Configuring Network Services

FreeBSD 11    |    Beginner
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Optimize your Unix network services! Network services are the system operations and protocols that govern the interaction of the Unix OS with network devices, computers and the internet. They are generally handled by daemons, which are background programs, accessed through the pkg command, and operate at specific system run levels. During this course, you will learn how to configure the IPV 4 and IPV 6 settings that route internet traffic, and install and configure the following servers: the DNS server, a DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol), and the Apache web server.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • describe the concepts of daemons and runlevels
    recognize configuration details for IPv4
    enable IPv4 settings in Unix
    recognize configuration details for IPv6
    enable IPv6 settings in Unix
    use the pkg command to install a DHCP server
  • make configuration changes in DHCP server files
    use the pkg command to install a DNS server
    make configuration changes in DNS server files
    use the pkg command to install the Apache web server
    make configuration changes in Apache server files
    configure IP and common network services

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