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Networking Foundations: IP Addressing

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Overview

Learn about IP addressing, including logical vs. physical addressing, IPv4 and IPv6, and resolution techniques such as DHCP and DNS.

Understanding the foundations of networking is paramount for any IT professional. Once you have a grasp of the basics, IP addressing is the next step. In this course, Timothy Pintello walks through the essential concepts, including common numbering systems and logical vs. physical IP addressing. He also discusses the IPv4 and IPv6 addressing schemes, and various IP addressing resolution techniques (such as DHCP and DNS).

Syllabus

Introduction
  • Welcome
  • Preparing for the Networking Fundamentals, MTA Exam 98-366
  • What you should know before starting this course
1. The Basics of Numbering Systems Used in Networking
  • Working with the binary numbering system
  • Using the hexadecimal numbering system
  • Understanding the octal numbering system
2. Understanding Addressing
  • Exploring physical addressing
  • Working with logical addressing
  • Understanding how logical and physical addressing work together
  • Exploring multicast, unicast, and broadcast
  • Comparing broadcast domains and collision domains
3. IPv4 Addressing
  • Introducing IPv4 and the IPv4 addressing structure
  • Understanding the IPv4 classful A, B, C, D, and E ranges
  • Using IPv4 classless addressing
  • Exploring reserved IP address ranges and loopback
  • Comparing private, public, and IPv4 APIPA addressing
  • Subnetting with IPv4
  • Configuring default routes and gateway settings
  • Understanding and setting a subnet mask
4. IPv6 Addressing
  • Introducing IPv6
  • Understanding the IPv6 addressing structure
  • Working with subnetting in IPv6
  • Configuring gateways and subnet masks in IPv6
  • Understanding iPv6 reserved ranges
  • Exploring IPv6 link local, 6to4 tunneling, and 4to6
  • Introducing ipconfig
  • Exploring dual IP stacks
5. Name and IP Address Resolution Techniques
  • Explaining DHCP and how DHCP works
  • Configuring DHCP in Windows Server 2012
  • Explaining DNS and how DNS works
  • Configuring DNS in Windows Server 2012
  • Explaining WINS and how WINS works
  • Configuring WINS in Windows
  • Explaining NAT and how NAT works
6. Other Concepts Related to Addressing
  • Understanding ports
  • Exploring packets
  • Using remote access
Conclusion
  • Next steps

Taught by

Timothy Pintello

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