CCNA 4 v3. 1 Module 6. CCNA 4 v3.0 Module 6 Introduction to Network Administration. Purpose of This PowerPoint. This PowerPoint primarily consists of the Target Indicators (TIs) of this module in CCNA version 3.0.
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Objectives • Workstations and servers • Network management
Workstations A workstation is a client computer that is used to run applications and is connected to a server from which it obtains data shared with other computers.
UNIX Types • Popular versions of Linux include the following: • Red Hat LinuxOpenLinux Corel Linux SlackwareDebian GNU/Linux SuSE Linux
Components of the Organization Model The network management station (NMS) is usually a standalone workstation, but it may be implemented over several systems.