Unit I: Introduction [4Hrs.]
Network administrator as a Profession, Network administrator professional ethics, Recent trends in network administration.
Unit II: Work Station, Server and Services [16Hrs.]
Workstation: Architecture design, Hardware strategies, OS installation. Servers:
Hardware Strategies, Hardware Features & Specifications. Service: Requirements, Planning and Engineering, Service Launch, Disaster Recovery.
Unit III: Infrastructure [16Hrs.]
Network Architecture, Network Operations, Data Centers Overview and Running Data Centers.
Unit IV: Service Recommendation [16Hrs.]
Server Upgrade, centralizing a service, Service Monitoring, Namespaces, Email Service, Print Services, Data Storage, Backup and Restore, Software Repository, Web Services.
Unit V: Network Setup [6Hrs.]
Preparing procurement plan/document for enterprise level network setup
The laboratory work includes implementation of the mentioned content in syllabus using LINUX and Windows operating system.
The major teaching methods that can be followed for this course includes class lectures, laboratory activity, group discussions, presentations and case studies.