TCP/IP Fundamentals LiveLessons

TCP/IP Fundamentals LiveLessons
TCP/IP Fundamentals LiveLessons
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 44KHz 2ch | 8h 17m | 3.65 GB

TCP/IP Fundamentals LiveLessons provides more than 8 hours of video learning that encompasses an in-depth exploration of the foundational concepts of the TCP/IP protocols as used today in modern enterprise and cloud provider networking. This course is specifically geared toward younger adult learners as well as individuals who are transitioning into a new career in information

It is a great first taste into networking and internetworking, and serves as a great prequel to any Network+ or CCNA-type course. The course offers a clear and easily digestible introduction and explanation of the protocols, services, and behaviors of the modern TCP/IP implementation. Michael Shannon uses slides, interactive board work, and whiteboards and provides several demonstrations of the technology on modern Windows, Linux, and Amazon Web Service environments.

Michael J. Shannon has more than 25 years of IT and information system experience working as an employee, contractor, and consultant for companies like MCI, Platinum Technologies, Fujitsu, IBM, State Farm, MindSharp, Skillsoft, and of course Pearson. He is uniquely qualified to provide detailed explanations to help you understand exactly what is happening under the hood when accessing the Internet, whether it’s using a corporate PC, laptop, mobile device, or even your web-enabled alarm!

This course is a great first step in the process for entry-level IT certifications such as CompTIA Network+, A+, Cisco CCNA, Juniper, PAN, and cloud services like Google Cloud Platform and Amazon Web Services.

What You Will Learn

  • A complete overview of all TCP/IP fundamentals
  • About ground-level Internet technology and general networking
Table of Contents

01 TCP_IP Fundamentals – Introduction
02 Module introduction
03 Learning objectives
04 1.1 Revisiting a Little “Byte” of History
05 1.2 Introducing Network Types and Attributes
06 1.3 Reviewing Network Performance Concepts
07 1.4 Examining Networking Standards and Organizations
08 1.5 Understanding Applied Binary and Hexadecimal Mathematics
09 Learning objectives
10 2.1 Introducing the International Organization for Standardization
11 2.2 Exploring General Concepts of the OSI Model
12 2.3 Examining the OSI Model Layers
13 Learning objectives
14 3.1 Getting Familiar with the Network Interface Layer
15 3.2 Getting Familiar with the Internet Layer
16 3.3 Getting Familiar with the Transport Layer
17 3.4 Getting Familiar with the Application Layer
18 Module introduction
19 Learning objectives
20 4.1 Pondering the Purpose of PPP
21 4.2 Examining the PPP Core Protocols
22 4.3 Introducing PPP Feature Protocols and EAP
23 4.4 Exploring the PPP Frame Formats
24 4.5 Demonstrating PPP and EAP Behavior
25 Learning objectives
26 5.1 Understanding the Need for Address Resolution
27 5.2 Examining the MAC Address
28 5.3 Examining the TCP_IP ARP Protocol
29 5.4 Looking at Reverse ARP
30 5.5 Demonstrating MAC addressing and ARP
31 Module introduction
32 Learning objectives
33 6.1 Reviewing IP Concepts and Versions
34 6.2 Understanding IPv4 Addressing Concepts
35 6.3 Working with Classful Addressing
36 6.4 Exploring IP Subnetting
37 6.5 Using Classless Inter-domain Routing
38 6.6 Examining Practical Addressing in Amazon Web Services
39 6.7 Examining IP Datagram Characteristics
40 Learning objectives
41 7.1 Understanding Why We Need a New IP Version
42 7.2 Comparing IPv4 to IPv6
43 7.3 Examining IPv6 Addressing
44 7.4 Examining IPv6 Distinctives
45 Module introduction
46 Learning objectives
47 8.1 Getting Familiar with ICMP
48 8.2 Getting Familiar with ICMPv6
49 8.3 Getting Familiar with IP Security (IPsec)
50 8.4 Demonstrating ICMP
51 Learning objectives
52 9.1 Understanding Static and Dynamic Routing
53 9.2 Examining Routing Information Protocol (RIPv2 and RIPng)
54 9.3 Examining Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)
55 9.4 Examining Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP)
56 9.5 Examining Border Gateway Protocol
57 9.6 Demonstrating BGP in Amazon Web Services
58 Module introduction
59 Learning objectives
60 10.1 Understanding Ports and Sockets
61 10.2 Examining TCP Behavior and Characteristics
62 10.3 Examining TCP Operations
63 10.4 Demonstrating TCP Operations
64 Learning objectives
65 11.1 Comparing UDP to TCP
66 11.2 Understanding UDP Ports
67 11.3 Exploring Common UDP Services
68 11.4 Demonstrating Datagram TLS
69 Module introduction
70 Learning objectives
71 12.1 Introducing the Domain Name System (DNS)
72 12.2 Introducing the File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
73 12.3 Introducing Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
74 12.4 Introducing the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)
75 12.5 Introducing Electronic Mail Systems
76 12.6 Introducing Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP)
77 12.7 Introducing Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS)
78 12.8 Demonstrating the Wireshark Packet Sniffer Tool
79 TCP_IP Fundamentals – Summary