The Build a free and complete Linux learning environment course is designed for Linux beginners who need a practice environment and intermediate users who want to study more advanced topics.
In this course we will:
You will find attached files with all download links and all settings used in the Virtual Machines.
The Lab should be up&running in about 6 hours, including download and OS install time.
By the end of the course you will have a complete Linux Lab and new Linux skills!
Install VirtualBox in the Windows Operating System.
Install VirtualBox in the OS X Operating System.
Install VirtualBox in the Linux Operating System.
Configure the Internet connection for Ubuntu both in NAT and Bridge mode.
Configure the Internet connection for Debian both in NAT and Bridge mode.
Configure the Internet connection for CentOS both in NAT and Bridge mode.
Overview of why we need remote access from a separate terminal.
Configure the management interface for Debian.
Configure the management interface for CentOS.
SSH access when Linux or OS X is the host operating system.
Overview of VM to VM connectivity benefits.
Configure Ubuntu for VM to VM connectivity.
Configure Debian for VM to Vm connectivity.
Configure CentOS for VM to VM connectivity.
Overview of what we have accomplished.
I am a Security Consultant for a major Mobile Operator in Bucharest, Romania.
I worked as a Core Packet Switch Engineer, Network Engineer and Linux Administrator.
I also teach CCNA R&S and Linux LPI 1 courses at a major Cisco Gold Partner Academy.
The positions I occupied allowed me to work with Routers, Switches, Firewalls, Load-balancers, Gateway GPRS Support Nodes, Serving GPRS Support Nodes, Packet Data Network Gateways and Serving Gateways and interact with different vendors like Cisco, Juniper, F5, Citrix, Infoblox and Huawei.
My certifications include:
CCNA Routing and Switching