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Managing Win2K3 Network Infrastructure

with expert Rafiq Wayani


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Release date Release date 8/31/2007
Level Level Intermediate
Runtime Runtime 6h 57m
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Course description

Implementing, Managing, and Maintaining a Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure course will give you the knowledge and skills necessary to prepare to pass Microsoft exam 70-291. This course is intended for individuals pursuing the MCSA or MCSE on Windows Server 2003 certification.

Meet the expert

Rafiq Wayani Rafiq Wayani has extensive experience including more than 20 years in IT as Systems Architect, Software Engineer, DBA, and Project Manager. Wayani has instructed in a variety of technical areas, has designed and implemented network and information systems, and is certified across a wide range of platforms and systems including Microsoft Solutions Developer, Systems Engineer, Application Developer, Database Administrator, Trainer; Novell Netware Administrator and Engineer; Master Certified Netware Engineer; and A Certified.


Course outline



Module 1

IP Definition - Part 1 (31:09)
  • Introduction (00:41)
  • OSI Model - Overview (01:36)
  • Layers of the OSI Model (05:52)
  • OSI Model - Network Devices (02:37)
  • Mapping TCP/IP to OSI Model (02:46)
  • Request for Comment (RFC) (02:14)
  • TCP/IP Addressing Overview (01:16)
  • Binary/Hexadecimal Numbers (00:28)
  • Binary Numbers Example (05:02)
  • Hexadecimal Numbers (03:31)
  • Convert Binary and Hex (04:38)
  • Summary (00:24)
IP Definition - Part 2 (31:01)
  • Introduction (00:30)
  • Addressing Description (01:54)
  • IP Addressing Explained (02:03)
  • Octets and CIDR (04:07)
  • Subnetting Explained (09:12)
  • Class C Network Addresses (04:30)
  • Class C Subnetting Example (04:43)
  • TCP/IP Address Classes (03:42)
  • Summary (00:16)

Module 2

IP Communications - Part 1 (22:12)
  • Introduction (01:29)
  • Within One Network (01:45)
  • ARP Demo (04:03)
  • Between Networks (03:09)
  • Routers (03:47)
  • Static and Dynamic Routing (04:19)
  • ROUTE Utility (03:22)
  • Summary (00:13)
IP Communications - Part 2 (28:25)
  • Introduction (00:50)
  • Public and Private (01:22)
  • Reserved Private IP Addresses (02:40)
  • VLSM (01:59)
  • Subnet Mask Demo (06:09)
  • CIDR / Supernetting (02:41)
  • Network Before CIDR Demo (04:20)
  • Network After CIDR Demo (08:01)
  • Summary (00:20)
IP Communications - Part 3 (28:52)
  • Introduction (00:53)
  • IPv6 (02:32)
  • Clients (01:42)
  • Assign a Dynamic IP Address (02:31)
  • Using IPConfig (01:01)
  • Alternate Configuration (03:43)
  • Configure Advanced Settings (00:20)
  • Assign a Static IP Address (01:51)
  • APIPA (01:04)
  • DHCP Process (01:46)
  • DHCP Server (01:03)
  • Create/Config DHCP Server (00:20)
  • Create a Scope (02:38)
  • Configure Client (01:05)
  • Create a Reservation (02:44)
  • Handle Multiple DHCP Servers (03:17)
  • Summary (00:14)

Module 3

Routing (54:11)
  • Introduction (00:45)
  • Routing (04:26)
  • Types of Routers (01:36)
  • Components of Routing (01:06)
  • Interfaces (00:56)
  • Protocols (01:52)
  • Implement Routing (02:24)
  • Calculate Hosts/Ranges (06:54)
  • Create New DHCP Scope (01:39)
  • Test the New Scope (02:22)
  • Create a Second Subnet (02:32)
  • Create Another DHCP Scope (02:16)
  • Enable LAN Routing (01:29)
  • Enable RRAS (02:36)
  • Connect to Another Subnet (05:04)
  • Switches (01:21)
  • Benefits of Switches (01:59)
  • Virtual LANs (03:35)
  • Virtual LANs - Benefits (02:54)
  • Virtual LANs - Membership (03:33)
  • Increasing Bandwidth (02:14)
  • Summary (00:28)

Module 4

DHCP - Part 1 (30:56)
  • Introduction (01:26)
  • DHCP Overview (00:56)
  • Config IP Address Manually (01:22)
  • Config IP Address Dynamically (01:17)
  • Central Admin of IP Addresses (02:10)
  • Lease Generation Process (01:32)
  • Lease Renewal Process (01:50)
  • Create DHCP Role on Server (03:25)
  • Configure DHCP on Client (01:53)
  • Configure DHCP Scope (03:07)
  • Create a DHCP Server Scope (04:17)
  • Authorize the DHCP Server (00:26)
  • Client Obtains IP Address (02:44)
  • Create a DHCP Reservation (04:08)
  • Summary (00:15)
DHCP - Part 2 (47:16)
  • Introduction (00:30)
  • Class-Level Options (02:23)
  • Config Vendor/User Classes (02:38)
  • Relay Agent (00:57)
  • Ways to Implement DHCP (01:51)
  • Fault Tolerance (01:20)
  • Relay Agent Process (02:54)
  • Install/Setup a Relay Agent (02:12)
  • Configure a Relay Agent (02:31)
  • Manage/Monitor (01:45)
  • Reasons to Monitor (06:23)
  • DHCP Database (03:48)
  • Database Files (03:32)
  • Backup / Restore (01:29)
  • Maintenance Guidelines (02:36)
  • Location of Database Files (02:36)
  • Backup/Restore Demo (05:54)
  • Select Backup Location (01:33)
  • Summary (00:16)

Module 5

DHCP - Part 3 (44:14)
  • Introduction (00:26)
  • Reconciliation (02:23)
  • Reconcile the Scope (01:13)
  • DHCP Registry Keys (00:34)
  • Rename dhcp.mdb (02:54)
  • Backup Registry Configuration (02:01)
  • Cautions with Registry Keys (03:06)
  • Create a Performance Baseline (02:36)
  • Reasons to Monitor (01:22)
  • How to Monitor (00:46)
  • View DHCP Server Statistics (02:28)
  • View DHCP Server Log File (05:30)
  • Auditing (01:43)
  • Auditing Data Collection (04:56)
  • Performance (01:26)
  • Performance Counter Demo (01:25)
  • Create an Alert (01:51)
  • Examine the Event Viewer (01:52)
  • Monitoring Guidelines (05:16)
  • Summary (00:16)
Name Resolution - Part 1 (34:04)
  • Introduction (00:34)
  • Name Resolution (02:47)
  • Characteristics (03:06)
  • Host Names (01:35)
  • Host Name Characteristics (03:13)
  • Resolve IP Address with Hosts File (09:13)
  • NetBIOS Names (00:46)
  • NetBIOS Characteristics (01:19)
  • WINS Server (03:34)
  • WINS Server Console (01:20)
  • LMHosts File (01:54)
  • Name Resolution Precedence (03:14)
  • NetBIOS Utility (00:36)
  • NetBIOS Local Broadcasts (00:32)
  • Summary (00:15)

Module 6

Name Resolution - Part 2 (12:29)
  • Introduction (00:26)
  • Client Resolver Cache (01:40)
  • ipconfig /displaydns (03:12)
  • ipconfig /flushdns (00:25)
  • Resolver Cache Issues (06:23)
  • Summary (00:20)
Network Access - Part 1 (23:51)
  • Introduction (00:31)
  • Components (04:26)
  • Server (00:11)
  • Requirements (01:13)
  • Types of Clients (03:07)
  • Security (02:29)
  • Setup Remote Access (01:16)
  • Manage Users Permissions (02:10)
  • Config Routing/Remote Access (03:47)
  • Connect through VPN (02:05)
  • Connect as a Client (00:46)
  • Failed Connect Attempt (01:31)
  • Summary (00:13)
Network Access - Part 2 (29:10)
  • Introduction (00:27)
  • VPN Connection (00:35)
  • Connection Process (01:28)
  • Components (01:39)
  • Encryption Protocols (00:18)
  • Encryption Requirements (03:23)
  • Wireless (00:54)
  • Two Modes for Wireless (01:13)
  • Wireless Components (01:27)
  • Wireless Standards (02:21)
  • 802.1x Authentication (01:01)
  • Win XP Client Config Types (01:01)
  • Determine Auth. Methods (01:25)
  • Dial-In Permissions (01:03)
  • Permissions (00:32)
  • Remote Access Policy (00:36)
  • Specify RA Policies (03:12)
  • Configure RA Logging (01:02)
  • Dial-In Perm./Properties (02:44)
  • Raise Domain/Forest Levels (02:20)
  • Summary (00:19)