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  • 1. CREATE Training 1/10/2009 Network Applications
  • 2. Agenda
    • Welcome and Introductions
    • Networking Academy Updates
    • Network Applications and the Cisco Networking Academy Curriculum
    • Windows Server 2003 – Overview
    • Setup Windows Server 2003 in a classroom using Virtual PC
    • Configuring Network Applications
      • DHCP
      • DNS
      • HTTP
      • EMAIL
      • FTP
  • 3. CREATE TEAM
  • 4. CREATE TEAM
    • Karen Staton
      • College of Canyons
    • Angel Cardenas
      • Santa Barbara City College
  • 5. Facilities
    • Restrooms
    • Coffee
    • Parking
    • Cell phones
    • Lunch
  • 6. ACADEMY UPDATES
    • Karen Staton
  • 7. Network Applications and the Cisco Networking Academy curriculum
  • 8. Services Needed for Labs inside of Discovery and Exploration
    • Network Applications:
      • DHCP DNS
      • FTP TFTP
      • HTTP HTTPS
      • SSH Telnet
      • SMTP POP3
      • IMAP SNMP
  • 9. Additional Software Needed for Labs inside of Discovery and Exploration
    • Protocol Analyzer, Sniffer
      • Wireshark (http://wireshark.org)
    • Network Scanner
      • nmap
      • GFI LANguard
    • Office Suite
      • MS Office, Open Office
    • MS Visio
  • 10. Advantages of a Server in a Classroom
    • Teaching Tool
    • Host curriculum
    • File storage
  • 11. How to Obtain Software
    • Evaluation Software
    • MSDN Academic Alliance
      • “ Get your students and faculty the software that they need”
      • http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/academic/default.aspx
  • 12. Windows Server
    • Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2 Enterprise Edition VHD
      • http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=77f24c9d-b4b8-4f73-99e3-c66f80e415b6&displaylang=en
    • Windows Server 2008 Standard
      • http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=B6E99D4C-A40E-4FD2-A0F7-32212B520F50&displaylang=en
    • Windows Server 2008 Evaluation Virtual Hard Drive Images (for Virtual Server 2005)
      • http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=961db8ce-8473-47c2-92eb-b822ec5af0c9&displaylang=en
    • Microsoft Virtual PC 2007 SP1
      • http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=28C97D22-6EB8-4A09-A7F7-F6C7A1F000B5&displaylang=en#Requirements
    • Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 R2 SP1 - Enterprise Edition
      • http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=BC49C7C8-4840-4E67-8DC4-1E6E218ACCE4&displaylang=en
  • 13. Support Software
    • OpenOffice Suite
      • http://download.openoffice.org/
    • GFI LANguard
      • http://gfi.com/downloads/downloads.aspx?pid=lanss&lid=EN
    • Wireshark
      • http://www.wireshark.org/
  • 14. Installation
  • 15. Virtual PC vs Virtual Server
    • “ The most fundamental difference between Virtual PC and Virtual Server is that Virtual PC is designed for desktop (also known as "client" or "PC") operating systems, and Virtual Server is designed for server operating systems.”
    • http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserversystem/virtualserver/techinfo/vsvsvpc.mspx
  • 16. Start Windows Server 2003
    • Download Virtual PC
    • Install Virtual PC
    • Download Server 2003 VHD
    • Add Virtual Machine to Virtual PC
    • Edit the Virtual Machine Settings
      • Network Adapter
      • Memory
  • 17. Start Windows Server 2003
    • Demonstration
  • 18. Activity
    • Start Server 2003
      • Set IP address
  • 19. Lab IP Addressing
    • Gateway: 192.168.180.1
    • DNS: 192.168.1.40
    • IP Address for server: 192.168.180.X
    • Assign the first IP address of your range to the server
  • 20. IP Address Network 192.168.180.X
    • 1-1 .76-78 3-1 .106-108 5-1 .136-138
    • 1-2 .79-81 3-2 .109-111 5-2 .139-141
    • 1-3 .82-84 3-3 .112-114 5-3 .142-144
    • 1-4 .85-87 3-4 .115-117 5-4 .145-147
    • 1-5 .88-90 3-5 .118-120 5-5 .148-150
    • 2-1 .91-93 4-1 .121-123
    • 2-2 .94-96 4-2 .124-126
    • 2-3 .97-99 4-3 .127-129
    • 2-4 .100-102 4-4 .130-132
    • 2-5 .103-105 5-5 .133-135
  • 21. Setup Local Network
    • Virtual Computer 1 – Server: Windows Server 2003
    • Virtual Computer 2 – Workstation: Windows Vista
      • Use and IP address from the range
      • Verify that both computers have Internet Access and they can ping each other
  • 22. DHCP Server Setup
    • Prepare the network
      • Isolate the network. Unplug the network cable
      • Verify that the computers can still communicate by pinging
  • 23. DHCP Server Setup
      • http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx/kb/323416
    • How to Install the DHCP Service on an Existing Server
      • Click Start , point to Control Panel , and then click Add or Remove Programs .
