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Linux Training Institute in Gurgaon

Best Linux Training Institute in Gurgaon

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Course Summary

Red Hat is very popular in Training and certification. Red hat has many courses from the system level and network level. Recently Red Hat has updated RHEL8 version, previous it was RHEL7. Now training and certification available with Linux8 version. There are two important exam at the start level. First is RHCSA and Second is RHCE. First book code will be RH124 also called Red Hat System Administration I, this is the first level of the certification. Actually there will be two different books, first is RH124 and second is RH134. In Red Hat there will be RHCSA also called Ex200 Exam code. Means in this exam there will be two papers RH-124 and RH-134. Now red hat is providing following courses on behalf of practical and real scenario.

1. RHEL – Red Hat Enterprise Linux
2. Cloud Computing, Virtualization, and Storage
3. OpenShift
4. OpenStack
5. DevOps
6. JavaEE
7. Red Hat Fuse Decision Manager and more
8. Ansible

Above courses are very famous for the international exam, first we need to clear RHCSA and RHCE exam after RHCSA and RHCE exam can plan for the other certification exam. Now a days virtualization is very important for us. Like how to connect one computer to other computer with the help of virtual machine. In the base system can use multiple virtual computer. Virtual computer can use as a server also can use as a client. One virtual computer can interact with other virtual computer or virtual computer can interact with the physical environment. In the virtual computer also can configure as a server, can behave like DHCP Server, can behave like DNS server, Can behave like FTP Server, Can behave like Telnet server.

There are some important server which works at application layer and there are some port numbers which use by transport layer protocol. Means application layer protocols can use by transport layer protocol. DHCP has two port numbers, 67 and 68. DHCP server port number is 67 and DHCP port number is 68, FTP means file transfer protocol has two port numbers, one is 20 and other is 21, means one for the data and other for the control. Below are some famous protocol and its port number.
DNS port number 53 use by TCP and UDP
FTP port number 20 for the data and 21 for the control
Telnet port number is 23 to access one device to the other device
DHCP port number 67 and port number 68, 67 for the server and 68 for the clinet
HTTP port number is 80 other HTTPs port number is 443
POP2 port number is 109 and POP3 port number is 110
TACACS has port number 49, Terminal Access Control Access Control Services
SSH has port number 22 to access one device to other device securely

Linux has no any theory exam, all exams are based on the lab. Red Hat will provide virtual computer to the user to give the exam. In RHCSA they are providing one physical computer inside this physical computer they will give two virtual computers. We need to configure both the virtual computer, like need to configure ip address to the system, subnet mask to the system, dns ip address to the system, alternate ip address to the system. If we want to configure Teaming then need to create multiple virtual lan card first. Many virtual lan cards combined with one virtual group, can give any name to the group like TeamA or TeamB. If we want to configure redundancy or if we want to configure backup or if we want to increase the speed of lan card then NIC Teaming is the best method to communicate with each other in the network.

During the exam can not ask anything to the examiner, actually questions are available with the system and system will be locked. If system will be locked then definitely need to break the root password. Root is like super user of the network and system. Root also called administrator in terms of Microsoft. If will be able to break the password then can login to the system to see the questions, if will be not able to break the password then will be not able to see the questions.

Course Outline

Day1 - Linux basic concepts & installations
Day2 - Installation in Standalone Machine
Day3 - Installation through NFS
Day4 - Installation through FTP
Day5 - Installation through HTTP
Day6 - Installation through KICKSTART
Day7 - Creation of File Systems
Day8 - Understanding EXT2, EXT3& EXT4 File Systems
Day9 - Converting Ext2 to Ext3 file systems
Day10 - Reverting back from Ext3 to Ext2 files systems
Day11 - Understanding fdisk,e2label, mount, umount commands
Day12 - Understanding fstab and mtab files
Day14 - Understanding different types of groups and creation of groups
Day15 - Creation of users in different groups
Day16 - Understanding Passwd, Shadow Files
Day17 - Understanding passwd aging
Day18 - Creation of quotas for users, groups and file systems
Day19 - Understanding users security files
Day20 - The different commands for Monitoring the users
Day22 - Understanding the different types of run-levels
Day23 - Understanding different types of shutdown commands
Day24 - Understanding run control scripts
Day25 - Understanding the different types
Day26 - Understanding NFS server and NFS clients
Day27 - Understanding daemons and files in NFS of boot phases
Day28 - Configuring NFS server and different NFS clients
Day29 - Configuration of autofs, NFS security
Day30 - Understanding the features and advantages of FTP server
Day31 - Configuring FTP server and FTP clients
Day32 - Configuring FTP server for anonymous and real users with download and upload permissions
Day33 - Configuring FTP user access, FTP security
Day34 - Understanding FTP Basic Commands
Day35 - Configuring of anonymous FTP Server
Day36 - Understanding xinetd based and non xinetd based services
Day37 - Configuring xinetd based services
Day38 - Xinetd security
Day39 - Understanding TCP WRAPPER
Day40 - Configuring TCP WRAPPER for services
Day41 - Understanding DNS service and different types of DNS servers
Day42 - Configuring DNS (master) DNS (Slave)
Day43 - Understanding & Configuring forward (DNS) and cache (DNS) of boot phases
Day44 - Understanding different types of files when the system is booting
Day46 - Creation of file systems and converting into LVM
Day47 - Creation of physical partitions
Day48 - Creation of volume groups
Day49 - Creation of logical partitions
Day50 - Extending the volume group
Day51 - Extending the logical partitions
Day52 - Understanding the features and advantages of RPM
Day53 - Installation of RPM packages
Day54 - Upgradation of RPM
Day55 - Verification of RPM
Day56 - Q u e r y i n g , T R O U B L E SHOOTING
Day57 - Understanding different types of file system backup
Day58 - Understanding different types of files backups
Day59 - Understanding different types of file system backups
Day60 - Understanding different types of dump levels
Day61 - Understanding monthly, weekly, daily backups
Day62 - Different types of backup strategies
Day63 - At Jobs . Cron Jobs
Day64 - Understanding NIS and daemons at NIS (Server, Slave and Clients)
Day65 - Configuring NIS (master), NIS (slave) and NIS clients in heterogeneous environments
Day66 - Integrating NIS (master and slave) with NFS Server
Day67 - Understanding DHCP
Day68 - Configuring DHCP server for different DHCP clients
Day69 - Understanding APACHE
Day70 - Configuring APACHE web server with virtual hosting
Day71 - Configuring APACHE web server with IP BASED, HOST BASED and PORT BASED
Day72 - Configuring member logins for APACHE web server
Day73 - Understanding the features and advantages of SAMBA server
Day74 - Configuring SAMBA for heterogeneous environment
Day75 - Sharing the resources between unix to unix using SAMBA
Day76 - Sharing the resources between windows to unix (vice-versa)
Day77 - SAMBA security
Day78 - Understanding SQUID proxy
Day79 - Configuring SQUID proxy with ACL
Day80 - Understanding RAID LEVELS
Day81 - Configuring different types of RAID LEVELS (0,1and5)

Course Features

  • Duration : 40 Hours
  • Lectures : 20
  • Quiz : 10
  • Students : 15

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