Course of Linux networks

  • General mission:

    To learn to form and to start up the majority of the services of network of Linux indispensable for a median servant climbs

  • Specific objectives:

    • To learn the basic characteristicses of the open systems
    • To learn the basic characteristicses of the main topologies of networks
    • To know and to learn the important points m's of TCP/IP
    • To realise a detailed installation of the system
    • To learn to form TCP/IP in Linux
    • To understand the key points of the Kernel de Linux and how to manipulate them to obtain a better yield
    • To understand the concept of ruteo and to learn to form ruteadores in Linux
    • To know the techniques to realise connections with modems by Linux using connections point-to-point
    • To learn to form a servant proxy and to give service of Inernet to an Intranet
    • To learn to form directories of network for Linux/Unix (NFS), Windows and Novell
  • Methodology:

    • Theoretical exhibitions
    • Learning reasoned with active interventions of the participants
    • Practices with personal computers
  • Duration:

    • 40 hours (35% theory, 65% practice)
  • Thematic content:

    1. Foundations of TCP/IP
      • Open systems
      • Network architectures
      • Layers
      • Internet standards
      • Protocols
      • TCP/IP and Internet
      • Majorities of the TCP/IP components
      • TCP/IP and Ethernet
      • Internet
      • Address in subnetworks
      • Groups of Ethernet
      • Directions IP
      • Protocol of resolution of direction (ARP)
      • System of domain names (DNS)
    2. Basic configuration of TCP/IP in Linux
      • Introduction
      • Part 1. How to register a network interface
      • Part 2. Configuration of the network with the Linuxconf
      • Part 3. Configuration of the network in form manual
    3. Configuration and compilation of the Kernel to operate in network
      • Introduction
      • Step 1. Cleaning of temporary directories of compilation
      • Step 2. Configuration of the Kernel
      • Step 3. Creation of the dependencies
      • Step 4. Compilation of the Kernel
      • Step 5. Compilation of the modules
      • Step 6. Creation of an endorsement of the modules
      • Step 7. Installation of the Kernel
      • Step 8. Installation of the modules
      • Step 9. Installation of the Kernel of endorsement
      • Step 10. Re-initiation of the system
    4. Ruteo
      • Bases of ruteo
      • Analysis and resolution of a problem of ruteo of three networks using PCs based on Linux with multiple cards of network as ruteadores
    5. Connections point-to-point by Modems
      • The point-to-point protocol (PPP)
      • How to create an interface PPP
      • Mechanisms of connection manual and automatic
      • Daemon mgetty
    6. NAT (Network Address Translation)
      • Introduction
      • Firewall
      • The system ipchains of Linux
      • Masquerading
      • Distribution of Internet to an Intranet
    7. File systems of network
      • Directories of network in Linux/Unix (NFS)
        • Configuration of daemon nfsd
        • How to export a directory to the network
        • How to mount a network directory
      • Directories of network in Windows (SMB)
        • The servant samba
        • How to create network directories
        • How to connect itself in Windows to a shared directory of Linux
        • Ways of access to the network directories
        • The client smbclient
        • How to mount in Linux a directory of Windows
      • The client for Novell
        • Configuration of interface IPX
        • How to locate a Novell servant
        • How to mount in Linux a shared directory of Novell
  • Directed a:

    All that one that is tired of excessively expensive operating systems, that are blocked very followed, that does not offer the necessary security and whose support really is poor

  • Requirements

    • Basic knowledge of computation
    • Basic knowledge of Linux and their structure of directories