Genre: eLearning | MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 1.11 GB | Duration: 54 lectures • 3h 14m
Learn all the fundamentals of networking to become a troubleshooting master
What you'll learn
Understanding TCP/IP and OSI Networking Models
Explain the function and use of routers
Identify the difference and functions of switches and hubs
Identifying and utilizing different forms of cabling
Understanding the difference between servers and clients and how the operate
Identifying and properly using the layers of networking
Explain the details of how an ethernet frame operates
High level knowledge of Mac Address/IP and how it functions
Understanding of the main protocols associated with networking
Understand and describe and utilize subnetting and subnet masks
Explain DNS and UDP
Explain the process and function of DHCP
This is for beginners so there are no perquisites, but networking can be complex, so having a basic understanding of technology can be helpful
This is part two of a 5 part course designed to give you all the skills and knowledge necessary to qualify for entry level IT support positions. Students who complete this course will have a strong foundation in networking and technology in general and will have a strong basis for understanding all the necessary aspects of Information Technology to progress and excel in the field.
We'll be covering both the TCP/IP and OSI networking models, cables, switches, hubs, routers, server and routers Mac addresses, IP, layers of networking, DCHP and much more.
Network specific knowledge and troubleshooting
Network architectures TCP/IP and OSI
Understanding the differences and uses of hubs, switches, routers
The process of how data moves through a network and how specific failures in the network can lead to network issues
Routing and routing tables
Address Resolution Protocol
TCP and UDP
DNS and DHCP
Quality of Service (QoS)
By the end of this course you will know the core fundamentals of how the internet works and the technology that makes that possible. You will be able to discuss and explain from a top down perspective all the major elements of networking and understand and explain in detail the processes that are used in every network. The knowledge gained in this course will allow you to accurately identify and solve network related issues and even provide a foundation for configuring your own networks!
This course is designed to give students a strong foundation for networking and information technology as a whole. The knowledge supplied in this course will allow you to have a strong understanding of Information Technology and allow you to solve support cases and further your knowledge in Information Technology.
Who this course is for
Beginner Information Technology or Computers Science professionals. Anyone who wants to have a greater understanding of technology and the function of networking, computing and IT Support