Linux TCP/IP Networking and Services




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DURATION: 4 days

FEE: $1,580


  • Network Administrator
  • Support Personnel
  • Security Analyst
  • IT Professional


  • Configuration: TCP/IP, IP, DNS and routing
  • Configuration: TCP and UDP
  • Network support services
  • DNS - implementation with BIND
  • Network support services
  • TCP services access
  • Sharing files and printers
  • UNIX clients: NFS and lpd
  • Windows clients: NetBIOS and SMB
  • IP datagrams/IP routing logic
  • PPP: Point to Point Protocol
  • Remote Access Services
  • Telnet and Berkeley r* utilities
  • Securing remote access with ssh
  • Information services - configuration
  • Bulk data transfer with FTP
  • Service web pages with HTTP
  • Mail delivery to reliable servers using SMTP
  • Communication services
  • Linux - turning into a firewall
  • Translating network addresses
  • Rules - enforcing a security policy
  • VPN: Virtual Private Network technologies and protocols
  • Linux VPN support

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