This course for network implementation personnel, network designers and managers, developers of distributed applications and those interested in learning more about networking and the architecture of TCP/IP.
Network implementation personnel, network designers and managers, developers of distributed applications and those interested in learning more about networking.
While completion of a Networking Introduction course is not a prerequisite, it is assumed that all delegates will have the equivalent level of networking knowledge.
To understand what network protocols are, why internetworking is important and the basics of TCP/IP in Internets and Intranets. To understand the functions of the different layers of a network architecture, where TCP/IP fits within a network architecture and what functions it performs.
Key Topics:Terminology and frame formats used in Ethernet/IEEE and Token-Ring Local Area Networks
Internet and Standards Organizations, Internet sites, registration and RFC's
IP (Internetworking Protocol)
ICMP (Internet Control Message Protocol)
Routing in Internets and Intranets
IGP's (Interior Gateway Protocols)
EGP's (Exterior Gateway Protocols)
UDP (User Datagram Protocol)
TCP (Transmission Control Protocol)
The Client/Server model - APIs and Sockets
DNS (Domain Name System)
TCP/IP Application Suite
Network Security and Firewalls
Last modified: 18-Jan-2005