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Solaris 8 Network Administration
Solaris Training Overview

This class provides students with hands on experience in a Solaris network. Some of the topics covered are TCP/IP, DNS and DHCP.

Solaris Training Audience

New Solaris System Administrators with at least 6 months working experience on a Solaris system, or anyone needing to administer a Solaris machine in a networked environment.

Solaris Training Prerequisites

Solaris Fundamentals, Solaris System Admin 1 and Solaris System Admin 2.

Solaris Training Course duration

5 days

Solaris Training Course outline

1 - Network Models
 
Upon completion of this chapter, you will be able to:
  • Describe the seven layers of the ISO/OSI model
  • Describe the five layers of the TCP/IP model
  • Identify the similarities and differences between the ISO/OSI and TCP/IP models
  • Describe how applications use TCP/IP to exchange data through Ethernet networks
  • Describe the following protocols: TCP, UDP, IP, ICMP
  • Explain peer-to-peer communications
  • Identify common TCP/IP protocols by name and function
2 - Introduction to Local Area Networks
 
Upon completion of this chapter, you will be able to:
  • Review the benefits of a LAN
  • Review the components of a LAN
  • Define these networking terms: topology, backbone, segment, repeater, bridge, router, switch, and gateway
  • Identify various LAN topologies
  • List available Sun communications controllers
  • Describe LAN access methods such as IEEE 802.3, ATM, Token Ring, and FDDI
  • Discriminate between network media types such as 10BASE-T, 1000BASE-CX, and 1000BASE-T
3 - Ethernet Interface
 
Upon completion of this chapter, you will be able to:
  • Define the terms: Ethernet, packet, frame, and MTU
  • List the different Ethernet Standards
  • Describe Ethernet addresses
  • Describe the components of an Ethernet frame
  • Explain encapsulation
  • Describe the purpose of CSMA/CD
  • Define an Ethernet broadcast address
  • Describe the features of Fast Ethernet
  • Use the netstat and snoop commands
  • Introduction to using the ndd utility
4 - ARP and RARP
 
Upon completion of this chapter, you will be able to:
  • Define address resolution
  • Obtain a destination Ethernet address
  • Describe the network configuration process used in system startup
  • Describe the network configuration files and scripts that are used to configure the network interface
  • Describe the process used to map a destination IP address to a destination Ethernet address
  • Describe the internal process used to map a host's Ethernet address to its IP address
  • Manage Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) cache
5 - Internet Layer
 
Upon completion of this chapter, you will be able to:
  • Define the terms: IP, datagrams, ICMP, and fragmentation
  • List the four IPv4 address classes
  • Define the three standard netmasks
  • Define the network number
  • Complete the IP configuration exercise
  • Decipher an Ethernet address from an IP address from a broadcast address
  • Define subnets and list how and when to implement them
  • Use a subnet mask
  • Use variable length subnet masks (VLSM)
  • Describe Classless Interdomain Routing (CIDR)
  • Discuss trunking (interface aggregation)
  • Configure logical (virtual) interfaces
  • Use the ifconfig command to configure network interface(s)
  • Verify and troubleshoot a network interface
6 - Routing
 
Upon completion of this chapter, you will be able to:
  • Describe the routing algorithm
  • Define: direct routing, indirect routing, table-driven routing, static routing, dynamic routing, and default routing
  • Use the in.routed and in.rdisc processes
  • Use the Routing Information Protocol (RIP) and Router Discovery (RDISC) Protocol
  • Describe the /etc/init.d/inetinit routing startup script
  • Use the /etc/defaultrouter, /etc/inet/networks, and /etc/gateways files
  • Use the route and netstat commands
  • Configure a Sun system as an IPv4 router
  • Describe ICMP redirects
  • Describe IP multicasting
7 - Transport Layer
 
Upon completion of this chapter, you will be able to:
  • Describe the function of the Transport layer
  • List the features of the UDP and TCP
  • Define the terms: connection-oriented, connectionless, stateful, and stateless
  • Define a port and a port number
  • Explain network services and UDP and TCP ports
  • Define TCP flow control

 
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