The Internet Protocol Suite, commonly known as TCPIP, forms the basis for the Internet and the next generation of telecommunications services. It is now at the core of all modern mobile phone networks, is used for the distribution of television services, carries electronic mail and is at the heard of all PC networks.
Understanding how the protocols function and interact with each other is critical for engineers and technicians who will configure and troubleshoot next generation systems.
This course introduces the basic fundamentals of the Internet Protocols suite using hands-on exercises to develop practical skills. Attendees will learn the workings of the protocols and then stage by stage build a complete Internetworking system including all the necessary servers to make it function. They will use their own lap-top computers with free software supplied to construct a the service, including LANs, Routers and wireless LAN connections.
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