2 162 Networking Basics Project Manual Project 8.1 Overview Outcomes What you ll need Completion time Precautions Understanding Key Concepts Part of understanding your options for network configuration is to understand the capabilities of various network operating systems (NOS), which include the services they support and how they can be used together in a heterogeneous server environment. Several available NOS options support the same features, functionality, and the same basic network services. When deploying servers in your network, you need to consider interoperability requirements as well as how server placement impacts accessibility and network traffic levels. During this project, you match various server-related terms to the definitions and descriptions of how they are used. After completing this project, you will know how to: identify key terms and concepts related to NOS types and versions identify key terms related to basic network services To complete this project, you will need: the following worksheet 20 minutes None The worksheet includes a list of server-related networking terms on the left and descriptions on the right. Match each term with the description that it most closely matches. You will not use all descriptions. Each description can be used only once. Shell A. Highly secure industry-standard authentication method. Kerberos was developed for UNIX and is supported on most current NOSs as an authentication method. Mac OS X B. Directory container objects that can contain other objects. These objects are at the mid-levels in a directory structure and are used to contain and organize other objects. Linux C. UNIX/Linux command-line interface. Kerberos D. Specialized applications that run on web servers and provide services to clients over the Internet. Leaf objects E. Shorthand method for describing an object s context or name, but written without labels.
3 Network Services and Server Fundamentals 163 Intermediate objects F. Microsoft Windows hierarchical directorybased networking, based on X.500 standards. edirectory G. Directory object s location, including an object s organization and its OU structure, but not including the object s name. Active Directory H. Current version of Novell s X.500-based hierarchical network directory service. POSIX I. Authentication method used by NetWare servers prior to NetWare 4. Server applications J. Operating system designed to look and act exactly like UNIX, but distributed through open source licensing. Web services K. Windows server application that enables a Windows server to act as a gateway giving Windows clients that do not run a NetWare client access to NetWare resources. Supports versions only prior to NetWare 5 and IPX/SPX (NWLink) communications. Typefull context L. UNIX application development standard. Bindery M. Directory objects directly representing directory network entity, such as users and computers. GSNW N. Specialized applications that run on server NOS and provide resources or special services to network clients. O. Macintosh operating system version built on a UNIX kernel. P. Macintosh operating system version that introduced support for Microsoft s Internet Explorer and for Java Virtual Machine.
4 164 Networking Basics Project Manual Project 8.2 Overview Outcomes What you ll need Completion time Precautions Comparing Network Operating Systems The most commonly used NOS types and versions are Microsoft s Windows Server, UNIX, Linux, and Apple s Macintosh. In many ways, these different NOS are very similar, but they also have striking differences. Being able to recognize both the similarities and the differences and then use that information as part of your basis when selecting an NOS is important. During this project, you will review various NOS types along with their characteristics and features. After completing this project, you will know how to: compare NOS characteristics compare NOS features To complete this project, you will need: the following worksheet 20 minutes None Part A: NOS Characteristics Part A includes Table 8-1 with NOS types and a list of statements that describe one or more of them. Check the boxes for the letters that best describe each access protocol. Each statement applies to at least one NOS. Some statements may apply to multiple NOS types. A. Defaults to TCP/IP as a network protocol B. Supports bindery as a downlevel authentication method C. Supports NTLM as a downlevel authentication method D. Provides a user interface for running standard applications E. Deployed as a dedicated server F. Based on or emulates a UNIX kernel G. Uses a directory system to locate network objects and resources H. Can be downloaded, deployed, and used at no charge Table 8-1: NOS Types NOS A B C D E F G H Novell Netware/Open Enterprise Windows Server 2008 UNIX Linux Mac OS X
5 Network Services and Server Fundamentals 165 Part B: NOS Features Part B includes Table 8-2 with NOS types and a list of features. Check the boxes for the letters that best describe each NOS. Each statement applies to exactly one NOS. A. Uses Samba to support Windows clients B. Uses the Open Directory system C. Includes NWLink protocol support D. Provides a management interface only E. Uses X Windows as GUI user interface F. Saves documents in PDF as native file format G. Runs on SUSe Linux H. Native requests for services use SMB protocol requests I. Native support for printers and printer management uses LPD/LPR protocols J. Includes Keychain for password storage Table 8-2: NOS Features NOS A B C D E F G H I J Novell Open Enterprise Windows Server 2008 UNIX/Linux Mac OS X
6 166 Networking Basics Project Manual Project 8.3 Overview Outcomes What you ll need Completion time Precautions Understanding Basic Services All of the NOS in common use support a variety of basic services. That means that many of your network s requirements can be met without having to purchase additional server applications. In some cases, you can even configure a server to support multiple services, cutting down on your hardware requirements. One common example is having a server act as both a file and print server. The specific services supported depend on the NOS. All of those services in common use support file and print services and can be configured to support some kind of user authentication. Seeing Web server support included is common as well. Some, like most Linux distributions, include more specialized service, such as database services, while others require you to purchase separate server applications for that purpose. Some services are provided as a feature of the TCP/IP protocol. These include DNS and DHCP services. In this project, you will review some key points about basic services and look at some options for setting up servers to support various basic services. After completing this project, you will know how to: identify how basic server types are used explain options for configuring Windows Server 2008 roles explain how to configure a Windows 7 Professional or Windows 7 Enterprise peer print server To complete this project, you will need: a computer running Windows Server 2008 a computer running Windows 7 Professional or Windows 7 Enterprise the following worksheet 45 minutes The instructions in this project assume you are working on a two-node network with one computer running Windows 7 Professional or Windows 7 Enterprise and one computer running Windows Server If these computers are part of a larger classroom network, your instructor will provide you with alternate instructions for configuring network and domain parameters. If working on an existing network, you must review the project steps with your network administrator. Your network administrator may need to make changes or additions to the instructions.
