Windows 2003 Servers for implementing TCP/IP network services and security policies Course Description:

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Windows 2003 Servers for implementing TCP/IP network services and security
policies


Course Description:

This course introduces the participant to the concepts and skills for using Windows 2003
servers to implement various TCP/IP network service and securi
ty policies
. This course
also helps the participants to prepare for the relevant MCSA/MCSE certification
examinations. The course emphasize hand
-
on practice, the entire course is conducted in
computer laboratory with a 1 to 1 student
-
computer ratio.


Aim
(s) & Objective(s):

The main objective is to equip participants with practical concepts/skills in using Windows
2003 servers.


Prerequisite Knowledge Required:

Basic computer knowledge and networking concepts.


Targeted Participants:

It can be taken by som
eone who would like to embark on a career in networks and systems
administration/support.


Details Contents



Introduction to Windows 2003 servers



NTFS file security; administration,
monitoring and management tools.



Using Windows 2003 servers to implement

the following:



DNS



configure DNS servers, create DNS domain, maintaining/updating/transferring
DNS zones



DHCP



configure DHCP servers, create DHCP scope and various DHCP options



WINS



configure WINS servers, maintain/update/transfer WINS records.



N
AT & software router


configure Network Address Translation (NAT) service and
simple IP routing with Windows servers



IIS & FTP servers



configure http and ftp services.



Domain & Active Directory


configure domain controller and directory structure,
crea
te OUs and delegation of controls.



Group Policies


create and implement security policies with Active Directory.

Date & Time:

6:30 to 9:30 PM on

3 July, 5 July, 8 July, 10 July and 12 July

Duration:


15 hours

Venue:


A204, Network Technology Centre

Medi
um:

Cantonese, supplemented with English

Fee:

HK$1000 (course fee include brief laboratory exercise sheets but does
not

include any MCSE study guide/book)

No. of Participants:
max 20 participants in each class

Closing Date for Enrolment:
27 June 2003

In
troduction to Networking Technology


Course Description:

This short course provides introduction knowledge, concepts and skills in inter
-
network
technology.


Course Aims & Objectives:

1.

To introduce participants to common basic inter
-
networking devices: r
outers,
switches, hubs and repeaters.

2.

To allow participants to acquire skills to install, configure, and operate simple a routed
LAN.

3.

To partially prepare participants for the CCNA examinations.


Prerequisite Knowledge Required:

Basic data communication k
nowledge.


Targeted Participants:

1.

For TC Higher Certificate in “Electronic and Communications Engineering” graduates
who want to enroll on the part
-
time HKIVE Higher Diploma in “Telecommunications
and Networking” programme.

2.

For technicians who want to expl
ore the inter
-
networking field.


Detail Content
s



Introduction


OSI model, industry standards, network topologies, IP addressing,
subnet and subnet masking, network components, basic network design.



Routers and routing protocols


router components, rout
er startup & setup, router
configuration, Cisco IOS, routing protocols, interior gateway routing protocol (IGRP),
routing information protocol (RIP).



LAN


LAN switching and virtual LANs.



Access


access control list.


Date & Time:

4
-
August to 15
-
Augus
t on every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and
Friday evening, and Saturday evening on 9
-
August; (6:30 to 9:30pm)

Duration:


27 hours (2 weeks)

Venue:


A204, Network Technology Centre

Medium:

Cantonese, supplemented with English

Fee:


HK$ 1,150*

No. of Parti
cipants:
22

Closing Date for Enrolment:
28 July 2003


* subjected to VTC approval

Advanced Networking Technology


Course Description:

This short course provides a comprehensive discussion and hands
-
on
practice on routing, switching, wide area network int
erfaces and connectivity. Basic
network management concepts will also be addressed.


Course Aims & Objectives:

provide the knowledge and skills required for networking technicians/engineers.


Prerequisite Knowledge Required:

“Introduction to Networking Te
chnology” or CCNA
certificate or HKIVE Diploma in “Telecommunications Engineering” or equivalent.


Targeted Participants:

1.

