LPIC-2: Linux Engineer Exam 202

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Terrence Cox
A veteran of twenty years in Information Technology in a variety of roles. He has worked in development, security and infrastructure well before they merged into what we now call DevOps. He provides training in Linux, VMWare, DevOps (Ansible, Jenkins, etc) as well as containers and AWS topics.

Introduction

Introduction to Linux - How to Get the Most Out of Your Experience

00:13:57

Course Syllabus

00:07:36

Introduction to LPIC-2 and the Exam

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Topic 207: Domain Name Server

207.1 - Basic DNS Server Configuration (DNS Client Configuration and Terms)

00:15:30

207.1 - Basic DNS Server Configuration (BIND Installation - Caching Name Server)

00:15:21

207.1 - Basic DNS Server Configuration (BIND Service Start and rndc Command)

00:20:51

207.2 - Create and Maintain DNS Zones (Configuring for Zones)

00:11:01

207.2 - Create and Maintain DNS Zones (Zone Files and Record Types)

00:10:43

207.2 - Create and Maintain DNS Zones (Finalize /etc/named.conf for Master DNS Server)

00:04:03

207.2 - Create and Maintain DNS Zones (Create Forward and Reverse Zone Files and Testing the Configuration)

00:23:36

207.3 - Securing a DNS Server (Split DNS Configuration for Security)

00:07:51

207.3 - Securing a DNS Server (Running BIND in a Chroot Jail)

00:13:01

207.3 - Securing a DNS Server (DNS Security Tools - Discussion, Keys and Signing a Zone File)

00:11:19

Exercise: Prepare Your System for a Secure DNS Server (chroot Jail Configuration)

01:00:00

Exercise: Create a DNS Server Forward Zone File

01:00:00

Quiz: 207 - Domain Name Server (End of Section Quiz)

Topic 208: Web Services

208.1 - Implementing a Web Server (Apache - Configuration File and Basic Directives)

00:15:28

208.1 - Implementing a Web Server (Enabling Modules - Perl)

00:13:51

208.1 - Implementing a Web Server (Enabling Modules - PHP)

00:06:25

208.1 - Implementing a Web Server (Using Authentication for Security - htpasswd and mod_auth)

00:11:29

208.1 - Implementing a Web Server (Using Authentication for Security - htaccess file)

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208.1 - Implementing a Web Server (Name Based Virtual Hosts)

00:12:20

208.1 - Implementing a Web Server (IP Based Virtual Hosts)

00:09:13

208.2 - Apache Configuration for HTTPS (Generating SSL Signing Requests and Self Signed Certificates)

00:13:13

208.2 - Apache Configuration for HTTPS (Configuring Apache for SSL Certificates)

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208.3 - Implementing a Proxy Server (Squid - Forward Proxy Configuration)

00:12:34

208.3 - Implementing a Proxy Server (Squid - Testing the Service)

00:08:16

208.4 - Implementing Nginx as a Web Server and a Reverse Proxy (Nginx - Installation and Configuration as Web Server)

00:10:03

208.4 - Implementing Nginx as a Web Server and a Reverse Proxy (Nginx - Basic Reverse Proxy Configuration)

00:10:08

Exercise: Implement an Nginx Web Server

01:00:00

Exercise: Create an Nginx Reverse Proxy Configuration

00:30:00

Exercise: Generate Self-Signed SSL Certificates

00:30:00

Quiz: 208 - Web Services

Topic 209: File Sharing

209.1 - SAMBA Server Configuration (Server Installation and Share Configuration)

00:17:32

209.1 - SAMBA Server Configuration (Security and Account Management)

00:10:49

209.1 - SAMBA Server Configuration (Client Configuration and Testing)

00:13:35

209.2 - NFS Server Configuration (NFSv3 Server Installation, Configuration and Testing)

00:23:37

209.2 - NFS Server Configuration (NFSv3 Client Configuration and Share Mounting)

00:15:03

Exercise: Create a SAMBA Share

00:30:00

Exercise: Create an NFS Export File with Permissions

01:00:00

Quiz: 209 - File Sharing (End of Section Quiz)

Topic 210: Network Client Management

210.1 - DHCP Configuration (Overview and Configuration)

00:15:47

210.2 - PAM Authentication (Overview)

00:06:48

210.2 - PAM Authentication (Modules - pam_unix, pam_cracklib, pam_limits and pam_listfile)

00:22:29

210.2 - PAM Authentication (Authentication Order - /etc/nsswitch.conf)

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210.3 - Configuring an OpenLDAP Server (Overview)

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210.3 - Configuring an OpenLDAP Server (Installation and Initial Configuration)

00:16:34

210.3 - Configuring an OpenLDAP Server (LDIF Creation for Adding Objects)

00:15:03

210.4 - LDAP Client Usage (Client Utilities for Searching, Adding and Deleting Records)

00:14:17

Exercise: Secure User Access to VSFTPD Service with PAM Module

01:00:00

Quiz: 210 - Network Client Management (End of Section Quiz)

Topic 211: E-Mail Services

211.1 - Using E-Mail Servers (Overview)

00:07:21

211.1 - Using E-Mail Servers (Postfix Key Configuration Items and Input Files)

00:27:30

211.2 - Managing Local E-Mail Delivery (Rules Based Message Management)

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211.3 - Managing Remote E-Mail Delivery (Dovecot - POP3 and IMAP with TLS Configuration)

00:21:13

Exercise: Deploy and Configure a Postfix E-Mail Server

00:30:00

Exercise: Deploy and Configure a Courier IMAP and POP Server

00:30:00

Quiz: 211 - E-Mail Services (End of Section Quiz)

Topic 212: System Security

212.1 - Configuring a Router (Configuring Linux for Routing and Using IPTables)

00:25:58

212.2 - Securing FTP Servers (Server - vsftpd)

00:21:27

212.2 - Securing FTP Servers (Server - pure-ftpd, proftpd and Active/Passive Connections)

00:15:15

212.3 - Secure Shell (SSH Configuration Options)

00:20:19

212.3 - Secure Shell (SSH Client Tools)

00:15:44

212.3 - Secure Shell (Advanced SSH - Using SSH Keys for Authentication)

00:11:45

212.4 - Security Tasks (Review of Tools, Monitoring and Organizations)

00:10:27

212.5 - IPTables Firewall (Discussion)

00:25:58

Exercise: Generate Public and Private SSH Keys

01:00:00

Exercise: Use Netcat to Set Up a Basic Network Listener to Test System Access

00:30:00

Quiz: 212 - System Security (End of Section Quiz)

Quiz: Course Assessment Exam

Conclusion

Summary and Next Steps

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Details

This course is designed to follow the Linux Professional Institute's Level 2 Exam 2 objectives. Upon completion of this course and with the associated downloadable materials, the student should be prepared to successfully complete the final exam in the LPIC-2 certification. 

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