Live Instructor-Led Classroom Training
This 2-day workshop provides participants both conceptual understanding and hands-on experience in deploying TCP/IP Network applications. This unique category of applications makes it practical and convenient for users to access a TCP/IP data network's resources. The workshop explores the vital TCP/IP services that run behind the scenes in order to make TCP/IP networks workable and practical: Domain Name Service (DNS), Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), and Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP).
This workshop is presented in classroom lecture/discussion style with hands-on labs to reinforce the lecture material. Students completing the class emerge with hands-on experience along with a workbook designed to serve as a practical reference tool.
Who Should Attend
Personnel responsible for internetworking corporate resources: data center personnel, technical and communications managers, system and software engineers, LAN/WAN and network support technicians, systems and network analysts and designers, sales representatives and application engineers, information managers and LAN/WAN specialists, and application programmers who need a working understanding of LANs and TCP/IP.
General familiarity with data networks and the OSI Model.
- Explain where these applications fit in the OSI Model, and how they relate to other applications and lower layers.
- Use the OSI Model as a troubleshooting tool, and as a way to quickly grasp new terms and technology.
- Build a running network using all three protocols we deploy in class (DHCP, DNS, and SNMP).
- Install DNS in Cisco routers, Windows workstations and servers.
- Activate SNMP network manager software and element agents in routers and Windows workstations.
- Explain how DHCP works and itemize its benefits and limitations.
- Compare DHCP to DNS and see where they complement and conflict with each other.
- Understand DNS address resolution, what forms it can take, where it is used and why it is so important.
- Use Windows-based TCP/IP testing and monitoring tools.
- Analyze DNS, DHCP and SNMP packets.
- Illustrate how the five functions of TCP/IP all work together to form the world's most popular network protocol suite.
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For many years New Instruction, LLC had been known as an innovative provider of training, consulting and software development services, and clients have often asked us to share our software quality methodologies with them. Those requests led to the development of our longest running workshop, "Testing and Quality Assurance Techniques", now in it's 11th edition.