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Overview

Syngress Study Guides guarantee comprehensive coverage of all exam objectives. There are no longer any short cuts or gimmicks that allow candidates to pass Microsoft's new, more rigorous exams. The days of cramming to become a "paper MCSE" are over; candidates must have a full grasp of all core concepts and plenty of hands-on experience to become certified. This book provides complete coverage of Microsoft Exam 70-291 and features one-of-a-kind integration of text, DVD-quality instructor-led training, and Web-based exam simulation and remediation, this study guide&DVD training system gives students 100% coverage of official Microsoft exam objectives plus realistic test prep. The System package consists of:
1) STUDY GUIDE. 800 pages of coverage explicitly organized in the identical structure of Microsoft's exam objectives. Sections are designed to "standalone", allowing readers to focus on those areas in which they are weakest and skim topics they may have already mastered.
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This book and DVD provides complete coverage of Microsoft Exam 70-291 and features one-of-a-kind integration of text, DVD instructor-led training, and Web-based exam simulation that provides students with 100 percent coverage of official Microsoft exam objectives plus realistic test preparation.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780080479248
  • Publisher: Elsevier Science
  • Publication date: 10/22/2003
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 800
  • File size: 38 MB
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Table of Contents

Foreword


Chapter 1 Reviewing TCP/IP Basics


Introduction


Understanding the Purpose and Function of Networking Models


Understanding the Department


Understanding the OSI Model


The Microsoft Model


1.1/1.3 Understanding the TCP/IP Protocol Suite


Layer 1: Network Interface


Layer 2: Internet


Layer 3: Host-to-Host Transport


Layer 4: Application


1.1/1.3 Understanding IP Addressing


Converting from Decimal to Binary


Network ID and Host ID


Class A


Class B


Class C


Class D and Class E


Address Class Summary


Understanding Subnetting


Understanding Subnet Masking


How Bitwise ANDing Works


Default Subnet Mask


Custom Subnet Mask


Public and Private IP Addresses


Understanding Basic IP Routing


Name and Address Resolution


How Packets Travel from Network to Network


Example of a Simple Classful Network


Summary of Exam Objectives


Exam Objectives Fast Track


Exam Objectives Frequently Asked Questions


Self Test


Self Test Quick Answer Key


Chapter 2 Variable Length Subnet Masking and Client Configuration


Introduction


Review of Classful Subnet Masking


Variable Length or Nonclassful (Classless) Subnet Masking


Example of Subnetting a Class A Network


Example of Subnetting a Class B Network


Example of Subnetting a Class C Network


Variable Length Subnetting Summary


Supernetting Class C Networks


Example of Supernetting a Class C Network


4.3.2 The Windows XP/Windows 2000 Routing Table


Adding Routing Table Entries


Removing Routing Table Entries


4.3.2 The Windows Server 2003 Routing Table


Creating Routing Table Entries


Removing Routing Table Entries


Assigning IP Addressing Information to Network Clients


Static IP Addressing


Dynamic IP Addressing


APIPA


Configuring Alternate


Summary of Exam Objectives


Exam Objectives Fast Track


Exam Objectives Frequently Asked Questions


Self Test


Self Test Quick Answer Key


Chapter 3 The Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol


Introduction


1.2 Review of DHCP


1.2.1 DHCP Leases


General Lease Duration Rules


The DHCP Lease Process


Lease Renewal


1.2.1/1.2.4Configuring the Windows


1.2.5/1.4.4 Server 2003 DHCP Server


Installing the DHCP Service


1.2.4 Configuring DHCP Scopes


Configuring DHCP Options


User and Vendor Class Options


1.2.5 Configuring DHCP Reservations


Configuring BOOTP Tables


Configuring Superscopes


Configuring Multicast Scopes


Configuring Scope Allocation of IP Ad


1.2.2/1.4.5Configuring the DHCP Relay Agent


BOOTP versus DHCP Relay


Configuring the DHCP Relay Agent


Integrating the DHCP Server with Dynamic DNS


Dealing with Windows NT 4.0 and Win9x Clients


1.4/1.4.1 Integrating the DHCP Server with Routing and Remote Access


DHCP and RRAS Scenarios


Scenario 1: RRAS Acts as DHCP Server


Scenario 2: RRAS Passes Requests to Another DHCP Server


Scenario 3: Static IP Assigned to User


Integrating DHCP with Active Directory


Authorizing DHCP Servers in the Active Directory


Rogue DHCP Server Detection


1.3.1/1.3.2Understanding Automatic Private IP Addressing (APIPA)


