This Instructor-led course provides an extensive view of networking concepts and technologies while exploring the standardized protocols used in networks today. It can also serve as a foundational course preparing students that are entering into the IP networking field needing a working knowledge of a networks structure and function. Studies include the physical and logical understanding of basic networking operations, Layer 2/3 addressing and standardized multi-vendor supported core, management and monitoring protocols. Multi-cast forwarding using PIM and IGMP protocols are discussed and an overview of popular WAN technologies deployed past in present.
This course is designed to complete an attendee's network foundational knowledge of common Industry Standard Protocols. This course also provides required knowledge for aspiring students seeking to become network administrators, system administrators, network architects, systems engineers, and technical support engineers engaging in installation, configuration, maintenance, and basic troubleshooting of IP networks.
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There are no prerequisites for this course.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to:
Describe the OSI reference model and the function of each layer
Describe the TCP/IP model
Explain end-to-end packet flow
Describe the differences between, an L2 switch, and an L3 switch/router
Describe Layer 2 functionality and its supported protocols (VLAN, STP, 802.1Q, LACP, physical address)
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