1 12 NETWORK MANAGEMENT PROJECTS Project 12.1 Project 12.2 Project 12.3 Project 12.4 Understanding Key Concepts Backing Up and Restoring Data Monitoring Computer Activity Configuring SNMP Support
2 276 Networking Basics Project Manual Project 12.1 Overview Outcomes What you ll need Completion time Precautions Understanding Key Concepts Understanding the management process means, in part, understanding terms related to the management process. Understanding the tools and technologies available to you to help with the management process is also important. During this project, you will match various management-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 network management To complete this project, you will need: the following worksheet 20 minutes None The worksheet includes a list of management-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. SMS A. Referring to a device that can be replaced without powering off Full backup B. RAID 1 disk fault tolerant configuration using two hard disks with identical data connected to a single disk controller Incremental backup C. Disk operations waiting to be processed Differential backup D. Microsoft s SNMP-based network management system Disk mirroring E. All management information objects on a network Disk striping with parity F. Emerging ESD software standard MIB G. RAID 1 disk fault tolerant configuration using two hard disks with identical data connected to a separate disk controller Threshold H. Switch between a primary and a redundant server that does not require administrator or operator intervention
3 Network Management 277 NOC I. Backup in which only changed files are backed up and the archive bit is not changed Hot-swappable J. Backup in which only changed files are backed up and the archive bit is reset on each file Disk queue K. Process by which software and updates are distributed automatically to network computers ESD L. Target value used as a reference to determine if an activity or performance counter is out of expected tolerance Automatic failover M. Switch between a primary and a redundant server that requires administrator or operator intervention Manual failover N. RAID 5 disk fault tolerant configuration using three or more hard disks and protecting against the failure of a single disk O. Physically secure location for the storage of network hardware P. Backup in which all data is backed up and the archive bit on each file is reset Project 12.2 Overview Outcomes Backing Up and Restoring Data Your best chance of recovering from a catastrophic system failure is to have a good backup of the data. A critical part of network management is to ensure that critical data is backed up on a regular basis. At times you will need to run additional backups beyond your scheduled backups. For example, some applications and operating systems updates, including many service packs, recommend that you back up your data as the first step in the installation process. During this project, you will simulate setting up backups for a network environment. You will configure a network share to act as the destination for network backups. You will back up selected files, configure regular backups, and restore data from a backup. After completing this project, you will know how to: back up data to a network share configure periodic backups restore backup data
4 278 Networking Basics Project Manual What you ll need Completion time Precautions To complete this project, you will need: the following worksheet a computer running Windows 7 Professional or Windows 7 Enterprise a domain controller running Windows Server 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. 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. Part A: Prepare for Backup In this part, you will prepare to test backup and restore operations. You will need a computer running Windows 7 Professional, or Windows 7 Enterprise and a computer running Windows Server You should log on as an Administrator on both computers. Complete Steps 1 through 7 on the computer running Windows 7 Professional, or Windows 7 Enterprise and Steps 8 through 15 on the computer running Windows Server On the computer running Windows 7 Professional or Windows 7 Enterprise, open the Start menu and select Computer. 2. Open the C: drive. 3. Select New folder. 4. Enter BackupDest as the folder name and press the Enter key. 5. Right-click BackupDest and select Share With. 6. Select Specific People then choose Everyone and Add. 7. For the moment, give Read and Write permission, as full control is not available for security reasons. 8. Once the folder is shared, right-click on it and choose Properties and the Security Tab. Note that giving the above permission to Everyone effectively gave Full Control, as shown in Figure 12-1, and click OK.
5 Network Management Click OK to create the share. Figure 12-1: Configured permission 10. Open BackupDest and verify that the folder is empty. Exit Computer. 11. On the computer running Windows Server 2008, open the Start menu and select Computer. 12. Open the C: drive. 13. Right-click a clear area, and select New and then Folder. Name the folder MySource. 14. Open MySource. 15. Right-click the details pane, and select New and then Text Document. Name the file Sample.txt. 16. Double-click Sample.txt to launch Notepad with the file open. 17. Type the following: This is a sample file for backup. 18. Open the File menu and select Save and Exit. Note: Do not close Computer.
