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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This course is part of the following program(s)
1. Applied Cybersecurity Fundamentals
Why This Course?
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.
Various IT positions
Network Protocols and Standards
Configuring Routers and Switches
Subnetting and Routing
Configuring Network Services
Network Monitoring and Troubleshooting and Tools
Enterprise Network Design