LPIC-2 Exam Prep (Course 2)

Course Code: LPI202
Length: 4 days

Schedule and Registration

This course is not currently scheduled.

Course Description

This course prepares students to take the LPI 202 exam of the LPIC-2 certification. The Linux Professional Institute (LPI) is the go-to certification body for vendor independent Linux certifications.

This course covers more advanced Linux skills such as system management and networking. Students will feel confident taking the LPI LPIC-2 202 exam with in classroom assessments and practice exams.


LPIC-1 certification or LPI101 "LPIC-1 Exam Prep (Course 1)", LPI102 "LPIC-1 Exam Prep (Course 2)" and LPIC-2 201 Exam Prep (Course 1).

Supported Distributions

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7
  • SUSE Linux Enterprise 12

Course Outline

  • DNS Concepts
  • Creating DNS Hierarchies
  • Securing DNS
  • Implementing a Web Server
  • Maintaining a Web Server
  • Nginx, Squid, and DHCP
  • SAMBA Server Configuration
  • NFS Server Configuration & Securing FTP Servers
  • PAM Authentication
  • Configuring an OpenLDAP Server and Client
  • Using E-mail Servers
  • Managing Local and Remote E-Mail Delivery
  • Configuring a Router and Security Tasks
  • OpenSSH and OpenVPN

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