7 Network Services and Server Fundamentals 167 Part A: Basic Services In this part of the project, you are asked a series of questions about services that you will commonly find on most LANs. 1. What is the general guideline for physical placement of file and print servers in a routed network? 2. Why? 3. The Kerberos protocol is most commonly associated with servers acting in what role? 4. Why do some NOS include other protocols that are used in the same role (include at least one example)? 5. In a TCP/IP network, when would you need to deploy DNS servers? 6. When would you need to deploy DHCP servers? 7. When would you need to deploy servers configured as routers? 8. What kind of server would you most commonly find deployed outside of your internal network, separated from the network by a firewall?
8 168 Networking Basics Project Manual 9. Why? 10. When would you include a NAT server on your network? Part B: View Available Service Configurations In this part of the project, you will view some of the service configurations and roles supported by Windows Server Currently, your Windows Server 2008 computer is configured as an Active Directory domain controller, but the operating system is designed to support a wide range of optional services as server roles. You should be logged on as an Administrator at the start of the part of the project. 1. If Manage Your Server is not already open on your desktop, open the Start menu, point to Administrative Tools, and select Server Manager. 2. Expand the Roles by clicking on the + in the left-hand window and scroll down to the Roles section in the Details window (right-hand screen) as indicated in Figure 8-1. Figure 8-1: Manage your server
9 Network Services and Server Fundamentals What roles is your server currently configured to support? 5. Click Go to Roles. Doing so displays detailed information about each of the current roles. 6. Close the configuration log. 7. What should you use to configure a role that isn t listed? Note: In the next several steps, you will remove the remote access server role. If the computer is not configured as a remote access server, skip Steps 8 through 11 and continue with Step Click Remove Roles and click Next. Note: This is the same effect as disabling the RRAS server in the Routing and Remote Access console. 9. Uncheck Network Policy and Access Service role, as shown in Figure 8-2, and click Next. Figure 8-2: Removing remote access server support
10 170 Networking Basics Project Manual 10. When prompted to Remove the Service, click Remove as shown in Figure 8-3. Figure 8-3: Confirm Removal Selections 11. Click Restart you server when prompted. Your will receive a confirmation after the server restarts, click Close. 12. Open the Start menu, select Control Panel, and then select Programs. 13. Click Turn Windows Features on or off. This is a second way of configuring services and roles. 14. Click Add Role and scroll through the list and view the other services available.
11 Network Services and Server Fundamentals Select Print Services/Role Services and click LPD Printer while leaving the default Print Server, as shown in Figure Click Next and Install. Figure 8-4: Print services selected 18. Click Close when The Installation Succeeded window appears. 20. Exit the remaining windows and return to the server desktop. 21. What is the potential security concern when configuring multiple service support? 22. What is the potential performance concern? 23. The Services utility gives you a way to temporarily stop a service. This might be necessary, for example, when troubleshooting a performance problem. Open the Start menu, point to Administrative Tools, and select Services.
12 172 Networking Basics Project Manual 24. Scroll down and then locate and select TCP/IP Print Server, as shown in Figure 8-5. You enabled this server when you installed UNIX printer support. Figure 8-5: TCP/IP Print Server 25. Double-click TCP/IP Print Server to open its Properties dialog box and click Stop. Doing so will stop the service until manually restarted or until the computer is restarted. 26. Click OK and then exit Services. Part C: Configure a Peer Server You will complete this part of the project on the computer running Windows 7 Professional or Windows 7 Enterprise. Peer servers, which are computers that act as both network clients and servers, are common on Windows, UNIX, Linux, and Macintosh networks. You will also sometimes see Windows servers used as peer servers on a Novell network. During this part of the project, you will configure the computer running Windows 7 Professional or Windows 7 Enterprise as a peer print server, a commonly used configuration. This project assumes that you do not have a printer configured on the computer. This project also assumes that you have the Control Panel configured in Classic View. 1. Open the Start menu and select the Control Panel. 2. Double-click View Devices and Printers, under the Hardware and Sound icon. 3. Click Add a printer, as indicated in Figure 8-6.
