The main objective of this Engineers training program is to provide the adequate hands-on skills that can be applicable in campus environments, this training is a hands-on lab work to teach the skills needed to design, build, operate and manage a tertiary education institution’s campus network infrastructure according to current best practices. The participants will be able to:
- Understand Network design principles
- Understand core organizational infrastructure design best practices
- Physical infrastructure (cabling and cabling installation)
- Implement Switching (spanning tree, VLANs, L2 best practices)
- Routing (static routing, OSPF, and BGP)
- IPv4, IPv6 and deploying dual stack infrastructure
- Choosing routers and switches
- Campus security implementation and best practices
- Understand Linux system fundamentals
- Network and system monitoring and management
- Configuration management and automation
- Host and network security
After training, the participants will have opportunity to familiarize themselves with campus network environment with outcome to:
- Understand the best campus network principals and design.
- Understand the practical application of switching and routing.
- Be able to deploy dual stack.
- Be able to understand Linux system basic fundamentals.
- Be able to monitor and manage network.
Be able to automatic configuration and backup
The training workshop is designed for approximately 20-30 participants per track. Each track will have its own registration process and time table. One track will be about campus network design and operation and another track will be system administrator. The expected participants are from education and research institutions system administrator and Network engineers. The training will be conducted in concurrently with collaboration from local trainers and international trainers from NSRC and other NREN.