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Understanding IP and Datanetworking

Training Course Outline

Course Duration:

2 Days

Training Course Description:
This course provides a thorough introduction to IP and Data Networking for non technical staff who need to appreciate and manage the technology but will not be implementing it hands-on themselves. It provides an introduction to the terminology, key concepts and functions of the Internet and its major protocols.

IP is now the foundation of virtually all communications from Email to voice and even next generation television networks. It is crucial for all strategic staff to appreciate its functions, possibilities, limitations and advantages. The ability to discuss key concepts and appreciate how IP based services function is important to all key staff today.


On completion of this course you will:
  • Understand the history, scope and limitations of IPv4 and infrastructures built upon it
  • Appreciate the standard terms used to describe networking components and services
  • Appreciate IP addressing and subdivision of networks
  • Know the functions of the key parts of the Internet Protocol
  • Appreciate how distributed dynamic routing functions within modern networks
  • Understand how IP can be build upon different technologies
  • Understand how IP can be used within current and next generation applications

Follow up courses:

Understanding Voice over IP
Hands On TCP/IP and Internet Protocols


Understanding IP and Datanetworking includes the following modules:

Introduction to TCP/IP Networks

  • Scope of TCP/IP
  • History of TCP and IP
  • Internet community
  • TCP/IP Applications
  • TCP/IP and the Internet
  • IAB
  • RFCs

TCP/IP Protocol Architecture and Foundation

  • TCP/IP Layering
  • Implementation Hierarchy
  • Operating System Considerations
  • Physical transports
  • LANs
  • Ethernet, 802.3
  • Gigabit Ethernet
  • WANs
  • Example Physical Transports
  • Protocol Identification

Internet Protocol - In Detail

  • Where IP fits into the Internet Protocol Suite
  • Functions of IP
  • ‘Best Efforts’ Datagram service
  • Uniform Logical Addressing
  • Fragmentation and Reassembly
  • Addressing: Classless and Classesful
  • Dotted Decimal Notation
  • Deploying IP Address Classes
  • Loop-back addressing and testing
  • IP Headers and their functions
  • Version field
  • Header Length
  • TOS
  • Datagram ID
  • Fragmentation
  • Flags
  • Time To Live (TTL)
  • Protocol field
  • Addresses
  • Options
  • Unicasting and Multicasting

Below IP

  • IP over different physical networks
  • SNAP
  • IP over SDH
  • IP over Gigabit Ethernet
  • IP over Frame Relay
  • Bridging and Switching
  • Tunneling with PPTP
  • Address Resolution
  • Troubleshooting problems and tools

Internetworking with Routers

  • Internet and Intranets
  • Concepts of an IP Network and subnetwork
  • Unique addressing
  • Private Addresses
  • Network Addressing
  • Net-masks
  • Network and host addresses
  • Routing Tables
  • Routing Protocols
  • RIP, OSPF and BGP4
  • Concept of metrics
  • Distributed Dynamic Routing
  • Static and source routing
  • Network Address translation
  • Firewalls

Above IP

  • Transport Services
  • Virtual Circuit Services
  • Datagram Services
  • Client Server Operation
  • Well known ports
  • Peer to peer operation
  • TCP
  • UDP
  • Example Applications
  • Email
  • World Wide Web
  • IP Television
  • Multimedia


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