Linux server configuration and mikrotik management
Setu, Md. Ahsanuzzaman
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The Linux Server Administration is a popular way of managing network communications related to its functionality, reliability and security. MikroTik is a very low cost and easy access router which can be used for small and large Network management this internship refers to the complete setup process of an ISP Server Administration and provides various services to the Linux operating system. The main goal of internship is to set up a Linux server and usually configure various services provided by ISP. The first part of the Internship report gives a brief overview of the Linux operating system and server details. Fundamental commands, network configurations, and discussions about Centos package managers. Later, the process of configuring different services like Samba, DNS, and Web servers has been discussed in this section. In the second part, we have researched various MikroTik router features - routing (both). IPv4 and IPv6, firewalls, IP and bandwidth management, bridges, gateways, NATs, DHCP and more. We did some basic configuration solve. For example - interface, route, DNS, DHCP, Bridge and Queue. The router's upgrade process may be needed to take a new version in the future. Finally, to manage and to provide security to our network, we were able to discuss some special features.