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Computer Networks for beginners

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Computer Networks for beginners (Syllabus)

Computer networks are a growing trend. You can find them at your home, school, work, and most of the places you go daily. In this course, you will learn the basic concepts of computer networks. Specifically, you are expected to achieve the following milestones:

  • Become aware of networks surrounding you

When you start noticing networks around you, you will also understand the big part of the IT world. You will learn how the Internet works, how your Internet Service Provider (ISP) allows you to connect online, how do people share data without Internet access, and much more. Everything starts by becoming aware of computer networks.

  • Learn how to set up a network

Whether you are taking this course to improve yourself, to get a better grade at school, or because of work, setting up a network is a skill that is very useful today. Yet many people do not know how to do it. You have an opportunity to learn it in a few minutes.

  • Learn how to protect yourself in a network, including the Internet

Unwanted sharing of passwords, pictures, documents, credit card numbers, and internet activity is not something anybody would want to share. But, with the expanded usage of computer networks, privacy is becoming an abstract term. This course helps you protect yourself when going online, and also protects your home/office network.

Who is this course for?

  1. Anyone who wants to learn the most important concepts of Computer Networks
  2. A person who just wants to learn how the Internet works
  3. Anyone who is studying on their Computer Network exam.

What will you learn?

As I wrote earlier, you will learn the most important concepts of Computer Networks. The exact topics include:

  1. Types of networks (size, topology)
  2. Cables in computer networks
  3. TCP/IP architecture
  4. ISO/OSI model
  5. IP protocol (IP address, routing)
  6. TCP & UDP – How they work and what they do
  7. TCP – Connection management.

What things do I need?

To take this course, you only need your computer or smartphone and an internet connection.

Also, if you don’t understand something or if you need help with something. You can always reach out to me. Mostly I respond within a day.

At the end of this course, You will get a certificate of completion. That you can put on your resume or your link in your profile.

So do you want to learn how the internet works?

Enroll today and I will see you in the course

Who this course is for:

  1. The course is for everyone interested in learning about computer networks;
  2. Students that need help with network subjects;
  3. People who simply want to improve their knowledge of computer networks;
  4. Anyone who tried to learn about a computer network, but failed due to the lack of a perceivable image of it;
  5. People preparing for certification exams (such as CCNA 200-301 Course); You may check out the following related CCNA course to continue your learning journey and become an expert in this domain CCNA 200-301 Course
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What Will You Learn?

  • Recognize the computer network implementation on various levels and explain how does it work;
  • Understand the network concept and the need for networks;
  • Set up a LAN;
  • Recognize networking devices and implement them in a computer network;
  • Differentiate network topologies;
  • Differentiate network architectures;
  • Tell the difference between communication modes;
  • Explain the basics of the OSI (7-layer) model;
  • Differentiate MAC addresses from IP addresses;