6 280 Networking Basics Project Manual Part B: Backup Data During this part of the project, you will back up data to a shared network location. You will complete Part B on the computer running Windows Server You must have access to the network share on the computer running Windows 7 Professional or Windows 7 Enterprise. To access Backup and Recovery tools for Windows Server 2008, you must install the Windows Server Backup, Command-Line Tools, and Windows Power Shell that are available in the Add Features Wizard in Server Manager. Also note that the new Windows Server Backup utility is for Volume or System Backup, and you can no longer backup individual files. For an individual file, you would use the built in xcopy utility from the Command Prompt. 1. Open the Start menu and point to Administrative Tools and Server Manager. 2. Scroll down to the Features window and Add Features and add Windows Server Backup, Command-line Tools, as shown in Figure Figure 12-2: Add Features Wizard
7 Network Management You will get a warning that you must add Power Shell when you check the Command-line Tools to add, as shown in Figure Figure 12-3: Add Features Required 4. After you select it, click Next and Install. 5. When the Results window opens, close it and exit Server Manager. 6. Open Start/Administrative Tools and select Windows Server Backup, as shown in Figure Figure 12-4: Windows Server Backup
8 282 Networking Basics Project Manual 7. Under Actions, select Backup Once, which opens the Backup Options menu as shown in Figure Figure 12-5: Backup Options 8. Leave Different options selected, and click Next. 9. Select Custom and click Next. 10. Check Local Disk and Enable System Recovery Option, as shown in Figure Figure 12-6: Backup Options
9 Network Management Click Next. 12. Under Specify a Destination Type, choose Remote Shared Folder, click Next to continue. 13. Type \\STUDENT00\BackupDest in the path to the remote shared folder, as shown in Figure Figure 12-7: Backup destination 14. Click Next and maintain the Volume Shadow Copy Service (VSS) Default, then click Next. The Confirmation screen should look like Figure 12-8.
10 284 Networking Basics Project Manual Figure 12-8: Backup Configuration confirmation 15. Click Backup and the Backup progress screen will appear as shown in Figure Figure 12-9: Backup Progress
11 Network Management When the backup is complete, as shown in Figure 12-10, click Close. Figure 12-10: Completed backup Part C: Restore Data During Part C you will restore from a backup and verify that the data is successfully restored. You will complete Part C on the computer running Windows Server You must have access to the network share on the computer running Windows 7 Professional or Windows 7 Enterprise. 1. In Computer, click Folders on the toolbar to open the tree view pane on the left. 2. Expand My Network Places, Entire Network, Microsoft Windows Network, Busicorp, and the computer running Windows 7 Professional, or Windows 7 Enterprise, and select BackupDest. What files, if any, do you see listed? 3. Navigate to C:\MySource. 4. Right-click Sample.txt and select Delete. 5. When prompted to verify your action, click Yes. 6. Launch the Windows Server Backup utility.
