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Solaris 10 System Administration

Module 3

1) Introducing the TCP/IP Mode

Introducing Network Model Fundamentals

Network Protocols

Network Model Concepts

Introducing the Layers of the TCP/IP Model

Network Interface Layer

Internet Layer

Transport Layer

Appli
cation Layer

Describing Basic Peer
-
to
-
Peer Communication, Encapsulation, and Decapsulation

Peer
-
to
-
Peer Communication

Encapsulation and Decapsulation

TCP/IP Protocols


2) Introducing LANs and Their Components

Introducing Network Topologies

Bus Topologies





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S
tar Topologies

Ring Topologies

VLAN Topologies

Introducing LAN Media

IEEE Identifiers

IEEE 802.3 Types

Introducing Network Devices

Repeaters

Hubs

Bridges

Switches


3) Describing Ethernet Interfaces

Introducing Ethernet Concepts

Major Ethernet Elements

CSMA
/CD Access Method

Full
-
Duplex and Half
-
Duplex Mode

Ethernet Statistics

Introducing Ethernet Frames





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Ethernet Addresses

Setting a Local Ethernet Address

Ethernet
-
II Frame Analysis

Maximum Transmission Units

Ethernet Frame Errors

Using Network Utilities

Using

the
snoop

Utility

Using the
netstat

Command

Using the
ndd

Command



4) Describing ARP and RARP
Objectives

Introducing ARP

Purpose of ARP

Operation of ARP

Introducing RARP

Purpose of RARP

Operation of RARP


5) Configuring IP






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Introducing the Internet Layer
Protocols

Purpose of IP

Purpose of ICMP

Introducing the IP Datagram

IP Datagram Header Fields

IP Datagram Payload

Introducing IP Address Types

Unicast Addresses

Broadcast Addresses

Multicast Addresses

Introducing Subnetting and VLSM

Subnetting

Netmasks

Con
figuring the Netmask

The
/etc/inet/netmasks

File

VLSM

Introducing the Interface Configuration Files

The
/etc/hostname.
interface

File

The
/etc/inet/hosts

File

The
/etc/nodename

File

Administering Logical Interfaces





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Introducing Logical Interfaces

