What about this course?
The Network Communication series covers the most basic concepts of computer networking, an essential and valuable resource for any networking career. The program is vendor-neutral, but it is also a valuable stepping stone for those pursuing Cisco certifications. This video series should be completed before pursuing CCNA training. The Network Communication Level 1 video course download covers the preliminary essentials that a network engineer must know to survive and excel in this rapidly growing industry. Specifically, the course covers the basics of physical layer connectivity, network topologies, and general networking concepts including the OSI model, subnetting, and a complete overview of how networking works.
Instructor for this course
This course is composed by the following modules
Course and Instructor Introduction
Defining Your Path
Networking Basics :: Part 1
Networking Basics :: Part 2
Introduction to Protocols
Ethernet Protocols and Layer 2 Communication
IP Protocols and Layer 3 Communication
Public and Private Addressing (RFC 1918)
Determining the Number Of Hosts In An Address Space and Understanding Network and Broadcast Addresses
Address Exhaustion and Subnet Masking :: Part 1
Address Exhaustion and Subnet Masking :: Part 2
Introduction to Transport Layer Communications :: TCP and UDP
Introduction to Common Networking Applications :: TFTP :: FTP :: Telnet
Bringing It All Together :: How Networking Happens
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