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HP-UX System and Network Administration II (H3065)

This course is the second of two courses that prepare you to successfully administer HP-UX servers in a network environment. Successful completion of HP-UX System and Network Administration I and II will prepare you for the HP-UX Certified System Administrator (CSA) technical certification exam. You will spend half of class in hands-on labs.

What You'll Learn

  • Configure HP-UX TCP/IP connectivity
  • Configure HP-UX static and default routes
  • Configure custom HP-UX startup and shutdown scripts
  • Configure network file system (NFS) and AutoFS servers and clients
  • Configure domain name system (DNS) servers and resolver clients
  • Configure telnet, ftp, remsh, rlogin, bootp, tftp, and other inetd services
  • Configure network time protocol (NTP) servers and clients
  • Configure secure shell (SSH) servers and clients
  • Configure lightweight directory access protocol (LDAP) servers and clients
  • Configure an Software Distributor-UX (SD-UX) depot server

Who Needs to Attend

System and network administrators who maintain and configure system resources, control access to resources, and establish procedures

Prerequisites

  • HP-UX System and Network Administration I (H3064)

Follow-On Courses

There are no follow-ons for this course.

Course Outline

1. LAN Concepts

  • Media Access Control (MAC) Addresses
  • IP Addresses and Network Classes
  • Host Names
  • Converting IP Addresses to MAC Addresses
  • Populating the Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) Cache
  • Managing packet flow with Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) and User Datagram Protocol (UDP)
  • Sending Data to Applications via Ports
  • Managing Ports with Sockets

2. LAN Hardware Concepts

  • LAN Hardware Components
  • LAN Cable and Connector Types
  • LAN Interface Card Types
  • LAN Transceivers
  • Single- and Multi-Port Network Interface Cards
  • Auto-Port Aggregation (APA)
  • Repeaters and Hubs
  • Bridges and Switches
  • Routers, Gateways, and Firewalls

3. Configuring IP Connectivity

  • Installing and Verifying LAN Software
  • Installing and Verifying LAN Interface Cards
  • Configuring Link Layer Connectivity
  • Configuring IP Connectivity
  • Configuring IP Multiplexing
  • Configuring the System Hostname and /etc/hosts
  • Configuring Network Tunable Parameters

4. Configuring IP Routing

  • Concepts and Tables
  • Viewing Routing Tables
  • Configuring Static and Default Routes
  • Configuring the /etc/rc.config.d/netconf File

5. Configuring Subnetting

  • IP Addresses and Netmasks in a Subnetted Network
  • Host IP Addresses on a Subnet
  • Routers in a Subnetted Network

6. Troubleshooting Network Connectivity

  • Network Troubleshooting Tools
  • Troubleshooting Network Connectivity via nwmgr, lanscan, linkloop, and lanadmin
  • Troubleshooting Network Connectivity via arp, ping, netstat, and nslookup

7. Starting Network Services

  • Configuring Network Services via /etc/rc.config.d/ files
  • Controlling Network Services via /sbin/rc*.d/directories and scripts
  • Starting and Stopping Network Services via /sbin/init.d/ scripts
  • Creating Custom Startup/Shutdown Scripts

8. Configuring NFS

  • Concepts
  • Versions
  • Servers and clients
  • RPCs, Program Numbers, and RPCBind
  • Stateless Operation Concepts
  • Security Concepts
  • Authentication and Encryption Concepts
  • Planning an NFS Configuration
  • Selecting an NFS Protocol
  • Maintaining User ID (UID), Group ID (GID), and Time Consistency
  • Configuring and Starting NFS Server Daemons
  • Temporarily and Permanently Sharing File Systems
  • Verifying NFS Server Configuration
  • Configuring and Starting NFS Client Daemons
  • Temporarily and Permanently Mounting NFS
  • Verifying NFS Client Configuration
  • Troubleshooting NFS
  • NFS vs. Common Internet File System (CIFS) Features and Benefits

9. Configuring AutoFS

  • AutoFS Concepts and Maps
  • AutoFS Commands and Daemons
  • Configuring the AutoFS Master and Hosts Maps
  • Configuring the AutoFS Direct and Indirect Maps
  • Mounting Home Directories with AutoFS
  • Configuring AutoFS to Access Replicated Servers
  • Troubleshooting AutoFS

10. Configuring DNS

  • DNS Concepts and Hierarchial Name Space
  • DNS Name Servers and Name Server Zones
  • Configuring DNS Master, Slave, and Cache-Only Servers
  • Testing Name Servers with Dig
  • Configuring DNS Clients and the /etc/nsswitch.conf File
  • Testing Resolver Clients with nsquery
  • /etc/named.data and /etc/named.conf
  • Updating DNS Master and Slave Servers

11. Configuring the ARPA/Berkeley Services

  • Internet Service Clients and Servers
  • Configuring /etc/rc.config.d/netdaemons
  • Configuring /etc/inetd.conf and /etc/services
  • Configuring /var/adm/inetd.sec
  • Configuring /etc/hosts.equiv and ~/.rhosts
  • FTP Configuration Issues

12. Configuring SSH

  • Network Service Vulnerabilities
  • SSH Encryption, Server, and Client/User Authentication
  • Configuring SSH Encryption, Server, and Client/User Authentication
  • SSH Single Sign-On
  • Configuring SSH Single Sign-On
  • Using UNIX and PuTTY SSH Clients

13. Configuring NTP

  • NTP Time Sources, Stratum Levels, and Roles
  • NTP Adjusting the System Clock
  • Configuring NTP Servers and Clients
  • Verifying NTP Functionality

14. Managing Depots with SD-UX

  • SD-UX Depot Server Concepts and Advantages
  • Planning for Depots
  • Adding Software and Patches to a Depot
  • Removing Software from a Depot
  • Registering or Unregistering a Depot
  • Pulling and Pushing Software from a Depot

15. Configuring LDAP-UX

  • LDAP Concepts
  • Schema, Object Classes, Attributes, and Directory Entries
  • Directory Information Trees, Distinguished Names (DNs), Relative Distinguished Names (RDNs), and LDAP Data Interchange Files (LDIF) files
  • Servers, Replicas, and LDAP Clients
  • Referrals and Security
  • Installing and Verifying an HP Directory Server
  • Installing and Using a Basic LDAP-UX client
  • Configuring /etc/nsswitch.conf and /etc/pam.conf Managing Passwords and Directory Entries



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