Linux: Network Client Management (LPIC-2)
Providing network clients with an IP Address on the network via DHCP is essential to any communication. This course will cover this topic as well as provisioning user accounts to clients with openLDAP.
What you'll learn
Providing network clients with an IP Address on the network via DHCP is essential to any communication. In this course, Linux: Network Client Management (LPIC-2), you will start by learning to configure DHCP, an essential service on any network. You will learn to be able to compare both DNSMasq and the ISC DHCP Servers. Next, you will explore how to unify user accounts in a central identity vault, providing greater security and ease of management. You will also see how to authenticate web and Linux users to the LDAP directory. Finally, you will learn to extend Linux authentication to LDAP by implementing SSSD to choose users from more than one LDAP domain. By the end of this course, you will attain the skills to further yourself in today's connected world.