Формат на курса: Онлайн, воден от инструктор, виртуална класна стая
Цел на курса: Потготовка за сертификат LPIC-3, повишаване на квалификацията.
Име: LPI 300 LPIC-3 Exam 300 Mixed Environment
Код на курса: 117-300
Изисквания: микрофон и слушалки, компютър или таблет (смарт телефон).
Език на курса: български (английски е наличен като опция)
Метериали: в електронен формат, включени в цената
Лабораторна среда: всеки курсист разполага със собствена лаб среда, където се провеждат упражненията, част от курса.
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цената включва 40 уч.ч. онлайн обучение (теория и практика).
при отказ от достъп до лаб среда се предоставя отстъпка.
Метод на плащане: PayPal, банков превод, наложен платеж, брой.
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Дати на провеждане – съгласно нашият календар.
Съдържание на курса:
390.1 OpenLDAP Replication Description: Candidates should be familiar with the server replication available with OpenLDAP. Weight: 3 Key Knowledge Areas: Replication concepts Configure OpenLDAP replication Analyze replication log files Understand replica hubs LDAP referrals LDAP sync replication The following is a partial list of the used files, terms and utilities: master / slave server multi-master replication consumer replica hub one-shot mode referral syncrepl pull-based / push-based synchronization refreshOnly and refreshAndPersist replog 390.2 Securing the Directory Description: Candidates should be able to configure encrypted access to the LDAP directory, and restrict access at the firewall level. Weight: 3 Key Knowledge Areas: Securing the directory with SSL and TLS Firewall considerations Unauthenticated access methods User / password authentication methods Maintanence of SASL user DB Client / server certificates Terms and Utilities: SSL / TLS Security Strength Factors (SSF) SASL proxy authorization StartTLS iptables 390.3 OpenLDAP Server Performance Tuning Weight: 2 Description: Candidates should be capable of measuring the performance of an LDAP server, and tuning configuration directives. Key Knowledge Areas: Measure OpenLDAP performance Tune software configuration to increase performance Understand indexes Terms and Utilities: index DB_CONFIG Topic 391: OpenLDAP as an Authentication Backend 391.1 LDAP Integration with PAM and NSS Weight: 2 Description: Candidates should be able to configure PAM and NSS to retrieve information from an LDAP directory. Key Knowledge Areas: Configure PAM to use LDAP for authentication Configure NSS to retrieve information from LDAP Configure PAM modules in various Unix environments Terms and Utilities: PAM NSS /etc/pam.d/ /etc/nsswitch.conf 391.2 Integrating LDAP with Active Directory and Kerberos Weight: 2 Description: Candidates should be able to integrate LDAP with Active Directory Services. Key Knowledge Areas: Kerberos integration with LDAP Cross platform authentication Single sign-on concepts Integration and compatibility limitations between OpenLDAP and Active Directory Terms and Utilities: Kerberos Active Directory single sign-on DNS Topic 392: Samba Basics 392.1 Samba Concepts and Architecture Weight: 2 Description: Candidates should understand the essential concepts of Samba. As well, the major differences between Samba3 and Samba4 should be known. Key Knowledge Areas: Understand the roles of the Samba daemons and components Understand key issues regarding heterogeneous networks Identify key TCP/UDP ports used with SMB/CIFS Knowledge of Samba3 and Samba4 differences The following is a partial list of the used files, terms and utilities: /etc/services Samba daemons: smbd, nmbd, samba, winbindd 392.2 Configure Samba Weight: 4 Description: Candidates should be able to configure the Samba daemons for a wide variety of purposes. Key Knowledge Areas: Knowledge of Samba server configuration file structure Knowledge of Samba variables and configuration parameters Troubleshoot and debug configuration problems with Samba Terms and Utilities: smb.conf smb.conf parameters smb.conf variables testparm secrets.tdb 392.3 Regular Samba Maintenance Weight: 2 Description: Candidates should know about the various tools and utilities that are part of a Samba installation. Key Knowledge Areas: Monitor and interact with running Samba daemons Perform regular backups of Samba configuration and state data Terms and Utilities: smbcontrol smbstatus tdbbackup 392.4 Troubleshooting Samba Weight: 2 Description: Candidates should understand the structure of trivial database files and know how troubleshoot problems. Key Knowledge Areas: Configure Samba logging Backup TDB files Restore TDB files Identify TDB file corruption Edit / list TDB file content Terms and Utilities: /var/log/samba/ log level debuglevel smbpasswd pdbedit secrets.tdb tdbbackup tdbdump tdbrestore tdbtool 392.5 Internationalization Weight: 1 Description: Candidates should be able to work with internationalization character codes and code pages. Key Knowledge Areas: Understand internationalization character codes and code pages Understand the difference in the name space between Windows and Linux/Unix with respect to share, file and directory names in a non-English environment Understand the difference in the name space between Windows and Linux/Unix with respect to user and group naming in a non-English environment Understand the difference in the name space between Windows and Linux/Unix with respect to computer naming in a non-English environment Terms and Utilities: internationalization character codes code pages smb.conf dos charset, display charset and unix charset Topic 393: Samba Share Configuration 393.1 File Services Weight: 4 Description: Candidates should be able to create and configure file shares in a mixed environment. Key Knowledge Areas: Create and configure file sharing Plan file service migration Limit access to IPC$ Create scripts for user and group handling of file shares Samba share access configuration parameters Terms and Utilities: smb.conf [homes] smbcquotas smbsh browseable, writeable, valid users, write list, read list, read only and guest