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1 Internetworking Microsoft TCP/IP on Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 Course length: 5 Days Course No Five days - Instructor-led Introduction This course provides students with the knowledge and skills required to set up, configure, use, and support Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) on Microsoft Windows NT operating system version 4.0. At Course Completion At the end of the course, students will be able to: Define TCP/IP and describe its advantages on Windows NT 4.0. Install and configure Microsoft TCP/IP. Test a TCP/IP configuration with the Packet InterNet Groper (PING) and IPCONFIG utilities. Identify the network ID and host ID. Describe the future direction of IP addressing. Explain the function of a subnet mask. Explain supernetting. Explain the difference between static and dynamic IP routing. Configure a computer running Windows NT 4.0 to function as a dynamic IP router. Use the TRACERT utility to isolate route or network link problems. Explain how a dynamic host configuration protocol (DHCP) client obtains IP addresses from a DHCP server. Install and configure a DHCP relay agent. Back up and restore the DHCP database. Describe the types of services provided by NetBIOS over TCP/IP. Explain how the HOSTS file resolves a host name to an IP address on local and remote networks. Modify the HOSTS file so that host names are resolved correctly. Describe the function of Windows Internet Name Service (WINS). Install and configure a WINS server. Back up and restore the WINS database. Explain the Windows NT browsing service. Describe the domain logon, account password changes, and domain synchronization processes. Describe the structure and architecture that make up the domain name system (DNS). Describe the contents of the DNS database files. Integrate DNS with WINS Lookup and non-microsoft servers. Troubleshoot DNS with NSLOOKUP. Use Microsoft TCP/IP utilities to connect to and access resources on a TCP/IP-based UNIX host. Install and configure the FTP server on a Windows NT-based computer. Install and configure TCP/IP Network Printing Support on a Windows NT-based computer. Explain the purpose of simple network management protocol (SNMP). Define management information base (MIB).

2 Install and configure Microsoft SNMP Service. Use Windows NT utilities for diagnosing problems. Troubleshoot an IP network using TCP/IP utilities. Microsoft Certified Professional Exams This course will help the student prepare for the following Microsoft Certified Professional exam: Exam , Internetworking Microsoft TCP/IP on Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 Prerequisites Knowledge of the function and uses of local area network (LAN) hardware, including network cards, cabling, bridges, and routers Knowledge of the functions of the seven layers in the open systems interconnect (OSI) reference model Successful completion of the following Microsoft Certified Professional exam: Exam : Implementing and Supporting Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.0 OR Successful completion of the following course: Course 687: Supporting Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 Core Technologies The course materials, lectures, and lab exercises are in English. To benefit fully from our instruction, students need an understanding of the English language and completion of the prerequisites. Course Materials and Software The course workbook and lab book and student CD are the student's to keep. The following software will be provided for use in the classroom: Microsoft Windows NT Server network operating system version 4.0 Microsoft MS-DOS operating system version 5.0 or later Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.0 Service Pack 2 or later Course Outline

3 Day 1 Module 1: Introduction to TCP/IP What is TCP/IP? TCP/IP utilities Installing and configuring Microsoft TCP/IP Testing Microsoft TCP/IP with IPCONFIG and Packet InterNet Groper Microsoft Network Monitor Installing, configuring, and testing TCP/IP Define TCP/IP and describe its advantages on Microsoft Windows NT 4.0. Describe the Internet standards process. Explain the purpose of a Request for Comments (RFC) document. Install and configure Microsoft TCP/IP. Test a TCP/IP configuration and IP connection with the PING utility. Verify TCP/IP configuration parameters with the IPCONFIG utility. Install and configure Microsoft Network Monitor. Module 2: Architectural Overview of the TCP/IP Suite Microsoft TCP/IP suite Network interface technologies Address resolution protocol (ARP ) Internet control message protocol (ICMP) Internet group management protocol (IGMP) IP Ports and sockets TCP User Datagram Protocol (UDP) Labs: Viewing and modifying the ARP cache Viewing ICMP and ARP packets

4 Describe how the TCP/IP suite maps to a four-layer model. Explain how protocols at each layer work internally and in association with other protocols. Describe the network interface layer protocols supported by IP. Use Microsoft Network Monitor to view ICMP and ARP packets. Module 3: IP Addressing What is an IP address? Address classes Assigning network IDs Assigning host IDs What is a subnet mask? Addressing with IP version 6 Assigning IP addresses Identify the network ID and host ID in a class A, B, or C IP address. Distinguish between a valid and invalid class A, B, or C IP address. Identify the network components that require an IP address. Describe the future direction of IP addressing. Module 4: Subnetting What is a subnet? Implementing subnetting What are subnet mask bits? Defining a subnet mask Defining subnet IDs Defining host IDs for a subnet Supernetting

5 Labs: Defining a subnet mask Defining network IDs for an internetwork Subnetting and supernetting Explain the function of a subnet mask. Distinguish between a default subnet mask and a custom subnet mask. Define a common subnet mask for a wide area network (WAN) that consists of multiple subnets. Define a range of valid host IDs for multiple subnets. Explain supernetting. Day 2 Module 5: Implementing IP Routing What is IP routing? Static IP routing Dynamic IP routing Integrating static and dynamic IP routing Implementing a Windows NT router TRACERT utility Viewing and modifying a route table Explain the difference between static and dynamic IP routing. Explain the host configuration requirements to communicate with a static IP router. Build a static routing table. Explain the host configuration requirements to communicate with a dynamic IP router. Configure a computer running Windows NT 4.0 to function as a dynamic IP router.

