Duration: 12 hours
DescriptionThe purpose of this course is to explore the most important aspects of networking in Linux, especially routing and switching. The approach of this training is mainly from an administrative point of view.
We focus on practical skills, backed by live demos, but adequate theoretical notions are also given when needed. The training is intended for people accustomed to Linux and basic networking concepts, but previous knowledge of networking in Linux is not mandatory.
Individuals taking part in this course will learn both low-level and high-level aspects of networking.
- IP addressing. DHCP
- Bridging, VLANs
- Routing. Classic routing and policy-based routing
- Firewalling. IPtables
- Network Address Translation
- Tunnelling. GRE and IPv6/IPv4 tunnels
- Managing static and dynamic IP addressing in Linux systems.
- Understand and implement Layer 2 operation
- Configure different types of routing.
- Implement packet and flow altering policies (filtering, NAT).
- Configure tunnels
- QA Engineers who perform testing in networked environments under Unix/Linux
- Developers who are interested in Linux networking aspects from an administrative point of view
- Anybody interested in gaining knowledge in Linux networking and services
- Anybody interested in refreshing their Linux skills