New Training: Implement DHCP and IPAM in Windows Server
In this 24-video, intermediate training, CBT Nuggets trainer Keith Barker covers the knowledge systems administrators need to use Microsoft’s built-in suite of tools for IP address management that provide you with control over your IP address infrastructure.
Not every network depends on a carefully managed IP address infrastructure. But that only means that when it is necessary, the skill required to provide one is all the more valuable. Microsoft provides an integrated suite of tools for deploying, managing and monitoring an IP address infrastructure in Microsoft IP Address Management (IPAM), and with this training you can see just how much of the work that goes into maintaining lists of issued, static IP addresses it automates and controls for you.
A network administrator who deals with Microsoft Server for handling static IP addresses, knowing how to implement the DHCP services and IPAM tool Microsoft has already built in will be invaluable.
The three-part series covers topics such as maintaining a positive account of IPv4 and IPv6 address space usage, planning and allocating address spaces automatically, and restricting unauthorized accesses with RBAC.
Watch a video from the series:
The skills that comprise this series include:
- Install and Configure DHCP in Windows Server
- Manage DHCP in Windows Server
- Maintain IPAM in Windows Server
Topics this training covers include:
- DHCP Policies
- DHCP Options
- DHCP Relay Verification and Troubleshooting
- IPAM Overview and Installation
- DHCP Super and Multicast Scopes
This training includes:
- 6 hour of training
- 24 videos