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Sun Dumps, Sun exam 310-043, Solaris 8 Network Administration. Exam topics include LANs, Ethernet interface, ARP & RARP, Internet layer, routing, client-server, DHCP, NTP, IPv6 and troubleshooting.
Exam #:   310-043
Status: Active
Time Limit: 120 min.
Avg. Time: 54 min.
Passing Score: 67 %
# of Questions: 60
Format: Form-based
Difficulty: 3
Certifications: Solaris 8 Certified Network Administrator

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   Exam Objectives
Section 1: Network Model
  • Identify the purpose of each layer in the TCP/IP five layer model.
  • Describe the functionality of the following network protocols: TCP, UDP, IP, and ICMP.
  • Describe the relationship between the following network protocols: TCP, UDP, IP, and ICMP.
  • Describe peer-to-peer communication.
Section 2: Local Area Netorks (LANs)
  • Identify the role of the following LAN components: Bridge, Repeater, Router, Switch, and Gateway.
  • Identify the network topologies.
Section 3: Ethernet Interface
  • * State the purpose of the Ethernet address.
  • * Identify the commands to get and set driver configuration.
Section 4: ARP And RARP
  • Explain the process of address resolution using ARP and RARP.
  • Identify the commands to manage ARP cache.
  • Identify the configuration files and scripts used to configure a network interface.
Section 5: Internet Layer
  • Describe the following: IP address, Broadcast address, Netmask, Datagram, and Fragment.
  • Describe Classless Interdomain Routing (CIDR).
  • Identify the file used to set netmasks.
  • Identify the features and benefits of the Variable Length Subnet Masks (VLSM).
  • Configure a network interface.
Section 6: Routing
  • Describe IP routing.
  • Identify the Solaris 8 Operating Environment (Solaris OE) daemons that implement routing protocols.
  • Identify the files used to configure routing.
  • Identify the purpose of the files used to configure routing.
  • Administer the routing table.
Section 7: Transport Layer
  • Identify the features of TCP and UDP.
  • Define the terms connection oriented, connection-less, stateful, and stateless.
  • Describe the relationships between port numbers, network services, and inetd.
Section 8: Client-server Model
  • Explain the terms client, server, and service.
  • Administer internet services and RPC services.
  • Collect information about services configured on hosts.
Section 9: DHCP
  • State the benefits of DHCP.
  • Identify DHCP configuration files.
  • State the purpose of DHCP configuration files.
  • Administer DHCP clients and servers.
Section 10: Network Management Tools
  • Identify tools that use the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP).
  • Describe the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP).
Section 11: Domain Name Service (DNS)
  • Identify the purpose of DNS.
  • Describe address resolution and reverse address resolution.
  • Identify the correct Resource Record syntax.
  • Explain the steps needed to configure DNS.
  • Identify the configuration files for DNS.
  • State the purpose of DNS configuration files.
Section 12: Network Time Protocol
  • Describe the NTP features.
  • Identify NTP configuration files.
  • State the purpose of NTP files.
  • Describe how to configure NTP.
Section 13: Troubleshooting
  • Identify common network problems.
  • Diagnose network problems.
  • Resolve network problems.
Section 14: IPv6
  • Describe IPv6.
  • Configure an IPv6 network interface.



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