12 286 Networking Basics Project Manual 7. Click Recover, as indicated in Figure Figure 12-11: Choosing Recover 8. In the Getting started window, maintain the default This server, as indicated in Figure Figure 12-12: Choosing Server
13 Network Management Select the Backup you just completed from the Backup Date window, then Next, as indicated in Figure Figure 12-13: Backup Date 10. In the Select Recovery Type window choose Files and Folders and then Select Files to Recover and MainServer00/C:, then choose MySource, as indicated in Figure Figure 12-14: Select Items
14 288 Networking Basics Project Manual 11. Click Next and leave the defaults as indicated in Figure Figure 12-15: Recovery Options 12. By default, what will happen if the file already exists? 13. In the recover confirmation Window, click Recover. A Recover dialog box reports progress while the restore is running. 14. When the restore is complete, click Close. 15. In My Computer, check the contents of MySource. Was the file restored? 16. Exit My Computer. Note: Do not exit the Backup utility. Part D: Creating an additional Virtual Hard Drive for storage During Part D, you will configure a server to run periodic backups. You will complete Part D on a computer running Windows Server For this exercise, you will have to add an additional Virtual Hard Disk to your Windows 2008 Server. 1. Log off and shut down your Windows 2008 Server. 2. Open the settings window from the VM menu bar, choose Add and then the Hard Disk in the Hardware Type pop up screen appears, as shown in Figure
15 Network Management 289 Figure 12-16: Adding Hardware from the VM settings window 3. Leave the Create a New Virtual Hard Drive in the Select a Disk Window, click Next, and leave the default SCSI disk selected. 4. Leave the default size and click Next. 5. Leave the default name: Windows Server vmdk, and click Finish. 6. You now have added an additional hard drive for storage to your Windows 2008 Server, as shown in Figure Figure 12-17: VMware Windows 2008 Settings
16 290 Networking Basics Project Manual 7. Restart and log on to your Windows 2008 Server as Administrator. 8. You must now go to Start/Administrative Tools/Computer Manager and choose Disk Management. A warning window will pop up telling that you must initialize your disk, as shown in Figure Figure 12-18: Initializing New Disk 9. Click on the Unallocated Space and Choose to Create a New Simple Volume. Accept all defaults in the New Simple Volume wizard. 10. Now you must format the disk for use in this exercise. Accept all defaults and format your disk, resulting in a new Disk E being available for use in your virtual server. Right-click on your new drive, select Properties, and rename the drive Storage, as shown in Figure
17 Network Management 291 Figure 12-19: New Storage Drive Part E: Manage Backups 1. In the Backup utility, select the Backup Schedule in the Actions pane. 2. In the Getting Started Windows, click Next and leave the default Full Server (Recommended). 3. Click Next. Leave the default Once a Day, and Set the Time for Midnight (12:00 AM). 4. Click Next. Select your new hard disk from the available disks in the Select Destination Disk window as indicated in Figure
18 292 Networking Basics Project Manual 5. What happens? Figure 12-20: Destination Disk 6. Click Yes on the warning, and click Next. 7. In the confirmation window, click Finish. 8. To view your newly created schedule, scroll down in the Windows Server Backup window and select View Details, as indicated in Figure Figure 12-21: View Backup Schedule Details
19 Network Management What are the details listed? 10. Exit the Backup utility and close any open windows on the desktop. Project 2.3 Overview Outcomes What you ll need Completion time Precautions Monitoring Computer Activity An important part of successful network management is careful monitoring. Different operating systems offer monitoring utilities, and several third-party products are available. One flexible tool when using a Windows operating system is the Performance utility. It includes System Monitor, called Performance Monitor on older Windows versions. System Monitor lets you monitor real-time activity. The Performance utility also lets you log selected performance counters and sets alerts based on threshold values. You will work with System Monitor and some monitoring options during this project. After completing this project, you will know how to: monitor server activity monitor a computer from a remote location configure an alert To complete this project, you will need: a computer running Windows Server 2008 a computer running Widows 7 to have completed Project 12.2 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 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. 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. During this project, you will monitor computer activity using System Monitor. You will use one instance of System Monitor to monitor both a local server, the server on which it is running, and a remote computer. Doing so lets you compare the results from two different computers. Monitoring computer activity from two computers allows you to make side-by-side comparisons, and it can also let compare the effect of different activities on different network computers.
20 294 Networking Basics Project Manual You will be using both computers during the project. You should be logged on as an Administrator on the computer running Windows Server At the beginning of this project, there should not be any user logged on at the computer running Windows 7 Professional, or Windows 7 Enterprise. Part A: Launch System Monitor In Part A of the project, you will launch System Monitor and configure the performance counters you want to watch. You will generate activity on the computer running Windows Server 2008 to see the effect. 1. Open the Start menu, point to Administrative Tools, and select Reliability and Performance Monitor. Doing so launches the utility with default performance counters selected in Reliability and Performance Monitor, as shown in Figure Figure 12-22: Reliability and Performance Monitor 2. What are the default resource objects and counters?