      • In the Add or Remove Programs dialog box, click Add/Remove Windows Components .
      • In the Windows Components Wizard, click Networking Services in the Components list, and then click Details .
      • In the Networking Services dialog box, click to select the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) check box, and then click OK .
      • In the Windows Components Wizard, click Next to start Setup. Insert the Windows Server 2003 CD-ROM into the computer's CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive if you are prompted to do so. Setup copies the DHCP server and tool files to your computer.
      • When Setup is completed, click Finish .
  • 24. DHCP Server Setup
    • How to Create a New Scope
    • Click Start , point to Programs , point to Administrative Tools , and then click DHCP .
    • In the console tree, right-click the DHCP server on which you want to create the new DHCP scope, and then click New Scope .
    • In the New Scope Wizard, click Next , and then type a name and description for the scope. This can be any name that you want, but it should be descriptive enough so that you can identify the purpose of the scope on your network Click Next .
    • Type the range of addresses that can be leased as part of this scope (for example, use a range of IP addresses from a starting IP address of 192.168.100.1 to an ending address of 192.168.100.100). Because these addresses are given to clients, they must all be valid addresses for your network and not currently in use. If you want to use a different subnet mask, type the new subnet mask. Click Next .
    • Type any IP addresses that you want to exclude from the range that you entered. This includes any addresses in the range described in step 4 that may have already been statically assigned to various computers in your organization. Typically, domain controllers, Web servers, DHCP servers, Domain Name System (DNS) servers, and other servers, have statically assigned IP addresses. Click Next .
    • Type the number of days, hours, and minutes before an IP address lease from this scope expires. This determines how long a client can hold a leased address without renewing it. Click Next , and then click Yes, I want to configure these options now to extend the wizard to include settings for the most common DHCP options. Click Next .
    • Type the IP address for the default gateway that should be used by clients that obtain an IP address from this scope. Click Add to add the default gateway address in the list, and then click Next .
    • If you are using DNS servers on your network, type your organization's domain name in the Parent domain box. Type the name of your DNS server, and then click Resolve to make sure that your DHCP server can contact the DNS server and determine its address. Click Add to include that server in the list of DNS servers that are assigned to the DHCP clients. Click Next , and then follow the same steps if you are using a Windows Internet Naming Service (WINS) server, by adding its name and IP address. Click Next .
    • Click Yes, I want to activate this scope now to activate the scope and allow clients to obtain leases from it, and then click Next .
    • Click Finish .
    • In the console tree, click the server name, and then click Authorize on the Action menu.
  • 25. Test DHCP Configuration
    • Configure the virtual workstation as a DHCP client
    • Verify that the workstation receive an IP address from the server
  • 26. Disable DHCP Server
    • Stop the DHCP Server
    • Connect the computers back to the classroom network
    • Test Internet connectivity
  • 27. DNS Server
    • http://www.petri.co.il/install_and_configure_windows_2003_dns_server.htm
    • Install Microsoft DNS Server
      • Click Start, point to Settings, and then click Control Panel.
      • Double-click Add/Remove Programs.
      • Click Add and Remove Windows Components.
      • The Windows Components Wizard starts. Click Next.
      • Click Networking Services, and then click Details.
      • Click to select the Domain Name System (DNS) check box, and then click OK.
