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    Microsoft Windows Server 2003 - Implementing & Troubleshooting a Network Infrastructure Part 1

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    Video Title Minutes
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    00: Course Introduction 4
    01: Review of OSI Model 18
    02: Managing Servers for Remote Desktop for Administration 14
    02A: Working with the Network Monitor Demo 17
    03: Understanding IPv4 26
    04: Understanding IPv6 11
    05: Configuring Networks 22
    05A: Configuring TCP/IP Demo 25
    06: Understanding Name Resolution in Windows Server 2003 Networks 15
    06 A: Configuring Name Resolution Demo 17
    07: Deploying a DNS Server 19
    07A: Deploying DNS Server Demo 22
    08: Configuring DNS Client 11
    08A: Managing a DNS Client Cache Demo 18
    09: Installing a DHCP Server 11
    09A: Deploying DHCP Server Demo 19
    10: Configuring a DHCP Server 14
    10A: Post DHCP Installation Tasks Demo 12
    11: Course Summary 5
    Course Survey
    Total: 5 hours 0 minutes

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    Description

    In this Microsoft Server 2003 online training course, Part 1 of a three-part series, you will learn about the initial aspects of configuration of a Windows 2003 Server Infrastructure including OSI Model Review, Configuring Networks, Configuring Name Resolution and implementing a DHCP infrastructure. Microsoft Windows Server 2003-Implementing & Troubleshooting a Network Infrastructure Part 1 training will also focus on how to work with the network monitor, deploying DNS, configure IP address information manually, configure IP addressing automatically, troubleshooting IP addresses and monitoring an IP network.

    Once you have completed Microsoft Windows Server 2003-Implementing & Troubleshooting a Network Infrastructure Part 1 the next course in this series is Microsoft Windows Server 2003-Implementing & Troubleshooting a Network Infrastructure Part 2. In part 2 your skills will be expanded to include how to configure and maintain routing, implementing and troubleshooting IIS, deploying IPSec, configuring wireless networks and implementing and troubleshooting NAT. Click here to learn more about Microsoft Windows Server 2003-Implementing & Troubleshooting a Network Infrastructure Part 2.

    Prerequisites

    You need to have equivalent experience or have taken the following GogoTraining courses:

    Objectives

    As a result of taking this online training course, you will be able to:

    • Describe the OSI model and how it compares to TCP/IP
    • Use the Network Monitor to capture network traffic and examine it
    • Deploy DNS and configure it in a Windows Server 2003 Active Directory
    • Configure a DHCP Infrastructure
    • Identify and manage name resolution in Windows Server 2003

    Related Training

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    Prerequisites

    You need to have equivalent experience or have taken the following GogoTraining courses:

    Microsoft Windows Server 2003 - Implementing & Troubleshooting a Network Infrastructure Part 1 Outline

    Module 00: Microsoft Windows Server 2003-Implementing & Troubleshooting a Network Infrastructure Part 1 Online Training - Course Introduction

    Module 01: Review of OSI Model

    • What is the OSI Model?
    • Different Layers of the OSI Model
    • Network Communications defined by the OSI Model
    • Devices defined at each level of the OSI Model
    • TCP/IP Architecture

     

    Module 02: Managing Servers for Remote Desktop for Administration

    • What is Ping?
    • ARP
    • ARP Resolution
    • Network Monitor 3.1
    • Installation of Network Monitor 3.1
    • Lab Exercises

    Module 02A: Working with the Network Monitor Demo

    Module 03: Understanding IPv4

    • TCP/IP Configuration
    • Subnet Masks Defined
    • Different Types of IPv4 Addresses
    • Address Blocks and Subnet Masks
    • Calculating Hosts and Network ID's
    • Lab Exercise

    Module 04: Understanding IPv6

    • IPv6 Addresses
    • Structure of IPv6 Addresses
    • IPv6 Address Types
    • States of IPv6 Address
    • IPv6 over IPv4 Technologies

    Module 05: Configuring Networks

    • TCP/IP Network Layers
    • Network Connections Configuration
    • Default Components of Network
    • Manual Configure IPv4
    • Automatic IPv4
    • Troubleshooting IPv4
    • Lab Exercise

    Module 05A: Configuring TCP/IP Demo

    Module 06: Understanding Name Resolution in Windows Server 2003 Networks

    • Name Resolution
    • NetBIOS
    • WINS
    • DNS
    • DNS Queries
    • Lab Exercise

    Module 06A: Configuring Name Resolution Demo

    Module 07: Deploying a DNS Server

    • DNS in Active Directory
    • Deploying DNS Server
    • Configuring DNS Properties
    • Forward Zones and Reverse Lookup Zones
    • Cache Zones and Stub Zones
    • Lab Exercise

    Module 07A: Deploying DNS Server Demo

    Module 08: Configuring DNS Client

    • Configuring Client for DNS
    • Computer Name and DNS Suffixes
    • Configuring Suffixes
    • Configuring Host Records
    • Troubleshooting Client DNS Configuration
    • Lab Exercise

    Module 08A: Managing a DNS Client Cache Demo

    Module 09: Installing a DHCP Server

    • Understanding DHCP Address Assignment
    • Address Leases
    • DHCP Scope Options
    • DHCP Installation
    • DHCP Configuration
    • DHCP Scopes
    • Lab Exercise

    Module 09A: Deploying DHCP Server Demo

    Module 10: Configuring a DHCP Server

    • Post Installation Tasks
    • Address Exclusions
    • Reservations
    • Scope Properties Adjustment
    • DHCP User Classes and Vendor Classes
    • Lab Exercises

    Module 10A: Post DHCP Installation Tasks Demo

    • Computer Account Problems
    • Rules for Troubleshooting Computer Accounts

    Module 11: Microsoft Windows Server 2003-Implementing & Troubleshooting a Network Infrastructure Part 1 Online Training - Course Summary

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    Important Links

    • Course Survey
    • Microsoft Exam Requirements
    • Exam Location and Pricing

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    System Requirements

    Hardware:
    • For an X86-based Computer:
    o 1 or more processors with minimum speed of 550 MHz. The minimum supported speed is 133 MHz and a maximum of 4 processors/computer.
    o Minimum of 256 MB of RAM
    o 1.25 GB-2GB hard disk
    • For an 64-based Computer:
    o 1 or more processors with minimum speed of 1.4 GHZ. There is a maximum of 4 processors/computer.
    o Minimum of512 MB of RAM
    o 4 GB hard disk
    • For CD-ROM Installation: a CD-ROM or DVD drive
    • For Network Installation
    o 1 or more network adapters with related cables
    o A server from which to offer network access for the Setup files.

    Software:
    • Windows Server 2003 R2

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    Certification

    Implementing & Troubleshooting a Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure Part 1 is part of a three-course online training series that prepares you to take Microsoft's Exams 70-291 and 70-293. The course maps to Microsoft's official curriculum 2277 and 2278, and is the fourth course in our series towards the MCSE certification for Windows Server 2003. To earn the MCSE certification, you must pass seven exams (in any order):

    • Four exams on networking systems
    • One exam on client operating systems
    • One exam on design
    • One elective exam

    For more information about the exam requirements or locations and pricing, select the links located in the related training section for this course.

     

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