Microsoft Windows Server 2003: Network Infrastructure Physical Design II – Internet Connectivity

This course is included in our On-demand training solution.

Overview

To identify the options that provide Internet connectivity within a network infrastructure and the decision criteria involved in using each one

Target Audience

Prospective systems engineers, technical support engineers, and technical consultants seeking competency in Windows Server 2003; systems and network analysts seeking competency in Windows Server 2003

Prerequisites

Experience in implementing and administrating Windows network operating systems; familiarity with directory services, network services, and network applications

Expected Duration

120 min.

Course Objectives

Microsoft Windows Server 2003: Network Infrastructure Physical Design II – Internet Connectivity

  • determine an appropriate Internet connectivity method based on a specific set of network design requirements.
  • select a secure NAT solution for a network.
  • select an appropriate method for connecting a network to the Internet.
  • identify the main features of ISA Server and determine a suitable ISA Server configuration that ensures security for a given scenario.
  • determine an ISA Server configuration that ensures optimum availability and performance in a given scenario.
  • select an appropriate ISA Server configuration for an enterprise based on specific technical and business requirements.
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