Course Content

Module 1: Course Module 1

16:03
1.1 OSI Model Shipping Model
03:03
1.2 TCP/IP Model Overview
09:27
1.3 Devices & Protocols in Relation to OSI Model (part 1)
06:59
1.4 Devices & Protocols in Relation to OSI Model (part 2)
17:49
1.5 IP Addresses in Relation to OSI Model
17:31
1.6 IP Address Classes
19:53
1.7 APIPA (part 1)
10:22
1.8 APIPA (part 2)
18:22
1.9 CIDR

Module 2: Course Module 2

14:32
2.1 IPV4 vs IPV6
12:48
2.2 MAC Addresses
18:19
2.3 Subnetting (part 1)
20:08
2.4 Subnetting (part 2)
08:44
2.5 Unicast, Multicast and Broadcast
15:15
2.6 Routing and Switching (part 1)
12:43
2.7 Routing and Switching (part 2)
11:20
2.8 Routers
11:26
2.9 Routing Tables
14:19
2.10 Routing Metrics

Module 3: Course Module 3

17:00
3.1 IGP vs EGP
13:11
3.2 Dynamic Routing Tables
13:20
3.3 Spanning Tree Protocol
11:56
3.4 Broadcast vs Collision Domain
13:30
3.5 VLAN
14:32
3.6 Port Mirroring
07:59
3.7 TCP/IP Suite (part 1)
12:27
3.8 TCP/IP Suite (part 2)
12:06
3.9 Communications Protocols: TCP
07:58
3.10 Communications Protocols: UDP
00:00
3.11 Network Fundamentals

Course Description

What is a computer network? A collection of computer systems and other computer hardware devices that are connected through communication channels which facilitate resource sharing among an array of users. Networks are characterized based on different characteristics, for example: LANs and WANs. Why do I need this certification? Networks underlie all Information Technology activities, so a strong foundation of basic networking concepts is critical to a successful career in IT. What will I learn? The hardware and protocols used in creating networks Routing basics The tools used in network monitoring How to analyze network traffic Key Topics: Subnetting TCP/IP OSI Get Your Network Fundamentals Certification Today: What underlines all Information Technology activities? Networks, of course. So, a strong foundation of basic networking concepts is critical to a successful career in IT. A computer network is a collection of computer systems and other computer hardware devices that are connected through communication channels which facilitate resource sharing among an array of users. Networks are characterized based on different characteristics, for example: LANs and WANs. Strong comprehension of hardware and protocols used in creating networks is essential to future success, as well as a grasp on concepts such as: routing basics, IP addresses, and the 2 reference models, OSI and TCP/IP. In order to take a structured, layered approach to IT networking, one must first understand subnetting, troubleshooting, the tools used in network monitoring, analyzing network traffic and examining switch/ router configurations. Once you possess knowledge on basic network functions, standards, and protocols, as the Network Fundamentals Micro Certification prepares you for, you will be ready to tackle advanced networking issues. Completion of the Network Fundamentals Skill Certification course should be supplemented with further knowledge in the topics of: Subnetting, TCP/IP and OSI

Instructed By

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Anthony Harris
Instructor

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Course Components

On Demand Videos to learn from industry leaders
Assessments to gauge understanding and comprehension

Certificate of Completion

Certificate Of Completion

Complete this entire course to earn a Network Fundamentals Certificate of Completion