Learning Path: Build and Maintain Networks

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You’ll come away with a broad understanding of how networks operate and what’s required to build them, along with some knowledge of how to use specific tools to build various topologies.

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Table of contents

  1. Introduction
  2. So, You Want to Build a Network
  3. Our Second Topology
  4. Capture Some Traffic
  5. Networking Models, Standards and Vendors
  6. Layer 1, 2 and 3 Building Blocks
  7. Building Block and Protocol Detail: Layers 1 and 2 Ethernet
  8. Introduction to Radio LANS
  9. Layer 3 Building Block Detail: IPv4
  10. Layer 3 Building Block Detail: IPv6
  11. Layer 3 Operations - ARP and ICMP
  12. Internet Control Message Protocol: ICMP - RFC 792
  13. Sub-networks and Masking
  14. Network Equipment and Tables
  15. Routing from the Router Point of View
  16. Routing from the Workstation Point of View
  17. VLANs and Trunking
  18. Spanning Tree Protocol: 802.1D / 802.1Q
  19. TCP
  20. UDP
  21. Routing Protocols - RIP and OSPF
  22. Introduction
    1. Welcome to the Course
    2. Models, Addressing, Equipment and Protocols - where does it all fit?
  23. Layer 2 Wired
    1. Layer 2 - A Review of Ethernet
    2. Introduction to Management
    3. Tools and Layer 2 Troubleshooting
    4. Layer 2 Management Protocols
    5. VLAN and Trunking Review
    6. Spanning Tree Review
    7. Rapid Spanning Tree
    8. VLANs and Spanning Tree
    9. Link Aggregation
  24. Layer 2 Wireless
    1. A Review of 802.11 Networking
    2. The FCC and Spectrum
    3. Site Surveys
    4. Wireless Packet Capture
    5. Wireless Controllers
  25. Layer 3
    1. Equipment and Tables Review
    2. IPv4 Review
    3. Network Address Translation and Private Addressses
    4. Routers and Static Routing Review
    5. Layer 3 Review: A Review of Routing Protocols (RIP, OSPF) and Route Selection
    6. Access Control Lists and Filtering
    7. Introduction to Tunnels and GRE
    8. Encrypted Tunnels and VPN's
    9. Subnetting, Supernetting and Route Aggregation
    10. Advanced Routing: Route Redistribution, Default Routing and Black Holes
    11. IPv6 Review and OSPFv6
    12. Connecting to your Network Devices: telnet, ssh, http and https
    13. Simple Network Management Protocol
    14. Security: CIA, Network Device Security
  26. Layer 4 Transport
    1. TCP and UDP - Transport Protocol Review
    2. TCP Sliding Window, Features and Port Scans
    3. Networking with Virtual Machines: Desktop Virtualization
    4. Networking with Virtual Machines: Bare Metal Hypervisor

Product information

  • Title: Learning Path: Build and Maintain Networks
  • Author(s): Courtney Allen
  • Release date: June 2016
  • Publisher(s): O'Reilly Media, Inc.
  • ISBN: 9781491964323