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Linux network administration 2 training course contents
Part II The LPI 202 Exam
Organizing Email Services
The Linux Mail System, Mail Transfer Agent, Mail Delivery Agent, Mail User Agent, Email Protocols, SMTP, POP, IMAP, Using Email Servers, Sendmail, Postfix, Local Email Delivery, Procmail Basics, Sieve, Remote Email Delivery, Courier, Dovecot.
DNS and BIND, Configuring a DNS Server, Starting, Stopping, and Reloading BIND, Configuring BIND Logging, Creating and Maintaining DNS Zones, BIND Zone Files, Managing BIND Zones, Securing a DNS Server, ailing BIND, DNSSEC, TSIG, Employing DANE.
Offering Web Services
Web Servers, HTTP, The Apache Web Server, Installing and configuring Apache, Hosting Dynamic Web Applications, Secure Web Servers, Proxy Servers, Installing and configuring Squid, Configuring Clients, Nginx Server, Installing Nginx, Configuring Nginx.
Samba, Configuring Samba, Troubleshooting Samba, NFS, Configuring NFS, Securing NFS, Troubleshooting NFS, FTP Servers, Configuring vsftpd, Configuring Pure–FTPd.
Managing Network Clients
Assigning Network Addresses, DHCP, Linux DHCP Software, Installing and configuring a DHCP Server and clients, Authentication Service, PAM Basics, Configuring PAM, PAM Application Files, Network Directories, LDAP Basics, OpenLDAP Server, LDAP Clients.
Setting Up System Security
Server Network Security, Port Scanning, Intrusion Detection Systems, External Network Security, iptables, Routing in Linux, Connecting Securely to a Server, OpenSSH, OpenVPN, Security Resources, US–CERT, SANS Institute, Bugtraq.
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