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Home > Training > Unix > Solaris 10 OE Network Administration Training

Solaris 10 OE Network Administration Training

Course#: SO114

This comprehensive course provides instruction on Solaris OE network administration. Students will be introduced to networking terminology and will learn how to administer the Solaris OE network environment through lectures and hands-on exercises. Topics include how to use basic network commands, how to install and configure network hardware, configuring network services, installation and configuration of network printers, the Network File System (NFS), the Domain Name Service (DNS), the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol, the Dynamic Host Control Protocol (DHCP), the Network Information System (NIS), and the Network Time Protocol (NTP). At the completion of this course the students will perform a comprehensive laboratory project in which they will configure a complete network services environment using the Solaris OE.

This course is applicable to the Solaris 10 Operating Environment.

SO114 Solaris 10 OE Network Administration Training and Courseware

This comprehensive course provides instruction on Solaris OE network administration. Students will be introduced to networking terminology and will learn how to administer the Solaris OE network environment through lectures and hands-on exercises. Topics include how to use basic network commands, how to install and configure network hardware, configuring network services, installation and configuration of network printers, the Network File System (NFS), the Domain Name Service (DNS), the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol, the Dynamic Host Control Protocol (DHCP), the Network Information System (NIS), and the Network Time Protocol (NTP). At the completion of this course the students will perform a comprehensive laboratory project in which they will configure a complete network services environment using the Solaris OE.

This course is applicable to the Solaris 10 Operating Environment.

What you will learn
 

Upon completion of this course the student will be able to:

  • Describe and state the purpose of various network protocols
  • Check network hardware proper operation
  • Configure basic network services
  • Set up network printers
  • Set up and manage NFS, DNS, LDAP, DHCP, NIS and NTP services
Audience
  This course is designed for system administrators who will be performing network administration procedures on a Solaris 10 OE.
 
Prerequisites
 

Before attending this course, attendees should:

Have attended the SO112 Solaris 10 OE System Administration I course and the SO113 Solaris 10 OE System Administration II course

or

Have one year experience performing Solaris system administration

 
Duration
  5 days

Outline of SO114 Solaris 10 OE Network Administration Training

Unit 1 - Network Hardware & Software

 

  • Network Hardware
  • Typical Network Diagram
  • Types of Networks
  • Ethernet Networks
  • Ethernet Hardware
  • Ethernet Communications
  • Ethernet Addresses
  • Types of Networks
  • Top Level Domains
  • Domain and Hostnames
  • Gateways
  • Packets
  • Network Protocols
  • The OSI Network Model
  • The OSI Model
  • The TCP/IP Model
  • The TCP/IP Protocol Stack
  • Network Filesystems
  • Protocol Overview
  • Connection Types
  • Internet Protocol
  • IP Addresses
  • Subnets
  • Classless Internet Domain Routing Notation
  • Determining Network System Information

 

Unit 2 - Network Commands

 

  • Conventions Used In This Unit
  • telnet - Remote Terminal Service
  • rlogin - Remote Login
  • rsh - Remote Shell
  • ftp - File Transfer Protocol
  • Transferring Multiple Files
  • rcp - Remote Copy
  • rwho - Remote Who
  • ruptime - Remote System Status
  • finger - Remote User Information
  • Security Notes on Network Commands

 

Unit 3 - Network Administration

 

  • Network Daemons
  • inetd - Internet Daemon
  • Optional Service Daemons
  • Network Control Files
  • Network Startup
  • The ifconfig Command
  • Modifying Network Settings
  • Reconfiguring the Network
  • Checking Network Status

 

Unit 4 - Network Printing

 

  • Overview of Network Printing
  • Setting Up Network Printers
  • Modifying Printer Configuration
  • Deleting A Printer
  • Using the CDE Printer Administrator Tool

 

Unit 5 - Network File Systems

 

  • NFS - Network File System
  • NFS Terminology
  • NFS Daemons
  • File System Sharing and Exporting
  • NFS Commands and Files
  • The /usr/sbin/share Command
  • Additional Resource Sharing Related Commands
  • The /etc/mount Command
  • Configuring NFS
  • Setting Up the NFS Server
  • Setting Up A NFS Client
  • Removing a NFS Resource

 

Unit 6 - Domain Name Service (DNS)

 

  • The DNS Database
  • DNS Overview
  • DNS Terminology
  • DNS Daemons and Programs
  • DNS Configuration Files
  • DNS Control and Log Files
  • The in.named Daemon
  • Controlling the named Daemon
  • DNS Configuration Files
  • Reverse DNS
  • Slave DNS Servers
  • The nslookup command
  • Setting up a DNS Client
  • Configuring a DNS Server
  • DNS Trouble Shooting

 

Unit 7 - Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP)

 

  • Setting up a LDAP Server
  • Setting up a LDAP Client

 

Unit 8 - Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)

 

  • Introduction to DHCP
  • What is DHCP?
  • What is DHCP Good For?
  • What DHCP is NOT Good For?
  • The DHCP Protocol
  • Allocation of network addresses
  • How DHCP Works
  • Controlling the dhcpd Server
  • DHCP Server Configuration
  • Testing the DHCP Service
  • Removing DHCP Services
  • Configuring a Solaris Workstation as a DHCP Client

 

Unit 9 - Network Information Service (NIS)

 

  • Overview of NIS+
  • The NIS Client-Server Model
  • NIS+ Information Management
  • Setting Up NIS+
  • Setting Up A NIS+ Server
  • Setting Up a NIS+ Client
  • Setting Up A NIS+ Client
  • Initializing NIS+ Client Users
  • Unconfiguring NIS+

 

Unit 10 - Network Time Protocol

 

  • The xntpd Daemon
  • NTP Modes
  • Internet Time Servers
  • NTP Programs
  • NTP Files
  • The /etc/inet/ntp.conf File
  • Starting and Stopping the xntpd Daemon
  • Configuring an xntpd Server
  • Troubleshooting xntpd

 

Unit 11 - Architecture Differences between SPARC and X86 Solaris

 

  • Network Basics Differences
  • Virtual File Systems and Core Dumps Differences
  • Storage Volumes Differences
  • Controlling Access and Configuring System Messaging Differences
  • Setting Up Name Services Differences
  • Performing Advanced Installation Procedures Differences

 

Unit 12 - Laboratory Project

 

  • Laboratory Project Overview
    • Step 1 - Plan the Network
    • Step 2 - Install Solaris
    • Step 3 - Set Up the Network Printer
    • Step 4 - Set Up Network File Systems
    • Step 5 - Set Up Network Services
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