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70-216 ALS Microsoft<sup>?</sup> Windows<sup>?</sup> 2000 Network Infrastructure Administration Package, 2nd Edition,9780470067574
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70-216 ALS Microsoft? Windows? 2000 Network Infrastructure Administration Package, 2nd Edition

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Edition:
2nd
ISBN13:

9780470067574

ISBN10:
0470067578
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
10/1/2006
Publisher(s):
WILEY

Summary

Competency-based learning for the academic classroomDeveloped for academic courses, MICROSOFT? WINDOWS? 2000 NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE ADMINISTRATION, Second Edition, helps students build the skills they need on the job and for MCP Exam 70-216, a core requirement for MCSE certification and an elective on the MCSA track. This courseware is adaptable for a full 16-week semester or a 6-week, 8-week, or 10-week course. The textbook is filled with competency-based practice exercises that students complete on their own; the companion lab manual features additional skill-building activities ideal for your classroom's computer lab.Along with the textbook and lab manual, students receive a Student CD-ROM containing study aids; an electronic version of the textbook; the Microsoft Encyclopedia of Networking, Second Edition, eBook; and information on how to begin a career in information technology. They also get a 120-day evaluation version of Microsoft Windows 2000 Server software.An Instructor CD-ROM containing a complete set of instructor support materials-including lecture outlines, teaching tips, Microsoft PowerPoint? slides, a test bank, and detailed lab setup instructions-is also available.

Author Biography

Microsoft Corporation - Founded in 1975, Microsoft (Nasdaq ‘MSFT’) is the worldwide leader in software for personal and business computing. The company offers a wide range of products and services designed to empower people through great software—any time, any place and on any device.

