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Code Description Duration Price (excl. VAT)Course Date
UNIX S1Operating SOLARIS24 hours325 EURN/a
UNIX S2Administration SOLARIS40 hours399 EURN/a


-OS structure

-File Management

-Process Control

-File Systems

-Users and Users groups

-Software Tools Administration

-Usage of CD-ROM and floppy drive

-Remote Administration

-Shut down and boot up SUN systems

-Devices Administrations

-Hard Drives Administration

-Printers Administration

-Peripheral Devices and modems administration

-Saving and backing up data

-Security Systems problems

-System Survey

Opening Hours: Monday – Wednesday: 09.00-17.00.


1: Introduction to Local Area Networks
• Network architectures
• Review the components of a LAN
• Identify various LAN topologies
• List available Sun communications controllers


2: Network Models
• Describe the ISO/OSI layer model
• Describe the TCP/IP layer model
• Describe how applications use the TCP/IP suite to exchange data through Ethernet networks Describe the following protocols: TCP, UDP, IP, Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) Explain peer-to-peer communications


3: Ethernet Interface
• Define the terms: Ethernet, packet, frame, and MTU
• List the different Ethernet Standards
• Describe Ethernet addresses
• Describe the components of an Ethernet frame
• Explain encapsulation
• Describe the purpose of Carrier Sense, Multiple Access/Collision Detection (CSMA/CD) Define an Ethernet broadcast address Describe the features of Fast Ethernet Use the netstat and snoop commands Introduction to using the ifconfig utility


4: ARP and RARP
• Define address resolution and revers address resolution
• Obtain a destination Ethernet address
• Describe the contents of ARP request/replay packets
• Describe the status (flags) of the ARP entry in the ARP table Manage Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) cache


5: Internet Layer
• Define the terms: IP, datagrams, and fragmentation
• List the four IPv4 address classes
• Define the three standard netmasks
• Define the network number
• Describe the Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) Discriminate between an Ethernet address, an IP address, and a broadcast address Define subnetting Determine when to implement subnets Use a subnet mask List the steps associated with implementing a subnet Configure logical (virtual) interfaces Configure interface groups Use the ifconfig command to configure network interface(s) Verify and troubleshoot a network interface


6: Routing
• Describe the routing algorithm
• Define routing terms including: table-driven routing, static routing, and dynamic routing Use the in.routed and in.rdisc processes Use the Routing Information Protocol (RIP) and Router Discovery (RDISC) Protocol Describe the /etc/init.d/inetinit routing startup script Use the /etc/defaultrouter, and /etc/inet/networks files Use the route and netstat commands Configure an IPv4 router Describe ICMP redirects


7: Transport Layer
• Describe the function of the Transport layer
• List the features of the UDP and TCP
• Define the terms: connection-oriented, connectionless, stateful, and stateless Define a port and a port number Explain network services and UDP and TCP ports Define TCP flow control


8: Client-Server Model
• Define the terms: client, server, and service
• Describe the client-server interaction
• Identify the files used in the client-server model
• Add and remove Internet services
• Add and remove RPC services
• Monitor application performance using the netstat and rpcinfo commands


9: Network File System
• Describe the purpose of NFS
• Benefit of Distributed File System
• Configuring NFS client and server
• Describe the purpose of WebNFS


10: Domain Name System
• Describe the purpose of DNS
• List the differences between the DNS namespace, a domain, and a zone of authority Understand the concept of a nameserver Explain what a resolver is and how address resolution and reverse address resolution are handled Describe the syntax of the server-side DNS setup file /etc/named.conf Explain the syntax of the client side DNS setup file /etc/resolv.conf Describe DNS debugging and troubleshooting methods


11: Network Information Service
• Describe the purpose of NIS
• NIS processes
• NIS maps
• Configuring NIS clients and server


12: Network Troubleshooting
• List the most common network problems
• Isolate key components
• Troubleshoot using ping, arp, ndd, and traceroute utilities

Program: Luni – Vineri: 09.00 -17.00.