Configure IPv4 and IPv6 Addressing for Linux
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Time
45 minutes
Difficulty
Beginner

In this IT Pro Challenge provided by Learn on Demand Systems students will configure Linux to properly communicate on the network. First, you will configure and test IPv4 settings on a Linux interface, then you ...

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Overview

Introduction: The Configure IPv4 and IPv6 Addressing for Linux lab is a premium Cybrary lab from Learn on Demand Systems. This practice lab helps the student to configure Linux machines to communicate on a network. This is important for the work role of the career path of becoming a Network Engineer, Cyber Security Engineer, and Security Operations Center (SOC) Analyst. It is estimated that the Configure IPv4 and IPv6 Addressing for Linux lab takes about 30 to 45 minutes to complete it.

The Configure IPv4 and IPv6 Addressing for Linux lab uses an Ubuntu Linux virtual machines. The challenge does not require from the student an advanced experience with Linux to complete it. The Configure IPv4 and IPv6 Addressing for Linux lab comes with detailed step-by-step instructions to follow. At the end Configure IPv4 and IPv6 Addressing for Linux lab, the student will be able to configure IPv4 and IPv6 addresses on Linux machines to properly communicate on the network.

Skill/Activity Breakdown: The Configure IPv4 and IPv6 Addressing for Linux lab also develops the ability to execute Linux commands (ip, ifconfig, ...). This is important for the work role of a Network Operations Specialist, Cyber Instructional Curriculum Developer, and Cyber Instructor.

The Configure IPv4 and IPv6 Addressing for Linux lab requires students to configure IP addresses (IPv4 on Linux machine. This develops the skill of installing services on Linux machines. This is important for the work role of All-Source Analyst, Mission Assessment Specialist, Exploitation Analyst, Target Developer, Target Network Analyst, Threat/Warning Analyst, All Source-Collection Manager, Cyber Intel Planner, and Cyber Ops Planner.

The Configure IPv4 and IPv6 Addressing for Linux lab also develops the skill to create, modify and manipulate files under Linux. This is important for the work role of Law Enforcement/Counterintelligence Forensics Analyst and Cyber Defense Forensics Analyst.

By completing the Configure IPv4 and IPv6 Addressing for Linux lab, the student will learn how to use Linux commands and how to configure IP addresses on Linux machines (the 4th version and 6th version) to connect the machines to a network. Learning these skills is important for network and system administrators.

Conclusion: The Configure IPv4 and IPv6 Addressing for Linux lab is presented by Cybrary and created by Learn on Demand Systems. This practice lab is intended for systems administrators to develop the skills of configuring IP addresses(IPv4 and IPv6) and to learn how to connect on Linux machines to the network. This lab would be beneficial for students on the Network Engineer, Cyber Security Engineer, and Security Operations Center (SOC) Analyst career path. Completing this lab means that students are able to connect Linux machines to the network and use Linux commands to configure IP addresses.

Click on Configure IPv4 and IPv6 Addressing for Linux lab to learn how to configure Linux machines to properly communicate on the network.