Hands-On TCP/IP Networking Workshop

Course Information

TCP/IP is the communications protocol by which the Internet and most commercial networks operate. This course introduces the student to the history and technical aspects of the  TCP/IP protocol.

Objectives
Course Synopsis
Target Audience
Labs
Certifications

Objectives

The TCP/IP Networking Workshop has been designed for Technicians, Engineers and Supervisors who are responsible for configuring IP services and who must be competent in TCP/IP networking and able to utilize network management tools. Network Administrators, IT professionals, technical sales professionals and network marketing professionals can all benefit from this course. Delivered as a 4-Day course, the Networking Workshop, which utilizes a combination of in-class labs as well as hands-on exercises, provides student with the knowledge and know-how they will need to configure a host, employ TCP/IP tools, use application services and access TCP/IP-based networks. Upon completion of this course, the students will:

  • Understand The essential elements of the TCP/IP protocol suite
  • Develop a hands-on skill set targeted at TCP/IP networking in the following key areas of IP Addressing and Subnetting, Routing protocols and the control plane of IP and Quality of Service
  • Explore the 7-layer OSI model, and the TCP/IP suite of protocols
  • Designn IP networks and subnetworks using addressing expertise developed in this class
  • Understand selection options of IP routing protocols
  • Configure fundamental properties of IP Quality of Service
  • Gain a fundamental understanding of Voice over IP, Video over IP and Multicast Services
  • Understand the future of IP – IPv6
  • Use a protocol analyzer to isolate and troubleshoot network problems
  • Troubleshoot problems at each layer of a TCP/IP network

Course Synopsis

Overview and Introductions
Introduction to the TCP/IP
• Architectural Overview of the TCP/IP Protocol Suite
• Key TCP/IP application services
• Introducing TCP/IP protocol architecture
• TCP/IP layering
• Components of TCP/IP networks
• The Internet Protocol (IP)
• Fundamental internetworking concepts
• Internet addressing: IP address classes A, B, C, D, E
• Addressing
• Subnetting
• IP Routing
• Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
• Host Name Resolution
• Domain Name System (DNS) Overview

The TCP/IP Stack Operation
Application Layer
• Applications and Management Protocols
• File transfer protocols: FTP, TFTP
• Network Virtual Terminal (TELNET)
• Employing DNS BIND
• SMTP, POP3, Iand MAP4
• Layer 4: Transport Layer (TCP, UDP and SCTP)
• The Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)
• TCP Ports
• TCP packet structure
• TCP performance issues
• The User Datagram Protocol (UDP)
• Layer 3: IP Layer
• IP Addressing
• IP Subnet Addressing
• IP Subnet Addressing Lab
• Basic IP Network configuration/Addressing Lab
• IP address resolution
• Private IP addresses: application proxy firewalls
• Resolving MAC addresses with ARP
• Using RARP, BOOTP and DHCP
• Introduction to IPv6
• Basic IP Network configuration/Addressing Lab
• IP Subnet Addressing Workshop

IP Routing Protocols
Basics of IP Routing, RIP
• IP Routing with RIP Lab
• Interior and Exterior Gateway Protocols
• OSPF and BGP routing protocols
• Routing with BGP
• Exterior Routing with BGP
• Internetworking with IP Routers
• Implementing routed networks
• Common IP routing protocols: RIP, OSPF
• Subdividing IP networks (subnetting)
• Control messages on IP networks: ICMP
• Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR)
• Network Address Translation (NAT)
• Troubleshooting problems
• IP Routing Workshop

Auto-Configuration and Name SERVICES
DHCP in a Routed Network
• The ipconfig /release Command
• The ipconfig /renew Command
• DNS: Names Instead of Numbers
• A Distributed Service
• The DNS Tree
• Generic Top-Level Domains
• Sponsored Top-Level Domains
• Country Domains
• Name Server
• Primary and Secondary Servers
• DNS Database
• Name and Number Organizations
• Dynamic DNS
• Troubleshooting

Security in TCP/IP
• Threats
• Disaster Threats
• Attack Threats
• Attacks
• Malicious Code
• Types of Attackers
• Solutions
• Securing Systems
• User Authentication
• Security-Related Protocols and IPSec
• IPSec Components
• IPSec Session
• Virtual Private Networks (VPNs)
• Establishing a VPN Connection
• PPTP Encapsulation
• PPTP Encryption
• L2TP Encapsulation
• L2TP Encryption

