LPI 102. Linux administration and networkingLPI-102

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LPI 102. Linux administration and networking

Categories: Linux (LPI), Linux administration, Networking

The fundamental topics in Linux and network administration: shell script language Bash, users and permissions, processes, boot scripts, programs, basic server services, protocols – including TCP/IP, addressing and routing.
LPIC-1
Training is authorized by Linux Professional Institute

This training is a second part of our LPIC-1 certification path – a followup to the LPI-101 training. Learning material covered by these two training courses allows to pass the LPIC-1 exam.

After LPI 102, we suggest:

  • (if you took the LPI 101 course or mastered the material on your own) taking the LPIC-1 exam,
  • continuing learning on LPIC-2 level – through the complete Advanced Linux Administrator course, or LPI 201 and LPI 202 training courses.

To persons interested in acquiring the complete knowledge required by LPIC-1 exam from the very basics, we recommend our long course Linux Administrator. It not only covers all the material covered by LPI 101 and LPI 102 training courses – it has also a module on selected network services, and costs less than the two training courses combined.

This training is equivalent to days 5-8 of the Linux Administrator course.

Duration

4 days

Agenda

  1. Automating work: shell scripts
    • operations on text, variables
    • conditions
    • loops
    • functions
  2. Users
    • users, groups – adding, deleting, configuring
    • pam
    • administrators – sudo
  3. Finding files
  4. SQL fundamentals – topics important for a future administrator
    • databases (tables, data types)
    • SQL basics (SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE)
  5. X-window
    • basic configuration (support tools)
    • architecture (incl. networking) with examples
    • basic tools and smart features
  6. System customization
    • language, regional settings
    • graphical environment settings
    • accessibility
  7. Encryption
  8. Fundamental services
    • logs
    • cron and at
    • printing
    • NTP
  9. Basic e-mail configuration
    • sending e-mails
    • redirecting and aliases
  10. Basic network configuration
  11. Computer networks – an overview
    • topologies
    • network hardware and technologies
  12. TCP/IP and ISO/OSI model
    • local area networks and the problem of connecting networks
    • addresses, ARP and RARP
    • IP protocol (IPV4 and IPV6) and routing
    • ICMP
    • TCP and UDP
  13. Configuring network interfaces
    • scripts
    • manual setting up interfaces (ip command)
    • tools such as ping, traceroute, mtr, whois
    • resolving names. DNS.
  14. DHCP
    • how the protocol and the services work
    • basic configuration of the server and the client
  15. Remote working
    • ssh (keys, X forwarding, ports, scp and sftp)
  16. Security fundamentals
    • identifying devices (nmap, server version identification)
    • basic intrusion techniques (buffer overflow, string format)
    • critical rules
  17. Identifying and solving problems
    • prevention: backup strategies and methods
    • what to do in case of a catastrophe

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Audience and prerequisites

Basic familiarity with Linux, ability to use the command line and familiarity with the shell.

Certificates

Course participants receive completion certificates signed by ALX.

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