    • BIND (named) Server
    • BIND Zone Configuration
  • HTTP Servers
    • Apache
    • Apache Configuration
    • Apache Virtual Hosts
    • Apache Security
  • Advanced HTTP Servers
    • Mod Rewrite
    • Mod Alias
    • Mod Status
    • Mod Include
    • Mod Perl
    • Performance Considerations
  • Email Servers
    • Email Overview
    • Postfix
    • Dovecot
  • File Sharing
    • FTP
    • Vsftpd
    • Rsync
    • SSH Based Protocols
    • Other Protocols
  • Advanced Networking
    • Routing
    • VLANs
    • DHCP
    • NTP
  • HTTP Caching
    • Overview
    • Squid Configuration
  • Network File Systems
    • NFS
    • SMB/CIFS
    • Other Network File Systems
  • Introduction to Network Security
    • Security Concepts
    • Security Practices
    • Security Tools
  • Firewalls
    • TCP Wrappers
    • Netfilter Concepts
    • Iptables Command
    • Managing IPtables
    • Advanced Firewalls