Linux Network Administration

TCP/IP Management

NFS Management

BIND (DNS) Management

Mail, Bootp and DHCP

Basic Monitoring and Troubleshooting

Course Audience

This course is designed for students with some experiences in managing a UNIX environment who will be managing an UNIX network that includes a Linux operating system.


Good knowledge about using a UNIX operating system as covered in ''Using UNIX/Linux'' (BW-LNXUSR) and managing a Linux operating system as covered in ''Linux System Administration'' (BW-LNXADM) or equivalent experience is highly recommended.

Course Description

This course describes the tasks that a network manager must perform to get a Linux operation system fully connected and operating in a TCP/IP network. The course covers from how to setup and manage a TCP/IP network with all related services including NFS, NIS, BIND, DHCP and troubleshoot network problems.

Course Content

  • Networking overview
  • Setup and manage a TCP/IP network
  • Setup and manage NFS server and clients
  • Setup and manage BIND service
  • Setup and manage Network Information Service (NIS)
  • Configure a mail client or server
  • Describe the use of the BOOTP and DHCP protocols
  • Set up PPP network connections
  • Manage the NTP service
  • Describe the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)

Course Number BW-LNXNET
Course Length 5 days
Course Price € 1.890,- + tax
Participiant Max. 8
Course Type Lecture/Lab
Schedule (Munich) on request






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