The Oracle Solaris 11 Network Administration course provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to configure and administer a reliable, scalable, highly available, resource-optimized, and secure enterprise-grade network infrastructure, both physical and virtual, by using the various networking features and technologies in Oracle Solaris 11. Some of the key features of Software Defined Networking (SDN) covered in this course include VNICs, etherstub, VLAN, PVLAN, VXLAN, EVS, and reflective relay.

Learn To:

Explain the fundamentals of networking.
Configure a virtual network.
Configure network high availability.
Configure network services.
Configure network resources.
Implement network security.
Diagnose networking issues.

Introduction to the course

Course Goals
Course Agenda
Your Learning Center
Networking Fundamentals

Explain the fundamentals of networking
Describe the network stack in Oracle Solaris 11
Explain the role of profile-based configuration in configuring networks in Oracle Solaris 11
Describe the commands to configure and administer networks in Oracle Solaris 11
Configuring a Virtual Network

Explain network virtualization
Configure a virtual network
Configure VLAN and PVLAN
Configure VXLAN
Configure EVS
Configuring Network High Availability

Describe High Availability
Configure link aggregations for high availability
Configure IPMP for IP failover
Configure VRRP for router failover
Configure ILB to implement load balancing
Configuring Network Services

Configure DHCP for dynamic allocation of IP addresses
Configure DNS for forward and reverse name resolution
Configure LDAP for directory name resolution
Configure SMB for cross-platform resource sharing
Configuring Network Resources

Manage network resources using datalink properties
Manage network resources using flow properties
Monitor network traffic by using observability tools
Implementing Network Security

Administer link protection to prevent threats to the virtual network
Configure IP Filter firewall to prevent network-based attacks
Configure the OpenBSD Packet Filter (PF) firewall to control network access
Diagnosing Networking Issues

Identify the diagnostic tools and utilities for troubleshooting networking issues
Describe the role of DTrace network providers in observing network behavior

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