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Linux Advanced System and Network Administration: LPI Certification (Second Edition)
Linux Advanced System and Network Administration: LPI Certification (Second Edition), Instructor Book


 
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Description
Logical Operations Press' award-winning instructor-led training (ILT) courseware is preferred by instructors and students alike because of its superior instructional design, complete mapping to exam objectives, and the availability of supplemental content in multiple modalities created using single-source development.
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Linux Advanced System and Network Administration:
LPI Certification (Second Edition)
Instructor Book Course Specifications
Course number: 085968
Software: PostScript
Course length: 5.0 day(s)
Certification: Linux Professional Institute Certification, Intermediate Level Administration, LPIC-2 (Exams 201 and 202)
Course Description
In Linux System Administration: LPI Certification (Second Edition), you examined the basic commands required to manage files, directories, users, and devices. In this course, you will implement and manage web, file, and security features. You will also troubleshoot the system and network problems.
You will find that you can benefit by this course in two ways. First, it will teach you the skills you need to provide advanced features and services to users of your Linux network. Second, it will prepare you for the LPI Certification exam (Exam 201 and Exam 202).
Course Objective: You will install, configure, manage, and troubleshoot network services. Based on the business requirements, you will share resources across networks, automate tasks, and add new hardware devices to the Linux system. You will also recompile and patch a kernel to extend the kernel functionality.
Target Student: This course is intended for system and network administrators who are familiar with working at the Linux command line and performing basic system administration tasks such as maintaining user accounts and groups, and backing up and restoring data.
Prerequisites:
The user should have performed network administration tasks such as installation and configuration of network services, troubleshooting simple networking problems, and connecting workstations to a network. The user should have taken Linux System Administration: LPI Certification or possess equivalent knowledge.
Delivery Method:
Instructor led, group-paced, classroom-delivery learning model with structured hands-on activities.
Hardware Requirements
Three systems for each student and the instructor two systems will be configured as servers and the remaining one will be configured as a workstation.
  • A display system to project the instructor'۪s computer screen (Projector).
  • Ethernet hub or switch (8 port or higher).
  • CAT 5 connecting cables (If required).
  • Memory: 512 MB or higher
  • Free disk space: 20 GB or more
  • Pentium IV processor or higher
  • DVD drive (Boot capable)
  • Floppy disk drive
  • Generic keyboard and mouse
  • Sound and display cards (VGA 256 color 800 x 600)
  • Network Interface Cards (NIC)
  • Generic monitor
  • Memory: 512 MB or higher
  • Free disk space: 20 GB or more
  • Pentium IV processor or higher
  • DVD drive (Boot capable)
  • Floppy disk drive
  • Generic keyboard and mouse
  • Sound and display cards (VGA 256 color 800 x 600)
  • Network Interface Cards (NIC)
  • Generic monitor
Platform Requirements
Fedora Linux 8.0 Software Requirements
A licensed copy of Fedora Linux 8 for the instructor and students.
A licensed copy of Microsoft Windows XP Professional for the instructor and students.
Performance-Based Objectives
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
  • implement DHCP services.
  • implement DNS services.
  • implement the Internet and web hosting services.
  • manage file services.
  • manage a mail server.
  • share network information.
  • configure hardware and communication devices.
  • automate tasks using scripts.
  • secure networks.
  • maintain servers.
  • troubleshoot network issues.

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