Windows 2000 – Implementing a Network Infrastructure: Addressing and Naming Services

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Overview

To provide an overview of the Windows 2000 network infrastructure and services, including DHCP, DNS, and WINS

Target Audience

Students preparing for Microsoft exam 70-216; students working in a medium to very large computing environments that use the Windows 2000 network operating system

Prerequisites

Familiarity with the Windows 2000 network operating system

Expected Duration

355 min.

Course Objectives

Windows 2000 – Implementing a Network Infrastructure: Addressing and Naming Services

  • define the functions of DHCP in a TCP/IP network and list the capabilities of the Windows 2000 implementation of DHCP.
  • install and remove a DHCP server.
  • install and authorize a DHCP server.
  • identify scope options and parameters, and configure an IP address scope.
  • configure DHCP functions on a server.
  • configure a DHCP relay agent, specify a server on the receiving subnet, and configure a new interface.
  • integrate DHCP servers with other network services, monitor DHCP-related events, and launch the Jetpack program.
  • summarize the functions and structure of DNS, and outline the processes for DNS integration and replication.
  • install a DNS server and configure DNS.
  • install a DNS server service on a Windows 2000 server and configure a root name server.
  • manage zones and enable automatic updates.
  • convert a primary zone into an Active Directory-integrated zone and enable secure updates.
  • define and protect DNS resource records.
  • add an alias record to a forward lookup zone and add a pointer record to a reverse lookup zone.
  • give a brief account of the DNS troubleshooting tools available with Windows 2000, check for records using the nslookup command, and configure logging on a DNS server.
  • enable query logging and schedule testing.
  • give a brief account of the features and functions of WINS.
  • install WINS and configure a WINS client-server connection, DNS-WINS interoperability, and a WINS proxy.
  • install a WINS service and configure a WINS client.
  • give a brief account of WINS replication partners and configure WINS replication.
  • configure pull replication.
  • compact and back up a WINS database, view WINS entries, and remove a WINS service.
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