Advanced Linux Network Administration LPI 202

Looking to become a master of advanced Linux network administration? Our study guide is designed to help you achieve your goal by providing comprehensive lab work for the LPI 202 certification exam. Whether you're a seasoned Linux professional or just starting out, our guide is packed with practical exercises and solutions to help you build the skills you need to excel in your career. With our study guide, you'll be well on your way to becoming an expert in Linux network administration.

Table of contents

  • Introduction
  • History
  • DNS
  • Using dig and host
  • Basic Bind Configuration
  • The Logging Statement:
  • The Options Statement
  • The Zone Statement
  • DATA Integrity and Authenticity
  • Using Sendmail
  • Configuration Settings
  • Virtual Hosting
  • Configuring Mailing Lists
  • Managing Mail Traffic
  • Using Procmail
  • Web Services
  • Implementing a Web Server
  • Installing Apache
  • HTTPS Overview
  • SSL Virtual Hosts
  • Getting Started
  • Access Lists and Access Control
  • Additional Configuration Options
  • Reporting Tools
  • User Authentication (using PAM)
  • DHCP Configuration
  • NIS Configuration
  • Master Server Configuration
  • Slave Server Configuration
  • Client Setup
  • OpenLDAP server configuration
  • Client configuration files
  • Migrating System Files to LDAP
  • LDAP Authentication Scheme
  • PAM Authentication
  • PAM Aware Applications
  • PAM Configuration
  • System Security
  • Iptables/Ipchains
  • Example Rules
  • Differences with Ipchains
  • Security Tools
  • SSH
  • LSOF
  • NMAP
  • Exam : Detailed Objectives
  • The Logging Statement:
  • The Options Statement
  • The Access Control Lists (acl) Statement
  • Create and Maintain Zone Files
  • Securing a DNS Server
  • Server Authentication
  • DATA Integrity and Authenticity
Pages : 95
Size : 616.782 Kb
File type : PDF
Downloads: 110
Created: 2023-03-30
License: GNU Free Documentation License
Author(s): LinuxIT

This comprehensive PDF course provides a detailed guide to Linux system administration, covering a wide range of topics from DNS and server authentication to system security and data integrity. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced Linux professional, this course offers a step-by-step approach to mastering the various aspects of Linux administration. You will learn about important concepts such as configuring mail servers, managing mail traffic, and implementing web servers. Additionally, you will gain knowledge on how to configure network services such as DHCP and NIS, and how to use various security tools like SSH, TCPDUMP, and NMAP. With this course, you will be equipped with the skills necessary to become a proficient Linux system administrator and achieve success in your career.

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