Networking and IPv4 Addressing Fundamentals LiveLessons

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9+ Hours of Video Instruction 

Networking and IPv4 Addressing Fundamentals LiveLessons present you with all you need to know to get started in the networking field, including an overview of network devices and cabling, review of network device communications, and detailed instruction on IPv4 addressing.

Learning@Cisco, the division responsible for the development and administration of Cisco's training and certification programs, has partnered with presenter Keith Barker, CCIE# 6783, to  bring you an engaging educational series that focuses on network fundamentals and IPv4 addressing principles and techniques. The videos contain live demonstrations using live networks, interactive games and practice exercises for learning and remembering concepts, and a study aid that includes diagrams and worksheets to use for the various activities. The power of this series is the inclusion of step by step processes used to perform tasks such as subnetting combined with practice scenarios to reinforce what you learn. In all cases, each practice comes with a detailed and fun debrief lecture from Keith.

Skill Level

Beginner

What You Will Learn

The first video, The Nuts and Bolts of Network Devices, is an introductory, 3 part series on the common devices and cables that are used to build a data network. Anyone who is new to, or has a cursory interest in, data networking will benefit from the practical and interactive approach used to talk about common network elements as well as show how to connect them to create a small network.

The second video, Fundamentals of Network Device Communications, is a three part series that takes you from understanding the OSI Reference Model through to being able to use selected commands to determine and verify the path data takes through a network.

The third video, Mastering IPv4 Addressing, is a two part series that takes you from understanding the elements of an IPv4 address to being able to subnet addresses as well as reverse engineer a given address.

Who Should Take This Course?

Anyone interested in entering the field of networking or preparing for entry-level networking certifications will benefit from the content in these videos.

Course Requirements

This course has no pre-requisite requirements other than a basic understanding of computers and math.

Table of Contents

Video 1: The Nuts and Bolts of Network Devices


Part 1: Getting Started with Network Devices                 
Lesson 1: Identify Network Devices in a Topology                                                     26:08
Lesson 2: Characteristics of a Network and Review                                                  35:40
Lesson 3: Review Game: Who Am I?                                                                          13:08

    

Part 2: Cables, Connectors and Review                                                                      35:46

Part 3: Cabling a Small Network (Demonstration)                                                         13:08

Video 2: Fundamentals of Network Device Communications

Part 1: Mastering the Concepts of the OSI Reference Model                                                 
Lesson 1: Story Time — Analogy for the OSI Reference Model & Framework            22:21
Lesson 2: Framework & Function of the OSI Reference Model and Review               25:27
Lesson 3: Review Games: OSI Reference Model                                                        18:12

Part 2: Host to Host Communication and Basic Device Connectivity                                               
Lesson 1: The Function of Layer 1, 2, & 3 Devices and Layer 4 Operation                 32:46
Lesson 2: Host to Host Communication Using TCP/IP (Includes Protocol Analyzer Demonstration) 19:07
Lesson 3: Tools Used to Verify Basic Connectivity and Review (Includes Tools Demonstration) 12:05

Part 3: Host to Host Communication Review: The Hat Game                                        12:04

Video 3: Mastering IPv4 Addressing

Mastering IPv4 Addressing Series Overview                                                                  02:42

Part 1: The Bits and Bytes of IPv4 Addresses                                               
Lesson 1: Getting Started with IPv4 Addresses                                                              17:27
Lesson 2: why do we have IPv4 Addresses?                                                                  22:31
Lesson 3: A Step by Step Guide to Converting Binary to Decimal                                  11:39
Lesson 3 Review and Practice: A Step by Step Guide to Converting Binary to Decimal  16:18
Lesson 4: The Mystery of the Mask Revealed                                                                  20:11
Lesson 5: Calculating the Mask Values                                                                          13:57
Lesson 5 Review Game: What are the Mask Values?                                                    13:03
Lesson 6: A Step by Step Guide to Calculating the Number of Host Addresses            13:45
 
