MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + srt | Duration: 23 lectures (4h 11m) | Size: 557.7 MB
Learn about various types of networks (LAN, WAN, etc.
Learn all about the basics of computer networking, fundamental concepts and basic network security concepts
Understand what a Network is all about
Understand the OSI Model
Understand the core concepts of TCP/IP protocol
Understand the basics of subnetting
Understand networking hardware and their purpose
Understand the basics of IP addressing
Understand captured network traffic
Configure IPv4 and IPv6
Familiarity of Windows operating system
Familiarity of Linux operating system
Computer networks are at the core of our everyday lives. While any wireless technology is often referred to as wireless, and most networked ones as simply a network, there are multiple different technologies, protocols, and configurations to be done to properly set up a network at home, or in an office.
Today's computing devices are always connected to a network. While increasing productivity, this also increases the risk of malicious activity.
In this course, you will learn foundational knowledge of networking services and concepts. Subsequently, you will learn about IPv4 and IPv6 addressing and protocols. Lastly, you will be introduced to the layers of computer network defense and secure network design. After finishing this course, you'll have an understanding of network hardware and software, and you'll be able to gain insights from captured network traffic.
This course is designed to get you started as quickly as possible. There are a variety of self-paced learning activities. You will get:
Video lectures on each topic explaining each concept thoroughly with examples (and Demonstrations where applicable)
Review questions (quizz) at the end of the course to test your knowledge on the topics learned throughout the course
Links to additional resources/blogs/videos for further documentation and more in depth details reading.
Anyone who wants to understand Computer Networking Fundamentals
Bner level students who are new to the IT Networking field