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3 days   *   Intermediate   *   Lecture only

Course Summary:
This course for network implementation personnel, network designers and managers, developers of distributed applications and those interested in learning more about networking and the architecture of TCP/IP.

Target Audience:
Network implementation personnel, network designers and managers, developers of distributed applications and those interested in learning more about networking.

Recommended Prerequisites:
While completion of a Networking Introduction course is not a prerequisite, it is assumed that all delegates will have the equivalent level of networking knowledge.

Course Objectives:
To understand what network protocols are, why internetworking is important and the basics of TCP/IP in Internets and Intranets. To understand the functions of the different layers of a network architecture, where TCP/IP fits within a network architecture and what functions it performs.

Key Topics:

  • Terminology and frame formats used in Ethernet/IEEE and Token-Ring Local Area Networks
  • Internet and Standards Organizations, Internet sites, registration and RFC's
  • IP (Internetworking Protocol)
  • ICMP (Internet Control Message Protocol)
  • Routing in Internets and Intranets
  • IGP's (Interior Gateway Protocols)
  • EGP's (Exterior Gateway Protocols)
  • UDP (User Datagram Protocol)
  • TCP (Transmission Control Protocol)
  • The Client/Server model - APIs and Sockets
  • DNS (Domain Name System)
  • TCP/IP Application Suite
  • Network Security and Firewalls

    Last modified: 18-Jan-2005

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