28th May 2021, Kathmandu
A great learning opportunity for novice/entry-level UNIX/Linux users pursuing careers in Network or System Administration.
Register by 28 May: https://lnkd.in/eWn-mN7
What is the Introduction to Network Operations course?
This is an introductory course targeted at novice/entry-level UNIX/Linux users pursuing careers in Network or System Administration. This course provides the necessary skills to progress to more advanced topics in the future.
This course is practically oriented and provides step-by-step guidance on how to configure a UNIX/Linux server and then run a Caching Domain Name System (DNS) server in a virtualized environment. The techniques covered in the course are applicable in real-world environments to set up Internet-ready caching DNS servers.
What are the course objectives?
Learn about and operate a UNIX/Linux operating system in a virtualized environment.
Develop competencies in key networking topics: IPv4 and IPv6.
Install third-party software on a UNIX or Linux platform using common software management tools.
Work with the UNIX/Linux shell and become comfortable with the command-line interface.
Edit files in UNIX/Linux environments without Graphical User Interfaces (GUI).
Understand the role of the Domain Name System (DNS) in the operation of the Internet.
Build and activate a caching Domain Name System (DNS) server.
Learn about the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) and the Request for Comments (RFC) process.