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Sun Braindump, Sun exam 310-044, Sun Certified Network Administrator for the Solaris 9 Operating Environment. Exam topics include: configuring the Network Interface layer; configuring the network (Internet and Transport layers), and configuring and managing network applications (Application layer).
 

Exam #:

 

310-044

Status:

Active

Time Limit:

105 min.

Passing Score:

70%

# of Questions:

64

Format:

Form-based

Certifications:

SCNA

 

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SUN CERTIFIED NETWORK ADMINISTRATOR FOR SOLARIS 9 OPERATING ENVIRONMENT OBJECTIVES

CONFIGURE THE NETWORK INTERFACE LAYER:

  • Describe the advantages of using a layered network model and describe the functions of the network interface, internet, transport, and application layers of the TCP/IP model.
  • Describe basic peer to peer communication and related TCP/IP protocols.
  • Describe the features and functions of LAN components, including network topologies, media, and network devices.
  • Describe Ethernet concepts and statistics, including the major Ethernet elements and the CSMA/CD access method.
  • Describe the components of an Ethernet frame.
  • Explain how to use snoop, netstat, and ndd on an Ethernet interface.
  • Describe the function and management of the ARP and RARP.

CONFIGURE THE NETWORK (INTERNET AND TRANSPORT LAYERS):

  • Describe the purpose, features, and functionality of internet layer protocols, IP datagram, IP address types, subnetting and VLSM, and interface configuration files as used in an IP configuration.
  • Explain how to configure and unconfigure logical interfaces in IP.
  • Explain the purpose, benefits, and limitations of multipathing, and explain how to configure multipathing using configuration files and command-line.
  • Describe the purpose and limitations of trunking, and explain how the four supported trunking policies impact how trunking is implemented.
  • Explain the purpose and usage of routing types (direct and indirect), routing schemes (static and dynamic), and routing protocol types (autonomous systems, interior routing protocols, and exterior routing protocols).
  • Given a routing table example, describe table entries, identify the routing table search order, and associate a network name to a network number.
  • Explain how to configure static and dynamic routing, and the configuration of routing at boot time.
  • Describe the operation of CIDR.
  • Given a routing scenario problem, troubleshoot the router configuration and/or network names and select a resolution.
  • Identify purpose, features, and functionalities for different types of unicast, multicast, and anycast addressing, and autoconfiguration as they relate to IPv6 addressing.
  • Explain how to configure Ipv6 on a router and non router, and troubleshoot configuration and interface problems.
  • Explain how to configure IPv6 over IPv4 tunnels and IPv6 multipathing.
  • Distinguish among protocol characteristics of the transport layer, and explain the fundamentals of TCP and UDP.

CONFIGURE AND MANAGE NETWORK APPLICATIONS (APPLICATION LAYER):

  • Explain the purpose of DNS in a network environment.
  • Explain how to configure a primary and secondary DNS server and a DNS client.
  • Given DNS server output for a problem scenario, identify strategies to resolve the problem.
  • Describe the purpose and features of DHCP client and server functions.
  • Describe how to configure a DHCP server and use associated utilities.
  • Given DHCP debug output, deduce deduce resolution strategies.
  • Explain how to configure and manage a DHCP client to request either a dynamic host name or use its own host name.
  • Explain how to configure a DHCP server to support jumpstart clients.
  • Describe the purpose, features, and functions of NTP, and define NTP terms.
  • Explain how to configure an NTP server and an NTP client.
  • Explain how to view logs and use snoop to troubleshoot an NTP problem.

 

 

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