Cisco Networking Academy Program IT Essentials II: Network Operating Systems Lab Companion

Cisco Networking Academy Program IT Essentials II: Network Operating Systems Lab Companion

  • Nombre de pages : 294 pages   drapeau anglais
  • Date de parution : 20/02/2003 
  • EAN13 : 9781587130960

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Résumé

The official Lab Companion of the IT Essentials II: Network Operating Systems course within the Cisco Networking Academy Program.

  • Maps directly to the most current version of the Web-based course
  • Includes hands-on exercises that reinforce what the student has learned
  • Prepares students for CompTIA's Server+ certification

Cisco Networking Academy Program: IT Essentials II, Network Operating Systems Lab Companion complements both the online course offered by the Cisco Networking Academy Program and the corresponding Companion Guide. This title allows students to perform all the lab tasks related to the IT Essentials II online course curriculum. The IT Essentials Network Operating Systems course is designed to be an intensive introduction to server hardware, multi-user, multi-tasking operating systems and networked operating systems. Students explore a variety of topics, including: HW upgrades/configuration, installation procedures, security issues, back up procedures and remote access. Command line and graphical operating systems will also be covered. This title prepares students for the Server+ Certification Exam through the use of hands-on lab exercises that will reinforce what the student has learned from both the online curriculum and the Companion Guide.

Contents

  • Worksheet 1.1.6: Operating System Basics
  • Worksheet 1.2.8: Microsoft Windows Basics
  • Worksheet 1.3.5: UNIX and Linux on the Desktop
  • Worksheet 2.2.5: Types of Networks
  • Worksheet 2.3.2: The OSI Reference Model
  • Worksheet 2.4.4: Network Protocols
  • Worksheet 3.2.7: Network Topologies
  • Worksheet 3.3.3: Twisted Pair Cabling
  • Worksheet 3.3.5: Physical Media Types
  • Worksheet 3.4.3: Network Devices
  • Worksheet 4.1.2: The TCP/IP Network Model
  • Worksheet 4.2.2: IPv4 Addressing Overview
  • Worksheet 4.2.8: Subnetting
  • Worksheet 5.1.1: Network/NOS Services
  • Worksheet 5.3.3: Windows 2000 Active Directory
  • Worksheet 5.3.4: Novell NDS
  • Lab 5.3.5: Configuring Linux as a NIS Client
  • Worksheet 6.1.6: Characteristics of a Network Operating System
  • Worksheet 6.2.4: Windows NT/2000
  • Worksheet 6.3.4: Linux
  • Worksheet 7.1.3: Planning the Installation
  • Worksheet 7.1.4: Server Components
  • Worksheet 7.1.5: Hardware Requirements
  • Worksheet 7.1.8: File Systems
  • Lab 7.2.6: Adding Swap File Space in a Linux System
  • Worksheet 7.3.5.1: The Boot Process
  • Worksheet 7.3.5.2: Linux Boot Process
  • Lab 8.1.1: Installation Demonstration of Windows 2000
  • Worksheet 8.1.1: Installing the OS
  • Lab 8.1.2: Configuring an IP Address and Default Gateway in Windows 2000
  • Lab 8.2.1: Logging On to Windows 2000
  • Lab 8.2.2: Using the Windows 2000 GUI
  • Lab 8.2.3: Using the Windows 2000 CLI
  • Lab 8.2.4: Navigating the Windows 2000 File System with Windows Explorer and My Computer
  • Lab 8.3.1: Adding Users in Windows 2000
  • Lab 8.3.2: Managing User Accounts in Windows 2000
  • Worksheet 8.3.2: User Accounts
  • Lab 8.4.1: Creating Files and Directories Using Windows 2000
  • Lab 8.4.2: Creating Groups in Windows 2000
  • Lab 8.4.3: Assigning Permissions in Windows 2000
  • Lab 8.5.1: Configuring HTTP Services on Windows 2000
  • Lab 8.5.2: Configuring FTP Services on Windows 2000
  • Lab 8.5.3: Configuring Telnet on Windows 2000
  • Lab 8.5.6: Writing a Script in Windows 2000
  • Lab 9.2.1: Installation of Linux
  • Lab 9.2.3: Configuring Network Settings
  • Lab 9.3.3: Configuring X Server
  • Lab 9.4.1: Post-Installation of Applications and Programs
  • Lab 10.1.1: Logging In to Linux
  • Lab 10.1.2: Using the Linux GUI (X Window)
  • Lab 10.1.3: CLI Interface
  • Lab 10.1.4: Linux Bash and C Shells
  • Worksheet 10.1.4: Linux Shells
  • Lab 10.1.5: Using the Linux vi Editor
  • Worksheet 10.1.5: vi Editor
  • Lab 10.2.1: Adding Users in Linux
  • Lab 10.2.3: Creating Groups in Linux
  • Lab 10.3.1: Creating Directories in Linux
  • Lab 10.3.5: Managing Run Levels
  • Lab 10.4.2: HTTP Apache Web Server
  • Lab 10.4.3: Configuring FTP Services in Linux
  • Lab 10.4.4: Configuring Telnet in Linux
  • Lab 10.4.5: Creating a Samba Server
  • Lab 10.4.9: Writing a Script File in Linux
  • Worksheet 11.1.1: Overview of Backup Methods
  • Worksheet 11.1.3: Types of Backup Hardware
  • Worksheet 11.1.4: Environmental Guidelines for a Server Room
  • Lab 11.1.5a: Backing Up with Windows 2000
  • Lab11.1.5b: Backing Up with Linux
  • Worksheet 11.2.4: Drive Mapping
  • Lab 11.4.5: Checking Resource Usage on Windows 2000
  • Lab 11.4.6: Checking Resource Usage in Linux
  • Worksheet 11.5.2: Bottlenecks
  • Worksheet 11.5.3: Baseline
  • Worksheet 11.5.8: SNMP
  • Lab 11.5.10: Installing SNMP
  • Lab 11.5.11: Configuring SNMP Security and Traps
  • Lab 12.1.4: Using Device Manager in Windows 2000 Server
  • Lab 12.1.5: Using the HCL
  • Lab 12.2.3: Updating Your Server's Operating System and Hardware
  • Worksheet 13.4.2: Using TCP/IP Utilities
  • Worksheet 13.4.4: Windows 2000 Diagnostic Tools
  • Worksheet 13.4.7: Server Shutdown
  • Worksheet 13.5.5: Redundancy
  • Worksheet 13.5.6: Hot Swapping
  • Lab 14.1.8: Security Checklist
  • Worksheet 14.1.9: Anti-Theft Devices for Hardware
  • Worksheet 14.2.7: Threats to Network Security
  • Worksheet 14.3.5: Implementing Security Measures

Caractéristiques

  • Parution : 20/02/2003
  • Edition : 1ère édition
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  • Nb de pages : 294 pages
  • Format : 21,5 x 27,7
  • Couverture : Broché
  • Poids : 689 g
  • Intérieur : Noir et Blanc
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