Table of Contents

About This Book xv
Features of This Book xv
About the CD-ROMs xvi
Before You Begin xvi
Prerequisites xvii
Reference Materials xvii
Conventions Used xvii
Chapter and Appendix Overview xix
Where to Find Specific Skills xxi
Getting Started xxiv
Setup Instructions xxvi
The Microsoft Certified Professional Program xxxiii
Microsoft Certification Benefits xxxiv
Requirements for Becoming a Microsoft Certified Professional xxxvi
Technical Training for Computer Professionals xxxvii
Technical Support xxxviii
Introducing Microsoft Windows 2000 Networking
3(24)
About This Chapter
3(1)
Before You Begin
3(1)
Lesson 1: The OSI Reference Model
4(14)
Introducing the OSI Reference Model
4(11)
Using the OSI Model in the Real World
15(1)
Lesson Review
16(1)
Lesson Summary
17(1)
Lesson 2: Installing and Binding Windows 2000 Network Components
18(9)
Introducing the Windows 2000 Networking Components
18(4)
Installing Windows 2000 Networking Components
22(1)
Binding Windows 2000 Networking Components
23(1)
Exercise 1: Installing and Binding Protocols
24(1)
Lesson Review
25(1)
Lesson Summary
26(1)
Introducing TCP/IP
27(52)
About This Chapter
27(1)
Before You Begin
27(1)
Lesson 1: TCP/IP Overview
28(19)
TCP/IP Standards
28(1)
TCP/IP Architecture
29(2)
TCP/IP Protocols
31(11)
Exercise 1: Examining ARP Traffic with Network Monitor
42(3)
Exercise 2: TCP/IP Protocols
45(1)
Lesson Review
45(1)
Lesson Summary
46(1)
Lesson 2: IP Addressing and Subnetting
47(16)
IP Address Structure
47(2)
Subnet Masks
49(3)
Subnetting
52(8)
Exercise 1: Subnetting a Class B Address
60(1)
Lesson Review
60(2)
Lesson Summary
62(1)
Lesson 3: Understanding TCP and UDP
63(16)
TCP
63(10)
UDP
73(1)
Exercise 1: TCP Header Fields
74(1)
Exercise 2: TCP and UDP Functions
75(1)
Lesson Review
75(2)
Lesson Summary
77(2)
Implementing TCP/IP
79(30)
About This Chapter
79(1)
Before You Begin
79(1)
Lesson 1: Installing and Configuring TCP/IP
80(13)
Configuring TCP/IP
83(1)
Configuring Basic TCP/IP Properties
83(3)
Configuring Advanced TCP/IP Properties
86(4)
Exercise 1: TCP/IP Configuration Requirements
90(1)
Lesson Review
91(1)
Lesson Summary
92(1)
Lesson 2: Using the Windows 2000 TCP/IP Tools
93(16)
Ping
93(2)
Tracert.exe
95(2)
Pathping.exe
97(2)
Ipconfig.exe
99(1)
Arp.exe
100(1)
Netstat.exe
101(2)
Nbtstat.exe
103(1)
Nslookup.exe
104(1)
Telnet.exe
105(1)
Ftp.exe
106(1)
Exercise 1: TCP/IP Utilities
106(1)
Lesson Review
107(1)
Lesson Summary
107(2)
NetWare Networking with Windows 2000
109(28)
About This Chapter
109(1)
Before You Begin
109(1)
Lesson 1: Introducing IPX and NWLink
110(11)
Introducing IPX
110(1)
IPX Protocols
111(7)
Windows 2000 and NetWare Compatibility
118(1)
Exercise 1: IPX Properties
119(1)
Lesson Review
120(1)
Lesson Summary
120(1)
Lesson 2: Using the Windows 2000 NetWare Clients
121(16)
Installing Client Service for NetWare
121(3)
Configuring NWLink
124(2)
Configuring Client Service for NetWare
126(1)
Using Gateway Service for NetWare
127(5)
Exercise 1: Installing and Configuring NWLink
132(2)
Lesson Review
134(1)
Lesson Summary
135(2)
Implementing the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
137(56)
About This Chapter
137(1)
Before You Begin
137(1)
Lesson 1: Introducing DHCP
138(14)
Understanding the Origins of DHCP
138(3)
DHCP Messaging
141(5)
Understanding DHCP Communications
146(4)
Exercise 1: DHCP Message Types
150(1)
Lesson Review
150(1)
Lesson Summary
151(1)
Lesson 2: Using the DHCP Server
152(24)
Implementing DHCP
152(1)
Installing Windows 2000 DHCP Server
153(1)
Authorizing a DHCP Server
154(2)
Creating a Scope
156(4)
Activating a Scope
160(1)
Creating a Superscope
161(1)
Configuring DHCP Options
161(3)
Deploying DHCP Options with User Classes
164(3)
Creating a Reservation
167(2)
Exercise 1: Examining DHCP Traffic
169(5)
Exercise 2: Configuring Scopes
174(1)
Lesson Review
174(1)
Lesson Summary
175(1)
Lesson 3: Administering DHCP
176(11)
Monitoring DHCP Activity
176(3)
Controlling Conflict Detection
179(1)
Compacting the DHCP Database
180(1)
Using DHCP Relay Agents
180(2)
Integrating DHCP with DNS
182(3)
Lesson Review
185(1)
Lesson Summary
186(1)
Lesson 4: Troubleshooting DHCP
187(6)
Preventing DHCP Problems
187(1)
Troubleshooting DHCP Clients
188(2)
Troubleshooting DHCP Servers
190(2)
Lesson Review
192(1)
Lesson Summary
192(1)
Routing IP
193(44)
About This Chapter
193(1)
Before You Begin
193(1)
Lesson 1: Understanding IP Routing
