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Network Administration for the Solaris 9 Operating System

Course Description
This course teaches basic topics in Solaris Network Administration. The operating system will be Solaris 9 (SunOS 5.9) - Sun's implementation of SystemV release 4. The course is taught on a Sun Ultra System. The objective is to prepare the student for administering a Solaris 9 system in a networked environment.

Course Length:   4 days

By the end of the course, you will be able to...
- Configure routing and routing tables
- Configure subnet masks, including variable length masks
- Configure DHCP clients and servers
- Configure DNS
- Configure a Network Time Protocol (NTP) server and client
- Configure a system as an IPv6 host or router
- Configure IPv6-over-IPv4 tunnels
- Troubleshoot network problems

Prerequisites
The student should have taken a Solaris administration course or have equivalent experience administering a Sun Solaris system.  The student should also be knowledgeable of system run levels and editing system configuration files.

Course Details

Introducing the TCP/IP Model
Describe network model fundamentals
Describe the layers of the TCP/IP model
Describe basic peer-to-peer communication and related protocols

Introducing LANs and Their Components
Describe network topologies
Describe LAN media
Describe network devices

Describing Ethernet Interfaces
Describe Ethernet concepts
Describe Ethernet frames
Use network utilities

Describing ARP and RARP
Address Resolution Protocol (ARP).
Reverse Address Resolution Protocol (RARP)

Configuring IP
Describe the Internet layer protocols
Describe the IP datagram
Describe IP address types
Describe subnetting and VLSMs
Describe the interface configuration files Administer logical interfaces

Configuring IP Multipathing
Increase network throughput and availability Implement multipathing

Configuring Routing
Identify the fundamentals of routing
Describe route table population
Describe routing protocol types
Describe the route table
Configure static routing
Configure dynamic routing
Describe classless inter-domain routing (CIDR)
Configure boot time routing
Troubleshoot routing

Configuring IPv6
Describe IPv6
Describe IPv6 addressing
Describe IPv6 autoconfiguration
Describe IPv6 unicast address types
Describe IPv6 multicast address types Enable IPv6 Manage IPv6
Configure IPv6-over-IPv4 tunnels
Configure IPv6 multipathing

Describing the Transport Layer
Describe Transport layer fundamentals
Describe UDP Describe TCP
Describe TCP flow control

Configuring DNS
Describe the DNS basics
Configure the DNS server
Troubleshoot the DNS server using basic utilities

Configuring DHCP
Describe the fundamentals of DHCP
Configure a DHCP server
Configure and manage DHCP clients
Configure for dynamic DNS
Configure a DHCP server to support JumpStart clients

Configuring NTP
Identify NTP basics
Configure an NTP server
Configure an NTP client
Troubleshoot NTP