Overview and Introductions to Ethernet
Ethernet Protocol Basics
• Ethernet in the OSI Model
• Different Ethernet Versions
• Defining a LAN
• Topology Options
• Ethernet MAC Addresses
• Spanning Tree
• Understanding VLANs
• 802.1Q Encapsulation
• Gigabit Ethernet
• Encapsulation
• Auto-Negotiation
• Ethernet QoS
• Ethernet Workshop

IP Management, Services and Qos
• Managing TCP/IP networks
• Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)
• SNMP evolution: MIB I and II, RMON, SNMPv2, SNMPv3
• Quality of Service (QoS) with IP Networks
• Basic IP Unicast Service
• IP Multicast Service
• IP Voice Service
• IP Video Services
• Basics of QoS
• Scheduling
• Marking
• Policing
• Introduction to MPLS
• IP Management Workshop
• IP QoS Workshop

Labs and Exercises
• Working wuth Binary, Decimal and Hexadecimal Numbers
• IP Addressing and Subnetting
• Address Resolution Protocol
• Multicasting
• IP Processes
• Capturing and Analyzing an IP Datagram
• Routing
• Using Wireshark
• UDP Transactions and TCP Processes
• DHCP Process
• Domain Name System (DNS)
• ICMP Messaging
• TCP Applications
• Telnet
• FTP
• HTTP
• UDP Applications
• Voice over IP
• Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6)
• Security
• Spoofing
• Ethical Hacking
• Wireless IP Security and Hacking

Target Audience

Technicians, Engineers and support personnel who provide IP configuration and support services can all benefit from the TCP/IP Workshop. Other candidates include Development Engineers, Network Managers, Network Administrators, IT professionals, Technical sales and marketing professionals or anybody who needs to understand TCP/IP configuration and application on a highly granular level.

Hands-On Labs

  • Working with Binary, Decimal and Hexadecimal Numbers
  • IP Addressing and Subnetting
  • Address Resolution Protocol
  • Multicasting
  • IP Processes
  • Capturing and Analyzing an IP Datagram
  • Routing
  • Using Wireshark
  • UDP Transactions and TCP Processes
  • DHCP Process
  • Domain Name System (DNS)
  • ICMP Messaging
  • TCP Applications
  • Telnet
  • FTP
  • HTTP
  • UDP Applications
  • Voice over IP (VoIP)
  • Internet Protocol, version 6 (IPv6)
  • Security
  • Spoofing
  • Ethical Hacking
  • Wireless IP Security and Hacking

Certifications

Certification: TCP/IP Networking



Pricing

Description Item Code Price
Hands-On TCP/IP Networking Workshop – The TCP/IP Networking Workshop has been designed for Technicians, Engineers and Supervisors who are responsible for configuring IP services and who must be competent in TCP/IP networking and able to utilize network management tools. Network Administrators, IT professionals, technical sales professionals and network marketing professionals can all benefit from this course. Delivered as a 4-Day course, the Networking Workshop, which utilizes a combination of in-class labs as well as hands-on exercises, provides student with the knowledge and know-how they will need to configure a host, employ TCP/IP tools, use application services and access TCP/IP-based networks. TR-TCP $3,999.00
Exam: Multiple Choice
TE-TCP Included
Certificate: TCP – TFS – Identifies you as a technician or engineer who understands TCP/IP fundamentals, theory and its practical application. TC-TCP Included


Schedule & Registration

Schedule
The are no classes currently scheduled for this course.

Online Student Information Form

Please fill out the form below to begin the registration process. After you submit the form, a sales associate will reach out to you to complete your registration.



Planning & Reservations

Contact the Training and Development Coordinator for The Fiber School at Training@fiberoptic.com or call 877.529.9114.


Student Registration Use the Registration Form above or download the editable PDF and email to training@fiberoptic.com.

>> Registration Form PDF:  http://www.fiberoptic.com/catalog/Registration-Form-2018.pdf


Cancellation Policy: FiberOptic.com may cancel a course that lacks sufficient enrollment a week before it is scheduled to begin. When a course is canceled, we make every effort to notify all registered students promptly. A full refund is processed unless the student elects to transfer to another course or time. You can help avoid cancellation by registering early.

Student Cancellation: No refunds are permitted for student cancellation. Substitutions are permitted.


On-Site Training

With just 5 or more students The Fiber School can send the classroom to you! We offer custom, on-site training for any of our courses. Just give us a call at 877.529.9114 or email us at Training@fiberoptic.com and let us schedule an on-site course that perfectly suits your needs.