Network Fundamentals Training


Network Fundamentals Training

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Network is a structure that enables the efficient use of wired or wirelessly interconnected hardware (such as laptop, PC, server, modem, printer).

A strong foundation in basic networking concepts is the foundation for a successful career in the information technology sector.

The aim of this training is to practice and gain networking skills. You will learn about advanced networking, including basic network functions, standards and protocols, TCP/IP, security, wireless integration and IP.

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Understanding Local Area Networks
What is a Network?
Data Transfer over LAN
Types of Local Area Networks – Ethernet
Network Topologies
Ethernet Standards
Ethernet MAC addressing
Segments, frames and addressing
Types of data delivery
DIX (Ethernet version II) framework
LAN hardware – switches
Key operation
Network protocol analyzers
Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet and 10 Gigabit Ethernet
Ethernet transmission over copper cables
Fiber Optic media
Wireless Local Area Network
Virtual Local Area Networks (VLANs)
Port-based VLANs
Communication between VLANs

Wired and Wireless Networks
Twisted Cables (UTP-CAT)
Fiber Optic Cables
Wireless Network Devices
Wireless Network Standards
Application Wireless Access Point (WAP) Configuration

OSI Reference Model
Layers of the OSI Model
Communication Substrate
Layer 2 Switching
Layer 3 Switching
Upper OSI Layers
TCP/IP Model
Standards bodies – ISO
ISO OSI 7-layer model

Understanding Internet Protocol
Internet Protocol v4
Ipv4 Address Categories
Network Address Translation (NAT)
Default Gateway and DNS Server
Subnetting and CIDR
Internet Protocol v6

IP Address Resolution
Address Resolution Protocol (ARP)
Default Gateway (DGW)
Connecting hosts – same network
Connecting hosts – different network

IPv4 Address Limitations
Limitations of the Classful system
Subnet extensions
Subnet mask implementation subnet mask implementation subnet mask implementation subnet mask implementation
Default subnet masks

IP Address Allocation
IP address allocation
Dynamic IP address allocation – DHCP
Windows DHCP commands

Internet Control Message Protocol
Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP)
Tracking path (tracking)

IP Forwarding
Routers and routing
Static routing
Dynamic routing
Dynamic routing protocols

Host-to-Host Communication
TCP concepts
TCP/UDP ports and port numbers
TCP connection setup
Simple reliability
User Datagram Protocol (UDP)

IPv4 Network Address Translation (NAT)
Address translation
Dynamic NAT with Port Address Translation – full cone NAT
Restricted Cone NAT
Port-restricted cone NAT
Symmetric NAT

Network Services
What is DHCP? How does it work?
What is DNS? How it works

Application Layer
Domain Name System
Domain Name field
Windows DNS configuration
Testing DNS

Understanding Wide Area Networks
Static and Dynamic Routing
Wide Area Networks (WAN)
Connection Types

Internet Concepts
What is the Internet?
Intranet and Extranet
Virtual Private Network (VPN)
Safety Devices

Who Should Receive the Training?

  • Anyone who wants to learn how computer networks work
  • Anyone who wants to learn network basics
  • IT workers
  • New to the network environment
  • Non-technical professionals
  • Network Engineers and developers

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This training can be planned in different durations and content specific to your organization. Please contact us for detailed rich content and planning to realize your training objectives.

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