Networking with Windows Server 2016 (70-741)



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Networking with Windows Server 2016 (70-741)


About This Course

The Networking 70-741 with Windows Server 2016 certification course covers all the important networking skills and knowledge required to support, configure, deploy and design Windows Server 2016 in most of the enterprise IT environments. The course also covers fundamentals of TCP/IP, remote access and advance content like Software Defined Networking.

The Networking 70-741 certification is the first part of the three part series required for passing the MCSA Windows Server 2016 certification exam. The coursework is intelligently designed keeping in mind the concepts and topics covered in the MS 70-741 exam. The course is beneficial for IT people who are looking to upgrade their knowledge about networking with Windows Server 2016 and also for the ones willing to appear for the 70-741 exam.

In addition, the 70-741 exam is aimed towards network administrators looking to reward their existing knowledge as well as learn more about latest networking technologies and functionalities in Windows Server 2016 environment.


Who Should Attend This Course
  • This course is apt for IT professionals with some amount of prior experience in IT environments involving network implementation and operations.
  • It will help professionals learn insights into advanced and core networking technologies within Windows Server 2016.
  • Network administrators looking to upgrade their skills and explore new networking technologies and functionalities in Server 2016 are advised to take up this course.
  • IT professionals looking to appear for the 70-741 exam can also take up this course, since it covers all the essential topics and concepts required to pass this vital exam.

Why This Course

The Networking 70-741 with Windows Server 2016 certification course covers all the important topics and concepts required to pass the 70-741 exam. This includes support, configuration, deployment and designing for Windows Server 2016.

Post the completion of this course, you will:

  • Understand Domain Name System (DNS)
  • Learn to implement IPAM and DHCP
  • Learn to establish remote access and network connectivity
  • Learn to deploy distributed and core network solutions
  • Learn to design advanced network infrastructures

Course Objectives
  • Implement DNS
  • Implement IPAM and DHCP
  • Implement Remote Access and Network Connectivity
  • Implement Distributed and Core Network Solutions
  • Implement an Advanced Network Infrastructure

Course Prerequisites
  • Professionals interested for the Networking 70-7410 course should have prior experience of networking.
  • You should also possess some understanding about tasks pertaining to networking functionalities and features within Windows Server 2016.
  • You also should have some knowledge about DNS, IPAM, DHCP, etc.

Course Benefits


Post the completion of this course, you will:

  • Understand Domain Name System (DNS)
  • Learn to implement IPAM and DHCP
  • Learn to establish remote access and network connectivity
  • Learn to deploy distributed and core network solutions
  • Learn to design advanced network infrastructures

Curriculum


Planning and implementing an IPv4 network

Overview

This section gives a general overview of what to expect in the upcoming Server 2016 70-741 series. It covers topics like intended audience, scope and the specific topics that will be addressed.

IPv4 Networks

This section discusses fundamental networking concepts. It shares several tools which are good for IPv4 foundation. It defines host bits, network bits, subnet masks classes, networking components such as Automatic Private IP Addressing (APIPA), hop counts and also shows how to configure IPv4 settings via the GUI as well as PowerShell.

Implementing DHCP

Implementing DHCP

This section introduces DHCP. It explains what DHCP does, how it happens with the DORA/ROSA process, and how to implement it in Server 2016. It demonstrates how to install the role, how to authorize the DHCP Server and how to create the scope. It also focuses on DHCP policies.

Implementing IPv4 Part 4

This section discusses DHCP with an emphasis on High availability options for DHCP. It also explains DHCP clustering, split scopes, DHCP failovers, load balancing, hot standby and more.

Implementing DHCP IPv6 Scopes

This section discusses DHCP and demonstrates on how to implement DHCPv6.

Implementing IPv6

Implementing IPv6

This section introduces IPv6. It discusses ways to shorten an IPv6 address with leading zero compression and truncation in addition to the basics. It explains three ways that categorize addresses such as unicast, multicast and anycast. It also discusses types of address, how they compare to IPv4 address as well as stressing the importance of understanding prefixes.

Implementing DNS

Implementing DNS

This section introduces Domain Name System (DNS). It walks through the process of how one can enter a Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) and have that address resolve to the associated IP address. It also covers basics such as zones, records and PowerShell Cmdlets.

Implementing DNSSEC

This section covers how security can be enhanced by using DNSSEC. It discusses digital signatures and how they can be used to provide integrity, non-repudiation, and origin verification.

DNS on Nano Server

This section introduces Nano Server. It explains what it is and why it is becoming more popular. It also discusses residual benefits such as reduced cost, smaller environmental footprint and reduced surface attack without sacrificing import core networking services such as DNS.

Implementing and managing IPAM

Implementing and Managing IPAM

This section introduces IPAM. It provides a framework for discovering, auditing, and managing the IP address space of the network. It covers the prerequisites and pre-installation considerations. It also explains how to install IPAM via the GUI and via PowerShell.

Remote access in Windows Server 2016

Remote Access

This section introduces remote access which allows remote connectivity. It walks through using the routing and remote access console. It explains Network Address Translation (NAT) and highlights the various routing types supported.

Implementing DirectAccess

Implementing DirectAccess

This section introduces DirectAccess. It explains what it is, why to implement it. It demonstrates how to set it up and how to use it prior to deployment.

Implementing VPNs

Implementing VPNs

This section explains Virtual Private Networks. It also explains that Windows Server 2016 suppoerts two deployment methods i.e. remote access and site-to-site. It also covers configuration options such as on-demand connections versus persistent connections. It also shows the various protocols available for use to establish the tunnels.

Implementing networking for branch offices

Networking for Branch Offices

This section takes a look at networking solutions for branch offices; specifically implementing Branch Cache and Distributed File System. It demonstrates installing and configuring Brach Cache and Distributed File System.

DFS Extras

This section covers odds and ends pertaining to the Distributed File System. It also covers Distributed File System Replication(DFSR) cmdlets, DFSR delegation, managing DFS databases, and Server Storage Replication.

Configuring advanced networking features

Advanced Networking Features

This section takes a look at advanced networking. It explores and demonstrates NIC Teaming, implementing Server Message Block(SMB), Quality of Service(QoS), Receive Side Scaling(RSS), DCHP Guard, and Router Guard.

Implementing Software Defined Networking

Software Defined Networking

This section explores the concept of Software Defined Networking(SDN) in Microsoft Server 2016. It defines SDN in detail and demonstrates how to implement SDN in Server 2016. It also dives into Network Virtualization which increases the speed of network deployment.

Schedule & Fees


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What are the key benefits of Networking?

Post the completion of this course, you will:

  • Understand Domain Name System (DNS)
  • Learn to implement IPAM and DHCP
  • Learn to establish remote access and network connectivity
  • Learn to deploy distributed and core network solutions
  • Learn to design advanced network infrastructures

Do you have certified trainers onboard?

Yes, every trainer at Tech-Act is certified backed by years of extensive industry experience.

What is the eligibility criteria to enroll for Networking?

  • Professionals interested for the Networking 70-7410 course should have prior experience of networking.
  • You should also possess some understanding about tasks pertaining to networking functionalities and features within Windows Server 2016.
  • You also should have some knowledge about DNS, IPAM, DHCP, etc.

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