INB-EDU-AAC-01

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Advanced Administration Class (CICE)

The Infoblox Advanced Administration Class (AAC) is an intensive two-day hands-on technical course exploring some of the advanced architectural and deployment options of the NIOS appliances.

Målgrupp

System Administrators, Network Administrators

Förkunskaper

Please note that only those who have achieved CICA status will be accepted into this course.

Course Objectives


This course is required for achieving Certified Infoblox Core Engineer (CICE) status.

Course Content

Module 1: Administration Authentication & Lab

Overview of External Authentication
Authentication via RADIUS
Authentication via Active Directory
Building Local User Accounts

Module 2: Advanced DHCP Options

Overview of Custom Options
Configuration of Custom Option Spaces
Configuration of Option Filters Using the Vendor Class Identifier (Option 60)

Module 3: Dynamic DNS

How DDNS Functions with DHCP
The use of DHCP (Option 81)

Module 4: DNSSEC

What is DNSSEC and What Does It Do
How Does DNSSEC Work
What Are the New DNS Changes With DNSSEC
What is the DNSSEC Concept of "Trust"

Module 5: DNS Anycast

Infoblox Implementation of Anycast
How to Configure an Appliance to Use Anycast
Configure an Anycast IP Address
Configure the Appliance to Use OSPF
Activate Anycast DNS Services


Module 6: Staged Upgrades

The Staged Upgrade Process
How to Configure and Schedule Upgrade Groups

Module 7: HA and Grid Communication

Overview of High Availability (HA)
Infoblox’s Implementation of the Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP)
HA Issues and Behavior Overview of the Grid
Grid Communication
Grid Disaster Recovery

Module 8: DHCP Failover

What is DHCP Failover
What are the Advantages of DHCP Failover
How DHCP Failover Works

Module 9: Best Practices

Grid Best Practices Läs mer

Course Objectives


This course is required for achieving Certified Infoblox Core Engineer (CICE) status.

Course Content

Module 1: Administration Authentication & Lab

Overview of External Authentication
Authentication via RADIUS
Authentication via Active Directory
Building Local User Accounts

Module 2: Advanced DHCP Options

Overview of Custom Options
Configuration of Custom Option Spaces
Configuration of Option Filters Using the Vendor Class Identifier (Option 60)

Module 3: Dynamic DNS

How DDNS Functions with DHCP
The use of DHCP (Option 81)

Module 4: DNSSEC

What is DNSSEC and What Does It Do
How Does DNSSEC Work
What Are the New DNS Changes With DNSSEC
What is the DNSSEC Concept of "Trust"

Module 5: DNS Anycast

Infoblox Implementation of Anycast
How to Configure an Appliance to Use Anycast
Configure an Anycast IP Address
Configure the Appliance to Use OSPF
Activate Anycast DNS Services


Module 6: Staged Upgrades

The Staged Upgrade Process
How to Configure and Schedule Upgrade Groups

Module 7: HA and Grid Communication

Overview of High Availability (HA)
Infoblox’s Implementation of the Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP)
HA Issues and Behavior Overview of the Grid
Grid Communication
Grid Disaster Recovery

Module 8: DHCP Failover

What is DHCP Failover
What are the Advantages of DHCP Failover
How DHCP Failover Works

Module 9: Best Practices

Grid Best Practices
Infoblox DNS Best Practices
Infoblox DHCP and DHCP Failover Best Practices

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Kurs-ID: INB-EDU-AAC-01
Längd: 2 dagar
Pris exkl moms: 18 500 kr
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