Getting Started with TCP/IP and Numbering Systems

Networking    |    Intermediate
  • 20 Videos | 38m 6s
  • Includes Assessment
  • Earns a Badge
TCP/IP is the globally accepted group of protocols at the core of the Internet and organizational intranets. In this course, you'll start at the beginning and learn about the origins of the protocols that underpin the Internet and enterprise networks. You'll explore each of the layers of the TCP/IP networking model, as well as the concept of peer protocols. You'll also examine the standardization process that is overseen by the Internet Engineering Task Force. Finally, you'll learn about the types of requests for comments that are used by this task force. Depending upon the type of information you have and who is using it, information is stored, transmitted, and displayed in different ways. As a result, different numbering systems are used to represent that information. Understanding these number systems, which can be binary, decimal, or hexadecimal, is an important skill for those who interpret and troubleshoot network systems. In this course, you'll also learn about the four numbering systems used by data systems. You'll also explore positional number system representations, how values are represented using numbering systems, and how to convert values between them. Finally, you'll learn different methods for determining the base of a value when the base is unknown. This course was originally created by Global Knowledge (GK). 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • recognize the origins of the TCP and IP protocols
    recognize the goal of ARPANET and what it was intended to provide
    recognize some of the original core requirements of TCP/IP
    recognize how the four layer TCP/IP model helps address communication protocol challenges
    recognize the layers that make up the TCP/IP networking model and their functions
    recognize how information flows between devices using the TCP/IP model protocols
    recognize the process involved in creating an Internet standard and the parties involved
    recognize how numbering systems are used to represent information
    describe numbering systems and how they can be used for troubleshooting network systems
    describe base and positional notation as they relate to numbering systems
  • recognize how the decimal numbering system works
    recognize how the binary numbering system works
    recognize how the hexadecimal numbering system works
    recognize how to use columns technique to convert binary or hexadecimal to decimal
    recognize how to convert decimal to binary or hexadecimal using the columns or quotient techniques
    convert decimal to hexadecimal using the remainder technique
    recognize how to convert hexadecimal to binary using a conversion chart
    convert a hexadecimal number to binary
    recognize how to count in various numbering systems
    recognize how to identify the base of a number

IN THIS COURSE

  • Playable
    1. 
    Origins of TCP and IP
    1m 42s
    UP NEXT
  • Playable
    2. 
    Goals of ARPANET
    42s
  • Locked
    3. 
    TCP/IP Core Requirements
    1m 23s
  • Locked
    4. 
    Communication Protocol Challenges
    1m 57s
  • Locked
    5. 
    Layers of the TCP/IP Networking Model
    2m 22s
  • Locked
    6. 
    TCP/IP Information Flow
    3m 1s
  • Locked
    7. 
    Internet Standard Creation
    3m 30s
  • Locked
    8. 
    TCP/IP Numbering Systems
    50s
  • Locked
    9. 
    Introduction to Numbering Systems
    2m 37s
  • Locked
    10. 
    Positional Numbering System Basics
    1m 38s
  • Locked
    11. 
    Decimal Numbering
    1m 51s
  • Locked
    12. 
    Binary Numbering
    1m 33s
  • Locked
    13. 
    Hexadecimal Numbering
    1m 50s
  • Locked
    14. 
    Converting Binary or Hexadecimal to Decimal
    3m 20s
  • Locked
    15. 
    Converting Decimal to Binary or Hexadecimal
    1m 22s
  • Locked
    16. 
    Converting Decimal to Hexadecimal Using Remainder
    1m 16s
  • Locked
    17. 
    Converting Hexadecimal Using Conversion Charts
    58s
  • Locked
    18. 
    Performing Hexadecimal to Binary Conversion
    2m
  • Locked
    19. 
    Counting in Numbering Systems
    2m 16s
  • Locked
    20. 
    Identifying the Base of a Number
    1m 59s

EARN A DIGITAL BADGE WHEN YOU COMPLETE THIS COURSE

Skillsoft is providing you the opportunity to earn a digital badge upon successful completion of this course, which can be shared on any social network or business platform

Digital badges are yours to keep, forever.

YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE

Likes 0 Likes 0  
Likes 0 Likes 0  
Likes 0 Likes 0