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The v2.0.DRAFT materials are available to review at [http://www.obriain.com/training/GNULinux_Networking/Open-Networks_v2.0.-DRAFT.pdf FTA Open Networks v2.0.DRAFT]
Revision as of 23:36, 25 April 2015
Open Networks v2.0
The Open Networks Course originally developed by UOC/Enric Peig Olivé as PID_00164576 had become dated. I have undertaken a project to re-develop the course.
The course module itself is described already in the FTA Network Technologies course module.
The v2.0.4 DRAFT materials are available to review at FTA Open Networks v2.0.4 DRAFT
The v2.0.2 DRAFT source material is available to at FTA Open Networks v2.0.2 source DRAFT materials
Whats in the new course
Networking Device This section looks at using the Raspberry Pi as a device for use throughout the course. It goes through building the device and the setup of //mactelnet// to allow use without a keyboard and monitor.
Network Simulation Introduction to the Common Open Research Emulator (CORE).
Networking Introduction to Network Administration, TCP/IP (TCP/IP suite), Physical network devices (hardware), the GNU/Linux interface and TCP/IP Concepts.
Switching Bridging and Switching, Spanning Tree Protocol, Virtual LANs (VLANs), GNU/Linux as a Service Provider bridge.
Internet Protocol GNU/Linux IP networking (iproute2), Internet Protocol v6 (IPv6).
Routing Introduction to Routing, Open Shortest Path First (OSPF), Quagga.
Wireless LANs Configuration of a WiFi network on GNU/Linux.
Virtual private network (VPN) IPv4 OpenVPN tunnel, IPv6 OpenVPN tunnel, SSH VPN.
IP Telephony Audio Streams, Voice Quality Factors, The SIP Protocol and Server Functions, IPT and the PSTN, FOSS Implementations.
IP Services Configuration of inetd or xinetd, Other network services, DHCP, IP Masquerade.
Software Defined Networking SDN operation, SDN Controllers, SDN Applications, Using Mininet to experment with SDN, OpenFlow, OpenDaylight, Networks Function Virtualisation, OPNFV.