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After taking this course, you will have a strong base for other courses and IT areas that rely on networks. You’ll have the knowledge for high-demand positions such as a network engineer, production engineer, and site reliability engineer. Understanding networking is also key in any IT administration role.
At the conclusion of the course, you should be able to
- Describe the media, data link layers & physical networks
- Explain Network Layer Concepts and the use of IP Addressing/Subnetting
- Explain how IP routing, TCP/IP and UDP work
- Identify the concepts fragmentation, sliding window and congestion control
- Contrast core protocols including IPv4, IPv6, and IPSec.
- Employ core Internet application protocols including DNS, DHCP, NAT, and HTTP
- Analyze the basic public/private key Cryptography and the basis of protocols like TLS/SSL
- Discuss SDN, Networking Visualization and the Future of Networking
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Estimated Cost: $750
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