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Hands On TCP/IP and Internet Protocols

Training Course Outline

Course Duration:

4 Days

Training Course Description:
The Internet Protocol Suite, commonly known as TCP/IP, forms the basis for the Internet and the next generation of telecommunications services. It is now at the core of all modern mobile phone networks, is used for the distribution of television services, carries electronic mail and is at the heart of all PC networks. Understanding how the protocols function and interact with each other is critical for engineers and technicians who will configure and troubleshoot computer networks, and next generation communications systems.

This course introduces the basic fundamentals of the Internet Protocols suite using hands-on exercises to develop practical skills. Delegates will understand the workings of the protocols and then stage by stage build a complete Internetworking systems including all the necessary servers to make it function. Delegates will construct a complete service in the classroom using LANs, hubs, switchs and routers.

On completion of this course delegates will be able to:
  • Use protocol analysis techniques for Internet protocols: IP, ARP, TCP, UDP and HTTP
  • Solve duplicate IP address problems
  • Troubleshoot IP configuration problems
  • Build internets with IP routers including configuration and testing
  • Troubleshoot TCP/IP networks with ICMP and ping
  • Exploit FTP and TELNET
  • Perform detailed protocol analysis of FTP sessions
  • Decode HTTP traffic
  • Setup a web site
  • Manage an Intranet with SNMP

Delegates requiring a non Hands On introduction to datacoms and IP should look at Understanding IP and Datanetworking

Delivery Method:
We have a number of public scheduled course dates across the UK, please see the bottom of this page. As an onsite training provider, we can deliver this course in any location in the US, EMEA, and Far East. Please use our enquiry form to enquire about pricing.

Follow On Courses
Hands On Voice over IP
Understanding MultiService Access and H.248
Multi-Protocol Label Switching in 21st Century Telecommunications Networks

Delegates are assumed to have a basic understanding of PC principles. There are no other prerequisites.

Hands On TCP/IP and Internet Protocols includes the following modules:

Introduction to TCP/IP Networks

  • What TCP/IP provides: key application services and multivendor capabilities
  • TCP/IP and the Internet
  • How Internet RFCs and STDs affect TCP/IP
  • TCP/IP Protocol Architecture
  • Protocol layering concepts
  • TCP/IP layering
  • Components of TCP/IP networks
  • Using a Protocol Analyzer to examine protocols

The Internet Protocol (IP)

  • Fundamental internetworking concepts
  • Connecting networks
  • Providing Physical Layer independence
  • Internet addressing: IP address classes A, B, C, D, E
  • IP header
  • Address Resolution
  • Resolving MAC addresses with ARP
  • Avoiding duplicate IP addresses with RARP, BOOTP and DHCP

Building an Intranet

  • IP Addressing
  • Building your own IP network
  • NIC-registered addresses
  • Using private IP addresses: application proxy firewalls
  • IPv6
  • IP On Different Physical Networks
  • IP on non-Ethernet LANs: SNAP and LLC
  • Using IP on WANs
  • IP on ATM
  • IP on DSL

Internetworking with IP Routers

  • Routed Networks
  • The role of the IP router
  • Common IP routing protocols: RIP, OSPF
  • Troubleshooting router problems
  • Going beyond the Intranet
  • Subdividing IP networks (subnetting)
  • Control messages on IP networks: ICMP
  • Subnetting and supernetting calculation formulas
  • Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR)
  • Network Address Translation (NAT)

The Transport Layer

  • Transport and Protocols: TCP and UDP
  • Transport Layer Fundamentals
  • The role of the transport protocol
  • Reliable vs. best-effort services
  • Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)
  • Providing a reliable data delivery with TCP
  • Associating remote applications using port numbers and process addressing
  • TCP packet structure and troubleshooting
  • TCP performance issues
  • User Datagram protocol (UDP)
  • Connectionless protocol operation
  • Providing reliability at the Application Layer
  • Applications and Management Protocols


  • Operation of Application Protocols
  • Client/Server Model
  • Peer-to-peer Model
  • File transfer protocols: FTP, TFTP
  • Network Virtual Terminal (TELNET)
  • Employing DNS BIND
  • SMTP, the basis of Internet mail
  • Utilising workstation mail: POP3, IMAP4
  • Examining the mechanisms of VoIP
  • SIP and H.323
  • TCP/IP for Windows XP and UNIX
  • Exploring Internet Services
  • Permanent direct connection
  • Dialling in with PPP/SLIP/CSLIP
  • Building virtual private networks (VPNs) with PPTP
  • Internet Service tools
  • Retrieving files using Anonymous FTP
  • Using World Wide Web (WWW) tools

Managing TCP/IP Networks

  • SNMP management paradigm
  • Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)
  • The management database: MIB
  • SNMP evolution: MIB I and II, RMON, SNMPv2, SNMPv3

Hands-on Exercises (over duration of course)

  • Setup a Protocol analyser and analyse traffic
  • Use FTP and Telnet
  • Undertake detailed analysis of IP, TCP, FTP, Telnet and other applications
  • Configure a PC to use TCP/IP
  • Setup Subnets and routed networks
  • Design and configure a web-site
  • Use SNMP to manage network devices


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