13 Network Services and Server Fundamentals 173 Figure 8-6: Printers and Faxes window 4. Click Add a local printer, as in Figure 8-7, and then click Next. Figure 8-7: Manually selecting a printer
14 174 Networking Basics Project Manual 6. Leave the port at default (LTP1) and click Next. 7. Under Manufacturer, select HP and under Printers, select LaserJet 4100 Series PCL6 (see Figure 8-8), and then click Next. Figure 8-8: Selected printer 8. Change the printer name to SharedHP and click Next. 9. You make the computer a print server by sharing the printer. Select Share name, leave the name at default, and click Next (see Figure 8-9). 10. The Location and Comment are optional fields and are provided so you can enter information about the printer, such as its physical location in the office. Leave these fields blank and click Next.
15 Network Services and Server Fundamentals 175 Figure 8-9: Printer configuration 11. Leave Set as Default and if prompted to print a text page, select No and then click Next. 12. Why shouldn t you print a test page to this printer? 13. Review the Summary information and click Finish to install the printer. 14. You should see the printer listed like the example shown in Figure 8-10 when installation is complete.
16 176 Networking Basics Project Manual Figure 8-10: Installed printer 15. Right-click SharedHP and select Properties. 16. Select the Sharing tab, as shown in Figure 8-11.
17 Network Services and Server Fundamentals 177 Figure 8-11: Printer sharing properties 17. Click OK to close the Properties dialog box and then close the Devices and Printers window. Part D: Verify a Resource Listing You will complete this part of the project on the computer running Windows Server You will verify that the printer is listed in and available through the Active Directory. 1. Open the Start/Control Panel menu and select Printer under Hardware and Sound. 2. Double-click Add printer to open the Add Printer Wizard. 3. Click Next. 4. Select A network printer, or a printer attached to another computer and then click Next. 5. In the Add Printer Window, select The Printer I want isn t Listed and click Next.
18 178 Networking Basics Project Manual 6. Choose Browse in the Select a shared Printer by Name window, and browse to Student00/SharedHP, then click Next as in Figure Figure 8-12: Available shared printer 7. Select SharedHP and click Next. 8. Leave as the Default Printer and Click Next. 9. Click Finish. 10. The printer is now listed in Printers, as shown in Figure 8-13.
19 Network Services and Server Fundamentals Close the Printers window. Figure 8-13: Installed shared printer Project 8.4 Overview Outcomes What you ll need Completion time Precautions Determining Server Placement Windows 7 Professional and Windows 7 Enterprise can be configured to support both incoming and outgoing dial-up connections. You will want to be cautious when configuring an incoming dial-up connection because it is an entry point to your computer from anywhere with a phone line. This is particularly true if your computer is connected to a network. In this project, you will identify where to place various servers to meet network design requirements. After completing this project, you will know how to: identify the impact of server placement in various scenarios find ways to avoid or minimize network problems To complete this project, you will need: the following worksheet 30 minutes None
20 180 Networking Basics Project Manual Part A: LAN Configuration The questions in Part A refer to the configuration shown in Figure The network is a routed TCP/IP LAN. Some of the current network servers are shown. The servers are as follows: Serv1 Domain controller Serv2 Domain controller and DNS Serv3 Domain controller Gen1 File and print server Gen2 File and print server Figure 8-14 shows the logical network organization. Physically, all servers are kept in the same secure room. The network supports approximately 90 hosts, including servers. Figure 8-14: Routed LAN 1. The network was configured as a routed LAN without completely considering network requirements. You are considering combining the subnetworks. What is the main network characteristic that you must consider before doing this and why? 2. Other than removing the routers and physically connecting the central connection devices, what would the change require?
21 Network Services and Server Fundamentals What is the most likely impact on the network if Serv3 fails? 4. What is the most likely impact on the network if Serv2 fails? 5. How can you minimize the potential problems? 6. If you were deploying a single DHCP server for the network, where would you place it to minimize overall network traffic and why? 7. What if you were deploying two DHCP servers? Part B: Demand-dial Configuration The questions in Part B refer to the configuration shown in Figure The network is a routed TCP/IP LAN. It is also configured as a Windows Active Directory network. Some of the current network servers are shown. The servers shown are as follows: Serv1 Demand-dial router Serv2 Demand-dial router Serv3 Demand-dial router
22 182 Networking Basics Project Manual Currently, connections between each subnet are made over the public-switched telephone network (PSTN) using dial-up modems. Each server is configured with one modem. Access permissions are configured so that access to print and file servers is limited to hosts on the same subnet. Figure 8-15: Demand-dial network 1. What are the biggest concerns in relation to communication between subnets? 2. Domain controllers will also be configured as DNS servers. You are planning to deploy a domain controller in each subnet. Justify this decision. 3. What traffic will be required between the subnets?
