NAS OpenFiler Training


Course Name
NAS OpenFiler Training

Course Overview
This course on NAS OpenFiler training is designed for people who work on development, testing and verification of NAS OpenFiler . Participants will learn the installation and configuration of NAS OpenFiler that helps them with a much better understanding of their OpenFiler.

Target Audience

  • Professionals and Students who are working in Storage/Networking/IT Domain
  • Developers, Testers/QA and Verification Engineers who are working on or keen to know NAS OpenFiler

Fee, Schedule & Registration
Click Here for NAS OpenFiler Training course training schedule, fee and registration information.

NAS OpenFiler Training Course Outline

Installing Openfiler
Text-based Installation
– System Requirements
– Starting the Installation
– Network Configuration
– Time Zone Selection
– Set Root Password
Graphical Installation
– System Requirements
– Keyboard Selection
– Disk Partitioning Set-up
– Network Configuration
– Time Zone Selection
– Set Root Password
– Installation Complete
Getting Started
Introduction to Openfiler
Logging on to Openfiler
Understanding the Openfiler Interface
– Title Bar
– Tabs
– Work Area
– Menu
– Support
– Footer
Openfiler Common Sections
Logging out from Openfiler
Status Sections
System Overview
– Viewing the System Overview
iSCSI Targets
– Viewing iSCSI Targets
Managing System
Network Setup
– Viewing Network Setup
– Modifying Network Configuration
– Viewing Network Interfaces
– Editing and Configuring a Network Interface
– Creating a Bonded Interface
– Adding a new Network Access Entry
– Deleting a Network Access Entry
Setting up the Clock
– Setting the System Clock Manually
– Synchronizing the System Clock with NTP timerserver
– Setting Time Zone
Managing UPS
– Configuring a UPS device
– Editing a UPS Configuration
Shutting down/Rebooting the System
Managing Notification Configuration
Updating the System
– Viewing Backup Configuration
– Restoring the Configuration
Managing Secure Console
Managing Volumes
Managing Volumes
– Viewing Volume Groups
– Adding Volume
Managing Volume Group
– Volume Group Management
– Creating a new Volume Group
Managing Block Devices
– Block Device Management
Managing iSCSI Targets
– Target Configuration
– LUN Mapping
– Managing Network ACL
– CHAP Authentication
Software RAID
– Creating a New RAID Array
Managing Quota
Managing Group Quota
– Selecting a Volume
– Editing a Group Quota
Managing User Quota
– Selecting a Volume
– Editing a user Quota
Managing Guest Quota
– Selecting a Volume
– Editing a Guest Quota
Managing Shares
Managing Shares
– Viewing Existing Shares
– Creating a Share
– Editing Share
– Deleting a Share
Viewing Snapshot Shares
Managing Services
Service Management
– Modifying a Service Status
– Modifying SMB/CIFS Setup
LDAP Setup
– Viewing the LDAP Setup
– LDAP Backup
– Recovering LDAP
– Deleting LDAP
UPS Setup
– Configuring Service Mode
– Configuring Access Control
– Adding a UPSD User
– Deleting a UPSD User
– Adding a UPS System Monitoring Entry
– Deleting a UPS System Monitoring Entry
Managing Rsync Setup
– Adding a Discovery CHAP user
– Managing iSNS Server
Setting up FTP
Managing Accounts
– Viewing/Modifying User Information Configuration Standard Viewing
– Viewing Domain Controller and Authentication
– Group Administration
– User Administration
Viewing the User List
Viewing the Group List
Changing Admin Password

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