Learning Path: Networking for Sysadmins

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Learning Path Networking for Sysadmins

Master the nuts and bolts of computer networking

Networking is a complex but essential area of study for system administrators. This Learning Path covers the ways users can connect to a network; the concepts of switching, routing, and internetworking; end-to-end protocols; congestion control and resource allocation; end-to-end data; network security; and network applications such as e-mail and the Web, IP telephony and video streaming, and peer-to-peer file sharing. A basic understanding of system administration is recommended for this Learning Path.

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Table of contents

  1. What You Should Expect From This Video
  2. About The Author
  3. A Brief History Of The Domain Name System
  4. What Is The Domain Name System?
  5. Domains, Delegation And Zones
  6. The Internet Namespace
  7. Internationalized Domain Names
  8. Name Servers, Zones And Authority
  9. Resolvers
  10. Resolution And Recursion
  11. Queries And Responses
  12. Caching
  13. Server Selection And Retransmission
  14. Authoritative, Recursive And Caching Name Servers
  15. Primaries And Secondaries
  16. Forwarding And Forwarders
  17. Makes And Models - BIND, The Windows DNS Server, And More
  18. Resource Records
  19. The A Record
  20. The AAAA Record
  21. The PTR Record
  22. The CNAME Record
  23. The MX Record
  24. The SRV Record
  25. The TXT Record
  26. Infrastructure Records
  27. Wildcards
  28. RRset Order
  29. Tracing Resolution With dig
  30. Timeouts And Retransmissions
  31. Default Domains And Search Lists
  32. Dynamic Update
  33. NOTIFY
  34. IXFR
  35. Sender Policy Framework
  36. nslookup
  37. dig
  38. Conclusion
  39. What You Should Expect From This Video
  40. What You Should Know
  41. What You Will Learn
  42. History Of TCP/IP
  43. Using TCP/IP For Communication
  44. OSI Model
  45. TCP/IP Model
  46. Capturing Packets
  47. Using Wireshark
  48. IETF
  49. Protocols
  50. Networking Utilities
  51. Ethernet
  52. Layer 2 Addresses (Mac)
  53. PPP/Slip/PPPoe
  54. WAN Protocols - Sonet, ATM And Frame Relay
  55. VLANs And 802.1Q
  56. Purposes Of The Network Layer
  57. IP Headers
  58. IP Addresses And Subnets
  59. Routing
  60. BGP
  61. RIP
  62. OSPF
  63. ARP
  64. ARP Spoofing
  65. RARP
  66. Internet Registries
  67. Autoconfiguration - BootP And DHCP
  68. IP Configuration
  69. IP Fragmentation
  70. Uses Of ICMP
  71. ICMP Message Types
  72. Ping
  73. Error Messages And Handling
  74. ICMP Attacks
  75. Purposes Of The Transport Layer
  76. TCP Headers
  77. TCP Handshake
  78. Acknowledgements
  79. Sliding Windows
  80. Session Teardown
  81. TCP States
  82. Port Behavior
  83. Uses Of UDP
  84. Flags/Headers
  85. Streaming Audio And Video
  86. Purposes Of The Session Layer
  87. SSL/TLS
  88. SSH
  89. RTP Control Protocol
  90. RPC
  91. Purposes Of The Application Layer
  92. HTTP
  93. Telnet
  94. FTP
  95. SMTP
  96. POP3 And IMAP
  97. Windows File Sharing - SMB And CIFS
  98. DNS Basics
  99. DNS Protocol
  100. Firewalls
  101. Stateful - Determining State
  102. Stateless - Access Control Lists
  103. Application Layer Firewalls
  104. Intrusion Detection
  105. Spoofing Traffic
  106. Malicious Traffic
  107. Building Packets - PackETH
  108. Building Packets - HPing
  109. Wireless Fundamentals
  110. Searching For Wireless Networks
  111. Examining Wireless Packets
  112. Protecting Wireless With WEP
  113. Protecting Wireless With WPA
  114. Why IPv6
  115. IPv6 Vs. IPv4
  116. Using TCP With IPv6
  117. Using ICMPv6
  118. Next Steps
  119. About The Author
  120. About The Author And Introduction.mp4
  121. OSI - Part 1.mp4
  122. OSI - Part 2.mp4
  123. TCP / IP Protocols.mp4
  124. IPv4 Addressing.mp4
  125. Ports And IPv6 Addressing.mp4
  126. TCP / IP Review.mp4
  127. Network Media.mp4
  128. Network Media Terms - Part 1.mp4
  129. Network Media Terms - Part 2.mp4
  130. Ethernet.mp4
  131. Wireless.mp4
  132. Modulation And Encoding.mp4
  133. Topologies.mp4
  134. Network Sizes.mp4
  135. Transmission Types.mp4
  136. Media Access Methods.mp4
  137. Segments, Subnets And Domains.mp4
  138. Terms And Definitions.mp4
  139. Network Layer Devices - Part 1.mp4
  140. Network Layer Devices - Part 2.mp4
  141. Data Link Layer Devices.mp4
  142. Routers.mp4
  143. Firewalls - Part 1.mp4
  144. Firewalls - Part 2.mp4
  145. Firewalls - Part 3.mp4
  146. Firewall Rules.mp4
  147. Firewall Architecture.mp4
  148. Network Services.mp4
  149. DHCP.mp4
  150. Domain Name Systems.mp4
  151. DNS Architecture.mp4
  152. DNS Resolver.mp4
  153. Authentication Introduction.mp4
  154. Authentication Protocols.mp4
  155. Directory Services - Part 1.mp4
  156. Directory Services - Part 2.mp4
  157. DS Kerberos.mp4
  158. DS Kerberos RAS.mp4
  159. Diameter.mp4
  160. RAS VPN.mp4
  161. NAT PAT.mp4
  162. Bastion Host.mp4
  163. Endpoint Systems.mp4
  164. Virtual Machines.mp4
  165. Mainframe.mp4
  166. Wireless Introduction - Part 1.mp4
  167. Wireless Introduction - Part 2.mp4
  168. Wireless Security - WEP.mp4
  169. Wireless Security - Authenticating.mp4
  170. Wireless Security - WPA WPA2.mp4
  171. Wireless Security - 802.11i.mp4
  172. Wireless Security - Attacks.mp4
  173. Wireless Security Review.mp4
  174. MIMO And Cellular.mp4
  175. Browsing.mp4
  176. DoS / DDoS.mp4
  177. Information Theft.mp4
  178. APT And Cellular.mp4
  179. Course Review.mp4

Product information

  • Title: Learning Path: Networking for Sysadmins
  • Author(s): Cricket Liu, Ric Messier, David R. Miller, Rachel Roumeliotis
  • Release date: August 2015
  • Publisher(s): O'Reilly Media, Inc.
  • ISBN: 9781491940587