Course Details

Computer Networking

course Instructor-led

Students study networking concepts, and develop an understanding of the relationship between network hardware, topologies, protocols, and addressing. They explore switching and routing algorithms and protocols, and gain hands-on skills using networking devices and software. They also develop the skill to set up a small functional network using wired LAN and WLAN devices and run networking applications, like HTTP, FTP, email to experience end-to-end connectivity.

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CAD 550



56 hours




This course is part of the following program(s)

1. Applied Cybersecurity Fundamentals

Why This Course?


Upgrading Skills

After completing this course, students will be able to:

1. Explain the functioning of a protocol, how protocols define the architecture of the Internet and where they come from.

2. Explain the underlying technologies of a LAN: wire and logical topologies, physical wiring, MAC addressing and switching, IP and ARP to understand how these technologies work together to implement data communication networks.

3. More...


Employment Opportunity

  • Various IT positions


Main Topics

  • Networking Concepts

  • Network Infrastructure

  • Network Protocols and Standards

  • TCP/IP Addressing

  • Configuring Routers and Switches

  • Subnetting and Routing

  • Configuring Network Services

  • Network Monitoring and Troubleshooting and Tools

  • Enterprise Network Design


Training Methods

  • Offered online

  • Computer-based training

  • Supervised practical

  • Hands-on

  • Other