For HKIVE Diploma in “Telecommunications Engineering” graduates. TC Higher Certificate in
“Electronic and Communications Engineering”
graduates who want to enroll on the part
-
time
HKIVE Higher Diploma in “Telecommunications and Networking” programme.

2.

For HKIVE Diploma in “Telecommunications Engineering” graduates who want to seek direct
entry to the final year of the full
-
time HKIVE High
er Diploma in “Telecommunications and
Networking” programme. (Note: only a limited number of study places are available)

3.

For HKIVE Higher Diploma in “Telecommunications Engineering” graduates and networking
technicians/engineers who had already obtained t
he CCNA certificate and want to further their
knowledge and hands
-
on experience in the networking field to prepare themselves for the CCNP
examinations.


Detail Contents



Introduction


scalable network, classless Internet domain routing (CIDR), route aggre
gation /
summarization, various length subnet mask (VLSM), network address translation (NAT), IP unnumbered,
dynamic host configuration protocol (DHCP), domain name service (DNS).



Advanced routing


routing review, enhanced interior gateway routing protoc
ol (EIGRP), open shortest path
first (OSPF).



Wide area network


point
-
to
-
point protocol (PPP), modems and asynchronous line connections, integrated
services digital network (ISDN), frame relay.



Switching concepts


virtual LANs (VLANs), VLANs trunking pro
tocol (VTP), multi
-
layer switching
(MLS), spanning tree protocol.



Network management


simple network management protocol (SNMP), remote monitoring (RMON),
management information base (MIB).


Date & Time:

18
-
August to 13
-
September on every Monday, Tuesday
, Thursday, and
Friday Evening; (6:30 to 9:30pm)

Duration:


45 hours (4 weeks)

Venue:


A204, Network Technology Centre

Medium:

Cantonese, supplemented with English

Fee:


HK$1,850*

No. of Participants:
24

Closing Date for Enrolment:
11 August 2003


* sub
jected to VTC approval


Information Systems Security for CISSP Exam Preparation


Course Description:

This course prepares the participant with the skill and knowledge to
sit for exam CISSP. This short course provides a comprehensive review discussing the
entire information system security common body of knowledge. The benefit of the review
short course is to help the individual prepare for the exam. However, it also serves as a
very good learning tool for concepts and topics, known as the Common Body of
Kn
owledge (CBK), related to all aspects of information systems security.


Course Aim(s) & Objective(s):

1.

To equip participants with a sound knowledge in information
s
ecurity.

2.

To help participants to become familiarized with the CISSP examination.

Prerequisite

Knowledge Required:

Basic computer knowledge and networking concepts.


Targeted Participants:

It can be taken by someone who would like to embark on a career
in the information security field, or someone who like to have a practical “refresher” course
bef
ore taking the CISSP certification examination.


Detailed Contents:

Based on the CBK proposed by(ISC)2



Security Management Practices



Security Architecture and Models



Access Control Systems and Methodology



Application Development



Operations



Physical S
ecurity



Cryptography



Telecommunications, Network, and Internet Security.



Business Continuity Planning



Law, Investigations, and Ethics


Date & Time:

15
-
July to 2
-
Aug on every Tue, Thu (6:30pm to 9:30pm) and Sat
Evening (5:30 to 9:30pm)

Duration:


30 hou
rs (3 weeks)

Venue:


Network Technology Centre

Medium:

Cantonese, supplemented with English

Fee:


HK$1,700*

No. of Participants:
15

Closing Date for Enrolment:
5 July 2003


* subjected to VTC approval
Implementing SIP IP Phone System


Course Description
:

This course prepares participants with skill and knowledge to
implement an IP phone system using open software VOCAL running on Linux platform.
This short course provides a basic introduction to IP phones using SIP protocols which is a
low cost, light
-
we
ight solution to implement a phone system using your organisation’s
network and the Internet. Open system software and free software are used both for the
servers and the user agents.

Course Aim(s) & Objective(s):

1.

To equip participants with a good practica
l skill in configuring the VOCAL IP Phone
system.

2.

To equip participants with practical skill in setting up users account, user agents,
administrator accounts and technician accounts with the VOCAL system.

3.

To equip participants with knowledge and skills in
taking measurement of IP phone
performance parameter using network analyser tools.


