LLC406: OpenLDAP Server Administration

Overview
LLC406 Open LDAP Server Administration is an intensive course that provides four days of instruction and labs on cross-platform integration of Open LDAP services to provide authentication for information services across the enterprise

Pre-Requisites
RHCE Level knowledge is essential for a clear understanding of this training.

Target Audience
The Network Administrators who need to provide enterprise-wide authentication or who desire training in the management of LDAP based directory services and customization of Linux authentication. The Network Administrators who have completed RHCE Certification and look towards higher level Linux skills.

Duration: 4 days (Full-time)

Training Fee: Rs.30,000/- (Plus Service Tax)

30,000.00 Add to cart



Course Outline

Introduction to Directory Services
-What is a Directory?
-LDAP: Models, Schema, and Attributes
-Object ClassesThe LDAP Naming Model
-Directory Information Trees and Distinguished Names
-Naming Suffixes
-Planning the Directory Hierarchy

OpenLDAP Directory Server: Basic Configuration
-Installation OpenLDAP Directory Server
-LDIF
-Logging and Indexing

OpenLDAP Directory Server: Authentication & Security
-Configuring TLS Security
-Using Access Control Lists
-slapadd

Searching and Modifying the LDAP Directory
-Searching the Directory
-Updating the Directory
-Graphical LDAP Client Utilities

Linux User Authentication with NSS and PAM
-Understanding Authentication and Authorization
-Name Service Switch (NSS)
-Advanced PAM Configuration

Centralized User Authentication with LDAP
-Central Account Management with LDAP
-Migrate Existing Data into an LDAP Server
-LDAP User Authentication
-autofs with LDAP Integration

Kerberos and LDAP
-Introduction to Kerberos
-Configuring the KDC and Clients
-Configuring LDAP to Support Kerberos

Directory Replication
-Replication in LDAP
-Master and Slave Configuration
-Planning for Directory Server Availability

Authenticating Windows Clients
-Windows Networking Overview
-Configuring a Samba PDC Using LDAP

Windows Domain Authentication and Linux Clients
-Active Directory Servers
-Linux as a Client
-Active Directory and Linux Clients