RHCE Cert Prep: Network Bonding, IPv6, Routing, and Virtual Systems

RHCE Cert Prep: Network Bonding, IPv6, Routing, and Virtual Systems
RHCE Cert Prep: Network Bonding, IPv6, Routing, and Virtual Systems
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Study to pass the Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) exam—the benchmark certification for Red Hat Enterprise Linux. This installment of Grant McWilliam’s comprehensive series teaches the fundamentals of building Linux Kernel Virtual Machine (KVM) virtual systems in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7. Learn how to create private networks and storage pools for the virtual machines and install Enterprise Linux using a DVD and a network repository. Plus, explore more advanced networking techniques, including IPv6 addressing, network interface teaming and bonding, and static routing.

Topics include:

  • Virtualization on Enterprise Linux
  • Managing virtual machines
  • Installing Linux in a guest VM
  • Configuring interface bonding
  • Configuring interface teaming
  • Configuring IPv6 addresses
  • Creating static routes
Table of Contents

Introduction
1 Prepare for the course
2 What you will need

Virtual Systems Configuration
3 Create a bootable CentOS 7 live USB drive on Windows
4 Install Enterprise Linux on a physical machine
5 Virtualization on Enterprise Linux
6 Prepare the host for virtualization
7 Create a NAT network using virt-manager
8 Create a storage pool using virt-manager

Virtual Machine Installation
9 Install Linux interactively in a guest VM
10 Use kickstart files to automate installs
11 Install Linux unattended in a guest VM
12 Create an FTP repository
13 Configure Yum to use an FTP repository
14 Install Linux from an FTP server
15 Configure VM virtual graphics cards and terminals
16 Manage virtual machines
17 Before you go further VM checklist

Network Link Aggregation
18 About link aggregation
19 Add network interfaces to VMs
20 Configure interface bonding by editing files
21 Configure interface bonding using nmcli
22 Configure interface teaming by editing files
23 Configure interface teaming using nmcli
24 Teaming and bonding using the GUI

Networking with IPv6
25 About IPv6
26 Configure IPV6 addresses

Static Routing
27 About routing
28 Viewing the routing table
29 Create static routes manually

Conclusion
30 Next steps