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TCP/IP Fundamentals and Internetworking Concepts

Networking technologies are rapidly changing and it is difficult to keep up with all the new terminology and directions. The course emphasis is on TCP/IP suite of protocols and applications. Other networking protocols, network topologies and media requirements are reviewed, along with historical milestones on the development of TCP/IP to provide perspective.

This course provides an introductory framework for the student to successfully build a foundation on which to take full advantage of a TCP/IP and internetworking environment.

You will learn:

  • Components of the TCP/IP protocol suite
  • TCP/IP networking terminology
  • History of the evolution of the Internet and TCP/IP

Topics to be covered:

  • The history and growth of the Internet and its culture
  • Where the Internet is today
    • Popular Internet applications
  • Basic networking concepts
    • Local Area Networks
    • Wide Area Networks
    • Networking protocol review
  • TCP/IP fundamentals
    • Layered model
    • Addressing
    • Routing
    • Name to Address translations
  • Basic TCP/IP applications
    • File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
    • Telnet
    • Electronic Mail

Class length:

  • 1 day


  • New System Managers
  • New Network Managers
  • Management


  • None

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