Corporate networks are mission-critical and it is vital that staff are well-trained in the way they work.
All personnel responsible for the management, design, implementation, growth and troubleshooting of TCP/IP networks. Those with responsibility for security and disaster recovery will also benefit.
While completion of Understanding TCP/IP is not a pre-requisite, it is assumed that all students will have the equivalent level of knowledge or experience with TCP/IP networks.
Course Objectives:Describe in detail the TPC/IP architecture and protocols together with their use in corporate networks
Describe the present state of routing and understand proposed changes to IP and their implications
Define and maintain a domain system within a company network, and link a company intranet to the global Internet
Understand the security issues around today's networks, whether Internet connected or otherwise. Advise management on IT security policy.
Understand the issues surrounding network performance and troubleshooting. Be aware of network monitoring tools that are available.
Discuss how the Internet can be used to improve a company's information gathering and external dissemination strategies.
After completing this course, the student should be able to:
Key Topics:TCP/IP Architectual review
IP over LANS and WANS
Domains and DNS operation
Network Trouble Shooting
Using the Internet for Profit
Last modified: 18-Jan-2005