23 Network Services and Server Fundamentals Each subnet s NetBIOS name resolution requirements are for the local subnet only. What do you need to do to support name resolution while keeping traffic and administrative requirements to a minimum? Part C: Heterogeneous Network The questions in Part C refer to the configuration shown in Figure The network is a routed TCP/IP LAN. Some of the current network servers and clients are shown. The computers shown are as follows: Linux1 Linux file server also used as a user workstation. Mac1 Mac OS X computer used primarily as a graphics and multimedia file server. Mac2 Mac OS X client used for commercial art and high-resolution graphics. Mac3 Mac OS X client used for commercial art, movies, and high-resolution graphics. Serv1 Windows Server 2008 file, print, and intranet web server. Serv2 Windows Server 2008 database server. Serv3 Windows 2000 Server print server with high-resolution graphics printer. The majority of the client computers run Windows XP or Windows 2000 Professional. A few Linux workstations are also used as client computers. The only computers that need access to Mac1 are Mac2 and Mac3. Mac2 and Mac3 also need to access Serv1. The Macintosh computers print both draft and final copies of graphics files to the printer connected to Serv3. Client computers access Serv2 using various custom database applications. All clients need access to Serv2. Linux1 supports Windows and Linux clients only. Figure 8-16: Heterogeneous network
24 184 Networking Basics Project Manual 1. In order to minimize administrative overhead, what should you use as the primary NOS for this network? 2. Why? 3. What would be necessary for Linux1 to provide the necessary client support? 4. Why? 5. What authentication protocol would be used, based on your proposed configuration? Explain your answer. 6. What other authentication protocols, if any, would be needed? 7. Of the computers shown in Figure 8-16, what changes could you make to computer placement to reduce the traffic through the router and why? 8. How would this affect the placement of Serv2, if at all?
25 Network Services and Server Fundamentals 185 Project 8.5 Overview Outcomes What you ll need Completion time Precautions Observing Network Traffic Flows One of the determining factors in server placement is how servers impact traffic flows and bandwidth requirements. Different NOS products provide various tools for monitoring network traffic and collecting this information. Some third-party tools are also designed specifically for network monitoring. When you first deploy the network, collecting baseline performance information is generally suggested. Collecting this information at various times is best so you have an idea of peak, minimum, and average network traffic levels. You would then check network traffic periodically or any time a communication problem related to traffic levels is suspected. During this project, you will monitor the traffic generated by sample activities. After completing this project, you will know how to: observe network traffic and performance using Windows Reliability and Performance Monitor To complete this project, you will need: domain controller running Windows Server 2008 the following worksheet 30 minutes The instructions in this project assume you are working on a two-node network with one computer running Windows 7 Professional or Enterprise and one computer running Windows Server If these computers are part of a larger classroom network, your instructor will provide you with alternate instructions for configuring network and domain parameters. If working on an existing network, you must review the project steps with your network administrator. Your network administrator may need to make changes or additions to the instructions. Watch the project instructions carefully. You may be using both computers throughout this project. Part A: View Log on Traffic Logging on can generate significant traffic on a network and place a noticeable load on the authenticating server, depending on the number of clients involved. During this part of the project, you see the load generated when one user logs on. 1. Shut down the computer running Windows 7 Professional or Windows 7 Enterprise. 2. To open Windows Reliability and Performance Monitor, on the computer running Windows Server 2008, open the Start menu and right-click on the Computer to select Manage, as shown in Figure 8-17.
26 186 Networking Basics Project Manual Figure 8-17: To Manage the Computer 3. In Server Manager, choose Reliability and Performance Monitor in the left-hand pane, as shown in Figure Figure 8-18: Reliability and Performance monitor 3. By default, Reliability and Performance Monitor is watching selected local resources only. Click the More Actions icon to add more screens to the Customized View. Note: You may find it easier to view monitored traffic if you remove the default counters. To do so, simply uncheck the counter from the customized view, as shown in Figure 8-19.
27 Network Services and Server Fundamentals 187 Figure 8-19: Adding and Deleting counters 4. Select Network to monitor current Network traffic, as shown in Figure Figure 8-20: Monitoring Network activity 15. Exit the Reliability and Performance Monitor.
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