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Home > Training > Unix > Solaris OE Network Administration Training

Solaris OE Network Administration Training

Course#: WA1309

This comprehensive course provides instruction on Solaris OE Network Adminstration. Students will be introduced to networking terminology and will earn 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 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 both the Solaris 8 and Solaris 9 Operating Environments.
Duration
  Five days.

Outline of WA1309 Solaris OE Network Administration Training

UNIT 1 – NETWORK HARDWARE & SOFTWARE

 

  1. Introduction
  2. Network Hardware
  3. Typical Network Diagram
  4. Types of Networks
  5. Ethernet Networks
  6. Ethernet Hardware
  7. Ethernet Communications
  8. Ethernet Addresses
  9. Types of Networks
  10. To Level Domains
  11. Domain and Hostnames
  12. Gateways
  13. Packets
  14. Network Protocols
  15. The OSI Network Model
  16. The OSI Model
  17. The TCP/IP Model
  18. The TCP/IP Protocol Stack
  19. Network Filesystems
  20. Protocol Overview
  21. Connection Types
  22. Internet Protocol
  23. IP Addresses
  24. Subnets
  25. Classless Internet Domain Routing Notation
  26. Determining Network System Information
  27. Unit Review
  28. Unit Exercise

 

UNIT 2 – NETWORK COMMANDS

 

  1. Unit Introduction
  2. Conventions Used In This Unit
  3. telnet – Remote Terminal Service
  4. rlogin-Remote Login
  5. rsh – Remote Shell
  6. ftp – File Transfer Protocol
  7. Transferring Multiple Files
  8. rcp – Remote Copy
  9. rwho – Remote Who
  10. ruptime – Remote System Status
  11. finger – Remote User Information
  12. Security Notes on Network Commands
  13. Unit Review

 

UNIT 3 – NETWORK ADMINISTRATION

 

  1. Unit Introduction
  2. Network Daemons
  3. inetd – Internet Daemon
  4. Optional Service Daemons
  5. Network Control Files
  6. Network Startup
  7. the ifconfig Command
  8. Modifying Network Settings
  9. Reconfiguring the Network
  10. Checking the Network Status
  11. Unit Review
  12. Unit Exercise

 

UNIT 4 – NETWORK PRINTING

 

  1. Unit Introduction
  2. Overview of Network Printing
  3. Setting Up Network Printers
  4. Modifying Printer Configuration
  5. Deleting a Printer
  6. Using the CDE Printer Administrator Tool
  7. Unit Review
  8. Unit Exercise

 

UNIT 5 – NETWORK FILE SYSTEM

 

  1. Introduction
  2. NFS – Network File System
  3. NFS Terminology
  4. NFS Daemons
  5. File System Sharing and Exporting
  6. NFS Commands and Files
  7. The /usr/sbin/share Command
  8. Additonal Resource Sharing Related Commands
  9. The /etc/mount Command
  10. Configuring NFS
  11. Settin Up the NFS Server
  12. Setting up an NFS Client
  13. Removing an NFS Resource
  14. Unit Review
  15. Unit Exercise

 

UNIT 6 – DOMAIN NAME SERVICE (DNS)

 

  1. Unit Introduction
  2. The DNS Database
  3. DNS Overview
  4. DNS Terminology
  5. DNS Daemons and Programs
  6. DNS Configuration Files
  7. DNS Control and Log Files
  8. The in.named Daemon
  9. Controlling the named Daemon
  10. DNS Configuration Files
  11. Reverse DNS
  12. Slave DNS Servers
  13. The nslookup command
  14. Setting up a DNS Client
  15. Configuring a DNS Server
  16. DNS Trouble Shooting
  17. Unit Review
  18. Unit Exercise

 

UNIT 7 – DYNAMIC HOST CONFIGURATION PROTOCOL (DHCP)

 

  1. Unit Introduction
  2. Introduction to DHCP
  3. What is DHCP?
  4. What DHCP IS Good For
  5. What DHCP is NOT Good For
  6. The DHCP Protocol
  7. Allocation of Network Addresses
  8. How DHCP Works
  9. Controlling the dhcpd Server
  10. DHCP Server Configuration
  11. Testing the DHCP Servie
  12. Removing the DHCP Services
  13. Configuring a Solaris Workstation as a DHCP Client
  14. Unit Review
  15. Unit Exercise

 

UNIT 8 – NETORK INFORMATION SERVICE (NIS)

 

  1. Unit Introduction
  2. Overview of NIS+
  3. The NIS Client-Server Model
  4. NIS+ Information Management
  5. Setting up NIS+
  6. Setting Up an NIS+ Server
  7. Setting Up an NIS+ Client
  8. Initializing NIS+ Client Users
  9. Unconfiguring NIS+
  10. Unit Review
  11. Unit Exercise

 

UNIT 9 – NETWORK TIME PROTOCOL

 

  1. Introduction
  2. The xntpd Daemon
  3. NTP Modes
  4. Internet Time Servers
  5. NTP Programs
  6. NTP Files
  7. The /etc/inet/ntp.conf File
  8. Starting and Stopping the xntpd Daemon
  9. Configuring an xntpd Server
  10. Troubleshooting ntpd
  11. Unit Review
  12. Unit Exercise

 

UNIT 10 – LABORATORY PROJECT

 

  1. Unit Introduction
  2. Laboratory Network
  3. Step 1 – Plan the Network
  4. Step 2 – Install Solaris
  5. Step 3 – Set Up the Network Printer
  6. Step 4 – Set Up Network File Systems
  7. Step 5 – Set Up Network Services
  8. Unit Review
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