Module 1: TCP/IP Configurations
Module 2: Configuration Gateway
Module 3: DNS Configurations
Module 4: IPV6
Module 5: Multicast
What is TCP/IP? The communication standard that devices use to exchange data across the internet. Why do I need this certification? Knowledge of core networking principles is essential for advancing a career in cyber security or information assurance. What will I learn? Network Fundamentals TCP/IP?s role in layered network protocols Key Topics: Classful and subnet addressing RTO Linux and Standard Methods Congestive control Get TCP/IP Certified Today: TCP/IP is the communication standard that devices use to exchange data across the internet. Knowledge of core networking principles is essential for advancing a career in cyber security or information assurance. Recently, Greg Greenlee, in his blog: ?8 Steps to becoming an It Professional,? ranks Learn TCP/IP as number 4 on the list. The TCP/IP Micro Certification Course provides a strong base knowledge for the foundation of networking and preparation for an expansive list of career opportunities. On top of that, it demonstrates about 6 or more months of experience. With this certification, you?ll learn topics such as: classful and subnet addressing, RTO, both the Linux and the Standard method, and Congestive Control. In contrast to the OSI reference model, TCP/IP only uses 4 layers, but a firm understanding of both models, and their roles in layered network protocols will later help you tackle advanced networking. As demonstrated in this 0P3N post, ?A Comprehensive Guide to TCP/IP? there are many aspects to the topic of TCP/IP, so taking a TCP/IP skills certification course and subsequent test will help ensure better information retention.
Certificate of Completion
Complete this entire course to earn a TCP/IP Certificate of Completion