Planning, Implementing, and Maintaining Network Infrastructure
This course is included in our On-demand training solution.
To identify the basic components and design criteria of a network infrastructure
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
Experience in implementing and administrating Windows operating systems; familiarity with directory and network services; certification on the Microsoft Windows 2000 platforms
Planning, Implementing, and Maintaining Network Infrastructuredetermine the design criteria involved in choosing a suitable namespace strategy for an enterprise.determine an appropriate DNS replication strategy for an enterprise.select an appropriate DNS security mechanism for an enterprise network, taking into account performance and availability requirementsdesign DNS replication and forwarding for an enterprise, based on a specific set of requirementsidentify the impact of WINS on a network infrastructure and determine a suitable WINS design for a given scenariodetermine a secure WINS data replication strategy for a network.select an appropriate WINS solution for a network.distinguish between the methods for implementing and configuring IP addressing and determine a suitable IP addressing scheme for an enterprise in a given scenariodetermine an appropriate routing infrastructure and protocol for a networkdesign a routing and a remote access solution and plan the IP addressing scheme for a Windows Server 2003 network