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COURSE OVERVIEW

A network is a group of two or more computer systems linked together. It can be categorized in several
different ways according to the geographic area it spans, for example typically span a single home,
school, or small office building, reach across cities, states, or even across the world.
This course covers the basic knowledge and skills on building and configuring an effective and efficient
small to medium size network. As the course progresses, students will be able to understand basic
networking fundamentals, configure IPv and IPv! address, creating "P# tunnel, and set up the $#%,
$&'P, Printer and (ile server.
Duration: 3 days
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
#etwork Administrators & Professional who have
little to no experience in networking, but want to learn
basic concepts of network
PREREQUISITES
There are no prere)uisites for this course.
COURSE CONTENT
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NETWORKING ESSENTI ALS
OSI & TCP/IP COMMUNICATION
Standards of Communication What is the OSI Model?
OSI Model Diagram The TCP/IP Protocol Suite
Transport a!er Protocols TCP Internet a!er
Protocols IP T!pes of Communication
NETWORKING COMPONENTS
What is a "et#or$? What is a Protocol? Introduction to
IP %ddressing Wired "et#or$ Media &TP/STP 'i(er
Optic Connectors and Wiring Standards 'ast )thernet
and *iga(it )thernet &nderstanding +u(s S#itches and
,outer Intrusion Detection and 'ire#all
IP ADDRESSING IP 4 & IP 6
Planning IP-. %ddressing Scheme ,ules of IP
%ddressing What is "%T? +o# Computers *et IP
%ddresses What is a Default *ate#a!? What is
Su(netting? "e# %ddressing Technolog! / IP-0 T!pes
of IP-0 %ddresses IP-. / IP-0 Compati(ilit!
CONNECT TO THE NETWORK
What is a Topolog!? Ph!sical "et#or$ Topologies1 2us3
Star3 ,ing3 and +!(rid W%" Technologies PPP 'rame
,ela!3 %DS and Wireless %" 4irtual %"s 4irtual
Pri-ate "et#or$s / 4P"
CONFIGURING THE NETWORK
Configuring the IP %ddress on Computers Configuring
4irtual %"s Configuring IP ,outing Creating a
'ire#all ,ule Configuring PPP #ith C+%P Setting up
'rame ,ela! Connection Creating a 4P"s Tunnel
CONFIGURING WIRELESS NETWORK
2enefits of Wireless "et#or$ing Wireless "et#or$ing
Standards Wireless ,outer 5 %ccess Point Placement
Configuring Wireless ,outer 5 %ccess Point Securing a
Wireless "et#or$
TCP/IP COMMAND LINE TOOLS
ipconfig/arp/route Commands ping/tracert/pathping
Commands netstat/n(tstat/nsloo$up Commands
telnet/ftp/netsh Commands
DOMAIN NAME SYSTEM - DNS
+ost and "et2IOS "ames ,esol-ing "ames to IP
%ddresses "ame ,esolution Process Configuring D"S
Ser-er
DYNAMIC HOST CONFIGURATION PROTOCOL - DHCP
2asics of D+CP &sing D+CP in a ,outed "et#or$
,outing Installing D+CP Ser-ices ,ole Configuring
D+CP Ser-er
REMOTE DESKTOP SERVICES - RDS
O-er-ie# of ,emote Des$top Ser-ices ,DS ,ole
Ser-ices Configuring ,DS Ser-ices
CONFIGURING PRINT SERVER
Installing a Printer Sharing a Printer Configuring Print
Permissions Managing Dri-ers Trou(leshooting
Printers
CONFIGURING FILE SERVER
Sharing 'olders Installing 'ile Ser-ice ,ole %ccessing
Shared 'older 6uota Management &tilit!
SECURING THE NETWORK
'ire#alls Other Securit! De-ices "et#or$ %ccess
Securit! &ser %uthentication De-ice Securit!
Common Securit! Threats