Part 2 — The Ins and Outs of Ipv4 Subnetting 
The Ins and Outs of IPv4 Subnetting Overview                                                               1:44
Lesson 1: A Step by Step Guide to Creating Subnets                                                      22:47
Lesson 1 Review: A Step by Step Guide to Creating Subnets                                          08:08
Lesson 2: A Step by Step Guide to Identifying Subnet Details                                          15:30
Lesson 2 Review and Practice: A Step by Step Guide to Identifying Subnet Details        11:13
Lesson 3: A Step by Step Guide for Subnetting a Class B Address                                 09:19
Lesson 3 Practice: A Step by Step Guide for Subnetting a Class B Address                   08:55
Lesson 4: A Step by Step Guide to Subnetting a Subnet (VLSM)                                     10:28
Lesson 4 Practice: A Step by Step Guide to Subnetting a Subnet (VLSM)                       18:37
Lesson 5 Practice: Putting It All Together Using a Class A Address                                 21:48
Lesson 6: A Step by Step Guide to Reverse Engineering IP Addresses                          07:33
Lesson 6 Practice: A Step by Step Guide to Reverse Engineering IP Addresses            15:52

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Table of Contents

Video 1: The Nuts and Bolts of Network Devices


Part 1: Getting Started with Network Devices                 
Lesson 1: Identify Network Devices in a Topology                                                     26:08
Lesson 2: Characteristics of a Network and Review                                                  35:40
Lesson 3: Review Game: Who Am I?                                                                          13:08

    

Part 2: Cables, Connectors and Review                                                                      35:46

Part 3: Cabling a Small Network (Demonstration)                                                         13:08

Video 2: Fundamentals of Network Device Communications

Part 1: Mastering the Concepts of the OSI Reference Model                                                 
Lesson 1: Story Time — Analogy for the OSI Reference Model & Framework            22:21
Lesson 2: Framework & Function of the OSI Reference Model and Review               25:27
Lesson 3: Review Games: OSI Reference Model                                                        18:12

Part 2: Host to Host Communication and Basic Device Connectivity                                               
Lesson 1: The Function of Layer 1, 2, & 3 Devices and Layer 4 Operation                 32:46
Lesson 2: Host to Host Communication Using TCP/IP (Includes Protocol Analyzer Demonstration) 19:07
Lesson 3: Tools Used to Verify Basic Connectivity and Review (Includes Tools Demonstration) 12:05

Part 3: Host to Host Communication Review: The Hat Game                                        12:04

Video 3: Mastering IPv4 Addressing

Mastering IPv4 Addressing Series Overview                                                                  02:42

Part 1: The Bits and Bytes of IPv4 Addresses                                               
Lesson 1: Getting Started with IPv4 Addresses                                                              17:27
Lesson 2: why do we have IPv4 Addresses?                                                                  22:31
Lesson 3: A Step by Step Guide to Converting Binary to Decimal                                  11:39
Lesson 3 Review and Practice: A Step by Step Guide to Converting Binary to Decimal  16:18
Lesson 4: The Mystery of the Mask Revealed                                                                  20:11
Lesson 5: Calculating the Mask Values                                                                          13:57
Lesson 5 Review Game: What are the Mask Values?                                                    13:03
Lesson 6: A Step by Step Guide to Calculating the Number of Host Addresses            13:45
 
Part 2 — The Ins and Outs of Ipv4 Subnetting 
The Ins and Outs of IPv4 Subnetting Overview                                                               1:44
Lesson 1: A Step by Step Guide to Creating Subnets                                                      22:47
Lesson 1 Review: A Step by Step Guide to Creating Subnets                                          08:08
Lesson 2: A Step by Step Guide to Identifying Subnet Details                                          15:30
Lesson 2 Review and Practice: A Step by Step Guide to Identifying Subnet Details        11:13
Lesson 3: A Step by Step Guide for Subnetting a Class B Address                                 09:19
Lesson 3 Practice: A Step by Step Guide for Subnetting a Class B Address                   08:55
Lesson 4: A Step by Step Guide to Subnetting a Subnet (VLSM)                                     10:28
Lesson 4 Practice: A Step by Step Guide to Subnetting a Subnet (VLSM)                       18:37
Lesson 5 Practice: Putting It All Together Using a Class A Address                                 21:48
Lesson 6: A Step by Step Guide to Reverse Engineering IP Addresses                          07:33
Lesson 6 Practice: A Step by Step Guide to Reverse Engineering IP Addresses            15:52

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