21 Network Management Now expand the Monitor Tools in the left-hand pane and select Performance Monitor, as shown in Figure Figure 12-23: Performance Monitor 4. What are the default performance objects and counters? 5. Click on the Green + and find Network Interface as the performance object, expand the options by clicking on the + sign next to Network Interface. Select Bytes Total/sec as the performance counter. Click Add and then OK. 6. Open the Start menu, point to Administrative Tools, and select Active Directory Users and Computers. Observe the performance counters as you open the utility. Exit the utility after it opens. Part B: Configure an Alert During Part B you will configure a performance alert based on a performance counter and threshold value by creating User Defined Data Collection Set. You will complete this part on the computer running Windows Server In the Performance Monitor screen, expand Data Collector Sets and select User Defined. 2. Right-click the details pane and select New and then Data Collector Set. 3. Name the alert Processor Alert and click OK.
22 296 Networking Basics Project Manual 4. Accept the default setting in each window, and in the last window, select Open Properties for this Data Collector Set, and then click Finish. 5. The Processor Alert Properties window opens as shown in Figure Figure 12-24: Processor Alert Properties 6. Click OK. In the Performance window, right-click on the newly created Performance Counter and choose Properties. A Performance Counter Properties window opens to allow you to add features, as shown in Figure
23 Network Management 297 Figure 12-25: Performance Counter Properties 7. Click the Add button and then click on Processor. Scroll down to performance object, %Processor Time and click Add, as shown in Figure Figure 12-26: Completed alert
24 298 Networking Basics Project Manual 8. Right-click on the Processor Alert and click Start. 9. Select Performance Monitor. What did Performance Monitor do while you were creating the alert? 10. Close Reliability and Performance Monitor. Project 12.4 Overview Outcomes What you ll need Completion time Precautions Configuring SNMP Support Network management systems are often used to make it easier for you to monitor, manage, and maintain enterprise networks. Management systems rely on SNMP- and SNMP-compliant devices, which include computers running Windows operating systems. However, SNMP support is not installed by default because of possible security holes if it is not configured properly. An unauthorized management console could be used to collect system information, reconfigure computers, and even install hidden applications. During this project, you will install and configure SNMP support on your domain controller. You are simulating the procedures you would go through to set up for deploying a management system. After completing this project, you will know how to: install SNMP support configure SNMP services To complete this project, you will need: a running Windows Server 2008 Windows Server 2008 installation CD the following worksheet 15 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 your domain controller is part of a larger classroom network, your instructor will provide you with alternate instructions. 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. Part A: Install SNMP In Part A, you will install SNMP, configure the SNMP service, and verify installation. You should be logged on to a computer running Windows Server 2008 as an Administrator.
25 Network Management Open the Start menu, and select Administrative Tools and then Server Manager. If not already expanded, expand your domain. 2. Scroll down to Features/Add Features and select both SNMP Server and SNMP Services. Note that a Warning pops up telling you that you must add the Web Server (IIS) for SNMP to function, as shown in Figure Figure 12-27: Add Role Services Warning 3. Click Add Required Role Services and Install. 4. Click Next, Next, and Next, accepting the defaults and Install. 5. You will receive the Instaltaion Successful screen and then the Server Manager screen showing the Features Installed, as shown in Figure Figure 12.28: SNMP installed
26 300 Networking Basics Project Manual 6. Exit the Server Manager window. 7. Open the Start menu and select Administrative Tools and then Services. 8. Scroll down and locate SNMP Service and SNMP Trap Service. Verify that both services are running. If SNMP Trap is set to manual and not running, start it. Note: Do not exit the Services utility. Part B: Configure SNMP During Part B, you will configure SNMP parameters. 1. Select SNMP Service, right-click it, and select Properties. How is the start-up type configured? 2. Select the Log on tab. What account is configured as the Log on account? 3. Select the Agent tab. Which types of services are identified as managed by this computer (checked)? Note: To view a description of what each service indicates, select that service and press F1. 4. Type your name in the Contact field. 5. Select the Traps tab. Enter Default in the Community name field and click Add to list. 6. Under Trap destinations, click Add. How can you specify a trap desitnation? 7. Click Cancel to close the SNMP Service Configuration dialog box. 8 Select the Dependencies tab. On what services, if any, does SNMP depend? 9. What services, if any, depend on SNMP? 10. Click OK to save the changes and close the properties. 11. Close Services.
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