Linux Foundation Cert Prep: Network Administration (Ubuntu)

Linux Foundation Cert Prep: Network Administration (Ubuntu)

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By earning the Linux Foundation Certified Engineer (LFCE) certification, you demonstrate to potential employers that you have an advanced understanding of Linux system administration concepts. In this course, review key topics that can help you prepare for the exam, and enhance your ability to use a Linux server to offer essential services to a network. Discover how to configure a DHCP and PXE boot server, as well as how to save bandwidth by configuring an HTTP proxy server. Plus, learn how to configure mail and an authoritative name server.

Table of Contents

1 Welcome
2 Lab setup

Network Services
3 Configure a DHCP server
4 Configure a DHCP client
5 Configure a PXE boot server

6 Configure an HTTP proxy server
7 Control access to an HTTP proxy server
8 Configure an HTTP client to automatically use a proxy server

Domain Name System
9 Configure an authoritative name server
10 Configure caching and forwarding name servers

Mail Services
11 Configure an SMTP server
12 Configure an IMAP server

13 Auditing network services
14 Next steps