Prerequisite Knowledge Required:

Basic computer knowledge and networking concepts.


Targeted Participants:

It can be taken by someone who are interested in deploying a low
cost, highly performance IP phone systems that integrates with existing data network and
the Internet.


Details Contents



Linux RedHat Operating System


Installation of RedHat 7.3 for Vocal System.



VOCAL SIP IP Phone system


Introduction to basic IP phon
e concepts and the
comparison of H.323 and SIP protocols.



S
e
tting up of proxy server in VOCAL System


Installation of VOCAL system
software for all
-
in
-
one version proxy server.



Configure the VOCAL System


Configure the system for users, administrators a
nd
technicians.



Measurement


Measure the performance parameters i.e. delay, delay jitter and noise
levels of the system using software network analyser.


Date & Time:

19
-
August to 28
-
Aug on every Tue, Thu (6:30pm to 9:30pm)

Duration:


12 hours (4 eve
nings)

Venue:


A204, Network Technology Centre

Medium:

Cantonese, supplemented with English

Fee:


HK$950*

No. of Participants:
15

Closing Date for Enrolment:
15 July 2003


* subjected to VTC approval


Introduction to Embedded Linux

Course Description:

This course provides an intr
o
ductory training for people who want
s

to get a hands
-
on

experience on embedded Linux. Attendees will use a 68VZ328
evaluation board to learn

how to develop and debug Linux applications based on open
source development tools, su
ch

as, gcc toolchain and uClinux development environment.


Prerequisites:



To provide an understanding of development tools for Linux



To provide a brief overview of embedded Linux architecture



To provide a practical view of embedded Linux system design



To p
rovide a hands
-
on experience in developing Linux application software


Course Length:

2
4 hrs


Course o
utline:



Introduction to Embedded Linux



Target and Host



Debugging Techniques



Kernel Overview and Device Driver



User space applications designed for embedde
d system



User Interface design


Date & Time:

14
-
July to 8
-
Aug on every Mon, Fri (6:30pm to 9:30pm)

Duration:


24 hours (8 evenings)

Venue:


B314 Lab

Medium:

Cantonese, supplemented with English

Fee:


HK$2,000*

No. of Participants:
20

Closing Date for
Enrolment:
5 July 2003


This course is supported by CWLinux Ltd. for its training materials and development
system.


* subjected to VTC approval

Installing Network Cabling Systems and Management


Course Description:

This course provides a unique opportuni
ty for data network installers
to learn the latest installing and terminating techniques in data network cabling.

As the
speed of network operation increase, cabling installation skills must keep pace to avoid a
tangle of complex network cabling problems.

The course is about 80% hands
-
on. Network
cable system performance testing tools will also be introduced during the workshops. It
will equip participants with the skills on the installation and termination know
-
how to
enhance network cabling systems quali
ty.


Course Aims & Objectives:

1.

To equip participants with a solid knowledge on networking cabling technology.

2.

To help participants to acquire skills in terminating an assortment of copper and fiber
cables used in the enterprise network environment.



Pre
requisite Knowledge Required:

Basic local area network concepts and related
networking knowledge.


Targeted Participants:

It can be taken by anyone who would like to acquire a concrete
knowledge and skills in network cabling.



Duration:

15 hours



Session
1


Lecture

:
Industry Standards, copper cable

technology
,
Fiber cable
technology
,
Installation
,
Performance parameters
,
Connectors and interconnect
,
hardware
,
Documenting and Administrating the installation



Session 2


Workshop :Terminate copper cable t
ypes



Session 3


Workshop : Terminate optical cable types


1



Session 4


Workshop : Terminate optical cable types
-

2



Session 5


Workshop : Using network cable systems testing tools, cable system
troubleshooting


Date & Time:


16
-
July to 30
-
July on ever
y Wed, Saturday evening (6:30 to 9:30pm)

Duration:


15 hours (2.5 weeks)

Medium:

Cantonese, supplemented with English

Fee:


HK$ 1,100*

No. of Participants:
16;



Closing Date for Enrolment:
5 July 2003


* subjected to VTC approval





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