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Network / System Administration with Linux/Solaris/NT*

INTRODUCTION TO NETWOKING

  • Various networking services.
  • Introduction to various hardware used in networking.
  • Basic work of network administrator.
  • LAN technologies and network topology.
  • Network Planning.
  • Protocol Engineering.
  • Introduction to Modems, Repeaters, Bridges,
  • Switches and Routers.
  • OSI model.
  • IP: Internet Protocol Addresses.
  • Subnetting and Supernetting.
  • TCP: Transmission Control Protocol (Reliable Transport Services.)
  • Routing Protocol (RIP).
  • Understanding client-server Interaction.

Linux/System Administration

  • Basic concepts of C, C++.
  • Introduction to Linux.
  • Understanding Linux Architecture/File System.
  • Introduction to most commonly used Linux command.
  • Shell Scripting.
  • Introduction to GUI on Red Hat Linux.
  • Performing various tasks using GUI.
  • Introduction to Various text editor on Red Hat Linux.
  • Customization of X window system.
  • Interaction with various tools/utilities.
  • Installation of Red Hat Linux and troubleshooting while installation.
  • Maintenance of Linux file system.
  • User and Group administration using command line/GUI.
  • Upgrading of existing Red Hat Linux.
  • Installation of Red Hat Linux with other OS.
  • Installation of non-standard hardware.
  • Introduction to LILO.
  • Configuring the X window system.
  • Introduction to window managers and their configuration.
  • Connection to Internet.
  • Introduction/configuration of various Chat-Clients.
  • Using Multimedia and graphics clients.

Configuration Of Various services on Red Hat Linux.

  • Customization of System Startup/Shutdown.
  • Introduction to Linuxconf.
  • Apache Web Server.
  • Proxy Servers.
  • DNS.
  • NIS.
  • File sharing with Other OS using SAMBA.
  • SMTP and Protocols.
  • FTP.
  • Telnet.
  • BOOTP/DHCP.
  • NFS.
  • Routing using Linux Box.
  • IP-Chains/IP Masqaguareading.
  • Configuration of Mail-Server.
  • Disk and other Device management on linux.
  • TCP/IP Network management.
  • Printing with Linux.
  • Backup and Restore.
  • Introduction to Security on Linux.
  • Security administration using Red Hat Linux.
  • Understanding Firewall.
  • Developing a Security Policy.
  • Files and file system security.
  • Kernel compilation.
  • Kernel security.
  • Troubleshooting.
  • Installation and working with MySQL.
  • Installation/Working with PHP3.
  • Introduction to GUI development Glade.
  • Introduction to Kdevelop.
  • Installation of ASP on Red Hat Linux.
  • Task Automation.
  • Installation of MS OS.
  • Running MS OS/Application under Linux Environment.
  • Installation of Staroffice.
  • Installation of KDE2.
  • Installation of Mozilla Browser.
  • Installation of LICQ chat client.
  • ODBC configuration.
  • Installation of Corel WordPerfect.
  • Working with GIMP.
  • Installation of Photogenecis.
  • Installation and working with Java/XML on Linux platform
  • Installation of Borland Java editor.
  • Running Diskless Linux workstations.
  • Running Linux server without Monitor, Keyboard, Mouse.
  • Installation of Oracle 8i

Hardware / Networking training.

HARDWARE

NETWORKING

  1. Introduction to H/W and S/W.
  2. Basic Components Of Computer.
  3. MS DOS.
  4. Windows.
  5. Motherboard components
  6. CMOS Setup Utility.
  7. Partitioning Hard Disk.
  8. Installation of Win 95/98.
  9. Installation of High-end softwares.
  10. Diff. between normal and In-built M/B.
  11. Installation of AGP-Card/Sound-Card etc.
  12. Troubleshooting..
  13. Live sites.
  14. Intro to unix/linux.
  • Various networking services.
  • Introduction to various hardware used in networking.
  • LAN technologies and network topology.
  • Network Planning.
  • Protocol Engineering.
  • Introduction to Modems, Repeaters, Bridges,
  • Switches and Routers.
  • IP: Internet Protocol Addresses.
  • Subnetting and Supernetting.
  • TCP: Transmission Control Protocol (Reliable Transport Services.)
  • Routing Protocol (RIP).
  • Understanding client-server Interaction.
  • Software Languages/Tools/OS

  • Solaris
  • MS SQL Server
  • Oracle
  • MySQL
  • Power Builder
  • Developer 2000
  • Web-Designing Language/Tools

    • ASP
    • PHPx
    • JavaScript
    • VBScript
    • Front Page
    • Cold Fusion
    • XARA
    • Hot Dog
    • Cofee Cup HTML Editor

    Multimedia/DTP

    • PhotoShop
    • Print Artist
    • MacroMedia Flash
    • Adobe BigElectic Cat
    • Fractal Design Painter
    • 3DS Max
    • Elastic Reality
    • Adobe Premiere
    • Page Maker
    • Corel Draw 9
    • Animation Shop
    • Paint Shop Pro
    • Sound Forge
    • Director
    • Dreamweaver

