Establish Network Connections Wired & WWAN (Cellular)

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Establish Network Connections Wired & WWAN (Cellular)

Establish Network Connections Wired & WWAN (cellular)

Our next connectivity type explores Wireless and Cellular connectivity.  Wired networks are far more secure networks and you’ll learn why this is and how wired connectivity works.

We’ll discuss the 4 components required for wired connectivity, the function of each of those components and how they are configured.

You’ll learn the importance of a  default gateway system for wired connectivity and what process are automatically configured vs. having to configure and how these default configurations can be further tightened up to provide even more security.

And finally, we’ll discuss what wired functionalities are operating system specific and how to enable/configure those settings.

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