Course Content

Computer Networks

  • Introduction to Computer Networks
    09:44
  • Computer Networks – Basic Characteristics
    08:57
  • Network Protocols & Communications (Part 1)
    12:26
  • Network Protocols & Communications (Part 2)
    10:32
  • Components of a Computer Network
    09:55
  • Classification of Computer Networks
    08:52
  • Network Topology
    13:36
  • Network Topology (Solved Questions)
    11:57
  • Basics of IP Addressing
    08:24
  • Basics of MAC Addressing
    07:19
  • Basics of Port Addressing
    08:20
  • Switching Techniques in Computer Networks
    12:35
  • Layering in Computer Networks
    07:05
  • The OSI Reference Model (Part 1)
    07:54
  • The OSI Reference Model (Part 2)
    11:46
  • The OSI Reference Model (Part 3)
    16:26
  • The OSI Reference Model (Part 4)
    09:14
  • Addressing in Networking
    15:23
  • The TCP/IP Protocol Suite
    10:09
  • Basic Networking Commands (Part 1)
    14:11
  • Basics of Cisco Packet Tracer (Part 1)
    12:26
  • Basics of Cisco Packet Tracer (Part 2) | Hub
    13:44
  • Basics of Cisco Packet Tracer (Part 3) | Switch
    11:58
  • Basics of Router
    10:15
  • Basics of Cisco Packet Tracer (Part 4) | Router
    14:36
  • Basics of Cisco Packet Tracer (Part 5) | Repeater
    07:01
  • Basics of Bridge
    05:18
  • Network Devices
    04:47
  • Network Devices (Solved Questions)
    08:23
  • Physical Layer and Media (Part 1)
    06:49
  • Physical Layer and Media (Part 2)
    07:47
  • Physical Layer and Media (Part 3)
    11:03
  • Line Configuration
    06:23
  • Link Layer Services
    09:14
  • Sub-layers of the Data Link Layer
    06:41
  • Framing (Part 1)
    07:12
  • Framing (Part 2)
    06:28
  • Framing (Part 3)
    04:16
  • High-Level Data Link Control (HDLC)
    06:16
  • Bit Stuffing
    04:34
  • Binary Synchronous Communications Protocol (BISYNC)
    06:00
  • Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP)
    06:12
  • Digital Data Communications Message Protocol (DDCMP)
    04:37
  • Error Detection
    08:08
  • Vertical Redundancy Check (VRC)
    07:10
  • Longitudinal Redundancy Check (LRC)
    07:26
  • Checksum
    09:32
  • Cyclic Redundancy Check (CRC) – Part 1
    09:08
  • Cyclic Redundancy Check (CRC) – Part 2
    05:44
  • Cyclic Redundancy Check (Solved Problem)
    08:57
  • Network Performance
    06:32
  • Latency
    06:15
  • Latency (Simulation)
    05:01
  • Bandwidth Delay Product
    05:23
  • Delay (Solved Problem)
    03:49
  • Round Trip Time (RTT)
    03:33
  • Flow Control
    05:15
  • Stop-and-Wait Protocol
    07:26
  • Stop-and-Wait ARQ Protocol
    06:21
  • Sliding Window Protocol
    07:54
  • Go-Back-N ARQ
    10:55
  • Go-Back-N ARQ (Solved Problem 1)
    15:21
  • Go-Back-N ARQ (Solved Problem 2)
    08:09
  • Selective Repeat ARQ
    05:07
  • Selective Repeat ARQ (Solved Problem 1)
    05:19
  • Selective Repeat ARQ (Solved Problem 2)
    03:41
  • Sliding Window Protocol (Solved Problem 1)
    03:44
  • Sliding Window Protocol (Solved Problem 2)
    03:43
  • Multiple Access Protocols
    07:38
  • Pure Aloha
    12:10
  • Slotted Aloha
    09:24
  • Carrier Sense Multiple Access (CSMA) – Part 1
    12:47
  • Carrier Sense Multiple Access (CSMA) – Part 2
    13:01
  • Controlled Access Protocol – Reservation
    05:25
  • Controlled Access Protocol – Polling
    07:37
  • Controlled Access Protocol – Token Passing
    06:39
  • Channelization Protocols
    10:43
  • Ethernet
    13:05
  • Ethernet (Solved Questions) – Part 1
    14:06
  • Ethernet (Solved Questions) – Part 2
    08:03
  • Ethernet Transmitter Algorithm
    11:43
  • Experience with Ethernet
    05:44
  • Ethernet (Solved Question 1)
    03:12
  • Ethernet (Solved Question 2)
    05:15
  • Ethernet (Solved Question 3)
    04:27
  • IEEE 802.11 Wireless Fidelity (Wi-Fi)
    11:14
  • IEEE 802.11 Distribution System
    15:04
  • IEEE 802.11 Wi-Fi Frame Format
    08:47
  • Hidden Terminal Problem
    04:14
  • Exposed Terminal Problem
    03:49
  • Multiple Access with Collision Avoidance (MACA)
    09:53
  • Wi-Fi (Solved Question)
    03:50
  • IEEE 802.15.1 Bluetooth
    09:38
  • Bluetooth Protocol Stack
    06:54
  • Virtual LAN (VLAN)
    10:46
  • Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)
    19:55
  • Spanning Tree Protocol (Solved Question)
    09:14
  • Interview about The future for Network Engineers
    34:38

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8 months ago
Very straight forward course, direct to the point. It helped me to sharpen my skills in computer network. Strongly recommend it for all students.
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