Configuring

Logical Interfaces

Unconfiguring Logical Interfaces


6) Configuring IP Network Multipathing

Increasing Network Availability

Limitations of Network Interfaces

Configuring IP Network Multipathing

Introducing IPMP

Probe
-
based IPMP Configuration

Configuring P
robe
-
based IPMP by Using Configuration Files

Configuring Probe
-
based IPMP on the Command Line

Link
-
based IPMP Configuration

Configuring Link
-
based IPMP by Using Configuration File

Configuring a Singleton IPMP Group

Viewing IPMP Operation

Troubleshooting an

IPMP Configuration


7) Configuring Routing

Identifying the Fundamentals of Routing





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Purpose of Routing

Types of Routes

Introducing the Routing Table

Static Routes

Dynamic Routes

Introducing Routing Protocol Types

Autonomous Systems

Interior Gateway Protoco
ls

Exterior Gateway Protocols

Working With the Routing Table

Displaying the Routing Table

Introducing Routing Table Information

Searching the Routing Table

Associating Names and Network Numbers

Configuring Static Routes

Configuring Static Direct Routes

Con
figuring the
/etc/defaultrouter

File

Configuring the
/etc/gateways

File

Configuring Static Routes on the Command Line

Configuring Dynamic Routing


RIP Version 1





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RIP Version 2

The
in.routed

Daemon

The RDISC Protocol


ICMP Redirects


Introducing CIDR

Purpose

of CIDR

Operation of CIDR


Configuring Routing at Boot Time

Initializing a Router

Configuring a Router Without Rebooting

Initializing a Multihomed Host

Initializing a Non
-
Route

Troubleshooting Routing

Troubleshooting the Router Configuration

Troubleshooti
ng Network Names

8) Configuring IPv6


Introducing IPv6

The Need for IPv6

Features of IPv6

Introducing IPv6 Addressing





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Address Types

IPv6 Address Representation

Format Prefixes

Introducing IPv6 Autoconfiguration

Stateful Autoconfiguration

Stateless Autoconf
iguration

Interface Identifier Calculation

Duplicate Address Detection

Introducing Unicast Address Types

Link
-
Local Addresses

Site
-
Local Addresses

Aggregatable Global
-
Unicast Addresses

Prefix Notation

Embedded IPv4 Addresses

Unspecified Address Types

Loopb
ack Address Types

Introducing Multicast Address Types

Purpose of Multicast Addresses

Scope Bits

ICMPv6 Group Membership

Enabling IPv6





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The
in.ndpd

Daemon on a Non
-
Router

Configuring IPv6 on Non
-
Routers

Troubleshooting a Non
-
Router Configuration

The
in.ndpd

Daemon on the Router

IPv6 Routing Information Protocol

Configuring an IPv6 Router

Configuring an IPv6 6to4 Router

Configuring a 6to4 Boundary Router

Troubleshooting a Router Configuration

Managing Ipv6

Displaying the State of IPv6 Interfaces

Configuring Lo
gical Interfaces

Troubleshooting IPv6 Interfaces

Displaying the IPv6 Routing Table



9) Describing the Transport Layer


Introducing Transport Layer Fundamentals

Protocol Characteristics

Transport Protocols in TCP/IP

Introducing UDP





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Purpose of UDP

UDP Datag
ram Header

Introducing TCP

TCP Segment Header

Virtual Circuit Connection

Full
-
Duplex Connection

Unstructured Stream Orientation

Buffered Transfer

Introducing TCP Flow Control

Receiver
-
Side Window Advertisements

Sender
-
Side Congestion Window

TCP Large Windo
w







10) Configuring DNS

Introducing DNS Basics





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BIND

Top
-
Level Domains

Zones of Authority

Server Types

Answer Types


Name
-
Resolution Process

Resource Records

Configuring a DNS Server

Gathering Information

Editing the BIND Configuration File

Editing the
named.root

File


Editing the Forward Domain File.


Editing the Reverse Domain File


Editing the Reverse Loopback Domain File


Configuring Dynamic Updates


Configuring Security


Configuring Secondary DNS Servers


Checking Configuration and Database Files

Co
nfiguring DNS Clients

Troubleshooting the DNS Server by Using Basic Utilities

Implementing
named

Logging





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Examining the
/var/adm/messages

File

Using the
dig

Utility

Dumping a Snapshot of the DNS Database by Using the
rndc

Utility

Forcing the
named

Daemon to
Reread the Configuration and Changed Zone Files


Managing a DNS Server by Using the
rndc

Utility


11) Configuring DHCP

Introducing the Fundamentals of DHCP

Purpose of DHCP

DHCP Client Functions

DHCP Server Functions

Configuring a DHCP Server

Configuring DH
CP by Using Different Methods

Performing Initial DHCP Server Configuration by Using the
dhcpmgr

Utility

Adding Addresses by Using the
dhcpmgr

Utility

Using the
dhcpconfig

Command

Introducing DHCP Network Files

Using the
pntadm

Command

Introducing the
dhcpt
ab

Table

Configuring and Managing DHCP Clients





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Configuring a DHCP Client

Troubleshooting a DHCP Server

Troubleshooting DHCP Clients


12) Configuring NTP

Identifying NTP Basics

How Computers Keep Time

Uses of NTP

NTP Terms

Configuring an NTP Server

Using an

Undisciplined Local Clock

Using External NTP Reference Servers

Managing Daemons

Determining NTP Peers

Configuring an NTP Client

Establishing Basic Configuration

Starting the NTP Client Daemon

Stopping the NTP Client Daemon

Troubleshooting NTP

Viewing Mess
ages





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Using the
snoop

Utility


13) Configuring the Solaris™ IP Filter Firewall

Identifying Firewall Basics

Configuring the Behavior of the Solaris IP Filter Firewall

Enabling Packet Filtering With the Solaris IP Filter Firewall

Configuring the Solaris IP Fi
lter Firewall Actions

Configuring Packet Direction

Configuring Filter Rules

Configuring Specific Matching

Changing and Updating the Solaris IP Filter Firewall Configuration

Viewing the Solaris IP Filter Firewall Configuration

Configuring Logging in the Sol
aris IP Filter Firewall