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LPI Advanced Level Linux Professional (LPIC-2) Certification
LPI LPIC-2: Advanced Level Linux Professional certification is a vendor-neutral credential designed to ensure skills and knowledge required for IT professionals to plan, implement, maintain, secure, and troubleshoot a small mixed (MS, Linux) network. The certification validates skills and knowledge of an candidates to install and configure fundamental network services, securing Linux server, blocking threats before they turn into attacks. The certification exam tests knowledge of candidate in the areas such as creating and managing routers and route tables on your network, isolating servers from the Internet threats, allowing clients access with NAT, and access to servers using port forwarding.
To become LPIC-2 certified, candidate have to pass two exams: Exam 201-400 and Exam 202-400.
Filesystem and Devices
Advanced Storage Device Administration
Domain Name Server
Network Client Management
Here are the major skills measured in the LPI LPIC-2 certification exams:
Measuring disk I/O
Measuring network I/O
Graphing the trend of capacity usage
Verifying the integrity of backup files
Observing growth rate of capacity usage
Identifying the key components and security features of Squid
Automating communication with users through logon messages
Ensuring that the boot manager can locate the new kernel and associated files
Acknowledging the components and points of typical email service configurations
uCertify provides study guide for the 201-400 and 202-400 exams. The course comes with the interactive learning to offer complete coverage of exam objectives with the real-world scenarios. The study guide teaches you all the basic and advanced technologies and methodologies involved in the Linux operations.
Requirements for LPI Advanced Level Linux Professional (LPIC-2) Certification
LPIC 1 is a prerequisite for the LPIC-2 certification. This LPIC-2 certification requires professionals to pass two exams: