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Developed 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.
Features of This Book.
About the CD-ROMs.
Before You Begin.
Chapter and Appendix Overview.
Where to Find Specific Skills.
The Microsoft Certified Professional Program.
Microsoft Certification Benefits.
Requirements for Becoming a Microsoft Certified Professional.
Technical Training for Computer Professionals.
Chapter 1: Introducing Microsoft Windows 2000 Networking.
Lesson 1: The OSI Reference Model.
Lesson 2: Installing and Binding Windows 2000 Network Components.
Chapter 2: Introducing TCP/IP.
Lesson 1: TCP/IP Overview.
Lesson 2: IP Addressing and Subnetting…
Lesson 3: Understanding TCP and UDP.
Chapter 3: Implementing TCP/IP.
Lesson 1: Installing and Configuring TCP/IP.
Lesson 2: Using the Windows 2000 TCP/IP Tools.
Chapter 4: NetWare Networking with Windows 2000.
Lesson 1: Introducing IPX and NWLink.
Lesson 2: Using the Windows 2000 NetWare Clients.
Chapter 5: Implementing the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol.
Lesson 1: Introducing DHCP.
Lesson 2: Using the DHCP Server.
Lesson 3: Administering DHCP.
Lesson 4: Troubleshooting DHCP.
Chapter 6: Routing IP.
Lesson 1: Understanding IP Routing.
Lesson 2: Routing with RRAS.
Lesson 3: Using Dynamic Routing Protocols.
Chapter 7: Understanding the Domain Name System.
Lesson 1: IP Host Naming and DNS.
Lesson 2: Resolving Host Names with DNS.
Lesson 3: Planning a DNS Implementation.
Chapter 8: Using the Windows 2000 DNS Server.
Lesson 1: Installing and Configuring Windows 2000 DNS.
Lesson 2: Working with Zones.
Lesson 3: Working with Resource Records.
Lesson 4: Configuring Zone Transfers.
Lesson 5: Monitoring and Troubleshooting DNS.
Chapter 9: Implementing Windows Internet Name Service.
Lesson 1: Introducing NetBIOS.
Lesson 2: WINS Name Registration and Resolution.
Lesson 3: Implementing WINS.
Lesson 4: Configuring WINS Replication.
Chapter 10: Securing Network Protocols.
Lesson 1: Using Packet Filters.
Lesson 2: Using IPsec.
Lesson 3: Deploying IPsec.
Chapter 11: Using the Remote Access Service.
Lesson 1: Introducing the Remote Access Service.
Lesson 2: Configuring a Remote Access Server.
Lesson 3: Managing Remote Access Security.
Lesson 4: Virtual Private Networking.
Chapter 12: Using Network Address Translation.
Lesson 1: Introducing NAT.
Lesson 2: Installing and Configuring NAT.
Lesson 3: Installing Internet Connection Sharing.
Chapter 13: Implementing Certificate Services.
Lesson 1: Introducing Certificates
Lesson 2: Installing and Configuri.ng Microsoft Certificate Services.
Lesson 3: Managing Certificates.
Chapter 14: Monitoring Network Activity.
Lesson 1: Monitoring Windows 2000 Activity.
Lesson 2: Monitoring Network Services.
Lesson 3: Using Network Monitor.
APPENDIX: Questions and Answers.