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Networking Essentials Part II


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I. Networking Protocols

A. Common Protocols
B. TCP/IP-Internet Protocol Suite
C. NetWare Protocol Suite
D. Windows NT
E. AppleTalk Protocol Suite
F. Miscellaneous Protocols


In this section you will learn:
. Identify the different Protocol stacks
. Differentiate between protocols that make up TCP/IP, the Internet Protocol Suite
. Differentiate between protocols that make up the NetWare Protocols Suite
. Differentiate between protocols available for Windows NT
. Differentiate between protocols that make up the AppleTalk Protocol Suite
. Describe each layer of the DOD model.

II. Expanding A Network

A. Repeaters
B. Bridges
C. Routers
D. Brouters
E. Gateway
F. Wide Area Networks


In this section you will learn:
. How to segment a network.
. How to connect more than one network.
. How repeaters, bridges, routers and gateways are used.
. What constitutes a WAN
. Which connection methods can be used to connect the segments of a WAN.
. Which interconnection device is right for your organization's LAN interconnections.

III. Network Operating Systems

A. Local OS vs. Network OS
B. Windows NT
C. Novell NetWare
D. Unix


In this section you will learn:
. To explain the difference between a local and network operating system.
. A general understanding of Windows NT.
. A general understanding of Novell NetWare.
. A general understanding of UNIX.

IV. Intranets and The Internet

A. What is the Internet
B. History of the Internet
C. Getting Connected
D. Internet Services
E. Browsers
F. Intranets
G. Development Tools
H. Security


At the completion of this section you will be able to:
. Describe the information super highway.
. Understand the history of the Internet.
. Understand how to get connected.
. Select the right level of Internet service for the home user, power user and large company who needs continuous access.
. Understand how email works.
. Describe the purpose of a domain.
. Understand the various services, sites and search tools available on the Internet, including USENET, Newsgroups, IRC, MUD, ARCHIE, TELNET, GOPHER, VERONICA, FTP and anonymous FTP, WAIS and others.
. Understand how the World Wide Web works.
. Describe the purpose of a web browser.
. Know the purpose and benefits of an Intranet
. Explain the purpose of HTML
. Explain the purpose of CGI
. Understand the purpose of Firewalls
. Know about data Encryption

V. File Systems

A. Selecting a File System
B. Partitions
C. Volumes
D. Volume Sets
E. Striped Sets


In this section you will learn:
. Describe the features of the FAT filing system
. Describe the features of the NTFS filing system
. Explain the differences between the FAT and NTFS file systems
. Learn the criteria for selecting the file system to use
. Learn the types of partitions supported by Windows NT
. Describe the differences between primary and extended partitions
. Describe a volume set
. Describe a stripe set

VI. Security Models

A. Share-Level Security
B. User-Level Security
C. File Ownership
D. Combining Permissions


In this section you will learn:
. The two primary security models.
. How to share a resource
. How to cancel the sharing of a resource
. How share-level security works
. How user-level security works

VII. Disaster Recovery

A. Introduction
B. System Fault Tolerance (SFT)
C. Storage Management Services (SMS)


In this section you will learn:
. How to protect data and hardware
. What is needed to run a system backup
. What are the different types of backups
. How to set up backup procedures

VIII. Network Troubleshooting

A. Troubleshooting Methodology
B. Troubleshooting Tools
C. Interrupts
D. Additional Resources


In this section you will be able to:
. The steps to take in troubleshooting a network problem.
. Which tools to use in troubleshooting various network problems.