Linux Firewalls with iptables
Network Security is essential to your network to protect yourself from hackers and spammers. Iptables is the client side utility available with all Linux distributions to provide packet filtering. Iptables allows you to develop rule sets to filter packets coming into your system, going out, and being forwarded. Packets can be filtered by port, protocol, IP address and MAC. Iptables also allow filtering based on source and destination IPs and ports. The course will provide you with example scripts that can be immediately applied to your systems. Iptables gives you control of the information traveling through your network.
- ssh overview
- ssh and sc
- rsh,rcp and rhost
- telnet and ftp
- keys and agents
- ssh key generation
- ssh automated connections
This course is designed for individuals who are responsible for the administration of services on a Linux systems.
- U101 – Introduction to Linux/Unix, System Administration, or equivalent
- Knowledge of the U501 – vi Text Editor
Student will be able to run, understand and administer the secure shell “ssh” as a replacement for rsh, rcp, telnet and ftp.
- PC Workstation for use during training
- Student Manual
- SSH, The Secure Shell: The Definitive Guide, (O’Reilly)
- U309 – Intermediate Unix and Shell Programming
- P100 – Introduction to Perl Programming
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