How APIPA Works


Disabling APIPA


1.2/1.4.6 Managing the Windows Server 2003 DHCP Server


1.2.3 Managing the DHCP Server Database


Viewing and Recording DHCP Server Statistics


Delegating DHCP Administration


1.4.3/1.4 DHCP Administrators Group


1.4/1.4.3 1.4.4/5.3/ 5.3.1/5.3.2 DHCP Users Group the Windows Server 2003 DHCP Server


Using the Event Viewer


Using System Monitor


1.4.3 Real World Data Sniffing


1.4.3 Using the DHCP Server Audit Log


Using DHCP Log Files


Client-Side Troubleshooting


Summary of Exam Objectives


Exam Objectives Fast Track


Exam Objectives Frequently Asked Questions


Self Test


Self Test Quick Answer Key


Chapter 4 NetBIOS Name Resolution and WINS


Introduction


Review of NetBIOS Name Resolution


Network Browsing


NetBIOS Name Registration


Standard NetBIOS Name Resolution


NetBIOS Over TCP/IP


Resolving NetBIOS Names to IP Addresses


The NetBIOS Node Types


b-node (Broadcasts)


p-node (Peer-to-peer)


m-node (Mixed)


h-node (Hybrid)


Enhanced h-node


The LMHOSTS file


The Windows Server 2003 Windows Internet Name Server


Overview of WINS


Installing the WINS Servers


Configuring and Managing the WINS Server


Configuring the WINS Client


Possible WINS Clients


WINS Proxy Agent


Network Service Interoperability


WINS and DHCP


WINS and DNS


WINS and RRAS


5.3 WINS and Active Directory


WINS and the Browser Service


WINS and Win9x/NT Clients


5.3/5.3.1/5.3.2 Monitoring and Troubleshooting the Windows Server 2003 WINS Server


WINS System Monitor Objects


Troubleshooting WINS Clients


Troubleshooting WINS Servers


Summary of Exam Objectives


Exam Objectives Fast Track


Exam Objectives Frequently Asked Questions


Self Test


Self Test Quick Answer Key


Chapter 5 Domain Naming System Concepts


Introduction


Review of DNS


Comparing NetBIOS and DNS Naming Conventions


The DNS Namespace


Basic DNS Concepts


DNS Zones


Delegation and Glue Records


DNS Zone Transfer


Host Name Resolution


Order of Host Name Resolution


Recursive Queries


Iterative Queries


Forward Lookups


Reverse Lookups


2.2.3 Windows Server 2003 DNS Server Roles


Standard Primary DNS Servers


Standard Secondary DNS Servers


Caching-only DNS Server


DNS Forwarder and DNS Slave Servers


Dynamic DNS Servers


Aging and Scavenging of Stale Records


DNS Extensions


Windows Server 2003 Active Directory Integrated DNS Servers


Secure Dynamic Updates


Active Directory Integrated Zones


Active Directory Related DNS Entries


Summary of Exam Objectives


Exam Objectives Fast Track


Exam Objectives Frequently Asked Questions


Self Test


Self Test Quick Answer Key


Chapter 6 The Windows Server 2003 DNS Server


Introduction


2.1/2.1.1/2.1.2/2.1.3/2.2/2.2.1/2.2.2 Installing and Configuring the Windows Server 2003 DNS Server


