This course is divided into following major topics:
A- IPv4 & IPv6 in multiple subnets.
B- The use of DNS, DHCP in multiple domains and branch networks.
C- Deep understanding of advance private cloud techniques by practicing Hyper-V Fail-over and replication.
D- IPAM lab to manage IP address, DHCP and DNS in enterprise network.
E- Build network remote access labs by using VPN, DirectAccess and WAP.
F- Set a High availability design for file servers using DFS and FSRM in addition to branch cache.
G- Learn about Network controller, your first step in Microsoft SDN.
I would again like to mention for students directly joining this course, kindly check Course 1 : Set Windows Server 2019 Network, to build your Lab and prepare the infrastructure. In this course we will not teach how we created the virtual environment.
Course contents are as follows:
Section 1 : We will deal with IPv4, Subnets, VLSM, and troubleshooting IPv4 using PowerShell.
Section 2 : We will spend some time with DHCP and learn how to design a DHCP which is going to provide its services to another network through DHCP relay agent, in addition to DHCP fail-over.
Section 3 : Will talk about IPv6, the main Lab is ISATAP, the routing between IPv4 and IPv6 network. Also, learn how to configure IPv6 scope in DHCP.
Section 4 : Advance DNS labs covering different scenarios based on multiple domains, type of records, forwarders, root, stub-zone, zone replications and much more.
Section 5 : IPAM which can be used to ease the management of IP address in enterprise network.
Section 6 : Pretty large topic, we will learn how to build a web application proxy “WAP” with a remote gateway, so our client can use the service of ADFS to access remotely to internal network.
Section 7 : DirectAccess, one of tools available to establish a 24*7 connection with devices currently located on public network.
Section 8 : VPN, learn how to build your Microsoft VPN, supporting it by using radius server and NPS.
Section 9 : Achieve redirection with file server and provide high availability using DFS and FSRM, we will also cover branch cache to learn how to provide offline documents for clients.
Section 10 : We have an advance lab of Hyper-V, where we'll learn nested virtualization and how to provide Hyper-V fail-over and replication to reduce the maintenance time and approach reliable service.
Section 11 : Network controller, the 1st step in Microsoft SDN, a lot of theories and PowerShell to be presented in the installation phase of network controller cluster and nodes.
By finishing this course you will be ready to study the next course which is Windows server 2019 Storage.
- It is highly advisable to attend at least Course 1 from this Windows server 2019 series to build your Network from Scratch. In this course we'll focus on implementing networking skills using our existing Network.
- Have a PC or laptop with 8 - 16 GB Ram to perform Labs smoothly, i5 or i7 CPU support, SSD,64-bit OS.
- You need to have basic knowledge about core networking-infrastructure components like routers and switches.
- Experience working with the Windows client operating systems.
- Experience with VMware, although if you have used any other hypervisor, you won't face any problem.