Computer Network: IT Networking Fundamentals 2016
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Learn Network and Computer Systems and begin a career with a $66,000 annual salary
4.4 (33 ratings)
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Last updated 3/2016
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  • 2 hours on-demand video
  • 7 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What Will I Learn?
This courses address Local Area Networks (LANs), network definition using the OSI model, wired and wireless networks, Internet Protocol (IP), TCP/IP in the command line, networking services, wide area networks (WANs), and much more
Understanding Local Area Networks: Learn about local area networks (LANs) including network devices, data transfer, and types of LANs. Explore network topologies and access methods. Compare peer-to-peer and client/server network models.
Defining Networks with the OSI Model. ​Get to know the OSI model, and explore switches. Review the layers in the OSI and TCP/IP models, plus review different types of switches.
Understanding Wired and Wireless Networks including an overview of twisted-pair and fiber optic cables, and an overview of wireless devices and wireless networking standards.
Understanding Internet Protocol: Review IPv4 and IPv6. Review IPv4 address categories, default gateways, DNS servers, and subnetting.
Implementing TCP/IP in the Command Line: Basic and advanced TCP/IP commands.
Networking Services: Look at topics related to understanding common networking services and different name resolution techniques.
Understanding Wide Area Networks. Explore routers and WANs. See how routers function, including how data can be routed statically or dynamically, and learn how WANs are connected.
Learn about concepts of the Internet.
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Requirements
  • Although this Network Fundamental Course does not assume any prior knowledge of network administration or configuration, you should understand the fundamental purposes of a network and be comfortable working with a computer.
Description

This Network Fundamental Course is a comprehensive training course that brings topics to life through the use of demonstrations, animations, and configurations, making learning these fundamental networking topics easy and fun.


Instructor, Gregory, walks you through the full range of topics including protocol reference models; network devices, topologies, and services; WAN technologies; network cables and connectors; network design; Local Area Network technologies; network addressing and routing; unified communication; visualization; network security; and network maintenance.

The videos contained in this course provide you more than 3 hours of instruction. Modules are divided into easy to digest lessons and conclude with summaries and interactive module and quizzes to help assess your knowledge.

Module 1 and 10  is preceded by an introduction by Joey Perez West, a Model Spokesperson and member of Producers and Screen Actors Guild. 

Module 2 is preceded by an introduction by Melissa, also known as 'Modelgirl5er', a Model spokesperson and online entrepreneur specializing in Freelance Marketing service through microeconomics forums online. 

Module 3 and 4 are preceded by an introduction by  Brian, an MBA graduate and Director of Marketing in the United States; specializing in Public Relations. 

Designed to take you inside Basic Networking concepts in a unique and interactive way, This course is guaranteed to help you master the fundamental networking topics that will help you succeed.

Who is the target audience?
  • Anyone interested in learning basic networking concepts, configuration, and troubleshooting skills.
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Networking Fundamenals
16 Lectures 02:14:15

In this Module, student will learn about Local Area Networks (LANs), network devices, and data transfer.

Preview 00:54

In this module, student will learn about Local Area Networks (LANs), Network Devices, and Data Transfer.

Preview 15:31

This quiz will help you to review Local Area Networks

Local Area Networks
5 questions

Module 2 Introduction
00:38

In module, student will explore Network Topologies and Ethernet Standards. Students will also Compare peer-to-peer and client/server network models.

Understanding Local Area Networks. Part 2
12:22

Local Area Networks
3 questions

In this module, students will get to know the OSI model, and explore switches. The module also include an overview of the layers in the OSI and TCP/IP models, plus review different types of switches.

Understanding the OSI Model
08:52

Understanding the OSI Model Part 2
08:19

Understanding the OSI Model Part 3
07:46


In this module, student will explore media types including twisted-pair and fiber optic cables.



Wired and Wireless Networks. Part 1
13:06

In this module, students will take a look at wireless networking. Topics include an overview of wireless devices and wireless networking standards.
Wired and Wireless Networks. Part 2
13:54

The most common type of wire used in networking is made up of:

The OSI Model, Wired Networks, and Wireless Networks
3 questions

I this module, students will get to know IPv4 and IPv6. Students will Review IPv4 address categories, default gateways, DNS servers, subnetting, and Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR).

Internet Protocol
09:38

This module will help students to Understand TCP/IP in the Networking. The module include a review of the command prompt. Students will see demonstrations of basic and advanced TCP/IP commands.

Understanding TCP / IP in the Command Line
09:41

In this module, student will look at topics related to networking services and names resolution.

Understanding Network Services
06:58

In this module, student will explore static and dynamic routing; and Wide Area Networks.

Wide Area Networks
14:01

Final Quiz
5 questions

Module 10 Introduction
01:00

In this module, students will learn about concepts of the Internet.

Understanding the Internet
11:04
About the Instructor
Melbourne Gregory
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A highly skilled professional, Melbourne Gregory’s experience includes 7 years’ extensive experience in the field of Information Technology, particularly in Computer Networks. He has diverse experiences in Network and System Administration, especially with Cisco devices. Furthermore, he is professionally certified from Cisco (CCNP and CCNA) and from Microsoft (MCP and MCITP Enterprise Administrator). Melbourne as earned Graduate and Postgraduate degrees in the disciplines and Science and Business.

With over 4 years of experience in Academia, Melbourne is an excellent communicator who efficiently teaches complicated topics regarding Computer Science and Economics to students at all levels. His practical approach and dedication to his students' learning makes him an effective online instructor.