IT Networking Fundamentals Course | Syed Raza | Skillshare

IT Networking Fundamentals Course

Syed Raza, IT Architect: CEO www.claydesk.com

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22 Lessons (2h 43m)
    • 1. Course Introduction and Agenda

      2:49
    • 2. What is Networking?

      7:45
    • 3. What is a Local Area Network?

      8:03
    • 4. Understanding Networking Typologies

      8:46
    • 5. Basics of IP Addressing

      8:42
    • 6. Concept of Subnets

      11:23
    • 7. All Important OSI Model in Networking

      11:52
    • 8. Network Cabling

      9:23
    • 9. Network Tools

      6:19
    • 10. Wireless Networks

      5:46
    • 11. ipv4

      10:21
    • 12. ipV6

      6:32
    • 13. Basic TCP IP commands

      8:33
    • 14. Advanced TCP IP commands

      7:29
    • 15. All about DHCP

      5:02
    • 16. Internet and WWW

      8:19
    • 17. What is a VPN

      8:12
    • 18. What is a Router

      5:38
    • 19. Hubs and Switches

      5:11
    • 20. Different Types of Operating Systems (OS)

      7:02
    • 21. Firewall Basics

      6:46
    • 22. Course Conclusion

      3:15

About This Class

This course serves as a general introduction for students to acquire a foundation in IT Networking Fundamentals including core areas that function within a given computer network. The course provides an introduction to the hardware, software, terminology, components, design, and connections of a network, as well as the network typologies and protocols for WANs and LANs including the all important Subnets.

Upon completion of this course, with appropriate study, the student will have learned to:

  • Identify the components of a network and determine the type of network design most appropriate for a given site.

  • Identify the different media used in network communications, distinguish among them, and determine how to use them to connect servers and clients in a network.

  • Differentiate among networking standards, protocols, and access methods and determine which is most appropriate for a given network.

  • Recognize the primary network architectures, identify their major characteristics, and determine which is most appropriate for a proposed network.

  • Identify the primary functions of network operating systems and distinguish between a centralized computing environment and a client/server environment.

  • Determine how to implement and support the major networking components, including the server, operating system, and clients.

  • Propose a system for adequately securing data on a given network and protecting the system’s components.

  • Distinguish between LANs and wide-area networks (WANs) and identify the components used to expand a LAN into a WAN.

  • Understand various hardware available and used in a network

  • Concept of TCP/IP and protocols

See you in class!

Happy learning!

Syed