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IBM AIX Systems Administration (Networking Features and Setup)
AIX Training Overview

This course will teach the commands and methods needed to setup and manage advanced features in a Unix system. The course will also use a problem solving approach in the lab exercises to teach system managers the proper application of advanced features.

AIX Training Prerequisites

It is assumed that the student has completed the Fundamentals of AIX and the IBM AIX Systems Administration: Essential Operations courses, or has equivalent system experience.

AIX Training Course duration

This course normally requires three (3) days, approximately 60% lecture, and 40% lab time.

AIX Training Course Objectives

On completion of this course, a system administrator should be able to implement networking features for the system and it's users; define name service capabilities; and use advanced options and setups for the shell command interpreters.

AIX Training Course outline

Review of System Concepts for Systems Administrators
  • Process concepts
  • Shell command usage and review
Advanced Network Features
  • Review of network basic setup
  • Subnet addressing
  • Using arp (address resolution protocol)
  • Network statistics
  • Controlling the inetd process
  • Miscellaneous network commands/tools
File Transfer Capabilities
  • The ftp utility
    • setup
    • file capabilities
    • additional features
  • Using trivial ftp (tftp)
Advanced Network File System (NFS) Features
  • Review of basic NFS setup
  • Advanced capabilities of server setup
  • Advanced capabilities in client setup
  • Using the automount feature
Using and Configuring Samba
  • Reasons for using samba features
  • Selecting a server host
  • Defining client hosts
Name Services
  • Capabilities of DNS
  • BIND configurations
  • Configuring the resolver
  • Configuring the named process
  • Cache initialization
  • Using nslookup to obtain information
Configuring Remote Printers
  • Printer setup databases (and control)
  • Remote printer usage
Tape Device Access Through TCP/IP
  • Using data dump (dd)
  • Combining tar with dd
  • Remote file system dumping
  • Setting up anonymous ftp
Maintaining System Integrity
  • Specifying auditing events
  • Improving shell performance
  • Using the error report facility
  • More on performance analysis



 
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