This course, TN-385: TCP/IP Analysis & Implementation, provides students with a comprehensive technical introduction to TCP/IP & the interworkings of TCP/IP application to UNIX, Linux and Windows in a network environment. This course begins by providing a comprehensive protocol stack analysis. It continues with extensive hands-on exercises needed to configure TCP/IP on UNIX and Windows based networks.
Attendees to TN-385: TCP/IP Analysis & Implementation will receive TechNow approved course materials and expert instruction.
Duration: 5 Days
- A thorough comprehension of each level of the protocol stack
- Configuring UNIX & Windows to access internetworks
- Configuring & setting up a Cisco router
- Properly implementing subnets to avoid ongoing maintenance headaches
- Routing & routing protocols, RIP, OSPF, and IGRP
- How to troubleshoot a wide range of routing problems
- All major TCP/IP application services including: FTP, TELNET, SNMP, NFS, DNS, DHCP, & WINS
- How to avoid common internetworking problems
- How to troubleshoot TCP/IP networks using protocol analysis techniques – snoop on Sun Workstation & Network Monitor on Windows.
- How to design, build, configure, & manage TCP/IP internetworks
- Applying a structured methodology for troubleshooting TCP/IP internetworks
- ACL's on Cisco routers
- Students should have good end-user skills in TCP/IP (FTP, TELNET, RLOGON, & MAIL).
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