Network Administration for the Oracle Solaris 10 Operating System
Duration : 5 Days (40 Hours)
Network Administration for the Oracle Solaris 10 Operating System Course Overview:
The Network Administration for the Oracle Solaris 10 Operating System course equips students with the essential skills to effectively install, configure, and manage network infrastructure in the Solaris 10 environment. Covering IP addressing, routing, DHCP, DNS, firewalls, and network security, the course imparts proficiency in network monitoring, troubleshooting, and device configuration. Students also learn to automate network tasks, enhancing network management and data security. This training empowers participants to confidently maintain, optimize, and secure their networks using Solaris 10.
- System Administrators
- IT Infrastructure Managers
- IT Professionals
- IT Managers
- Systems Engineers
- Database Administrators
- Application Developers
- Solaris System Administrators
- Solaris Network Engineers
Learning Objectives of Network Administration for the Oracle Solaris 10 Operating System:
Objectives of Network Administration for Oracle Solaris 10 Operating System Training:
1. Learn the configuration, deployment, and management of network services in the Oracle Solaris 10 environment.
2. Understand the fundamentals of the Oracle Solaris network architecture, as well as the principles of network security and troubleshooting.
3. Develop the skills necessary to enable and manage Network File System (NFS) and automount.
4. Learn to configure, deploy, and manage Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) and Address Resolution Protocol (ARP).
5. Utilize various tools for monitoring, troubleshooting, and security of TCP/IP networks.
6. Investigate network performance and tuning to align with Oracle Solaris support for 10Gb Ethernet.
7. Test and configure IP tunneling, as well as IPMulticast and IP Filter/S firewall.
8. Manage and configure various aspects of Network Time Protocol (NTP).
9. Gain hands-on practice in manipulating files within various filesystems.
10. Become competent in the implementation of secure remote administration.
Module 1: Introduction
- Course Goals
- Course Agenda
- Your Learning Center
Module 2: Introducing the TCP/IP Model
- Introducing Network Model Fundamentals
- Introducing the Layers of the TCP/IP Model
- Describing Basic Peer-to-Peer Communication
- TCP/IP Protocols
Module 3: Introducing LANs and Their Components
- Introducing Network Topologies
- Introducing LAN Media
- Introducing Network Devices
Module 4: Describing Ethernet Interfaces
- Introducing Ethernet Concepts
- Using Network Utilities
- Identifying the Fundamentals of NTP
Module 5: Describing ARP and RARP
- Introducing ARP
- Introducing RARP
Module 6: Configuring Internet Protocol
- Introducing Internet Layer Protocols
- Introducing the IP Datagram
- Introducing the IP Address Types
- Introducing Subnetting and VLSM
- Exploring Interface Configuration Files
- Administering Logical Interfaces
Module 7: Configuring IP Network Multipathing
- Increasing Network Availability
- Configuring IP Network Multipathing
Module 8: Configuring Routing
- Identifying the Fundamentals of Routing
- Introducing the Routing Table
- Introducing Routing Protocol Types
- Working With the Routing Table
- Configuring Static Routes
- Configuring Dynamic Routing
- Introducing Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR)
- Configuring Routing at Boot Time
Module 9: Configuring IPv6
- Describing IPv6
- Describing IPv6 Addressing
- Describing IPv6 Autoconfiguration
- Describing the IPv6 Unicast Address Types
- Describing IPv6 Multicast Address Types
- Enabling IPv6
- Configuring IPv6 6to4 Router
- Managing IPv6
Module 10: Describing the Transport Layer
- Introducing Transport Layer Fundamentals
- Introducing UDP
- Introducing SCTP
- Introducing TCP
- Introducing TCP Flow Control
- Introducing Secure by Default
Module 11: Configuring DNS
- Introducing DNS Basics
- Configuring a DNS Server
- Troubleshooting a DNS Server by Using Basic Utilities
Module 12: Configuring DHCP
- Fundamentals of DHCP
- Configuring a DHCP Server
- Configuring and Managing DHCP Clients
- Troubleshooting a DHCP Server
- Troubleshooting a DHCP Client
Module 13: Configuring NTP
- Configuring an NTP Server
- Configuring an NTP Client
- Troubleshooting NTP
Module 14: Configuring the Solaris IP Filter Firewall
- Identifying the Solaris IP Filter Firewall Basics
- Configuring the Behavior of the Solaris IP Filter Firewall
Network Administration for the Oracle Solaris 10 Operating System Course Prerequisites:
No prior experience is required for the Network Administration for the Oracle Solaris 10 Operating System Training course. The course is designed for administrators and network engineers who want to learn more about Solaris 10 systems and earn certification in Solaris 10 Network Administration. It is helpful if the student has basic knowledge of computer and networking principles and can use the UNIX (or Linux) operating system using the command line.
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