Network Fundamentals and Protocols
IPv4 is still the prevalent Internet protocol, but IPv6 is gaining traction. This course lays the foundation for security experts to secure network hardware and software.
Today's computing devices are always connected to a network. While increasing productivity, this also increases the risk of malicious activity. This course, Network Fundamentals and Protocols, begins by introducing you to network topologies and network equipment. Subsequently, you will learn about IPv4 and IPv6 addressing and protocols. Lastly, you will be introduced to the layers of computer network defense and secure network design. After finishing this course, you'll have an understanding of network hardware and software, and you'll be able to gain insights from captured network traffic.
Course SyllabusCourse Overview- 1m 30s
—Course Overview 1m 30sDiscovering Network Topologies and Equipment- 23m 58s
—Module Overview 0m 57s
—Identifying Network Topologies 3m 43s
—Short and Long-range Network Types 2m 16s
—Transmission Media Access 1m 50s
—Modems, NICs, Repeaters, Hubs 4m 11s
—Bridges, Routers, Wireless Access Points/Routers 5m 12s
—Demo: Enable SSH Remote Administrators for a Network Router 4m 13s
—Module Summary 1m 31sExploring the TCP/IP Protocol Suite- 45m 2sConfiguring IPv4 and IPv6- 28m 54sApplying Computer Network Defense (CND)- 14m 31s