Modern Networks Technology and Infrastructure
(NETMOD, Live Instructor-Led Training, 4 days)


Description

This SETC certified course provides a thorough set of core skills that are required to understand modern networking architecture, concepts and topologies. This includes interconnectivity of local and distributed and wired and wireless networks. The course covers Coverage includes planning, installation, management and troubleshooting. If you are new to networking, this is the course for you.

Dates and Pricing


Jan 16 to Jan 19, 2018$2,500/person Feb 13 to Feb 16, 2018$2,500/person Mar 13 to Mar 16, 2018$2,500/person

Outline

Networking Fundamentals
Network Architecture Overview
The OSI Reference Model
About Protocols
About TCP/IP
Wireless Networks Vs Cabled Networks
Advantages and Disadvantages of Wireless Networks
Wireless Network Architecture and Protocols
Protocols
The Nature and Purpose of Protocols
How Computers Communicate
Circuit-switched Vs. Packet-switched
Connections and Connectionless Protocols
Sources of Protocols: Itu-t, Iso, IEEE and Ietf
Wireless Protocols
Wireless Standards: 802.11
Cabling and Connections
Analog and Digital Circuits
With Wire: Twisted Pair, Coaxial and Fiber-optic Cabling
Structured Cabling
EIA/TIA 568
Category 3, 5, 5e and 6 Utp
Wireless: Microwave, Cellular, Satellite
Dial-up Isdn
DSL, Cable Modem and Wireless
Wireless Equipment: Routers and Antennas
Planning and Architecture
Planning a Traditional Ethernet Network
Planning the Architecture of the Network
Planning Network Services
Planning for Wireless Access
Planning the Wireless Topology
Local Area Networks
LAN Characteristics and Concepts
Additional LAN Standards
Wireless LANs
IEEE 802.11
Token Ring
Wireless Considerations
Interconnection of LANs
Repeaters and Switches
Transparent Switching (ethernet)
Switched Ethernet
Layer 2 and 3 Switches
VLANs
Inteconnecting Wireless LANs
Mixing Wired with Wireless.
Wide Area Networks (wans
Wan Characteristics and Concepts
X.25 and Frame Relay
ATM Cell Relay
Routers
Why and When To Use Routers
Routers As Building Blocks of the Internet and Intranets
Wireless Routers
Routing Strategies, Advantages Pitfalls
Multiprotocol Routers
Ip-switching
Qos with Ip
Mpls
Voip
Ipv6
The Internet
Network Applications
TCP/IP Network Planning and Implementation
Functions and Services
Network Applications Overview
Mobile Applications: Wireless Services
Cell Phone Integration
Network Management
Why Network Management Is Critical
snmp
rmon
mibs
Protocol Analyzers
Fault Isolation
Managing the Wireless Network
The Directory
The Need for a Network Directory
X.500: Microsoft Versus Novell
Active Directory Terminology
Planning an Active Directory
Planning an Enterprise Directory
Intranet and Internet Security
Forms of Encryption
Public Key
Trusted Certificates
IPSec
Virtual Private Networks (vpns)
Firewalls and Internet Security
Wireless Security
Controlling Access By Mac Address
Extensible Authentication Protocol (eap)
Connecting To a Radius Server
Restricting Outbound Access
Network Address Translation (nat)
Enabling DMZ and Port Forwarding
Server 2016
Planning the Active Directory
Implementing File and Printer Services
Backup and Recovery
Installing Active Directory
Functional Levels
Planning the Topography
Planning for Sites
Replication
Implementing Users and Groups
Implementing Policies
Implementing DFS