TCP/IP and Networking Fundamentals for Sysadmins

TCP/IP and Networking Fundamentals for Sysadmins
TCP/IP and Networking Fundamentals for Sysadmins

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The payroll server is down! Is the outage a downed system, or is it a network issue? In this course, you’ll learn the critical tools needed to quickly diagnose these types of critical issues.

This course will aid in troubleshooting system and network-related outages. In this course, TCP/IP and Networking Fundamentals for Sysadmins, you will learn foundational knowledge needed to troubleshoot critical system outages. First, you will explore the 7 layers of OSI Model. Next, you will discover IP Addressing. After IP Addressing, you will learn how to Troubleshoot IP Address related issues. Finally, you’ll learn about Ports. When you are finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of TCP/IP needed to troubleshoot critical system outages.

+ Table of Contents

Course Overview
1 Course Overview

Networking 101 Back to Basics
2 Intro
3 OSI Overview
4 What Is the Physical Layer of the OSI Model
5 What Is the Data Layer of the OSI Model
6 What Is the Network Layer of the OSI Model
7 What Is the Transport Layer of the OSI Model
8 What Is the Session Layer of the OSI Model
9 What Is the Presentation Layer of the OSI Model
10 What Is the Application Layer of the OSI Model
11 Module Review

IP Addresses and You
12 Intro
13 What Is an IP Address
14 What Is a Subnet Mask
15 What Is a Gateway
16 What Is DNS
17 Module Review

IP Address Troubleshooting
18 Module Overview
19 Troubleshooting with Ping
20 Troubleshooting with Traceroute
21 Troubleshooting with Nslookup
22 Troubleshooting with Angry IP Scanner
23 Module Review

Ports and the System Administrator
24 Overview
25 What Is a Port
26 What Is a TCP Port
27 What Is a UDP Port
28 Troubleshooting with NMAP
29 Module Review