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  1. Class #19 March 24, 2014

  2. Number of home network devices (do not count your router/modem): • No home network • One device • Two devices • Three devices • Four devices • Five devices • Six devices • Seven devices • Eight or more

  3. Things to do • Today’s Notes • SECCDC • Labs • HW 5 • Daemons • Lecture

  4. SECCDC • Faculty sponsor for SECCDC • Cyber Defense Competition • March 30-April 2 • Will accompany team • Have an alternate lecturer for SNMP • Class will be as normal • Have coverage for labs

  5. Final Labs • Lab 11: Windows Server 2008 • Long Lab, but not hard • Install, enable and configure: • IIS HTTP server • FTP • DNS • Lab 12: Firewall II • Cisco Firewall Configuration • Will need Minicom again • Lab 13: Project time • In lab project time • Note: Section L05 will have Lab 12 and 13 combined • Attendance will be taken • Lab TA and I will be available for consultation • Progress report with signatures due by end of Lab • Lab 14: Presentations • Project presentations • 10 pt bonus for presenters

  6. HW • HW 5: HTTP 403 and 404 • Due today • HW 6: Compare Web Services • http://webpages.uncc.edu/~tkombol/Classes_2014_Spring/ITIS2110/2110Assignments.htm • Due 4/7

  7. Daemon (from Wikipedia) • A daemon is a computer program that runs in the background rather than under the direct control of a user • Unix and other computer multitasking operating systems • Usually initiated as background processes • Not associated with a terminal • Typically daemons have names that end with the letter "d“,: for example: • syslogd, the daemon that handles the system log • sshd, handles incoming SSH connections • On Microsoft Windows NT systems, programs called services perform the functions of daemons • They run as processes • Usually do not interact with the monitor, keyboard, and mouse • Typically launched by the operating system at boot time • With Windows 2000 and later version • Can configure and manually start and stop Windows services • Control Panel → Administrative Tools or typing "Services.msc" in the Run command on Start menu • However, any Windows application can perform the role of a daemon, not just a service • Some daemons for Windows have the option of running as a normal process • Still has no visual output

  8. Today’s Notes • DFS • Distributed File Systems