2.1.1 Configuring Your DNS Server


2.1.2 Configuring Your DNS Zones


2.2 Configuring DNS Clients


Using DHCP to Configure DNS Clients


Integrating the Windows


Server 2003 DNS Server with DHCP


DNS Updating Options


DNSUpdateProxy Group


Integrating the Windows Server 2003 DNS Server with WINS


WINS and DNS


Integrating the Windows Server 2003 DNS Server with BIND


2.3 Monitoring the Windows Server 2003 DNS Server


DNS Console


System Monitor


Network Monitor


5.3/5.3.1/5.3.2 Troubleshooting the Windows Server 2003 DNS Server


Logging


Diagnostic Tools


Summary of Exam Objectives


Exam Objectives Fast Track


Exam Objectives Frequently Asked Questions


Self Test


Self Test Quick Answer Key


Chapter 7 Configuring the Windows Server 2003 Routing and Remote Access Service VPN Services


Introduction


Review of Windows Server 2003 Remote Access Concepts


Enabling the Windows Server 2003 Remote Access Service


4.1/4.1.1/4.5.1 Configuring the Windows Server 2003 VPN Server


Supporting Network Infrastructure


PPP Authentication Process and Protocols


VPN Tunneling Protocols


4.5/4.5.1/4.6.2 Configuring the Windows Server 2003 VPN Gateway


Supporting Network Infrastructure


Creating the Demand-Dial Connection


IP Addressing Support for VPN Gateways


Creating the Local and Remote Gateways


Creating the Static Packet Filter


Troubleshooting Windows Server 2003 VPN Services


Summary of Exam Objectives


Exam Objectives Fast Track


Exam Objectives Frequently Asked Questions


Self Test


Self Test Quick Answer Key


Chapter 8 Configuring the Windows 2003 Routing and Remote Access Service LAN Routing, Dial-up Services, and Routing Protocols


Introduction


4.3.3/4.6/4.6.1 Configuring LAN Routing


4.2/4.2.1/4.2.2/4.2.3 Configuring RRAS Packet Filters


4.5.3/4.6.1 Configuring the Windows 2003 Dial-up RAS Server


Configuring the Windows


2003 Dial-up RAS Gateway


PPP Multilink and Bandwidth Allocation Protocol (BAP)


PPP Multilink Protocol


BAP Protocols


4.1.1 Configuring Wireless Connections


Categorizing Wireless Networks


Wireless Security


4.1.3/4.2.5 Configuring Remote Access Policies


4.2.4/4.3 4.3.1/4.3.3 Understanding Router Protocols


RIP


OSPF


IGMP


Configuring Basic Firewall Support


4.2.5/5.3/5.3.1/5.3.2 RRAS NAT Services


ICMP Router Discovery


4.2.5/4.5/4.5.2/4.5.3 Troubleshooting Remote Access Client Connections


5.3/5.3.1/5.3.2 Troubleshooting Remote Access Server Connections


Configuring Internet Authentication Services


Summary of Exam Objectives


Exam Objectives Fast Track


Exam Objectives Frequently Asked Questions


Self Test


Self Test Quick Answer Key


Chapter 9 Security Templates and Software Updates


Introduction


3.1/3.1.1/3.1.2 Security Templates


Types of Security Templates


Network Security Settings


Analyzing Baseline Security


Applying Security Templates


Software Updates


Install and Configure Software Update Infrastructure


Install and Configure Automatic Client Update Settings


Supporting Legacy Clients


Testing Software Updates


Summary of Exam Objectives


Exam Objectives Fast Track


Exam Objectives Frequently Asked Questions


Self Test


Self Test Quick Answer Key


Chapter 10 Monitoring and Troubleshooting Network Activity


Introduction


3.3/5.1 Using Network Monitor


Installing Network Monitor


Basic Configuration


Network Monitor Default Settings


Configuring Monitoring Filters


Configuring Display Filters


Interpreting a Trace


5.2 Monitoring and Troubleshooting Internet Connectivity


NAT Logging


Name Resolution


IP Addressing


3.2/3.3 Monitoring IPSec Connections


IPSec Monitor Console


Network Monitor


netsh


ipseccmd


netdiag


Event Viewer


Summary of Exam Objectives


Exam Objectives Fast Track


Exam Objectives Frequently Asked Questions


Self Test


Self Test Quick Answer Key


Self Test Appendix


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