MikroTik Certified Network Associate MTCNA

La prima certificazione rilasciata da MikroTik è
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MikroTik Certified Network Associate ( MTCNA )


Il corso MTCNA è rivolto a WISP, internet service provider, sistemisti di rete e system integrators per conoscere il sistema MikroTik RouterOS.
La Certificazione MTCNA è alla base del sistema formativo Ufficiale MikroTik ed è indispensabile per accedere ai corsi di approndimento e specializzazione.

Questi gli argomenti che vengono trattati nel corso MTCNA:

Module 1
Introduction
     About MikroTik
     What is RouterOS
     What is RouterBoard
     First time accessing the router
     Winbox and MAC-Winbox
     Webfig and Quickset
     RouterOS command line interface (CLI)
     Null Modem cable
     SSH and Telnet
     New terminal in Winbox/Webfig
     RouterOS CLI principles
     <tab>, double <tab>, “?”, navigation
     command history and its benefits
     Initial configuration (Internet access)
     WAN DHCP-client
     LAN IP address and default gateway
     Basic Firewall – NAT masquerade
     Upgrading RouterOS
     Package types
     Ways of upgrading
     RouterBOOT firmware upgrade
     Manage RouterOS logins
     Manage RouterOS services
     Managing configuration backups
     Saving and reload backup
     Editing export file
     RouterOS license
     Levels
     Updating a license
     Netinstall
     Reinstall RouterOS
     Reset RouterOS
     Sources of additional information
     http://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Manual:TOC
     http://www.tiktube.com/
     http://forum.mikrotik.com/
     Distributor and consultant support
     support@mikrotik.com
     Module 1 laboratory

 

Module 2
Routing
     Routing overview
     Routing concepts
     Route flags
     Static routing
     Creating routes
     Setting default route
     Manage dynamic routes
     Implementing static routing on simple network
     Module 2 laboratory
Module 3
Bridging
     Bridging overview
     Bridge concepts
     Creating bridges
     Adding ports to bridges
     Module 3 laboratory
Module 4
Wireless
     802.11n Concepts
     Frequencies (bands, channels, advanced channels) data-rates /HT chains (Tx power, rx sensitivity, country regulations)
     Legacy 802.11a/b/g stuff
     Setup simple wireless link
     Access Point configuration
     Station configuration
     MAC-address filtering
     Default-authentication
     Access-list
     Connect-list
     Default-forwarding
     Wireless Security and Encryption
     WPA-PSK
     WPA2-PSK
     MikroTik wireless protocols
     NV2 (TDMA) configuration
     Monitoring Tools
     Wireless scan
     Snooper
     Registration table
     Bridge wireless networks
     Station-bridge
     Module 4 laboratory

 

Module 5
Network Management
     ARP
     ARP modes
     RouterOS ARP table
     DHCP server and client
     DHCP client
     Server setup
     Leases management
     DHCP-server network configuration
     RouterOS tools
     E-mail
     Netwatch
     Ping, Traceroute
     Profiler (CPU load)
     Contacting  support@mikrotik.com
     supout.rif, autosupout.rif and viewer
     /system logging and debug logs
     readable configuration (item comments and names)
     network diagrams
     Module 5 laboratory
Module 6
Firewall
     Firewall principles
     Connection tracking and states
     Structure, chains and actions
     Firewall Filter in action
     Filter actions
     Protecting your router (input)
     Protection your customers (forward)
     Basic Address-List
     Source NAT
     Masquerade and src-nat action
     Destination NAT
     dst-nat and redirect action
     Module 6 laboratory

 

Module 7
QoS
     Simple Queue
     Target
     Destinations
     Max-limit and limit-at
     Bursting
     One Simple queue for whole network (PCQ)
     pcq-rate configuration
     pcq-limit configuration
     Monitoring
     Interface traffic monitor
     Torch
     Graphs
     SNMP
     Module 7 laboratory
Module 8
Tunnels
     PPP settings
     ppp profile
     ppp secret
     ppp status
     IP pool
     Creating pool
     Managing ranges
     Assigning to service
     Secure local network
     PPPoE service-name
     Create PPPoE server
     Point-to-point addresses
     Creating PPPoE clients on RouterOS
     Secure remote networks communication
     PPTP client and PPTP server
     SSTP client and SSTP server without certificates
     Setup routes between networks
     Module 8 laboratory

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Alejandro Fala