[LiveLessons] TCP-IP Fundamentals


[LiveLessons] TCP-IP Fundamentals

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Module 1: TCP/IP Overview and History

Lesson 1: Networking Fundamentals
Learning objectives
1.1 Revisiting a Little “Byte” of History
1.2 Introducing Network Types and Attributes
1.3 Reviewing Network Performance Concepts
1.4 Examining Networking Standards and Organizations
1.5 Understanding Applied Binary and Hexadecimal Mathematics

Lesson 2: The OSI Reference Model
Learning objectives
2.1 Introducing the International Organization for Standardization
2.2 Exploring General Concepts of the OSI Model
2.3 Examining the OSI Model Layers

Lesson 3: TCP/IP Protocol Suite and Architecture
Learning objectives
3.1 Getting Familiar with the Network Interface Layer
3.2 Getting Familiar with the Internet Layer
3.3 Getting Familiar with the Transport Layer
3.4 Getting Familiar with the Application Layer

Module 2: Lower Layer Core Protocols and Services

Lesson 4: Point-To-Point Protocol (PPP)
Learning objectives
4.1 Pondering the Purpose of PPP
4.2 Examining the PPP Core Protocols
4.3 Introducing PPP Feature Protocols and EAP
4.4 Exploring the PPP Frame Formats
4.5 Demonstrating PPP and EAP Behavior

Lesson 5: TCP/IP Address Resolution Protocols
Learning objectives
5.1 Understanding the Need for Address Resolution
5.2 Examining the MAC Address
5.3 Examining the TCP/IP ARP Protocol
5.4 Looking at Reverse ARP
5.5 Demonstrating MAC addressing and ARP

Module 3: The Internet Protocol

Lesson 6: IP Version 4
Learning objectives
6.1 Reviewing IP Concepts and Versions
6.2 Understanding IPv4 Addressing Concepts
6.3 Working with Classful Addressing
6.4 Exploring IP Subnetting
6.5 Using Classless Inter-domain Routing
6.6 Examining Practical Addressing in Amazon Web Services
6.7 Examining IP Datagram Characteristics

Lesson 7: IP Version 6
Learning objectives
7.1 Understanding Why We Need a New IP Version
7.2 Comparing IPv4 to IPv6
7.3 Examining IPv6 Addressing
7.4 Examining IPv6 Distinctives

Module 4: IP Support Protocols

Lesson 8: IP Support and Management Protocols
Learning objectives
8.1 Getting Familiar with ICMP
8.2 Getting Familiar with ICMPv6
8.3 Getting Familiar with IP Security (IPsec)
8.4 Demonstrating ICMP

Lesson 9: TCP/IP Routing Protocols
Learning objectives
9.1 Understanding Static and Dynamic Routing
9.2 Examining Routing Information Protocol (RIPv2 and RIPng)
9.3 Examining Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)
9.4 Examining Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP)
9.5 Examining Border Gateway Protocol
9.6 Demonstrating BGP in Amazon Web Services

Module 5: Transport Layer Protocols

Lesson 10: Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)
Learning objectives
10.1 Understanding Ports and Sockets
10.2 Examining TCP Behavior and Characteristics
10.3 Examining TCP Operations
10.4 Demonstrating TCP Operations

Lesson 11: User Datagram Protocol (UDP)
Learning objectives
11.1 Comparing UDP to TCP
11.2 Understanding UDP Ports
11.3 Exploring Common UDP Services
11.4 Demonstrating Datagram TLS

Module 6: TCP/IP Application Layer Protocols

Lesson 12: Surveying the Application Layer Protocols and Services
Learning objectives
12.1 Introducing the Domain Name System (DNS)
12.2 Introducing the File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
12.3 Introducing Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
12.4 Introducing the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)
12.5 Introducing Electronic Mail Systems
12.6 Introducing Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP)
12.7 Introducing Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS)
12.8 Demonstrating the Wireshark Packet Sniffer Tool.

Author – Michael J Shannon
Release Date – November 2018

Size: 3.65 GB

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