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DNS Hands ON Workshop with DNSSEC
Course: 802
Duration: 4 Days
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Overview
Learn the fundamentals of DNS in this Hands ON, lab focused course. Setup and configure BIND9 Servers. Finally understand DNS terms like Primary/Secondary vs. Master/Slave Servers. Work with Zone Files & build RRs. Work with IPv6 AAAA Records, SIP SRV Records & much more. Lots of real world Hands on DNSSEC. Work with real, live test sites to understand KSK & ZSK. Get the facts of Encryption & Authentication algorithums.
TCP/IP Fundamentals Overview
  • Overview of DNS related IETF RFC History
  • Example of basic DNS operation
  • Quick refresher on TCP/IP Stack & IPv4 operation
  • TCP vs UDP: Why do we need both?
  • Port Numbers / Socket Concept Refresher
  • Why use UDP for DNS when TCP is more reliable: Understanding the DNS Server operation
  • DHCP Basics & Introduction to DDNS concept
Introduction to Domain Name System
  • The DNS protocol: Inside the DNS Header, Query & Answer Basics
  • System Domain & Internet Domain Namespaces
  • Delegation
  • Nameservers and Zones
  • Resolvers, Resolution, & Caching
  • Useful tools, DIG, NSLOOKUP, RNDC
Understanding the Concept of Domains & Getting in the "Zone"
  • Concept of a Zone explained
  • Forward/Reverse Zones
  • Parent and child domains
  • Sub domain delegation
  • Understanding Resource Records (RRs)
  • A/AAAA Records
  • CNAME, PTR, MX, SRV, NS, NAPTR RR
  • Pseudo Resource Records
  • Glue Records
Server Architecture
  • Concept of Server resilience
  • Load Balancing Consideration
  • DNS Master/Slave and other servers
  • BND Caching & Caching Only Servers
  • Negative Caching
  • Forwarding
BIND Install & Configuration
  • DNS implementations & installation overview
  • BIND 4.x, 8.x, 9.x
  • Windows (NT - Server 2008)
  • Install BIND on Linux
  • Lab 5.1: Install & Configure BIND on Linux
General IT Security Considerations
  • Understanding IT Security
  • Encryption vs. Authentication: Core Concepts
  • What does it mean to Authenticate vs. Encrypt Information
  • Authentication Concepts
  • Symmetric vs. Asymmetric Encryption Cryptography
  • PKI
DNS Security
  • Threat Analysis RFC3833
  • DNS Security Extensions
  • RFC 4033 - DNS Security Introduction and Requirements
  • RFC 4034 - Resource Records for the DNS Security Extensions
  • RFC 4035 - Protocol Modifications for the DNS Security Extensions
  • Zone signing, Zone Transfers using TSIG, SIG(0) and TKEY
  • DNSKEY, KEY RR
  • NSEC, NSEC3
  • RRSIG
  • DS RRs
Advanced DNS Topics
  • DNS and IPv6
  • AAAA RR & PTR / DNAME RR Latest developments & trends
  • IPv6 DNS issues
  • IPv6 DNS RFC Review (RFC 1886, RFC 2874, RFC 3363, etc)
  • IPv6 reverse delegation
  • DDNS Operation
  • Using DDNS for forward & reverse maps
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Hands On Training
Lab 1.1: Install and confgure Wireshark
Lab 1.2: Capture TCP/IP Traffic including ICMP
Lab 2.1: Capture and analyze DNS Traffic
Lab 5.1: Install BIND9 Servers
Lab 5.2: Hands ON Intro to Dig tool
Lab 6.1: Capture IPSec ESP & AH traffic
Lab 7.1: Advanced DIG for DNSSEC
Lab 7.2: Use Open Source DNSSEC Analysis Tools
Lab 8.1: Capture AAAA Records