Red Hat Linux Training Dhaka

Red Hat Linux Training Dhaka

 

Red Hat Linux Training

Red Hat Server Administration​

 

Red Hat System Administration serves as the second part of the Red Hat Linux Training track for IT professionals, who have taken Red Hat Linux Training. The course goes deeper into core Red Hat Linux system administration skills in storage configuration, installation and management.

The Red Hat Certified Engineer course will prepare you for the certification exam from Red Hat Linux. This certification is intended to be earned by a current Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA). This course will prepare you for the performance-based certification exam by Red Hat Linux that is intended to demonstrate your knowledge, skills, and experience as a senior system administrator that is responsible for Red Hat Enterprise Linux systems.

Course Objectives (Red Hat Linux)

  • Configuring static routes, packet filtering, and network address translation
  • Setting kernel runtime parameters
  • Configuring an Internet Small Computer System Interface (iSCSI) initiator
  • Producing and delivering reports on system utilization
  • Using shell scripting to automate system maintenance tasks
  • Configuring system logging, including remote logging
  • Configuring a system to provide networking services, including HTTP/HTTPS, FTP, NFS, SMB, SMTP, SSH, and NTP.

Target Audience

  • Linux system administrator
  • Linux System Engineer
  • Server monitoring Administrator
  • Technical support Engineer

Course Pre-Requisites (Red Hat Linux)

Basic Knowledge of Hardware and Networking

Course Duration (Red Hat Linux)

Advanced SSH (Secure Shell) Service

1
Introduction to Secure Shell (SSH)?
2
SSH Server and Client Concepts
3
Access Remote Server with SSH and Putty
4
Secure copy (SFTP) using ‘scp’
5
Change default SSH port
6
SSH Keys (Public and Private) Concept
7
Configuring SSH Key-based Authentication
8
Customizing SSH configuration files
9
Restricting SSH logins

Firewall

NAT and Port Forwarding

1
Network Firewall concepts
2
Understanding Linux application firewall
3
Install and configure ‘firewalld’ services
4
Manage ‘firewalld’ with GUI, firewall-cmd
5
Understanding ‘firewalld’ Zones
6
Allow and deny by services & ports
7
Limiting Network Communication
8
Configure Port Forwarding
9
Direct Interface and Rich Rules
10
Linux NAT and IP Masquerading

Primary DNS Server Configure

1
The Doman Name System
2
How DNS Server works
3
Install and Configure BIND DNS Server
4
DNS Resource Record Types
5
Familiar with BIND related files
6
Forward zone and Reverse zone details
7
DNS Lookup Utilities (nslookup, dig, host)
8
Configure and Testing DNS Client
9
DNS Server Debugging/ Troubleshooting

2nd DNS (Slave) Server Configure

1
Importance of 2nd (Slave) DNS Server
2
How Secondary DNS Server works
3
Install and Configure BIND as a 2nd DNS Server
4
Modify Master DNS Server Zone Files
5
Verify master and slave replication
6
View master, slave DNS log files
7
Verify Master, Slave DNS From Client
8
DNS testing using DNS utilities (nslookup, dig, host)
9
Using itoDNS to check health and configuration
10
Troubleshooting and debugging 2nd (Slave) DNS

Linux FTP Server Configure

1
Introduction to FTP Server
2
How FTP Server Works
3
Install and Configure FTP Server (vsFTPD)
4
Access FTP with Filezilla
5
Disable Anonymous login
6
Authentication based FTP Server
7
User restriction in FTP Server
8
Advanced Configuration of FTP
9
Install and configure secure FTP (SFTP)

Storage Server Administration (iSCSI)

1
Storage concept (DAS/SAN/NAS)
2
Introduction to iSCSI
3
iSCSI Target Overview
4
Required packages and services for iSCSI target
5
Preparing disk for iSCSI target
6
iSCSI Target Configuration
7
iSCSI Initiator Introduction
8
Configure iSCSI initiator on Windows & Linux
9
Accessing iSCSI Storage (Windows & Linux Client)

Samba Server with AD Authentication

1
Concept of File and Block Based Storage system
2
Introduction to NFS and CIFS
3
Preparing Directories and Samba Users
4
Samba User and Group Administration
5
Explore Samba Configuration files
6
Configure Samba Public Access
7
Configure Samba Secure Access
8
Configure Windows Client (Win 8/10)
9
Accessing Network Storage with SMB
10
Configure samba using AD Authentication

Mail Server (Postfix

Dovecot

Webmail)

1
SMTP, POP3 and POP3 IMAP theory
2
How the Email Systems Works
3
MTA, MDA, MUA Concept
4
DNS Configure and MX Concepts
5
Install and Configure Postfix Mail Server
6
Installing and configuring Dovecot
7
Postfix, Dovecot with SSL/TLS
8
Configure e-mail Client (Outlook/Thunderbird)
9
Install and Configure Webmail (Squirrelmail)

Web Server (Apache & NGINX)

1
Introduction to Web Server
2
Apache HTTP vs NGINX Web Server
3
DNS configuration for Web Serve
4
Install and configure apache HTTPD
5
Apache (httpd) Configuration files details
6
Install LAMP stack on Server (Apache, PHP & MySQL)
7
Install and configure NGINX
8
NGINX Configuration files details
9
Install and configure PHP & MySQL on NGINX
10
Configure Name-based Virtual Hosting
11
cPanel Introduction& Configuration

System & Network Monitoring (Cacti)

1
Introduction to Network Management & Monitoring
2
NMS Protocol and architectures
3
Different types of NMS tools and its Applications
4
Working with ‘Cacti’ NMS tools
5
Cacti features and its applications
6
Required packages (PHP, MySQL, SNMP & httpd)
7
Cacti installation and basic configuration
8
Client site configuration for ‘Cacti’
9
Configure ‘Cacti’ to monitor Network Devices
10
Cacti’ user administration and control

NFS Server & Auto-mount

1
Introduction to NAS and NFS
2
Install required packages and start services
3
Preparing share directories for NFS Server
4
Create and export the NFS share
5
Details on ‘/etc/exports’ parameters and options
6
Modify the firewall configuration
7
Configure the NFS client (Windows & Linux)
8
Mount NFS server on Linux client
9
Access NFS share from Windows client
10
Auto mounting an NFS share at boot time

NFS Cluster using Pacemaker

1
Server clustering concepts
2
Different types of server clustering method
3
Required resources for NFS cluster configuration
4
Lab design for NFS PCS Cluster configuration
5
Preparing shared storage for cluster nodes
6
Configure individual cluster nodes
7
Configure NFS server resources
8
Configure the High Availability (HA) NFS shares
9
Login with NFS clients and mount the shares.
10
Testing High Availability(HA)/Clustering

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