      • Click OK to start server Setup. The DNS server and tool files are copied to your computer.
      • Continue to the next step to configure the DNS server.
  • 28. DNS Server
    • Configure the DNS Server Using DNS Manager
      • Click Start, point to Programs, point to Administrative Tools, and then click DNS Manager. You see two zones under your computer name: Forward Lookup Zone and Reverse Lookup Zone.
      • Choose to add a forward lookup zone. Click Next. The new forward lookup zone must be a primary zone so that it can accept dynamic updates. Click Primary, and then click Next.
      • The zone name must be exactly the same as your Active Directory Domain name, or, if on a stand-alone or workgroup environment - the same as the suffix for all of the network computers that are to register with this DNS server. Type the name of the zone, and then click Next.
      • Accept the default name for the new zone file. Click Next.
      • Choose to add a reverse lookup zone now. Click Next.
      • Click Primary, and then click Next.
      • Type the name of the zone, and then click Next. The zone name should match the Network ID of your local subnet. For example, if your subnet range is from 192.168.0.1 to 192.168.0.254, type 192.168.0 in the name value.
      • Accept the default name for the new zone file. Click Next.
      • Click Finish to complete the Server Configuration Wizard..
  • 29. DNS Server
    • Enable DNS Forwarding for Internet connections
      • Click Start, point to Programs, point to Administrative Tools, and then click DNS to start the DNS Management Console.
      • Right click the DNS Server object for your server in the left pane of the console, and click Properties.
      • Click the Forwarders tab.
      • Check the Enable forwarders check-box.
      • In the IP address box enter the IP address of the DNS servers you want to forward queries to - typically the DNS server of your ISP. You can also move them up or down. The one that is highest in the list gets the first try, and if it does not respond within a given time limit - the query will be forwarded to the next server in the list.
      • Click OK.
  • 30. DNS Server –Test
    • Configure IP Configuration of the server and the workstation to use your server as DNS Server
    • Verify that the DNS server works
      • Try to connect to the internet
  • 31. IIS Server – HTTP, FTP, SMTP
    • http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc737523.aspx
    • To install IIS 6.0 using Control Panel
      • In Control Panel, double-click Add or Remove Programs.
      • Click Add/Remove Windows Components.
      • In the Components list box, click Application Server, and then click Details.
      • In the Subcomponents of Application Server box, click Internet Information Services (IIS). Then click Details
      • Select FTP and SMTP, in addition to the default services.
      • Click OK to start the installation of IIS 6.0.
  • 32. Create a Web Page
    • Open NOTEPAD
      • Copy the following text:
      • <html>
      • <body>
      • <p class=MsoNormal align=center style='text-align:center'><span
      • style='font-size:24.0pt;color:blue'>My Web Site<o:p></o:p></span></p>
      • </body>
      • </html>
      • Save text as index.htm in the IIS root folder for the default website:
      • c:inetpubwwwroot
  • 33. Test Web Page
    • In the workstation, open an Internet browser and enter the IP address of the server in the address bar.
    • The client should be able to open the web page
  • 34. FTP Server
    • IIS installed Web, FTP, and SMTP server
    • The FTP server by default accept &quot;anonymous” log on
    • The default root folder for FTP is C:INETPUBFTPROOT
    • Copy some files to the FTP root folder
  • 35. Test FTP
    • Open Windows Explorer in the workstation computer and connect via FTP to the server
    • ftp://server_address
    • You should be able to see the content of the root folder
  • 36. Curriculum Install
  • 37. Curriculum Install Method One
  • 38. Method 2
  • 39. Installing Other Services
  • 40. Use Manage Server Wizards
  • 41.  
  • 42.  
  • 43.  
  • 44. Advanced Configurations and Demonstration
    • DHCP and Wireshark
    • SMTP POP Email
    • FTP Authentication
    • DNS
      • Zones and records
  • 45. Summary
    • Best to put the Learning of the Students in their own hands
    • Be sure your Hardware is up to requirements
    • Add as much memory as you can afford
    • Virtualization will save your $$$$ on numbers of equipment needed.
    • Be sure to download the latest software from the Tools are inside of Academy Connection
  • 46.