Windows Server 2003: Planning the Network Infrastructure

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

Overview

To describe the decisions and considerations for planning a network and Internet connectivity strategy

Target Audience

Systems engineers, systems analysts, IT consultants, and support professionals tasked with planning and maintaining a Windows Server 2003 network infrastructure; learners preparing for certification in the Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) program

Prerequisites

Experience in implementing and administrating Windows network operating systems with network services, and a proficient working knowledge of networking concepts

Expected Duration

220 min.

Course Objectives

Windows Server 2003: Planning the Network Infrastructure

  • determine the appropriate network protocol services in a given scenario.
  • determine the logical components of a TCP/IP addressing scheme.
  • determine the components of a subnet scheme.
  • determine the components of an IP routing solution in a given scenario.
  • identify appropriate troubleshooting strategies for common TCP/IP problems.
  • create a TCP/IP connectivity plan.
  • identify the appropriate Internet connection methods in a given scenario.
  • recognize the considerations for implementing a NAT solution for a network.
  • determine a suitable ISA server configuration in a given scenario.
  • identify appropriate troubleshooting steps and causes for common Internet connection problems.
  • plan the components of an Internet connectivity solution for a given network environment.
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