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TCP/IP Services for OpenVMS TR-1SL204-VMS
Price: $4,000 / 5 days
Format: Lecture Lab
Course Description:
This course is designed for computer professionals who need to understand and administer the TCP/IP environment in OpenVMS. This course provides information and experience to function in a networked environment that is focused on TCP/IP protocols. This course does not cover network internals. HP Course ID: u3728S
Audience:
OpenVMS System Managers and Network Administrators who need to understand and administer the TCP/IP environment within OpenVMS.
Prerequisites:
The students should be familiar with general networking concepts and have system management experience with OpenVMS.
Course Objectives:

Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:
- Describe TCP/IP as implemented on OpenVMS
- Understand IP addresses and masks
- Use TCP/IP for OpenVMS user and management commands
- Install and configure TCP/IP Services for OpenVMS
- Manage NFS on an OpenVMS system
- Configure and troubleshoot static and dynamic routing
- Configure failSAFE IP for IP Adress failover in the event of NIC faliure
- Manage BIND on an OpenVMS system
- Configure SSH, Manage SSH service and customize the SSH run-time environment
- Understand BOOTP, DHCP, NTP, SNMP, and SMTP
- Configure remote printing
- Troubleshoot TCP/IP Services for OpenVMS
- Present IPv6 concepts

Course Outline:

Network Overview
- TCP/IP Services for OpenVMS
- Network Concepts
- Protocol Stack
- IP Addresses (IPv4)
- IPv4 Subnet Masks
- Class C Network with Subnets

Installing and Configuring TCP/IP Services
- Before Installation
- Installation
- After the Installation
- Configuration
- Automatic Startup and Shutdown of TCP/IP Services
- Startup and Shutdown of Individual Services
- Configuring DECnet over IP

TCP/IP Commands
- User Services
- Management Examples
- Modifying Subsystem Attributes in SYSCONFIGTAB.DAT

Scaleable Kernel
- Architecture of the TCP/IP Kernel
- TCP/IP Thread Contexts
- Introducing Parallelism into the TCP/IP Kernel
- Tracking a Write Operation
- Types of Kernel Request Packets (KRPs)
- Measuring Throughput
- Scalable Kernel Performance Tests
- Enabling the Scalable Kernel for TCP/IP
- Other Performance Enhancements

Protocols
- Data Link Protocol
- Protocol Headers
- IP Header
- TCP Header
- Network Standards
- Using the Protocol Stack
- Internet Protocol Suite

Network File System (NFS)
- NFS Concepts
- NFS Implementation
- NFS Server File Systems
- NFS SERVER Configuration
- NFS Server Administration
- NFS Client Configuration

Serial Lines
- Serial Connections
- SLIP Encapsulation
- PPP Encapsulation
- PPP Configuration
- Setting Up SLIP

Routing
- Routing Concepts
- Static Routing
- Dynamic Routing
- Routing Daemon (ROUTED
- Gateway Routing Daemon (GATED)
- Configuring Routing Examples

FailSAFE IP
- Overview
- Comparing High Availability Technologies
- IP Cluster Alias
- DNS Alias with Loadbroker and Metric Server
- Introduction to failSAFE IP
- failSAFE IP Configuration Requirements
- failSAFE IP Service ñ Interface Health Monitor
- Configuring failSAFE IP Service
- Detectable Failures
- Management Utilities
- Home Interfaces
- Site Specific Customisation of failSAFE IP
- Static and Dynamic Routing
- Best Practices
- Validating failSAFE IP
- Avoiding Phantom Faliures

DNS and BIND
- Domain Name Service (DNS)
- DNS History
- DNS Server
- DNS Daemon Processes
- Resolver Example
- Resolver Configuration
- NSLOOKUP
- DIG
- DIG Example
- BIND Master Server Setup
- Cluster Load Balancing

SSH
- SSH Implementation on OpenVMS
- SSH Capabilities
- SSH Components
- SSH Server
- SSH Client
- Authentication Methods
- Introduction to Keys
- Key Generation
- Managing User Key
- SSH Client/Server communication Process
- Host Authentication
- User Authentication
- Configuring SSH
- Customizing the user environment
- Customizing Password Authentication
- Customizing Public Key Authentication
- Customizing Host-based Authentication
- Port Forwarding
- Managing SSH

Bootstrap Protocol (BOOTP)
- BOOTP (Bootstrap Protocol)
- BOOTP Server
- BOOTP Data File Configuration
- BOOTP Example with a Trace

Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
- DHCP Concepts and Operation
- DHCP Configuration
- GUI Examples
- DHCP Cluster Failover Support
- DHCP Dynamic DNS Updates
- DHCP Client Setup

Network Time Protocol (NTP)
- NTP and Time Synchronization
- Configuration Modes
- NTP Support Files
- NTP Utilities

Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)
- Agents (Servers) and Management Stations (Clients)
- SNMP Communication
- Log Files and Command Procedures
- Changing Default Configuration
- MIB

Remote Printing
- Remote Printing Options
- LPR/LPD
- Configuring a Printer
- TCPTRACE
- Printer Access Control
- TELNETSYM

Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
- SMTP Concepts
- SMTP Implementation
- IMAP Server Concepts
- IMAP Implementation
- Post Office Protocol (POP)
- Mail Addresses
- Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (MIME)
- Summary of SMTP Management Commands
- SMTP Configuration
- SPAM and SMTP AntiSPAM

Troubleshooting
- General Troubleshooting
- Configuration Troubleshooting
- Network Troubleshooting
- Lower-Level Protocol Testing
- Network Interface Problems
- Connectivity
- Network Traffic Problems
- Performance Tuning

IPv6 Concepts
- The Need for IPv6
- IPv6 Terminology
- IPv6 Address Notation
- Types of IPv6 Addresses
- Global Unicast Address
- IPv6 Environment
- Configure IPv6

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