"APG 40 Operation and Maintenance (Windows 2003)"
APG 40 Operation and Maintenance (Windows 2003) LZU 108 6567 R1C Description This course will introduce students to operational as well as maintenance issues on the APG40 platform (APG40C/2 and APG40C/4). After attending the course the students will be able to work practically with common APG40 handling tasks. Learning objectives On completion of this course the participants will be able to: 1 Describe the APG40 hardware and software on an overview level 1.1 List the characteristics of all hardware boards and connections 1.2 Explain how the APG40 is built up 2 Be able to use different interfaces to connect to the APG40 platform 2.1 Connect to the APG40 using Telnet, WinFiol or Terminal Server 3 Describe the Alarm System on an overview level 3.1 Describe how the AEH, ALH, and PRC co-operate to raise alarms 4 Define GOH data for the transfer of file and block outputs to remote destinations 4.1 Configure CDH, AFP and DBO functions for the transfer of data to remote systems 5 Collect statistics using STS 5.1 Configure the STS on APG40 to request, store and output counter data from the CP 6 Describe the concept AD-devices 6.1 Configure an AD-devices for command input and for routing of printouts 7 Load the CP from the APG40 8 Complete a backup and restore of the APG40 platform 8.1 Handle the burbackup and burrestore commands according to the OPIs 8.2 Use Hard Function Change and Soft Function Change to install new software and/or update parameters Target audience The target audience for this course is: System Technicians, System Engineers. This audience are personnel working with Network Maintenance, Network Operation and System Administration. Prerequisites The participants should preferably have some knowledge of Windows 2003 Server and have AXE knowledge equal to the course LZU 108 6145 AXE Operation and Configuration or at least equal to the course: LZU 108775 AXE Survey Duration and class size The length of the course is 4 days and the maximum number of participants is 9. Learning situation This course is based on theoretical and practical instructor-led lessons given in both classroom and in a technical environment using equipment and tools, which are accessed remotely