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TERNET-NSRC Campus Networking and System Administration Workshops

Dates: April 16-20, 2012
Location: Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Host: Tanzania Education and Research Network - TERNET
Venue: Dar es Salaam Institute of Technology DIT

The Tanzania Education and Research Network (TERNET) and the Network Startup Resource Center (NSRC) are teaching two concurrent five-day workshops with a group of engineers from universities throughout Tanzania. The first track's program includes campus network design principles, Layer 2/ Layer 3 network design and operation, and campus network security. The second track will focus on Unix/ Linux systems administration and IP services. Both tracks will be hands-on and lab-based and are intended to help continue developing robust, high-performance campus and national research and education (NREN) networks.

Track 1 - Campus Network Design and Security

Goals

  • Train university network engineering staff on how to improve their campus network designs
  • Learn to implement best practices in switched and routed networks
  • Improve technical skills with university network personnel in preventing and dealing with security incidents
  • Strengthen the TERNET technical community (human network) in developing TERNET's cyberinfrastructure

Requirements

  • Basic knowledge of TCP/IP protocols
  • Basic Linux/UNIX command line experience.
  • Laptop with wireless capabilities

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Track 2 - Linux System Administration and IP Services

Goals

  • Train university network engineering staff on administering Unix/Linux systems
  • Learn to implement, operate and secure IP services (web, DNS, mail) on Linux servers

Requirements

  • Laptop with wireless capability
  • Basic understanding of TCP/IP

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