Professional IT Networking Batch

Introduction to Computer Networking Concept and Networking Technologies. Implement LAN Networking infrastructure. Install essential Network Services using Linux and Windows Server 2012 Servers. Familiar with Network security and management concepts.

This course is specially designed to provide technical knowledge and skills to cope with the requirement of Network Administration occupations of the IT sector. The course will be implemented to ensure at least 70% of total contact hours on practical/hands on skills training or practice and 30% trade/occupations related theory including OHS and soft modules;

c.       The course is designed to meet the required competencies of the occupations needed in the IT labor market in and outside the country.

Resource Person:
Md. Nurul Amin
Coordinator Software Training Program.

Who Can Participate?
Anyone can join who has the interest to work with Professional IT Networking Batch.

No Prerequisit. Any one can get enrolled of this program. But we preffer Computer Science Professionals/IT professionals

Used Tool
  1. Command Prompt
  2. Network and Sharing Center
  3. Network Monitor
  4. Linux
  5. Windows Server 2012
Course Outline

Module 1: Network Basic

  • Generic- Compulsory               

Networking Terminology

Network Categories

Standard Network Models

Physical Network Topologies

Logical Network Topologies


Network Communications Methods

Data Transmission Methods

Media Access Methods

Network Types

Bounded Network Media

Unbounded Network Media

  • Occupation Specific Knowledge(trade theory) –Compulsory

Network Components

Media and Hardware

Ethernet Networks

Wireless Networks

Understanding Wide Area Networks.    

Noise Control

Network Connectivity Devices 

  • Occupation Specific Skills(practical/demonstration)- Compulsory

Module 2: Networking Technology

Generic- Compulsory

Networking Models

Defining Networks with the OSI Model.

TCP/IP Model. 

Understanding Internet Protocol

IP Addressing

Default IP Addressing Schemes

LAN Infrastructure


  • Occupation Specific Knowledge(trade theory) –Compulsory

TCP/IP Addressing and Data Delivery:

TCP/IP Properties and Characteristics

Internet Connections

Common TCP/IP Protocols &Ports

WAN Infrastructure

WAN Transmission Technologies

WAN Connectivity Methods

Voice over Data Transmission   

  • Occupation Specific Skills(practical/demonstration)- Compulsory

 Configure Basic Windows Networking

 Assign IP Addresses       

TCP/IP Commands

TCP/IP Interoperability Services

Delivery Techniques     

Configure Network Perimeters

Sub netting

Create Custom IP Addressing Schemes

Implement IPv6 Addresses        

TCP/IP Services

Using Windows Networking Features

Domain Naming Services        

Virtual LANs

Plan a SOHO Network  


Enable Static Routing

Implement Dynamic IP Routing

Remote Networking

Remote Network Architectures

Remote Access Networking Implementations

Virtual Private Networking

VPN Protocols


Module 3: Network Security

  • Occupation Specific Knowledge(trade theory) –Compulsory

System Security

Computer Security Basics

System Security Tools

Authentication Methods

Encryption Methods

Network Security

Network Perimeter Security

Intrusion Detection and Prevention

  • Occupation Specific Skills(practical/demonstration)- Compulsory

Network Security Threats and Attacks

Network-Based Security Threats and Attacks               

Apply Threat Mitigation Techniques

Educate Users  

Protect Network Traffic Using IPsec


Module 4: NetworkManagement

  • Occupation Specific Knowledge(trade theory) –Compulsory

Network Monitoring

Configuration Management Documentation     

Network Performance Optimization

  • Occupation Specific Skills(practical/demonstration)- Compulsory

Network Troubleshooting

Network Troubleshooting Models  

Network Troubleshooting Utilities

Hardware Troubleshooting Tools

Common Connectivity Issues

Network Tools


Module 5: Linux Administering

  • Generic- Compulsory

Familiarizing Yourself with Linux.

Review the History and Development of Linux

Enter Shell Commands

Get Help Using Linux

Start and Stop Linux       

  •  Occupation Specific Knowledge(trade theory) –Compulsory

 Installing Linux

Prepare for Installation

Identify Phases of the Linux Boot Sequence

Configure GRUB

Install the Operating System

Perform Post-Installation Tasks

  •  Occupation Specific Skills(practical/demonstration)- Compulsory

Managing User and Group Accounts.

Configure User Profiles

Managing Partitions and the Linux File system:

Create Partitions

Navigate through the Linux File system

Manage the File system

Maintain the File system

Managing Files in Linux

Create and Edit Files

Locate Files

Search Text Using Regular Expressions

Apply Filters to Text Streams

Link Files

Back Up and Restore Files.    

Working with Linux Permissions and Ownership

Modify File and Directory Permissions

Modify Default Permissions

Modify File and Directory Ownership

Set Advanced Permissions.  

 Managing Packages

Manage Packages Using RPM

Verify Packages

Upgrade Packages

Configure Repositories

Manage Packages Using YUM

Manage Packages Using the Debian Package Manager

Manage Packages Using Source Files. 

Working with the Bash Shell and Shell Scripts

Perform Basic Bash Shell Operations

Introduction to Shell Scripting

Customize the Bash Shell

Redirect Standard Input and Output

Use Control Statements in Shell Scripts              

Managing System Services

Configure System Services

Monitor System Logs

Configure SELinux                    

Configuring Network Services

Connect to a Network

Configure Routes

Configure Client Network Services

Manage Remote Network Systems.       

Implementing DNS Server.        

DHCP Server.    

FTP, SAMBA Server.

Proxy Server.

Troubleshooting Linux Systems

Troubleshoot System-Based Issues

Troubleshoot Hardware Issues

Troubleshoot Network Connection and Security Issues  


Module 6: Windows Server 2012

 Generic- Compulsory

Introduction to Windows Server 2012   


  • Occupation Specific Knowledge(trade theory) –Compulsory

Deploying and Managing Windows Server 2012:

Implementing IPv4

Overview of TCP/IP

Understanding IPv4 Addressing

Subnetting and Supernetting

Configuring and Troubleshooting IPv4.


  • Occupation Specific Skills(practical/demonstration)- Compulsory

 Implementing DHCP.    

 Implementing DNS.      

 Introduction to Active Directory Domain Services.        

 Working with GPO.       

 Active Directory Users & Groups.          

 Implementing Local Storage

Overview of Storage

Managing Disks and Volumes

Implementing Storage Pools                    

Implementing File and Print Service.      

Popular Windows Network Services and Applications. 

Introduction to Web Server IIS.

Hyper - V        

Backup and Recovery plan