Linux LPIC-2 Certification Training
Video training course for the Linux LPIC-2 exam. This course is aimed at intermediate-level Linux engineers and covers more advanced tasks such as performing advanced system administration, including common tasks regarding the Linux kernel, system startup, and maintenance.
LPIC-2 is the second certification in the multi-level professional certification program of the Linux Professional Institute (LPI). The LPIC-2 will validate the candidate's ability to administer small to medium-sized mixed networks.
Linux knowledge is a must-have for network engineers, programmers, and cloud engineers. It's also tested in Cisco and Microsoft exams. This course can be completed on your home computer using a virtual machine and a free Linux distro.
- Exam Codes – 201-450 and 202-450
You must have passed the LPIC-1 exam before you attempt this one.
By the end of this course, you will be able to carry out advanced Linux tasks including:
- Supervise junior engineers and advise about network management and automation
- Perform advanced Management of storage and file systems as well as advanced system security, including firewall and VPN
- Manage network services, including DHCP, DNS, SSH, Web servers, file servers using FTP, NFS, and Samba, email services
- Perform advanced system administration such as managing the Linux kernel, system startup, and maintenance
The LPIC-2 network administrator is considered to be an advanced-level certification. People who possess it can consider careers such as:
- Senior network engineer
- Senior network analyst
- Network security engineer
- Network team leader
- Advanced helpdesk (level 2/3)
Diogo is an assistant professor in the School of Information at the Florida State University, focusing his research on network performance, cybersecurity, disaster recovery techniques for large-scale networks, software-defined networking (SDN) and network function virtualization (NFV). Additionally, he has more than 15 years of industry experience in network and Linux engineering.
He received a Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from the University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, and a M.S. degree in computer engineering from the Federal University of Goias, Brazil. Both his masters and PhD research topics focused on network performance and security.
|Linux CLI Tools
|CLI Tools 2
|Understanding the Linux Kernel
|Compiling a Kernel
|The Linux System Startup
|The Linux System Startup
|The Linux System Startup - Lab
|Managing the Linux Filesystem
|Filesystems Lab 2
|RAID and LVM: Concepts
|Configuring Software RAID
|Lab - Configuring LVM
|Networking in Linux
|Networking and Routing in Linux
|Linux System Maintenance
|DNS Protocol and its Tools
|Configuring Bind DNS
|The Apache Web Server
|Running and Configuring Apache
|Windows File Sharing: Concepts
|Accessing SMB shares
|Client Network Configuration
|The DHCP Protocol
|Configuring a DHCP Server
|SMTP, POP, IMAP
|Lab - Configure SMTP and POP3 Server