This intensive training course will teach you how to configure advanced network services on SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 and will explore server-optimization as well.

Course Outline/Agenda

  • Configure a DNS Server Using BIND
    • Review of DNS Basics
      • Understand How Name Servers Work
      • Understand How to Query DNS
      • Configure a Caching-Only DNS Server
      • Configure a Master Server for Your Domain
    • Forward Requests to Other Name Servers
      • The Name Servers of the Root Domain
      • Forward Requests to Specific Name Servers
      • Forward Requests for a Subdomain
      • Restrict Access to the Name Server
    • Configure Logging Options
    • Security Aspects for Zone Transfer
      • Security Aspects of the Zone Transfer
      • Zone Transfers from Slave Servers
      • Configure Zone Transfers from the Master Server to Slave Servers
    • Configure Dynamic DNS
    • Special Aspects of SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 Configuration
    • Use rndc to Control the Name Server
    • Check Configuration Files
      • named-checkconf
      • named-checkzone
  • Set Up a Print Server
    • Understand How CUPS Works
      • Print Queues
      • Classes
      • Log Files
    • Install and Configure a Print Server
      • Install a Print Server
      • Configure a Print Server
      • Use YaST to Configure a Print Server
      • Access Restrictions
      • Restrict the Access to the CUPS Server
      • Access Restrictions for Users and Groups
      • User Authentication
    • Configure a CUPS Client
      • Client without Local Printer Daemon
      • Client with Local Printer Daemon
    • Manage Printer Queues
      • Generate a Print Job
      • Display Information on Print Jobs
      • Cancel Print Jobs
      • Configure a Queue
    • Use the Web Interface to Manage a CUPS Server
      • Do Administration Tasks
      • Manage Printer Classes
      • On-Line Help
      • Manage Jobs
      • Manage Printers
      • Download the Current CUPS Software
  • Configure a Mail Server
    • Understand the Function of the Three Mail Agents
      • Mail Transfer Agent (MTA)
      • Mail Delivery Agent (MDA)
      • Mail User Agent (MUA)
      • The Mail Cycle
    • Understand the Architecture of Postfix
      • Process of Inbound Email
      • Process of Outbound Email
    • Start, Stop, and Reinitialize Postfix
    • Know the Components of the Postfix Program Package
    • Configure the Postfix Master Daemon
    • Configure Global Settings
      • Configure Postfix Using /etc/sysconfig/postfix
      • Configure Postfix Using /etc/postfix/main
    • Configure General Scenarios
      • Forward Mail to the Providers Mail Server
      • Send Mail in the Local Network
      • Receive Mail over the Internet
    • Configure the Lookup Tables
      • The access Lookup Table
      • The canonical Lookup Table
      • The recipient_canonical Lookup Table
      • The sender_canonical Lookup Table
      • The relocated Lookup Table
      • The transport Lookup Table
      • The virtual Lookup Table
      • The aliases Lookup Table
    • Use Postfix Tools
    • Receive Email over IMAP and POP3
      • Configure Cyrus IMAPd
      • Configure Cyrus IMAPd
      • Configure QPopper
      • Retrieve Mail with Fetchmail
      • Sort Mails with Procmail
    • Fight Spam
      • Install SpamAssassin
      • Configure SpamAssassin
      • Use SpamAssassin
      • Train SpamAssassin
  • Use OpenSLP
    • What OpenSLP Is
    • SLP Agents
      • User Agent
      • Service Agent
      • Directory Agent
      • Messages
      • Unicast, Multicast, and Broadcast Protocols
    • Configure OpenSLP
      • The OpenSLP Daemon slpd
      • The OpenSLP Configuration File
      • The OpenSLP Registration Files
    • SLP Frontends
      • YaST SLP Browser
      • Konqueror
      • The Command Line Program slptool
  • Deploy Tomcat
    • Describe Tomcat
    • Install and Configure Tomcat
      • Understand the File System Structure
      • Edit the server
    • Install Web Applications
    • Use the Tomcat Administration Tools
      • Use the Manager to Control Web Applications
      • Use the Admin Interface to Adjust the Server Configuration
      • Limit Access to the Administration Tools
    • Use Port 80 to Access Tomcat

Duration : 5 Days

Course Code : 3057

We recommend you have attended our SUSE Linux Administration and Advanced Administration courses (or have equivalent experience) prior to enrolling in this course.

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