21 August, 2014 - 22 August, 2014
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol is a network protocol that enables devices to communicate and interact with one another using Internet Protocol. The course covers the essentials of DHCP, interaction between DHCP and DNS, the future of DHCP, and industry best practices. This is a classroom-style course that combines lectures with hands-on labs.
Network Administrators, Network Architect, Network Engineer, CIOs
- Professionals are expected to be familiar with the UNIX environment (file structure, basic utilities) and with text editing in UNIX (vi or nano editor).
Length of Session
Full Syllabus in PDF