6 Use the TRACERT utility to isolate route or network link problems. Module 6: Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol What is DHCP? How DHCP works Implementation considerations Installing and configuring a DHCP server Enabling a DCHP relay agent Using the IPCONFIG utility Backing up and restoring the DHCP database Compacting the DHCP database Labs: Implementing DHCP Installing, configuring, and monitoring DHCP relay agents Describe the function of DHCP. Explain how a DHCP client obtains IP addresses from a DHCP server. Install DHCP in an internetwork. Configure a DHCP scope for multiple subnets. Configure DHCP scope options for multiple subnets. Install and configure a DHCP relay agent. Use the IPCONFIG utility to view IP configurations, and to renew or release a lease. Back up and restore the DHCP database. Use the JETPACK utility to compact the DHCP database. Module 7: NetBIOS Over TCP/IP What is NetBIOS? What are NetBIOS names? What is NetBIOS name resolution? NetBIOS-over-TCP/IP name resolution nodes Using the LMHOSTS file

7 Resolving NetBIOS names Define NetBIOS. Describe the three types of services provided by NetBIOS over TCP/IP. Define NetBIOS names. Describe the NetBIOS-over-TCP/IP node types. Explain how NetBIOS names on a local network are resolved using broadcasts. Explain how NetBIOS names of hosts on remote networks are resolved using the LMHOSTS file. Explain how NetBIOS names of hosts on remote networks are resolved using a NetBIOS name server. Configure a local or central LMHOSTS file for resolving NetBIOS names. Day 3 Module 8: Implementing Windows Internet Name Service What is WINS? How WINS works Implementation considerations Implementing WINS Implementing WINS Describe the function of WINS. Explain how a WINS server resolves NetBIOS names. Install and configure a WINS server for an intranet. Configure a computer to use primary and secondary WINS servers. Module 9: Administering a WINS Environment

8 Database replication between WINS servers Maintaining the WINS server database Maintaining a WINS database Configure a WINS server to replicate its database entries with another WINS server. Back up and restore the WINS database. Use the JETPACK utility to compact the WINS database. Configure WINS to automatically remove obsolete database entries. Module 10: IP Internetwork Browsing and Domain Functions Browsing overview Browsing an IP internetwork IP internetwork domain functions IP internetwork logon and browsing Explain the Windows NT browsing service in terms of collection, distribution, and servicing of client requests. Describe the source of the problems with browsing in an IP internetwork and their solutions. Describe the domain logon, account password changes, and domain synchronization processes. Day 4 Module 11: Host Name Resolution TCP/IP naming schemes What is a host name?

9 What is a host name? What is host name resolution? HOSTS file Resolving host names Define a host name. Explain how the HOSTS file resolves a host name to an IP address on local and remote networks. Explain how a host name is resolved to an IP address using a domain name system server. Explain how a host name is resolved to an IP address using Microsoft-supported methods. Modify the HOSTS file so that host names are resolved correctly. Module 12: Domain Name System DNS Name resolution Configuring the DNS files Planning a DNS implementation Planning DNS server implementation Describe the structure and architecture that make up DNS. Define the DNS components. Explain how DNS is used to resolve names and IP addresses. Describe the contents of the DNS database files. Register a DNS server with the parent domain. Module 13: Implementing Microsoft DNS Servers Microsoft DNS Server Administering DNS Server Integrating DNS and WINS Troubleshooting DNS with NSLOOKUP

10 Troubleshooting DNS with NSLOOKUP Labs: Installing and configuring Microsoft DNS Service Integrating DNS and WINS Troubleshooting DNS with NSLOOKUP Install Microsoft DNS Service. Administer DNS Server. Create a zone file and populate it with resource records. Integrate DNS with WINS Lookup. Integrate DNS with non-microsoft DNS servers. Troubleshoot DNS with NSLOOKUP. Day 5 Module 14: Connectivity in Heterogeneous Environments Connectivity in heterogeneous environments Connecting to a remote host with Microsoft networking Microsoft TCP/IP utilities Remote execution utilities Data transfer utilities Printing utilities Labs: Installing, configuring, and testing a Windows NT-based FTP server Implementing TCP/IP printing Connect to a remote host with Microsoft networking. Use Microsoft TCP/IP utilities to connect to and access resources on a TCP/IP-based UNIX host. Install and configure the FTP server on a Windows NT-based computer. Install and configure TCP/IP Network Printing Support on a Windows item.

11 Module 15: Implementing Microsoft SNMP Service What is SNMP? Management information base Microsoft SNMP Service Defining SNMP communities Installing and configuring SNMP Service SNMPUTIL utility How SNMP works Implementing SNMP Service Explain the purpose of SNMP. Describe the different operations performed by an SNMP agent and an SNMP management system. Define MIB. Install and configure SNMP Service. Module 16: Troubleshooting Microsoft TCP/IP Identifying the problem source Windows NT diagnostic tools Troubleshooting guidelines Troubleshooting an IP network Identify common TCP/IP problems. Use Windows NT utilities for diagnosing problems. Troubleshoot an IP network using TCP/IP utilities.

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