194(13)
Routing Principles
194(3)
Routing Tables
197(6)
Routing Hardware
203(2)
Routing Software
205(1)
Exercise 1: Routing Tables
205(1)
Lesson Review
205(1)
Lesson Summary
206(1)
Lesson 2: Routing with RRAS
207(17)
Configuring RRAS
207(3)
Manually Configuring RRAS
210(1)
Implementing Demand-Dial Routing
210(4)
Configuring Demand-Dial Interfaces
214(3)
Creating Static Routes
217(4)
Exercise 1: Configuring RRAS
221(1)
Lesson Review
222(1)
Lesson Summary
223(1)
Lesson 3: Using Dynamic Routing Protocols
224(13)
Dynamic Routing Protocols
224(2)
Understanding RIP
226(2)
Installing RIP
228(3)
Understanding OSPF
231(1)
Installing OSPF
232(1)
Exercise 1: Configuring RRAS
233(1)
Exercise 2: Static and Dynamic Routing
234(1)
Lesson Review
234(2)
Lesson Summary
236(1)
Understanding the Domain Name System
237(36)
About This Chapter
237(1)
Before You Begin
237(1)
Lesson 1: IP Host Naming and DNS
238(13)
Using Host Tables
238(2)
Designing the DNS
240(1)
Introducing the Domain Name Space
241(6)
Understanding Domain Name Servers
247(2)
Understanding Resolvers
249(1)
Exercise 1: Understanding DNS Terminology
249(1)
Lesson Review
250(1)
Lesson Summary
250(1)
Lesson 2: Resolving Host Names with DNS
251(12)
DNS Messaging
251(4)
Resolving a Name
255(2)
Name Server Caching
257(1)
Performing Reverse Name Lookups
258(2)
Exercise 1: Understanding DNS Communications
260(1)
Lesson Review
261(1)
Lesson Summary
262(1)
Lesson 3: Planning a DNS Implementation
263(10)
DNS Considerations
263(1)
Exercise 1: Implementing DNS
264(6)
Lesson Review
270(1)
Lesson Summary
271(2)
Using the Windows 2000 DNS Server
273(44)
About This Chapter
273(1)
Before You Begin
273(1)
Lesson 1: Installing and Configuring Windows 2000 DNS
274(6)
Installing DNS Server
274(3)
Implementing a Caching-Only Server
277(1)
Exercise 1: Testing a Simple Query on a DNS Server
278(1)
Lesson Review
279(1)
Lesson Summary
279(1)
Lesson 2: Working with Zones
280(14)
Creating a Zone
280(5)
Creating Active Directory--Integrated Zones
285(1)
Delegating Zones
286(3)
Configuring Dynamic Updates
289(1)
Exercise 1: Configuring Zones
290(2)
Lesson Review
292(1)
Lesson Summary
293(1)
Lesson 3: Working with Resource Records
294(9)
Understanding Resource Record Types
294(3)
Viewing Resource Records
297(1)
Creating Resource Records
298(2)
Exercise 1: Adding Resource Records
300(2)
Lesson Review
302(1)
Lesson Summary
302(1)
Lesson 4: Configuring Zone Transfers
303(7)
Zone Replication and Zone Transfers
303(3)
Zone Transfer Security
306(1)
DNS Notification
307(1)
Lesson Review
308(1)
Lesson Summary
309(1)
Lesson 5: Monitoring and Troubleshooting DNS
310(7)
Monitoring DNS Servers
310(3)
DNS Troubleshooting Scenarios
313(3)
Lesson Review
316(1)
Lesson Summary
316(1)
Implementing Windows Internet Name Service
317(46)
About This Chapter
317(1)
Before You Begin
317(1)
Lesson 1: Introducing NetBIOS
318(17)
NetBIOS Naming
318(3)
Registering and Resolving Names
321(1)
NetBIOS Name Caching
322(1)
Using Lmhosts
323(4)
Using Broadcast Transmissions
327(3)
Using NetBIOS Name Servers
330(1)
Understanding NetBIOS Node Types
330(3)
Exercise 1: NetBIOS Name Resolution Concepts
333(1)
Lesson Review
333(1)
Lesson Summary
334(1)
Lesson 2: WINS Name Registration and Resolution
335(10)
Understanding WINS Messaging
335(4)
Understanding the NetBT Message Formats
339(5)
Lesson Review
344(1)
Lesson Summary
344(1)
Lesson 3: Implementing WINS
345(11)
Installing a WINS Server
345(2)
Configuring a Windows 2000 WINS Client
347(1)
Supporting Non-WINS Clients
348(2)
Maintaining the WINS Database
350(2)
Exercise 1: Installing and Configuring WINS
352(2)
Lesson Review
354(1)
Lesson Summary
355(1)
Lesson 4: Configuring WINS Replication
356(7)
Replication Overview
356(1)
Configuring a WINS Server as a Push or Pull Partner
356(3)
Planning How Many WINS Servers to Use
359(1)
Initiating Database Replication
359(1)
WINS Automatic Replication Partners
360(1)
Configuring WINS Database Replication
360(2)
Lesson Review
362(1)
Lesson Summary
362(1)
Securing Network Protocols
363(46)
About This Chapter
363(1)
Before You Begin
363(1)
Lesson 1: Using Packet Filters
364(13)
Understanding Packet Filtering
364(3)
Configuring Packet Filters in the TCP/IP Client
367(4)
Configuring Packet Filters in RRAS
371(4)
Lesson Review
375(1)
Lesson Summary
376(1)
Lesson 2: Using IPsec
377(13)
Securing IP Communications
377(5)
IPsec Standards
382(1)
IPsec Protocols
