For Linux System Administrator. I don't need CCNA cert. I don't need to be explicitly a network engineer. I just need to be able to troubleshoot network related issues.
Googling and learning. Didn't work. I need to have a good grasp of concepts taught in college at first! No next question. Thankfully not my first time learning the college textbook on Networks.
Step 1) I don't like tanenbaum, so these are the books that I'll buy and read.
- Fourouzan networks
- Stallings networks
- TCP IP by philip miller book
- Comptia network+/A+ good book
- CCNA official cert guide book
- Networking for Systems Administrators (It Mastery) Michael W Lucas
- TCP/IP Network Administration oreilly
- The Practice of System and Network Administration oreilly
- DNS and BIND oreilly
- Wireshark course
- HTTP the definitive guide, oreilly
Critique this roadmap and add your valuable input here. If you've any books suggestions on the way, do share! If I could get apprenticeship/internship in networks, it'd be great, but I don't have one atm and I'm working as a linuxadmin. This whole would take me about 1.5 years to complete along with my job. Thus I want to know that if learning all these would be well worth it? Tell me if I can cut out some garbage here.