Introduction into the KEA-DHCP software on Unix and Linux systems, including topics about DHCPv4 and DHCPv6.
KEA-DHCP is the new open source DHCP-Server from Internet Systems Consortium, ISC. Compared with its predecessor, ISC-DHCP, it is a clean and fast implementation of both DHCPv4 and DHCPv6.
The Men&Mice “KEA-DHCP” 2-day training gives a complete introduction into the new KEA-DHCP software on Unix and Linux systems. Attendees will learn how to install, configure and maintain the KEA-DHCP system. The course also includes a refresh of the DHCPv4 protocol and explains DHCPv6, the dynamic host configuration protocol for IPv6 networks.
The KEA-DHCP training has been developed in cooperation with ISC and the KEA development team.
Related certification: KEA certified DHCP Administrator (KCDA).
The course has been created with network administrators in mind that operate a KEA-DHCP system, or plan to migrate to KEA-DHCP. For users coming from ISC-DHCP, the course explains the differences between the products and gives guidance for a migration from ISC-DHCP to KEA-DHCP.