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  1. Mastering Linux Command Line (with Live Linux Labs) | Udemy English | Size: 4.5GB Source: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  2. INE - Network Technologies IPv6 Knowing and understanding IPv6 is no longer optional for any IT Professional. Regardless of your background, our brand new IPv6 Course is meant to teach you fundamental and advanced concepts and features of the Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6). After completing this course, you will obtain a thorough understanding of the fundamental and advanced aspects of IPv6. You will learn about IPv6 Addressing, Subnetting, Extension Headers, Fragmentation, ICMPv6, Neighbor Discovery, Address Allocation, DHCPv6, and Security. DOWNLOAD LINK [hide][Hidden Content]] [hide][Hidden Content]] [hide][Hidden Content]] [hide][Hidden Content]] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  3. Ansible is a simple, but powerful, server and configuration management tool (with a few other tricks up its sleeve). This book will help those familiar with the command line and basic shell scripting start using Ansible to provision and manage anywhere from one to thousands of servers. The book begins with fundamentals, like installing Ansible, setting up a basic inventory file, and basic concepts, then guides you through Ansible's many uses, including ad-hoc commands, basic and advanced playbooks, application deployments, multiple-provider server provisioning, and even Docker and Kubernetes orchestration! Everything is explained with pertinent real-world examples, often using Vagrant-managed virtual machines. [Hidden Content] Try VPN if you've access issues. Also, take note there's a "mirrors" field in a book's metadata, just above the description.
  4. Packt - Linux for Network Engineers Practical Linux with GNS3, by David Bombal [hide][Hidden Content]]
  5. Udemy - Linux Academy Red Hat Certified Engineer Prep Course [hide][Hidden Content]]
  6. Learning Linux Essentials - Taking Your First Steps In Linux [hide][Hidden Content]]
  7. IT Mastery series books [Hidden Content] Other books [Hidden Content]
  8. Linux High Availability Clustering on Veritas Cluster Server [hide][Hidden Content]]
  9. Hacking: Linux Basics for Hackers English | Size: 6.8 MB Source: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  10. v0rt3x

    Passed RHCE EXAM!

    Hey Everyone, I recently passed the RHCE (EX300) exam. The results of your EX300 Exam are reported below. Exam Domain Number: 7 Passing score for the exam: 210 Your score: 270 Result: PASS Congratulations -- you have earned the EX300 Certificate. However, my target was to get 300. But unfortunately my machine had some problem with the ethernet2 interface . Thus I couldn't complete the network teaming question. Also I think I messed up the script . Otherwise everything's fine. One thing I learned is, even if you're expert in something. Sometime fate doesn't support you like you want it to. Network teaming was one of the most easiest question, and I couldn't complete that. Anyway, I am really happy that I got the certificate. My goal is to achieve RHCA. Next step...... RH413 (Red Hat Server Hardening). Regards
  11. Udemy - The Complete Linux Command Line Basics [hide][Hidden Content]]
  12. Udemy - An Absolute Beginner's Guide To Linux! [hide][Hidden Content]]
  13. Udemy Linux Privilege Escalation for OSCP & Beyond! Link -[hide] [Hidden Content]] Password - [hide][Hidden Content]]
  14. Udemy: Linux for Network Engineers: Practical Linux with GNS3 (15 hours left) Created by David Bombal "English Subtitles" 10.5 Hours (Instead of $9.99) [Hidden Content] Use this code to get it FREE : DAVIDYOUTUBEMAY What you'll learn Learn foundational Linux skills Build Linux networks using GNS3 Learn how to practically use Linux in your networks Requirements CCNA or basic networking knowledge #Udemy #Linux #Networking #DavidBombal #Cybecourses
  15. ITPro - OpenVPN in Linux English | Size: 429.42 MB Genre: eLearning In this episode, Justin and Daniel discuss the some of the prerequisites for using OpenVPN such as the following: updating and upgrading the EC2 instance, modifying the security group to allow access, obtaining a sample configuration file, and modifying the configuration file. [hide][Hidden Content]] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  16. Need recommendation. Which is most recognized Linux Certification: - CompTIA Linux+ - RHCSA & RHCE - LPI-1 and LPI-2
  17. Hi Guys I Have Create a group on whats app For the network and security if some one is interested Leave a comment with his number only Interested and how want to share and learn Thanks
  18. RHCE EX300 exam - Real exam questions: RHCE EX300 exam: Configure an iSCSI target on Red Hat Enterprise Linux RHCE EX300 exam: Configure an iSCSI initiator on Red Hat Enterprise Linux
  19. arunv707

    RHCSS

    Hi, Does anyone have books/CBTs to prepare for RHCSS EX333, EX423 & EX429 exams?
  20. Hi All, Does any one has Red hat enterprise linux 6 troubleshooting rh242. Thanks
  21. Ok... guys, here is a little bit of a problem. A friend of mine faced this issue in the RHCSA (EX-200) exam: In this question: Create a Logical Volume with the name “database” by using 25 extends. From the group “datastore” of 50extends.Consider PE size as 8mb. Format the LVM partition with vfat file system. And mount under /datadb. Well, when trying to format with vfat it is throwing this error: " unable to get drive geometry, using default 255/63 " Redhat.com tells only this much: [Hidden Content] However if we are not formatting an LVM partition, then that same partition is successfully assigned the vfat filesystem with mkfs.vfat. If anyone can help it will be good.
  22. Hi Anyone here have copy of secureCRT full version for linux/Ubuntu. I tried PAC Manager in Linux but secureCRT is more comfortable for me. Using it as trial version and it is also runs good in linux. Please share if you have full version. thanks a lot.
  23. Hey folks, I want to share some questions from the EX200 RHCSA RHEL 7 Exam: 1. Reset root password (adding rd.break to Grub2 boot options, remounting RW and chrooting /sysroot, passwd, touch /.autorelabel) 2. Set network settings and hostname 3. Set SELinux into enforcing mode (/etc/selinux/config) 4. Add user with specific supplementary groups, uid and shell 5. Create new SWAP partition with fdisk, mkswap and /etc/fstab 6. Create new LVM partition / PV / VG / LV with specific filesystem and size 7. Extend an LV and the filesystem on it 8. Create a shared folder (set GUID-bit) 9. Create a connection to LDAP (system-config-auth) 10. Use the NFS-automounter for spezific folder 11. Activate and start services via systemctl 12. Find files of specific user 13. Grep specific parts of a file and write them to another file 14. Use ACLs on files 15. Create an zipped TAR-archiv 16. Update the kernel via new YUM-repo 17. Create a new YUM-repo 18. Create a Cronjob for specific user This list didnt claimes to be complete, but most of the things should be in there. If you have any questions feel free to ask in this thread. Greetings, TimeWarp
  24. My Current Certs A+, CCNA R/S, JNCIA, CCNP R/s (Incomplete)--Passed Switch, Studying Route I have played around with Packet Tracer, Netsim and going w/ a full CCIE Capable Lab I currently work for service provider so this lab will implement Juniper Devices as well in the topology. Its unfortunate that I cant implement Alcatel Devices 7750/7450 since the code/images hasn't leaked My Current Machine is capable but has issues (Bent Pins on Motherboard from my mistake Asus P6X58D only 8GB out of 12 is recognized) So I said Eff It and building a dedicated linux machine for the lab Needed some help on my build out. My List is below Case: ChenbroRM41300-F 4U Rack Mount Chassis CPU: Intel Core i5 4690 (Overkill I know but need flexibility for running VM Machines within topology) Cooler: Corsair H80 AIO Cooler w/Noctua 120mm Case Fans Quad Nic: Dlink 580TX* or known working PCI-E Quad Nic Ram: Corsair Vengeance 8GB SSD: Samsung Pro 120GB Motherboard:Asus Z97C or GIGABYTE GA-Z97-D3H (3x PCI Slots) or Asus Z97A or GA-Z97X-UD5H-BK (If known working PCI-E Quad Nic is Found) OS: Linux (Not Sure on the Distro) Rack: Need help on a good rack w/ Wheels and good quality Additional Hardware Currently Owned Cisco 2851 Router Cisco 3550 24 POE Switch (Not upgradeable to Version 15 IOS) Cisco 3750 48 POE Switch Juniper Netscreen 208 Ordering Digi CM 32 (Console Server) APC AP9211 (Network Managed Power Supply) 2x 3750 24 Port L3 Switch or 3560 Whats killing me is the motherboard selection and the quad nics The Motherboard I chose is tied to it having 3 PCI legacy slots for the Dlink 580TX Quad Nics I was able to find motherboards w/ 3x PCI slots for intel's Z97 chipset but they seem low grade from the heatsink used compared to the upper range of the motherboards being offered by Asus and Gigibyte I have ordered 3x Dlink 580Tx on Ebay for $65 each. Went crazy trying to find an equivalent PCI-E Quad Nic Card,Found an Niagara N2264 PCI-E Quad Nic on Unix Surplus website but haven't seen anything on it being supported in linux/gns3 Everyone recommends DLink's 580TX card since its cheap and works. But had some questions Even tho I have already ordered the PCI Cards I can always resell them and go with a known working PCI-E Quad Nic card Questions: Are they any equivalent PCI-E Quad nics that have been reported to work w/ Linux/GNS3/Switches??? (Only Asking since the prices have dropped and good deals can be found on Ebay) If no one has any experience w/ the PCI-Express Cards than which motherboard would be better out of the two selected above?? Any suggestions on a good rack?? Has anyone ran across any vids for Alcatel besides the PDF Study Guides or know of a working Image like Juniper's Olive VM??? What is the best Linux Distro to use ? Has anyone had any luck with these PCI-E Quad Nic Cards (All Can be found cheap on Ebay) -Niagara N2264 PCI-E Quad Nic -Supermicro AOC-SG-I4 PCI-E Low Profile Quad Nic -SUN 511-1422-01 Quad Port PCI Expres -IBM / Intel Pro/1000 PT QUAD PORTs -INTEL PRO/1000 PT QUAD PORT GIGABIT SERVER CARD Any and all help would be appreciated Thanks
  25. Good Day! Just wanna ask suggestions from all if what Linux Distro might be best to practice on before taking Comptia Linux+? If you have sources, CBTs, or any study materials want to share, my thanks to you in advance!
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