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55343 -Networking with Windows Server

55343 -Networking with Windows Server

Duration

5 Days

Course Fee

SGD 2250.00

55343 : Networking with Windows Server 


Duration: 5 Days


Overview

This five-day instructor-led course examines the services and features of Microsoft Windows Server from 2012 to 2022, including lessons and lab exercises on key attributes you’ll need on the job. It’s designed for IT professionals who have some networking knowledge and experience, and who are looking for a single course that provides insight into core and advanced Windows Server networking technologies. This audience typically includes network administrators and system and infrastructure administrators.


At Course Completion

Plan and implement IPv4.Implement Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP).Plan and implement IPv6.Implement name resolution with Domain Name System (DNS).Implement and manage IP Address Management (IPAM).Plan and implement remote access.Implement networking for branch offices.Configure advanced networking features.


Course Outline


Module 1: Plan and implement IPv4

This module details how to plan and implement an IPv4 addressing scheme to support your organization’s needs. The module also explains how to use fundamental networking tools and techniques to configure and troubleshoot IPv4-based networks.


Lessons

Plan IPv4 addressing

Configure IPv4

Manage and troubleshoot IPv4


Lab 1: Plan an IPv4 addressing scheme

Plan the IPv4 address assignments

Verify IPv4 communication

Troubleshoot IPv4


Module 2: Implement DHCP

Automatic IP configuration makes it easier to manage IP hosts. In this module, students learn how to deploy and manage the DHCP server role, select a high-availability option for DHCP, and configure DHCP failover.


Lessons

What is DHCP?

Deploy DHCP

Manage DHCP high availability

Manage and troubleshoot DHCP

Lab 1: Implement DHCP

Plan a DHCP server implementation

Implement the DHCP configuration

Implement DHCP failover

Validate the DHCP implementation


Module 3: Plan and implement IPv6

This module details how to plan and implement an IPv6 addressing scheme to support your organization’s needs. It also includes specifics about configuring coexistence between IPv4 and IPv6 and explains options for transitioning to IPv6.


Lessons

Implement IPv6

Manage IPv4 and IPv6 Coexistence

Migrate to IPv6Lab 1: Configure and evaluate IPv6 transition technologies

Review the default IPv6 configuration

Implement DHCPv6

Configure network integration by using ISATAP

Configure native IPv6 connectivity

Configure 6to4 connectivity


Module 4: Implement name resolution with DNS

This module explains the fundamentals of using Domain Name System (DNS) for simple name resolution, and then details more advanced topics, such as the GlobalNames zone, Domain Name System Security Extensions (DNSSEC), and split-brain syndrome. These modules detail how you can install, configure, and troubleshoot DNS within an organization’s network.


Lessons

Deploy DNS servers

Configure zones in DNS server

Configure name resolution between DNS zones

Configure DNS integration with AD DS

Configure advanced DNS settings


Lab 1: Plan and implement DNS name resolution

Plan DNS name resolution

Implement DNS servers and zones


Lab 2: Integrate DNS with AD DS

Integrate DNS with AD DS


Lab 3: Configure advanced DNS settings

Configure DNS policies

Validate a DNS implementation

Troubleshoot DNS


Module 5: Implement and manage IPAM

This module introduces IPAM functionality, explains how to deploy IPAM, and shows student how to manage DNS and DHCP functionality by using IPAM.


Lessons

What is IPAM?

Deploy IPAM

Manage IP address spaces with IPAM


Lab 1: Implement IPAM

Install the IPAM Server feature

Provision the IPAM Server

Manage IP address spaces by using IPAM


Module 6: Implement remote access

In this module, students learn how to implement remote access technologies in Windows Server.They will also learn about different implementation scenarios for small or medium-sized organizations and enterprise organizations. In Windows Server, four component technologies—virtual private network (VPN), DirectAccess, Routing, and Web Application Proxy—integrate into a single, unified server role called Remote Access.


Lessons

Overview of remote access options

Implement WAPPlan VPNs


Lab 1: Implement a Web Application Proxy

Implement Web Application Proxy

Validate a Web Application Proxy deployment


Lab 2: Implement a VPN

Implement VPN

Validate the VPN deployment

Troubleshoot VPN access


Module 7: Implement branch office networking

In this module, students learn several ways in which to use Windows Server to overcome the limitations of branch-office scenarios. They’ll learn about using Distributed File System (DFS) and Windows BranchCache.


Lessons

Networking features and considerations for branch offices

Implement DFSR

Implement BranchCahe for branch offices


Lab 1: Implement DFS for branch offices

Implement DFS

Validate the deployment


Lab 2: Implement Branch

Cache Implement Branch Cache

Validate the deployment


Module 8: Implement advanced networking

Windows Server includes advanced high-performance networking features, such as server message block (SMB) 3.1.1, Quality of Service (QoS) options, and several enhancements on the receiving end of network packet processing. Additionally, high-performance networking features are available to the Microsoft Hyper-V role and the virtual machines (VMs) that are running under Hyper V, such as expanded virtual-switch functionality and extensibility, single-root I/O virtualization (SR-IOV), dynamic virtual-machine queuing, and NIC Teaming for VMs.


In this module, you will learn how to deploy and configure advanced networking in Windows Server and the new Hyper-V networking features.


Lessons

Overview of high-performance networking features

Configure advanced Hyper-V networking features


Lab 1: Configure advanced Hyper-V networking features

Create and use Hyper-V virtual switches

Configure and use the advanced features of a virtual switch


Audience Profile

This course is for IT pros that have some networking knowledge and experience, and who are looking for a single course that provides insight into core and advanced Windows Server networking technologies. This audience typically includes network administrators and system and infrastructure administrators.


Prerequisites

Experience installing PC hardware and devices.Knowledge of the TCP/IP protocol stack, addressing, and name resolution.


Understanding of networking-infrastructure components, such as cabling, routers, hubs, and switches.


Familiarity with networking topologies and architectures, such as local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs), and wireless networking.

Knowledge of TCP/IP protocol stack, addressing, and name resolution.

Practical experience with Windows Server.

Practical experience with Windows Server Hyper-V.

Practical experience with Windows 10 or Windows 11.


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