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Course 3057: SUSE Linux Network Services

Section 1

  • Retrospection of DNS Basics
  • Forward Requests to other Name Servers
  • Restrict Access to the Name Servers
  • Configure Logging Options
  • Security Aspects for Zone Transfer
  • Configure Dynamic DNS
  • Special Aspects of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 Configuration
  • Use rndc to Control the Name Server
  • Check Configuration Files


Section 2

  • Understand How DHCP Works
  • Configure the DHCP Server
  • Configure HCP Clients
  • Configure a DHCP Relay Server
  • Use DHCP and Dynamic DNS
  • Troubleshoot DHCP


Section 3

  • Understand How CUPS Works
  • Install and Configure a Print Server
  • Configure a CUPS Client
  • Manage Printer Queues
  • Use the Web Interface to Manage a CUPS Server


Section 4

  • Retrospection of a Basic Samba Configuration
  • Configure Virtual File Servers
  • Configure User Authentication
  • Manage Users
  • Configure Samba as Printer Server
  • Use Samba in a Windows NT Domain
  • Use Samba as a Domain Controller


Section 5

  • Understand the Function of the Three Mail Agents
  • Understand the Architecture of Postfix
  • Start, Stop, and Reinitialize Postfix
  • Know the Components of the Postfix Program Package
  • Configure the Postfix Master Daemon
  • Configure Global Settings
  • Configure General Scenarios
  • Configure the Lookup Tables
  • Use Postfix Tools
  • Receive Email over IMAP and POP3
  • Fight Spam


Section 6

  • What OpenSLP is
  • Understand SLP Agents
  • Configure OpenSLP
  • SLP Frontends


Section 7

  • Use ntop to Monitor Network Traffic
  • Use Nagios to monitor Hosts, Services, and Network
  • Use Ethreal and tcpdump to Troubleshoot Network Problems


Section 8

  • Describe Tomcat
  • Install and Configure Tomcat
  • Install Web Applications
  • Use the Tomcat Administration Tools
  • Use Port 80 to Access Tomcat

 

Course 3058: SUSE Linux Security

Section1

  • Create a Security Concept
  • Understand Frequently Used Terms


Section 2

  • Limit Physical Access to Server Systems
  • Partitioning and File System Security
  • Limit the Installed Software Packages
  • Understand the Linux User Authentication
  • Configure Security Settings With YaST
  • Stay Informed about Security Issues
  • Apply Security Updates
  • Test and Document the Configuration
  • Use logging and Accounting


Section 3

  • Cryptogoraphy Basics
  • Create a Certification Authority (CA) and issue Certificates with CLI Tools
  • Use YaST to Create a Certification Authority (CA) and Issue Certificates
  • GNU Privacy Guard (GPG)


Section 4

  • Understand Services and Protocols
  • Secure Access with TCP Wrapper
  • Use SSL to Secure a Service
  • Secure Clients


Section 5

  • Understand Firewall Concepts and Purpose
  • Describe Components of Firewalls
  • Understand Advantages and Disadvantages of the Setups


Section 6

  • Understand Packet Filters
  • Understand iptables Basics
  • Understand iptables Advanced Features
  • Understand Network Address Translation


Section 7

  • Describe Application-Level Gateways
  • Configure and Use Squid
  • Configure and Use Dante
  • Configure and Use rinetd


Section 8

  • VPN and IPSec Basics
  • Configure and Establish an IPSec Connection Using the Command Line
  • Configure IPSec Using YaST
  • Understand Packet Filtering of VPN Traffic


Section 9

  • Log Files and Their Evaluation
  • Host-Based intrusion Detection
  • Network-Based Intrusion Detection
  • Incident Response


Section 10

  • Set Up the Application-Level Gateway
  • Set Up the Screening Router
  • Set Up a Web Server in the DMZ
  • Set Up the Mail Server in the LAN
  • Set Up the VPN Gateway


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