Kamis, 24 November 2016

Download Ebook Linux Networking PDF

Deskripsi
Download Ebook Linux Networking PDF - Buku ini ditujukan untuk administrator Linux pemula dan mungkin juga menarik untuk pengguna rumahan yang ingin tau tentang sistem Linux yang digunakanya. Buku ini adalah buku jaringan sistem Linux dan bukan buku tentang Desktop seperti browser, multimedia dan sebagainya.


Judul buku: Linux Networking
Bahasa: Inggris
Tebal: 294 halaman
Format buku: PDF
Software: Sumatra PDF Reader
Ukuran: 5.82MiB

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Daftar Isi

I. network management

1. general networking

  • 1.1. network layers
  • 1.2. unicast, multicast, broadcast, anycast
  • 1.3. lan-wan-man
  • 1.4. internet - intranet - extranet
  • 1.5. tcp/ip


2. interface configuration

  • 2.1. to gui or not to gui
  • 2.2. Debian nic configuration
  • 2.3. RHEL nic configuration
  • 2.4. ifconfig
  • 2.5. ip
  • 2.6. dhclient
  • 2.7. hostname
  • 2.8. arp
  • 2.9. route
  • 2.10. ping
  • 2.11. optional: ethtool
  • 2.12. practice: interface configuration
  • 2.13. solution: interface configuration


3. network sniffing

  • 3.1. wireshark
  • 3.2. tcpdump
  • 3.3. practice: network sniffing
  • 3.4. solution: network sniffing


4. binding and bonding

  • 4.1. binding on Redhat/Fedora
  • 4.2. binding on Debian/Ubuntu
  • 4.3. bonding on Redhat/Fedora
  • 4.4. bonding on Debian/Ubuntu
  • 4.5. practice: binding and bonding
  • 4.6. solution: binding and bonding


5. ssh client and server

  • 5.1. about ssh
  • 5.2. log on to a remote server
  • 5.3. executing a command in remote
  • 5.4. scp
  • 5.5. setting up passwordless ssh
  • 5.6. X forwarding via ssh
  • 5.7. troubleshooting ssh
  • 5.8. sshd
  • 5.9. sshd keys
  • 5.10. ssh-agent
  • 5.11. practice: ssh
  • 5.12. solution: ssh


6. introduction to nfs

  • 6.1. nfs protocol versions
  • 6.2. rpcinfo
  • 6.3. server configuration
  • 6.4. /etc/exports
  • 6.5. exportfs
  • 6.6. client configuration
  • 6.7. practice: introduction to nfs


7. introduction to networking

  • 7.1. introduction to iptables 
  • 7.2. practice : iptables 
  • 7.3. solution : iptables 
  • 7.4. xinetd and inetd 
  • 7.5. practice : inetd and xinetd 
  • 7.6. network file system 
  • 7.7. practice : network file system 


II. apache and squid

8. apache web server

  • 8.1. introduction to apache 
  • 8.2. port virtual hosts on Debian 
  • 8.3. named virtual hosts on Debian 
  • 8.4. password protected website on Debian 
  • 8.5. port virtual hosts on CentOS 
  • 8.6. named virtual hosts on CentOS 
  • 8.7. password protected website on CentOS 
  • 8.8. troubleshooting apache 
  • 8.9. virtual hosts example 
  • 8.10. aliases and redirects 
  • 8.11. more on .htaccess 
  • 8.12. traffic 
  • 8.13. self signed cert on Debian 
  • 8.14. self signed cert on RHEL/CentOS 
  • 8.15. practice: apache 


9. introduction to squid

  • 9.1. about proxy servers 
  • 9.2. installing squid 
  • 9.3. port 3128 
  • 9.4. starting and stopping 
  • 9.5. client proxy settings 
  • 9.6. upside down images 
  • 9.7. /var/log/squid 
  • 9.8. access control 
  • 9.9. testing squid 
  • 9.10. name resolution 


III. dns server

10. introduction to DNS

  • 10.1. about dns 
  • 10.2. dns namespace 
  • 10.3. caching only servers 
  • 10.4. authoritative dns servers 
  • 10.5. primary and secondary 
  • 10.6. zone transfers 
  • 10.7. master and slave 
  • 10.8. SOA record 
  • 10.9. full or incremental zone transfers 
  • 10.10. DNS cache 
  • 10.11. forward lookup zone example 
  • 10.12. example: caching only DNS server 
  • 10.13. example: caching only with forwarder 
  • 10.14. example: primary authoritative server 
  • 10.15. example: a DNS slave server 
  • 10.16. practice: dns 
  • 10.17. solution: dns 


11. advanced DNS

  • 11.1. example: DNS round robin 
  • 11.2. DNS delegation 
  • 11.3. example: DNS delegation 
  • 11.4. example: split-horizon dns 
  • 11.5. old dns topics


IV. dhcp server

12. introduction to dhcp

  • 12.1. four broadcasts 
  • 12.2. picturing dhcp 
  • 12.3. installing a dhcp server 
  • 12.4. dhcp server for RHEL/CentOS 
  • 12.5. client reservations 
  • 12.6. example config files 
  • 12.7. older example config files 
  • 12.8. advanced dhcp 
  • 12.9. Practice: dhcp 


