You'll learn the advanced administration knowledge and techniques necessary to single-handedly install, maintain and troubleshoot small and medium sized networks using Linux. You won't just learn about administering Linux-powered networks, but you'll also get a deep understanding of controlling and configuring the networking protocols that medium-sized networks depend on.
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0 PRACTICE EXAMS
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Linux Engineer LPIC-2 (201-400 & 202-400) FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
This training is applicable to any systems administrator or network administrator, but it's particularly helpful for administrators who work on Linux networks. Linux is a versatile tool that can enhance and extend many networks, so learning it is even valuable for administrators who don't use the OS yet.
No, this LPIC-2 training isn't associated with a certification. It was originally designed to help learners prepare for exams 201-400 and 202-400, the tests necessary to earn LPIC-2 from the Linux Professional Institute. LPI retired the exams, but what you learn in this course is still extremely useful.
Although you can't take the version of the tests that this course was originally designed for, you should still aim to earn LPIC-2 after this course. The vast majority of the administration knowledge and technical skills you'll learn are still important and can help you earn the cert.
You should take this course because of how powerful and versatile an OS Linux is. Most networks that aren't running Linux already could be faster, more secure or more efficient if someone on the administration team just understood enough to implement it. You can be that person with this training.