Advanced Network Engineering: A Hands On Guide to Advanced Principles

Advanced Network Engineering: A Hands On Guide to Advanced Principles

English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 11 Hours | 2.83 GB

Ready to push your networking knowledge beyond the configuration of small networks? This class is for anyone with a pretty good handle on networking basics who wants a deeper understanding of switching, routing, management and virtual networking.

The course concentrates on the concepts, equipment, and protocols used in the Layer 2 (data link), Layer 3 (network), and Layer 4 (transport) components of the OSI networking framework. You’ll learn advanced techniques for managing and troubleshooting the infrastructure of wired and wireless networks; gain a greater understanding of the physics of wireless signals and the role of the FCC in regulating those signals; explore techniques for safeguarding your networks; and come away with hands-on skills through demonstrations and packet captures.

  • Explore the Cisco Discovery, Link Layer Discovery, Spanning Tree, and Rapid Spanning Tree protocols
  • Discover the critical role of VLANs and Trunks in communications architecture
  • Learn to build network redundancy using link aggregation and the link aggregation protocol
  • Learn about wireless controllers and access point control protocols
  • Understand the SNMP, NAT, IPv4, IPv6, RIP, and OSPF protocols and management tools
  • Learn to support remote users with VPNs and Generic Routing Encapsulation tunnels
  • Review the use of subnetting, supernetting, and route aggregation in managing routing tables
  • Connect telnet, ssh, http, and https network devices using techniques like Secure Shell
  • Understand the use of TCP, UDP, and port scans in transport flow control
  • Explore the use of virtualization and hypervisors in building networks
Table of Contents

Part 1 Introduction
01 Welcome to the Course
02 Models, Addressing, Equipment and Protocols where does it all fit

Part 2A Layer 2 Wired
03 Layer 2 A Review of Ethernet.
04 Introduction to Management
05 Tools and Layer 2 Troubleshooting
06 Layer 2 Management Protocols
07 VLAN and Trunking Review
08 Spanning Tree Review
09 Rapid Spanning Tree
10 VLANs and Spanning Tree
11 Link Aggregation

Part 2B Layer 2 Wireless
12 A Review of 802.11 Networking
13 The FCC and Spectrum
14 Site Surveys
15 Wireless Packet Capture
16 Wireless Controllers

Part 3 Layer 3
17 Equipment and Tables Review
18 IPv4 Review
19 Network Address Translation and Private Addressses
20 Routers and Static Routing Review
21 Layer 3 Review A Review of Routing Protocols RIP, OSPF and Route Selection
22 Access Control Lists and Filtering
23 Introduction to Tunnels and GRE
24 Encrypted Tunnels and VPNs
25 Subnetting, Supernetting and Route Aggregation
26 Advanced Routing Route Redistribution, Default Routing and Black Holes
27 IPv6 Review and OSPFv6
28 Connecting to your Network Devices telnet, ssh, http and https
29 Simple Network Management Protocol
30 Security CIA, Network Device Security

Part 4 Layer 4 Transport
31 TCP and UDP Transport Protocol Review
32 TCP Sliding Window, Features and Port Scans
33 Networking with Virtual Machines Desktop Virtualization
34 Networking with Virtual Machines Bare Metal Hypervisor