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IBM AIX Unix Training Course on CBT CD for Network Administrators

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Training Course  Includes the Following:
Multi Media CBT CD Multi Media Training on CD
IBM AIX Unix Simulated exercises Interactive Lab Simulated Exercises
AIX Review Questions Review Questions
Training Time Over 12 Hours of Training
Requirement - This course requires an older Java Runtime Version 1.4X. The Download of Java Runtime 1.4x is available from our web site (Java Runtime 1.4x). Not Compatible with Windows 7 or Vista. Can view with Windows XP Only
Part 1 Unix : Basic Administration Course

In this course, you will learn about installing and setting up an IBM/AIX  system. You will learn about system administration. Finally, you will learn  about methods for optimizing the system.
Learn To:

  • Identify the features of AIX and RS/6000.
  • Identify the functions of the AIX system administrator.
  • Identify the hardware requirements for the installation of AIX 4.3.
  • Identify types of files on AIX.
  • Identify the commands used to manage groups with WSM and SMIT.
  • Identify the commands used to manage groups with the command-line interface  (CLI).
  • Identify the commands used in the error-logging process.
  • Identify the reasons for continuous AIX performance monitoring.
  • Identify CLI commands that are available for performance monitoring.

Total Training Time: 6 - 8 Hour(s)
Audience

The audience would typically be using Unix as an operating system for multiple tasks. Examples of such tasks would be managing files, printing, running applications, programming, database administration etc.

Course Contents Part 1
Unit 1: Installation and Startup: Duration: 2 - 3 Hour(s)

  • Identify the features of AIX and RS/6000.
  • Identify the functions of the AIX system administrator.
  • Identify the hardware requirements for the installation of AIX 4.3.
  • Identify the procedure for installing AIX.
  • Identify the post-installation procedures for AIX.
  • Identify the steps of the boot process of an AIX system.
  • Identify the modes of operation of an RS/6000 system.
  • Identify the startup events of an AIX system.
  • Shut down an AIX system.
  • Identify the commands related to creating a tape boot image.
  • Identify the features of Web-based System Manager (WSM).
  • Identify the features of System Management Interface Tool (SMIT).
  • Manage additional software installations with WSM.
  • Identify the AIX Help options.

Unit 2: System Administration: Duration: 2 - 3 Hour(s)

  • Manage users with WSM and SMIT.
  • Manage users with the command-line interface (CLI).
  • Identify types of files on AIX.
  • Identify the commands used to manage groups with WSM and SMIT.
  • Identify the commands used to manage groups with the command-line interface  (CLI).
  • Identify the features of the Logical Volume Manager (LVM).
  • Identify the types of AIX file systems.
  • Identify the AIX CLI commands that can be used to manage a file system.
  • Identify the features of the SMIT and WSM filesystem managers.
  • Mount a file system by using the command-line interface (CLI).
  • Modify a file system.
  • Identify the features of disk mirroring.
  • Identify the standard AIX permission bits.
  • Identify the features of access control lists (ACLs).
  • Identify AIX roles.
  • Identify types of backup media.
  • Identify backup command-line interface (CLI) commands.
  • Identify the procedure for using the mksysb system backup command.
  • Identify the procedures for restoring files from a system backup.
  • Identify the guidelines for recovering from a disaster.

Unit 3: System Resources: Duration: 2 Hour(s)

  • Track the status of active processes.
  • Schedule processes with the command-line interface (CLI).
  • Identify the commands used in the error-logging process.
  • Identify the reasons for continuous AIX performance monitoring.
  • Identify CLI commands that are available for performance monitoring.
  • Identify the guidelines for achieving optimal system performance.
  • Identify the features of AIX system devices and drivers.
  • Identify the procedure for configuring devices.
  • Identify the features of the performance diagnostic tool (PDT).
  • Perform system tuning operations.
  • Identify the features of the Object Data Manager (ODM).

Part 2 Unix: Network Administration Training Course
This course covers all the UNIX implementation tracks aimed at a system  administrator and the following job roles, Application Developer, Technical  Manager, System Analyst, System Administrator, Software Engineer, Database  Administrator, Help Desk/Support, End User.

Learn To:

  • Identify the features of the print queue process on AIX.
  • Identify the command-line interface (CLI) commands that are available to  manage printing on AIX.
  • Identify the functions of tty terminals on AIX.
  • Identify network configuration options.
  • Identify the features of Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol  (TCP/IP) addressing.
  • Identify the features of Serial Line Interface Protocol (SLIP).
  • Identify the features of Unix-to-Unix Communications Protocol (UUCP).
  • Identify the features of File Transfer Protocol (FTP).
  • Identify the Basic Network Utilities (BNU) options.

Total Training Time: 6 - 8 Hour(s)
Audience

The Audience Profiles associated with this Course are aimed at an end user and the other covering all the UNIX implementation tracks aimed at a system administrator. Typical job descriptions would be: Application Developer, Technical Manager, System Analyst, System Administrator, Software Engineer, Database Administrator, Help Desk/Support

Course Contents
Unit 1: Printers and Terminals: Duration: 2 - 3 Hour(s)

  • Identify the features of the print queue process on AIX.
  • Add a printer by using Web-based System Manager (WSM).
  • Add a printer by using System Management Interface Tool (SMIT).
  • Manage print queue jobs by using Web-Based System Management (WSM).
  • Identify the command-line interface (CLI) commands that are available to  manage printing on AIX.
  • Identify the functions of tty terminals on AIX.
  • Identify the serial device settings that can be configured with SMIT and  WSM.
  • Configure an AIX terminal.
  • Identify management options for the CDE and X-windows.

Unit 2: Network Connections: Duration: 2 - 3 Hour(s)

  • Identify network configuration options.
  • Set up a network by using System Management Interface Tool (SMIT).
  • Identify the features of Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol  (TCP/IP) addressing.
  • Identify the features of Serial Line Interface Protocol (SLIP).
  • Identify the features of Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP).
  • Identify the features of Unix-to-Unix Communications Protocol (UUCP).
  • Identify the features of File Transfer Protocol (FTP).
  • Identify the Basic Network Utilities (BNU) options.
  • Identify the features of Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP).
  • Identify the procedure for configuring a Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol  (DHCP) server.
  • Identify the features of the Domain Name System (DNS).
  • Identify the features of Network Information Services (NIS).
  • Identify the features of Network Information Services Plus (NIS+).
  • Identify the features of routing with AIX.
  • Identify daemons and protocols required for routing on AIX.

Unit 3: Network Services: Duration: 2 Hour(s)

  • Identify the features of a Network File System (NFS).
  • Configure a Network File System (NFS).
  • Identify the features of a Network File System (NFS) client.
  • Identify the procedure for configuring AIX as a Network File System (NFS)  server.
  • Identify the steps involved in mounting remote file systems by using WSM.
  • Identify the features of Network Installation Management (NIM).
  • Identify the procedure for configuring Network Installation Management  (NIM).
  • Identify the resources required to support NIM.
  • Identify the features of IP aliasing and domains on AIX.
  • Identify the features of Distributed SMIT (DSMIT).
  • Identify HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) servers that are available on AIX.
  • Identify the procedure for installing an AIX document library service.
  • Identify the procedure for implementing a Network Time Protocol (NTP) on AIX.
  • Identify the features of TCP/IP security.
  • Identify the files that control TCP/IP access.
  • Identify commands for proxy management.