TCP, UDP, Support and Management Protocols

Networking    |    Beginner
  • 29 Videos | 59m 9s
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Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) is the underlying communication mechanism of all networked devices. A number of protocols perform specific functions when facilitating network communication. In this course, you'll learn about TCP and User Datagram Protocol and connection-oriented vs. connectionless protocols. Then you'll learn how messages are packaged and source and destination port numbers. You'll learn about Network Address Translation. You'll learn about Address Resolution Protocol, ARP messages, and the ARP cache. Then you'll explore Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol, the Domain Name System, Internet Control Message Protocol, ICMP and the Ping command, and Internet Group Management Protocol. Finally, you'll learn about telnet, Simple Network Management Protocol, and legacy protocols. This course was originally created by Global Knowledge (GK). 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • discuss the basic purpose of TCP and UDP
    describe the primary protocols at Layer 4 of the OSI model, TCP and UDP
    discuss the key differences between connection-oriented and connectionless communication protocols
    identify the key features of Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)
    describe the basic functionality of TCP
    discuss the key features of User Datagram Protocol (UDP)
    describe the purpose of port numbers and how they're used in network communication
    discuss how messages are packaged, transmitted, and received using TCP
    discuss source and destination port numbers and how they're used to control and track communications between endpoints in an IP network
    describe sockets and the role they play in network communication
    discuss how devices connect to the internet using Network Address Translation (NAT)
    discuss the basic purpose of support and management protocols
    describe the purpose of the Address Resolution Protocol (ARP)
    discuss the basic functionality of ARP request and reply messages
    describe the purpose and basic functionality of the ARP cache
  • discuss how the ARP command can be accessed and why it might be useful for troubleshooting
    describe the purpose of gratuitous ARP messages
    discuss how IP addresses are assigned using Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
    discuss how DHCP assigns IP addresses and other configuration information
    describe the Domain Name System (DNS) and its purpose
    discuss domain names and how DNS namespaces are assigned and organized
    discuss the purpose and basic functionality of Dynamic DNS
    describe the purpose and basic functionality of Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP)
    discuss some of the common ICMP error messages
    describe ICMP echo requests and how ping processes IP addresses
    discuss how IGMP distributes messages and IP datagrams to group members
    describe Telnet and its uses
    discuss how the management of remotely connected devices is centralized with SNMP
    describe the legacy protocols NetBIOS and NetBEUI

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