382(4)
Transport Mode and Tunnel Mode
386(2)
L2TP Tunneling
388(1)
Exercise 1: Understanding IPsec Terminology
388(1)
Lesson Review
389(1)
Lesson Summary
389(1)
Lesson 3: Deploying IPsec
390(19)
IPsec Components
390(2)
Deploying IPsec
392(1)
Running IPsec Policy Management
392(1)
Creating a New Policy
393(3)
Creating Policies in Active Directory
396(1)
Configuring IPsec Policies
396(10)
Configuring IPsec for Tunnel Mode
406(1)
Exercise 1: Using IPsec
406(2)
Lesson Review
408(1)
Lesson Summary
408(1)
Using the Remote Access Service
409(54)
About This Chapter
409(1)
Before You Begin
409(1)
Lesson 1: Introducing the Remote Access Service
410(12)
Overview of Remote Access
410(3)
Remote Access Security
413(3)
Installing a Remote Access Server
416(4)
Exercise 1: RAS Authentication Protocols
420(1)
Lesson Review
420(1)
Lesson Summary
421(1)
Lesson 2: Configuring a Remote Access Server
422(11)
Configuring RAS Server Properties
422(5)
Allowing Inbound Connections
427(1)
Using Multilink
428(2)
Using RRAS with DHCP
430(1)
Exercise 1: Configuring a RAS Server
430(1)
Lesson Review
431(1)
Lesson Summary
432(1)
Lesson 3: Managing Remote Access Security
433(18)
Configuring Authentication
433(4)
Controlling User Access
437(10)
Exercise 1: Creating a Remote Access Policy
447(1)
Lesson Review
448(2)
Lesson Summary
450(1)
Lesson 4: Virtual Private Networking
451(12)
Implementing a VPN
451(6)
Integrating a VPN in a Routed Environment
457(1)
Integrating VPN Servers with the Internet
457(1)
Managing Virtual Private Networking
458(1)
Exercise 1: Creating a VPN Connection
459(3)
Lesson Review
462(1)
Lesson Summary
462(1)
Using Network Address Translation
463(36)
About This Chapter
463(1)
Before You Begin
463(1)
Lesson 1: Introducing NAT
464(8)
Routing to the Internet
464(1)
Understanding NAT
465(5)
Exercise 1: Understanding NAT Communications
470(1)
Lesson Review
471(1)
Lesson Summary
471(1)
Lesson 2: Installing and Configuring NAT
472(20)
Implementing NAT
472(1)
Installing NAT with RRAS
472(6)
Configuring RRAS to Use NAT
478(4)
Configuring NAT Interface Properties
482(4)
Configuring NAT Properties
486(3)
Exercise 1: Configuring a NAT Installation
489(1)
Lesson Review
490(1)
Lesson Summary
491(1)
Lesson 3: Installing Internet Connection Sharing
492(7)
Differentiating ICS and NAT
492(1)
Installing ICS
493(1)
Configuring ICS
494(3)
Lesson Review
497(1)
Lesson Summary
498(1)
Implementing Certificate Services
499(40)
About This Chapter
499(1)
Before You Begin
499(1)
Lesson 1: Introducing Certificates
500(9)
Understanding Encryption Keys
500(2)
Understanding Certificates
502(5)
Exercise 1: Understanding Certificates and Encryption
507(1)
Lesson Review
507(1)
Lesson Summary
508(1)
Lesson 2: Installing and Configuring Microsoft Certificate Services
509(16)
Preparing to Install MCS
509(1)
Protecting a CA
510(1)
Installing Certificate Services
510(4)
Configuring a CA
514(5)
Backing Up and Restoring a CA
519(3)
Exercise 1: Installing a Stand-Alone CA
522(1)
Lesson Review
523(1)
Lesson Summary
524(1)
Lesson 3: Managing Certificates
525(14)
Certificate Enrollment
525(2)
Creating the Certificates Console
527(2)
Using the Certificates Console
529(5)
Revoking Certificates
534(1)
Removing EFS Recovery Keys
535(1)
Exercise 1: Requesting a Certificate Using the CA Web Interface
536(1)
Lesson Review
537(1)
Lesson Summary
538(1)
Monitoring Network Activity
539(46)
About This Chapter
539(1)
Before You Begin
539(1)
Lesson 1: Monitoring Windows 2000 Activity
540(21)
Using Event Viewer
540(4)
Using the Performance Console
544(8)
Using the Shared Folders Snap-in
552(7)
Exercise 1: Monitoring System Performance Parameters
559(1)
Lesson Review
560(1)
Lesson Summary
560(1)
Lesson 2: Monitoring Network Services
561(13)
Monitoring DHCP Activity
561(4)
Monitoring WINS Activity
565(2)
Monitoring DNS Activity
567(1)
Monitoring RRAS Activity
568(4)
Monitoring IPsec Activity
572(1)
Lesson Review
573(1)
Lesson Summary
573(1)
Lesson 3: Using Network Monitor
574(11)
Overview of Network Monitor
574(2)
Capturing Frame Data
576(1)
Using Capture Filters
577(2)
Displaying Captured Data
579(1)
Using Display Filters
580(1)
Network Monitor Performance Issues
581(1)
Exercise 1: Capturing Frames with Network Monitor
582(1)
Lesson Review
582(1)
Lesson Summary
583(2)
Appendix Questions and Answers 585(62)
Glossary 647(40)
Index 687


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