ok IPC$ mount, smbmount 393.2 Linux File System and Share/Service Permissions Weight: 3 Description: Candidates should understand file permissions on a Linux file system in a mixed environment. Key Knowledge Areas: Knowledge of file / directory permission control Understand how Samba interacts with Linux file system permissions and ACLs Use Samba VFS to store Windows ACLs Terms and Utilities: smb.conf chmod, chown create mask, directory mask, force create mode, force directory mode smbcacls getfacl, setfacl vfs_acl_xattr, vfs_acl_tdb and vfs objects 393.3 Print Services Weight: 2 Description: Candidates should be able to create and manage print shares in a mixed environment. Key Knowledge Areas: Create and configure printer sharing Configure integration between Samba and CUPS Manage Windows print drivers and configure downloading of print drivers Configure [print$] Understand security concerns with printer sharing Uploading printer drivers for Point’n’Print driver installation using ‘Add Print Driver Wizard’ in Windows Terms and Utilities: smb.conf [print$] CUPS cupsd.conf /var/spool/samba/. smbspool rpcclient net Topic 394: Samba User and Group Management 394.1 Managing User Accounts and Groups Weight: 4 Description: Candidates should be able to manage user and group accounts in a mixed environment. Key Knowledge Areas: Manager user and group accounts Understand user and group mapping Knowledge of user account management tools Use of the smbpasswd program Force ownership of file and directory objects Terms and Utilities: pdbedit smb.conf samba-tool user (with subcommands) samba-tool group (with subcommands) smbpasswd /etc/passwd /etc/group force user, force group. idmap 394.2 Authentication, Authorization and Winbind Weight: 5 Description: Candidates should understand the various authentication mechanisms and configure access control. Candidates should be able to install and configure the Winbind service. Key Knowledge Areas: Setup a local password database Perform password synchronization Knowledge of different passdb backends Convert between Samba passdb backends Integrate Samba with LDAP Configure Winbind service Configure PAM and NSS Terms and Utilities: smb.conf smbpasswd, tdbsam, ldapsam passdb backend libnss_winbind libpam_winbind libpam_smbpass wbinfo getent SID and foreign SID /etc/passwd /etc/group Topic 395: Samba Domain Integration 395.1 Samba as a PDC and BDC Weight: 3 Description: Candidates should be able to setup and maintain primary and backup domain controllers. Candidates should be able to manage Windows/Linux client access to the NT-Style domains. Key Knowledge Areas: Understand and configure domain membership and trust relationships Create and maintain a primary domain controller with Samba3 and Samba4 Create and maintain a backup domain controller with Samba3 and Samba4 Add computers to an existing domain Configure logon scripts Configure roaming profiles Configure system policies Terms and Utilities: smb.conf security mode server role domain logons domain master logon script logon path NTConfig.pol net profiles add machine script profile acls 395.2 Samba4 as an AD compatible Domain Controller Weight: 3 Description: Candidates should be able to configure Samba 4 as an AD Domain Controller. Key Knowledge Areas: Configure and test Samba 4 as an AD DC Using smbclient to confirm AD operation Understand how Samba integrates with AD services: DNS, Kerberos, NTP, LDAP Terms and Utilities: smb.conf server role samba-tool domain (with subcommands) samba 395.3 Configure Samba as a Domain Member Server Weight: 3 Description: Candidates should be able to integrate Linux servers into an environment where Active Directory is present. Key Knowledge Areas: Joining Samba to an existing NT4 domain Joining Samba to an existing AD domain Ability to obtain a TGT from a KDC Terms and Utilities: smb.conf server role server security net command kinit, TGT and REALM Topic 396: Samba Name Services 396.1 NetBIOS and WINS Weight: 3 Description: Candidates should be familiar with NetBIOS/WINS concepts and understand network browsing. Key Knowledge Areas: Understand WINS concepts Understand NetBIOS concepts Understand the role of a local master browser Understand the role of a domain master browser Understand the role of Samba as a WINS server Understand name resolution Configure Samba as a WINS server Configure WINS replication Understand NetBIOS browsing and browser elections Understand NETBIOS name types Terms and Utilities: smb.conf nmblookup smbclient name resolve order lmhosts wins support, wins server, wins proxy, dns proxy domain master, os level, preferred master 396.2 Active Directory Name Resolution Weight: 2 Description: Candidates should be familiar with the internal DNS server with Samba4. Key Knowledge Areas: Understand and manage DNS for Samba4 as an AD Domain Controller DNS forwarding with the internal DNS server of Samba4 Terms and Utilities: samba-tool dns (with subcommands) smb.conf dns forwarder /etc/resolv.conf dig, host Topic 397: Working with Linux and Windows Clients 397.1 CIFS Integration Weight: 3 Description: Candidates should be comfortable working with CIFS in a mixed environment. Key Knowledge Areas: Understand SMB/CIFS concepts Access and mount remote CIFS shares from a Linux client Securely storing CIFS credentials Understand features and benefits of CIFS Understand permissions and file ownership of remote CIFS shares Terms and Utilities: SMB/CIFS mount, mount.cifs smbclient smbget smbtar smbtree findsmb smb.conf smbcquotas /etc/fstab 397.2 Working with Windows Clients Weight: 2 Description: Candidates should be able to interact with remote Windows clients, and configure Windows workstations to access file and print services from Linux servers. Key Knowledge Areas: Knowledge of Windows clients Explore browse lists and SMB clients from Windows Share file / print resources from Windows Use of the smbclient program Use of the Windows net utility Terms and Utilities: Windows net command smbclient control panel rdesktop workgroup
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