Computer Networks theory and network configurations
What you'll learn
- Understand the terms of computer networks
- Understand the theory of computer networks
- Use the theory to implement network connection tasks
- Use MS Dos commands to troubleshoot networks
- Understand how to remote access a network device of a LAN from internet
- There are no prerequisites to register to this course
In an increasingly interconnected world, the ability to understand and navigate computer networks is a fundamental skill. The "Computer Networks Theory and Network Configurations" course is an introductory journey into the realm of computer networks. Designed for individuals with little to no prior networking experience, this course aims to demystify the concepts of data transmission and network setups.
Students will start by grasping the core building blocks of networking, from the components that make up a network to the terminologies that define this field. Through a simplified approach, they will explore network models and protocols, gaining an understanding of how data is packaged and transported across networks.
This course offers an introductory exploration of computer networks, focusing on fundamental theories and practical aspects of network configurations. It is designed for individuals who are new to networking concepts and want to learn the basics of how data is transmitted and how networks are set up.
Meet your Instructor
IP addressing and subnetting
MS Dos network commands
Constructing a patch cord
Demonstrating MS Dos network commands
Configuring a NoIP account for dynamic DNS
Configuring network settings of a network device
Configuring network settings of a computer
This course is designed to provide students with a basic understanding of computer networks and network configurations, making it suitable for beginners who want to learn the essentials of networking concepts and basic network setup. Students will also learn how to access a network device of their LAN from the internet.
Who this course is for:
- Computer Network enthusiasts
- Technicians that want to enrich their theoritical background at computer networks
- Students that want to obtain immediately the theoretical background and excercise at some network connections
Gerasimos has been working in the IT and Security Sector for 18 years. He has held various roles such as Project Manager, Technical Director, and Business Owner at New Technology applications, including Physical Access Control.
In addition to his extensive professional experience, he also has 18 years of teaching experience at educational institutes, where he has taught subjects such as computer networks, Operating Systems, electronics, and Security Electronic Devices.
Gerasimos holds two bachelor's degrees in Physics and Informatics, a diploma in Electronics, and three Master's degrees in Business Administration, Economics, and Digital Marketing. He continues to pursue further studies in various scientific fields.
He is passionate to share his knowledge and experience on different scientific and technology fields.