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VOISIP Linux Administrator Training Course

This course will cover the foundation aspects of Linux server administration using Open source distributions like Ubuntu, CentOS, Fedora etc. At the end of the course, delegates will have the skills required to administer/configure a Linux System. The course will also cover Internet application server configuration on live registered domain name with valid public IP addresses.The training will be given by Senior System / Network engineers with several years of industry experience, and it will be fully practical using real live equipment and software. Please refer to the “Equipment” session to view the list of equipment for the training

Course Instructor: Mr. Kelvin Ojanomare

CCIE Collaboration Written, CCNP Voice, MCSA, Linux+, CCNA Voice, CCNA R/S, MCITP, ITIL, Msc telecoms, and Bsc Elect/Elect. Network Manager @ VOISIP Telecomms

Equipment Available for the Course
  • Four (4 ) HP Rack mount Blade Virtualized Server 2Tb HDD, 24GB RAM, Quad Core Xeon processors.
  • One (1) HP Virtualization Server 2Tb RAID 5 HDD, 64GB RAM, Quad Core Xeon processors.
  • Four (4 ) 3550 & 3560 Cisco Enterprise Layer 3 Switches.
  • Fifteen (15) Cisco 2950 Layer 2 Switches and 2621XM Cisco routers
  • Four (4) 3725 & 2811 Cisco Routers.
  • Three (3) Cisco 881W integrated services Routers.
  • Online cloud servers from Digital Ocean
Software Available for the Course
  • Cisco Unified Communications Manger Software (CUCM)
  • Cisco unifed Presence Software
  • CUCME Sofware for Cisco Routers
  • Virtualbox Virtualization Software
  • VMware Workstation 11 Software
  • Fedora, Ubuntu, CentOS Linux Operating System software
  • Wireshark software plus other software’s in our Software bank.
  • VMWare VSphere 5.1 environment
  • Nagios & Splunk monitoring software
  • And lots of other software available on our File servers
  • GNS3 software.

Course Outline

Lesson 1: Introduction to Linux
  • Uses of Linux Operating system
  • Description of various distributions of Linux
  • Linux file system Hierarchy
Lesson 2: VirtualBox Installation
  • Virtual box: Creating a virtual machine
  • Linux Installation
  • Virtual box: Adding a new virtual machine
  • Virtual box: Virtual Network Configuration
  • Virtual box: RAM & CPU
  • Virtual Box: Virtual Box Clone
  • Virtual box: Clone to resolve network cards issue
  • Linux Startup: Assigning static IP
  • Linux Startup: using putty software
Lesson 3: Linux Basic Commands
  • Find your way around Linux using ls, pwd, clear, cd, pwd, rmdir etc.
  • Copy, move and rename files and directories
  • Using the Cat command
  • Using the less command
  • Pipes & redirects
  • Archive and compress
  • Symbolic links
  • Using shortcuts
Lesson 4: Users, Groups and Permissions
  • Users and groups
  • Files and directories permissions
Lesson 5: Text Editors
  • VI editor
  • Vim Editor
Lesson 6: String Processing and Finding Files
  • String processing, head, tail, wc, sort, cut, paste
  • String processing: grep
  • String processing: awk
  • String processing: sed
  • String Processing: find and locate
Lesson 7: Installing Packages
  • Using RPM
  • Using yum
Lesson 8: Network Configuration
  • Network Configuration overview
  • Network Tools
  • Network clients: using ssh, scp, wget, ftp
  • Using Rsync
Lesson 9: File System Management
  • Quota Management
  • Parted utility
  • Fdisk utility
  • SWAP and partitions and files
  • Logical Volume management (LVM)
Lesson 10: Security
  • Securing Shell: Changing default port to prevent root access
  • Securing shell: Public/Private keys
  • Securing Shell: Managing ip allow and deny protocols
  • Installing and configuring anti viruses, ClamAV and LMD
  • IPtables
  • APF and BFD
  • Cronjob
Lesson 11: Managing Processes and Monitoring Tools
  • Process management
  • VMSTAT and IOSTAT
  • LSOF
  • TCPdump
Lesson 12: Running CentOS as a Desktop
  • Installing GNOME_Desktop from Centos minimal

VOISIP Linux server Support & Consultancy Services

We all know the high cost of procuring both software and hardware licenses from Microsoft, Cisco, HP, Avaya etc to run our IT infrastructures. But when you are a small or medium company IT budget is minimal. Open source solutions are the way to go because they are license free and supported by the open source community.

VoISIP Telecomms can help you deploy web server, file servers, email servers, print servers, IP telephony solutions etc on Linux Operating Systems to suit the needs of your company.

VOISIP has experts in the field who provide high quality Linux support plans for companies and organizations. We offer a wide variety of support & administration contracts ranging from per incident projects to enterprise class administration in Linux Server & network management. We also offer technical support on all Linux distributions including Redhat, Fedora, Centos, ubuntu SUSE etc
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