In this course, you will learn:
- Describe computer networks and the components that make them up.
- Discuss the fundamentals of networking protocols and applications such as HTTP, SMTP, and FTP.
- Explain peer-to-peer networks.
- Explain the transport layer's fundamentals, including multiplexing and demultiplexing, secure data transfer, flow control, congestion control, and TCP and UDP.
- Explain how network services work, such as the network layer service model and forwarding versus routing.
- Explain how routers function, including path selection, broadcasting, and multicasting.
- RIP OSPF and BGP are examples of IP protocols, routing algorithms, and routing protocols that are now utilised on the Internet.
- Discuss different access protocols, a local area network, virtual local area networks (VLANs), and Ethernet.
- Explain network security, cryptography, secrecy, identity, and message integrity concepts.
- Describe firewalls and intrusion detection systems, which are common network security solutions.
- Overview of computer networking
- Application layer
- Transport layer
- Network layer
- Link layer
- Overview of network security