V. iptables firewall

13. introduction to routers

  • 13.1. router or firewall 
  • 13.2. packet forwarding 
  • 13.3. packet filtering 
  • 13.4. stateful 
  • 13.5. nat (network address translation) 
  • 13.6. pat (port address translation) 
  • 13.7. snat (source nat) 
  • 13.8. masquerading 
  • 13.9. dnat (destination nat) 
  • 13.10. port forwarding 
  • 13.11. /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward 
  • 13.12. /etc/sysctl.conf 
  • 13.13. sysctl 
  • 13.14. practice: packet forwarding 
  • 13.15. solution: packet forwarding 


14. iptables firewall

  • 14.1. iptables tables 
  • 14.2. starting and stopping iptables 
  • 14.3. the filter table 
  • 14.4. practice: packet filtering 
  • 14.5. solution: packet filtering 
  • 14.6. network address translation 


VI. Introduction to Samba

15. introduction to samba

  • 15.1. verify installed version 
  • 15.2. installing samba 
  • 15.3. documentation 
  • 15.4. starting and stopping samba 
  • 15.5. samba daemons 
  • 15.6. the SMB protocol 
  • 15.7. practice: introduction to samba 


16. getting started with samba

  • 16.1. /etc/samba/smb.conf 
  • 16.2. /usr/bin/testparm 
  • 16.3. /usr/bin/smbclient 
  • 16.4. /usr/bin/smbtree 
  • 16.5. server string 
  • 16.6. Samba Web Administration Tool (SWAT) 
  • 16.7. practice: getting started with samba 
  • 16.8. solution: getting started with samba 


17. a read only file server

  • 17.1. Setting up a directory to share 
  • 17.2. configure the share
  • 17.3. restart the server 
  • 17.4. verify the share 
  • 17.5. a note on netcat 
  • 17.6. practice: read only file server 
  • 17.7. solution: read only file server 


18. a writable file server

  • 18.1. set up a directory to share 
  • 18.2. share section in smb.conf 
  • 18.3. configure the share 
  • 18.4. test connection with windows 
  • 18.5. test writing with windows 
  • 18.6. How is this possible ? 
  • 18.7. practice: writable file server 
  • 18.8. solution: writable file server 


19. samba first user account

  • 19.1. creating a samba user 
  • 19.2. ownership of files 
  • 19.3. /usr/bin/smbpasswd 
  • 19.4. /etc/samba/smbpasswd 
  • 19.5. passdb backend 
  • 19.6. forcing this user 
  • 19.7. practice: first samba user account 
  • 19.8. solution: first samba user account 


20. samba authentication

  • 20.1. creating the users on Linux 
  • 20.2. creating the users on samba 
  • 20.3. security = user 
  • 20.4. configuring the share 
  • 20.5. testing access with net use 
  • 20.6. testing access with smbclient 
  • 20.7. verify ownership 
  • 20.8. common problems 
  • 20.9. practice : samba authentication 
  • 20.10. solution: samba authentication 


21. samba securing shares

  • 21.1. security based on user name 
  • 21.2. security based on ip-address 
  • 21.3. security through obscurity 
  • 21.4. file system security 
  • 21.5. practice: securing shares 
  • 21.6. solution: securing shares 


22. samba domain member

  • 22.1. changes in smb.conf  
  • 22.2. joining an Active Directory domain  
  • 22.3. winbind 
  • 22.4. wbinfo 
  • 22.5. getent 
  • 22.6. file ownership 
  • 22.7. practice : samba domain member 


23. samba domain controller

  • 23.1. about Domain Controllers 
  • 23.2. About security modes 
  • 23.3. About password backends 
  • 23.4. [global] section in smb.conf 
  • 23.5. netlogon share 
  • 23.6. other [share] sections 
  • 23.7. Users and Groups 
  • 23.8. tdbsam
  • 23.9. about computer accounts 
  • 23.10. local or roaming profiles 
  • 23.11. Groups in NTFS acls 
  • 23.12. logon scripts 
  • 23.13. practice: samba domain controller 


24. a brief look at samba 4

  • 24.1. Samba 4 alpha 6 


VII. ipv6

25. Introduction to ipv6

  • 25.1. about ipv6 
  • 25.2. network id and host id 
  • 25.3. host part generation 
  • 25.4. ipv4 mapped ipv6 address  
  • 25.5. link local addresses 
  • 25.6. unique local addresses 
  • 25.7. globally unique unicast addresses 
  • 25.8. 6to4 
  • 25.9. ISP 
  • 25.10. non routable addresses 
  • 25.11. ping6 
  • 25.12. Belgium and ipv6 
  • 25.13. other websites  
  • 25.14. 6to4 gateways 
  • 25.15. ping6 and dns 
  • 25.16. ipv6 and tcp/http 
  • 25.17. ipv6 PTR record 
  • 25.18. 6to4 setup on Linux 


VIII. Appendix

  • A. License 


Index

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