    Computer Basic

    • Dos
    • Basic of Windows OS
    • Installation Of Software/Modem for Internet
    • Basic Of Hardware
    • MS Office

    • Word
      Excel
      Access
      PowerPoint
    • Star Office By Sun Micro System

    • Text Document
      Spreadsheet
      Presentation
    • Drawing
    • Internet
    • Basic Of Internet
    • Mail
    • Outlook Express

    C-Language

    1. Introduction to C.
    2. Constants, variables and Data-Types.
    3. Control flow and more I/O function.
    4. Operator and arrays.
    5. Pointers.
    6. Modular-Programming.
    7. Input-Output from files.
    8. Structures and User-Defined Data types.
    9. Libraries and generalized Function.
    10. Data structures-Linked Lists.
    11. Stacks Queues and doubly linked lists.
    12. Data Structures-Binary trees.
    13. Enhanced Access-Indexing using Data-Structures.
    14. Enhanced Access-Hashing techniques.
    15. The Preprocessor.

    C++ - Language

    1. Introduction to C++.
    2. Constants, Variables and Data type.
    3. Operators and arrays.
    4. Pointer.
    5. Applying OPPS techniques in C++.
    6. Functions and Structures.
    7. DB-Library.
    8. Objects and Classes.
    9. Inheritance.
    10. Virtual Function and Polymorphism.
    11. Files.
    12. Operator overloading and linked lists.

    Visual Basic

    1. Introduction to Visual Basic.
    2. Working with the Visual Basic Development.
    3. Building objects in VB.
    4. Connection to Database DAO, RDO, ADO
    5. Introduction to building Internet Applications.
    6. Designing User Interfaces.
    7. Working with the windows API.
    8. Building Multi-tier Applications.
    9. Building the Business Logic.
    10. Building IIS application.
    11. Building data driven DHTML application.
    12. Building an E-Commerce System.
    13. Building ActiveX Documents.

    Unix/Linux

    1. Introduction to Unix.
    2. The Unix file system.
    3. Pipes and filters.
    4. Vi-Editors.
    5. Communication Unix Style.
    6. Introduction to shell scripts.
    7. Taking Decisions.
    8. The loop control structures.
    9. Shell metacharacters.
    10. Tricks of the trade.
    11. Project.

    ORACLE DBA

    1. Introduction.
    2. Client/Server Architecture.
    3. Logical Data Modeling.
    4. Physical Database design.
    5. Building the database.
    6. Populating the Database.
    7. Between Client/Server: Networking Issues.
    8. Client/Server Communication SQL and PL/SQL.
    9. Understanding Oracle database administration administrative utilities.
    10. Basic Database Administration.
    11. Configuring the Oracle Server for user connection.
    12. Security.
    13. Database administration behalf of applications.
    14. Protecting work and data.
    15. Monitoring and tuning Database Server performance.
    16. Application Development for Oracle.
    17. Designing an application Schema.
    18. Tuning applications with Database structures.
    19. Tuning Application logic.
    20. Centralizing Application logic in the database server.
    21. Securing Applications.

    Developer 2000

    1. Introduction.
    2. Forms.
    3. Reports.
    4. Graphics.
    5. Procedure Builder.
    6. Developing Oracle Forms Application.
    7. Developing Oracle Report Application.
    8. Developing Oracle Graphics Application.
    9. Integration and deployment in the Windows environment.

    SQL-SERVER

    1. Introduction
    2. Microsoft Management Console.
    3. SQL Server agent.
    4. Integration with Windows NT security.
    5. Transact SQL.
    6. Replication.
    7. Installation of SQL Server.
    8. Installing SQL Mail.
    9. Upgrading SQL Server.
    10. Database management.
    11. Preventing majors of databases.
    12. Linked Servers and Remote Servers.
    13. Tools to monitor Server performance.
    14. Data Warehouses and Data Marts.

    ASP

    1. Creating web-page using basic html tags.
    2. Linking HTML pages.
    3. Images Lists, tables and frames.
    4. Form and HTML elements.
    5. Using Front-page.
    6. Internet technologies.
    7. Web servers.
    8. The need of IIS.
    9. The definition and purpose of ASP.
    10. Integrating Scripts into ASP.
    11. Working with multiple Active Server Pages.

    JAVA 2.0

    1. C brushup.
    2. OOPS concepts.
    3. UML.
    4. Classes, objects, interfaces and adapters.
    5. Inheritance, Polymorphism.
    6. Packages Exceptions.
    7. I/O stream.
    8. Multi Threading.
    9. Abstract Window toolkit (AWT).
    10. Applets.
    11. Network Programming.
    12. JDBC.
    13. Servlets.
    14. Java beans.
    15. JFC Swing.
    16. Remote Method invocation (RMI).
    17. CORBA.