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Old 04-26-2012, 01:39 AM   #1
s.satyapal
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Question About RHCE Certification


Hello All,

I am studying RHCE and i want to make my career in linux networking but i dont know much about RHCE exam and how to
prepare for exam. please guide me i am new for Linux so please tell me how to make linux interesting


Thanks
Satya Pal
 
Old 04-26-2012, 02:02 AM   #2
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the syllabus is available here - http://www.redhat.com/certification
 
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Old 04-27-2012, 07:52 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by s.satyapal View Post
Hello All,

I am studying RHCE and i want to make my career in linux networking but i dont know much about RHCE exam and how to
prepare for exam. please guide me i am new for Linux so please tell me how to make linux interesting


Thanks
Satya Pal
Hi there

to get certified for RHCE, you need to do RHCSA first, RHCSA is a 2.5 hours hands on exam and RHCE is a 2 hours hands on exam.

RHCE covers more than just networking, I believe you should already know that. If you can find a friend to study with you, it will be interesting, like setup a VPN between you and your friends' house, you can send messages or even play games, or setup a FTP, Web server at home, setup a firewall, setup a honeypot just to see what people will do when they get in your server Hopefully you get some idea.

thanks

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Old 04-27-2012, 10:10 AM   #4
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I recommend finding a physical box with Fedora, Centos, or Red Hat installed, get KVM installed with all necessary packages, as listed below:

qemu-kvm
python-virtinst
virt-manager
virt-top
virt-viewer
libvirt
libvirt-clien

Not only will it help to know this for the test, but you can spin up multiple Red Hat servers to test with.
 
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Old 04-27-2012, 10:29 AM   #5
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Hi there

to get certified for RHCE, you need to do RHCSA first, RHCSA is a 2.5 hours hands on exam and RHCE is a 2 hours hands on exam.

RHCE covers more than just networking, I believe you should already know that. If you can find a friend to study with you, it will be interesting, like setup a VPN between you and your friends' house, you can send messages or even play games, or setup a FTP, Web server at home, setup a firewall, setup a honeypot just to see what people will do when they get in your server Hopefully you get some idea.

thanks



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