Windows 2000 – Network Design: Routing Technologies
This course is included in our On-demand training solution.
To provide an overview of IP routing, multicasting, and Demand-Dial Routing in Windows 2000, and to analyze requirements and design an implementation/monitoring strategy for each service
Students preparing for Microsoft exam 70-221; personnel in medium to very large computing environments that use the Windows 2000 network operating system
Experience in designing network infrastructures in environments that support 200-26,000+ users and 5-150+ physical locations using typical network services and applications including file and print, database, messaging, proxy server or firewall, dial-in server, desktop management, and Web hosting
Windows 2000 – Network Design: Routing Technologieslist the principles of IP routing in Windows 2000 and identify the factors that influence router placement and integration.identify the scenarios where you would use RIP, OSPF, and IGMP in a Windows 2000 routing solution.identify the most appropriate ways of securing router traffic in a given scenario and list the different ways of improving router availability and performance in Windows 2000.develop an IP routing solution to optimize security, availability, and performance.list the main characteristics of multicasting and identify the ways in which Windows 2000 promotes multicasting functionality, security, availability, and performance.list the different ways of implementing multicasting in Windows 2000.select methods and protocols for particular multicasting requirements in Windows 2000.monitor and test a multicasting network in Windows 2000 and identify the correct multicasting solution for a given networking scenario.list the main characteristics of Windows 2000’s demand-dial routing solution.set up and configure demand-dial routing and identify the most suitable demand-dial security and routing table options in Windows 2000.evaluate how a demand dial routing design meets security and functionality requirements in Windows 2000.evaluate, test, monitor, and implement a demand-dial routing solution in Windows 2000.