This is a first in a series of beginner courses on TCP/IP Data Networking. This course covers - IP Data Networking with Subnetting, DHCP, NAT and ARP basics. The idea is to give a high level overview of these protocols, so that the student can then go out and read more material easily. Suitable for undergrad 2nd and 3rd year students learning TCP/IP Networking. The videos also give some examples of how packets traverse the routers, especially, in the case of NAT function in the boundary routers.
I have 25 years of experience in the Data Networking Industry, working on Networking Protocols like TCP/IP, Ethernet and 80.211 WiFi Technologies. I have experience in building embedded security products based on IPSec, with IP Routers, WiFi Access Points and Controllers, and on Cloud based Applications. I have also built a few Android Apps on Networking Tools and MQTT clients.