DNS and DHCP Administration
First in a series of jumpstart Hands-on-Labs for specific applications on a Linux server. This course begins with DNS using Resolver and BIND to create a Name Server and then covers the DHCP daemon to setup a server to dynamically assign IP addresses. These basic server functions are essential for running a company’s computer networking system.
- Client side of DNS
- Server files for DNS
- H2N script to jump-start the DNS process
- DHCP overview
- Configuration files
- Hard coding IPs for Servers and Printers
This course is designed for individuals who are responsible for the administration of services on a Linux system.
- U301 – Unix/Linux System Administration or equivalent
- Knowledge of the U501 – vi Text Editor
Student will be able to run, understand and administer a DNS Server and DHCP Server for their company. These two basic server functions are essential for a company’s computer system to run efficiently.
- PC Workstation for use during training
- Student Manual
- DNS and BIND, (O’Reilly)
- U201 – Intermediate Unix and Shell Programming
- P100 – Introduction to Perl Programming
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