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This course is designed for all professionals who use the Internet.


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This course will cover fundamental networking concepts and practices. (see full course description)


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Training Course Syllabus:

Networking Fundamentals is a class designed to teach students fundamental networking concepts and practices. Topics include network architecture and standards, networking protocols, TCP/IP, Internet servers, server-side scripting and database connectivity, and security.

All professionals who use the Internet. Information in this course is required for all levels of specialization in the CIW program.

·  Identify different Network Topologies
·  Describe different Networking Protocols
·  Describe the TCP/IP Architecture

·  Prepare for one of the many CIW Certified exams.
·  Provide a realistic career path.
·  Increase earnings potential.

Required Prerequisites
 ·  Computer Fundamentals
 ·  Living Online

 ·  1D0-410 : CIW Foundations

Next Steps
 ·  Network+ Certification

    1. Introduction to Networking
      1. Networks Defined
      2. Networking Evolution
      3. Mainframes
      4. Client/Server Model
      5. Web-based Networking
      6. Networking Categories
      7. Network Topologies
      8. Network Operating Systems
      9. Novell NetWare
      10. Microsoft Windows NT/2000
      11. UNIX
    2. Networking Protocols
      1. The Need for Protocols
      2. OSI Reference Model
      3. Packets
      4. OSI/RM Protocol Examples
      5. Major Networking Protocols: TCP/IP, IPX/SPX, NetBEUI, and AppleTalk, Data Link Control (DLC), Systems Network Architecture (SNA)
      6. Choosing and Combining Protocols
    3. LANs and WANs
      1. Basics of LANs and WANs
      2. Local Area Networks (LANs)
      3. Wide Area Networks (WANs)
      4. Network Access Points (NAPs)
      5. Common Network Components
      6. Transmission Media and Types
      7. IEEE LAN Standards
      8. Additional LAN Standards
      9. WAN Standards
      10. T-Carrier and E-Carrier Systems
    4. TCP/IP Architecture and Internet Addressing
      1. Introduction to TCP/IP
      2. Internet Architecture
      3. Requests for Comments (RFCs)
      4. Internet Protocols
      5. Demultiplexing
      6. Introduction to Routing
      7. Routing Protocols
      8. Port Numbers
      9. Internet Addressing
      10. Internet Address Classes
      11. IP Addressing Rules
      12. Reserved IP Addressing
      13. Subnet Masks
      14. Normal TCP/IP Desktop Configurations
      15. Diagnostic Tools for Internet Troubleshooting
    5. Internetworking Servers
      1. The Role of Servers
      2. Internetworking Servers
      3. File and Print Servers
      4. HTTP Server Essentials
      5. Proxy, Caching, Mail, Mailing List, Media, DNS, FTP, News, Certificate, Directory, Catalog, and Transaction Servers
      6. The Internet Daemon: inetd
      7. Mirrored Servers
      8. Choosing the Ideal Server
      9. Popular Server Products
    6. Server-side Scripting and Database Connectivity
      1. Introduction to Scripting
      2. Client-side and Server-side Scripting
      3. HTTP Gateways
      4. HTML Forms and Form Processing
      5. Common Gateway Interface (CGI)
      6. CGI Alternatives: Server Programming Interfaces, Scripting Technologies, and Java Servlets
      7. Databases, Database Connectivity, and Connectivity Implementations
    7. Network Security Essentials
      1. Reasons for Security
      2. Defining Security and Assets
      3. Security Threats and Attacks
      4. Viruses and the Hacker Process
      5. Defeating Attacks
      6. Auditing
      7. Intrusion-Detection Software
      8. Authentication
      9. Encryption
      10. Country-Specific Encryption Standards
      11. Network-level Protocols and Encryption
      12. Virtual Private Networks (VPN)
      13. Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)
      14. Digital Certificates
      15. Firewalls, Packet Filters, Proxy Servers, and Firewall Topology
      16. Firewall Summary

    Seminar Summary:

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