Common TCP and UDP Applications and VoIP

Networking    |    Intermediate
  • 35 Videos | 54m 45s
  • Includes Assessment
  • Earns a Badge
From web browsing to e-mail, the most widely used applications in TCP/IP networks use application layer protocols that rely on TCP to provide reliable delivery. In this course, you'll explore the features and functions of Telnet and the internal operations of FTP. You'll also learn about the codes used in FTP, SMTP, and HTTP and examine the differences between SMTP, POP, and IMAP. Key network support activities are supported by application layer protocols that rely on the User Datagram Protocol. In this course, you'll also learn about the Trivial File Transfer Protocol and how to identify the different TFTP messages. You'll explore the use of Simple Network Management Protocol in network management, as well as the role of the network management station SNMP agent and Management Information Base in SNMP. Finally, you'll learn about the use of remote networking monitoring. Voice over IP is a good example of applying the TCP/IP protocols to carry time sensitive information such as voice or video. VoIP relies on various protocols to deliver new and innovative ways of communicating over TCP/IP networks. You'll learn about the TCP/IP protocols that support VoIP, the benefits of VoIP, and the basic components of a VoIP system. You'll explore how Session Initiation Protocol sets up a telephone call, the use of session description protocol, and some common VoIP codecs. You'll also learn about Real-time Transport Protocol. This course was originally created by Global Knowledge (GK). 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • describe the purpose of Telnet
    describe the Telnet negotiation process between the terminal and server
    recognize the Telnet options that can be negotiated between the terminal and server
    recognize what occurs during Telnet negotiations
    describe the File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
    recognize FTP commands and their purpose
    recognize the FTP response code categories and what they represent
    recognize common FTP response codes and their associated text
    describe the protocols that are used to process e-mail
    describe Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) and some of the response codes it uses
    describe Post Office Protocol version 3 (POP3) and the phases involved in its use
    describe the purpose of the Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP) version 4
    define the World Wide Web (WWW)
    recognize the purpose of a uniform resource locator (URL)
    describe the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) and the phases of requests and responses
    recognize when Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) should be used
    recognize how the TFTP transfer process differs from FTP
    recognize the purpose of TFTP operation codes
  • recognize why Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) was needed and what it's composed of
    recognize the role of the SNMP manager
    recognize the role of the SNMP agent
    list the five SNMP commands and their purpose
    recognize the types of management information base and their purpose
    describe remote network monitoring (RMON) and the use of probes
    recognize the evolution of voice communication and the purpose of Voice Over IP (VoIP)
    recognize the benefits VoIP offers over traditional telephone systems
    list the protocols VoIP is dependent on
    describe the categories of system components for VoIP
    recognize the protocols that support VoIP
    describe the purpose of the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)
    recognize the components of a SIP message
    describe the role of the SIP proxy
    recognize why VoIP systems use the Session Description Protocol (SDP)
    recognize the evolution of codecs and what they are used for
    recognize the role of the Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP)

IN THIS COURSE