Course Number 1028 – 40 Hours
The Course demonstrating and Implementation is based on Microsoft windows operation System. This five-day instructor-led course provides students with the knowledge and skills to understand the operation and configuration of the TCP/IP protocol suite and its associated technologies for connectivity, automated addressing, nameresolution, and traffic protection in Microsoft Windows Server® 2003 and Windows XP.
Describe the protocols in the TCP/IP protocol suite and their function Describe both IPv4 and IPv6 addressing Perform subnetting for both IPv4 and IPv6 address prefixes Describe how IPv4 and IPv6 routing works for a sending host and router Describe the function and operation of the Dynamic Host ConfigurationProtocol (DHCP) Configure a DHCP client, server, and relay agent in Windows Describe the function and operation of the Domain Name System (DNS) and configure a DNS client and server in Windows Describe the function and operation of the Windows Internet Name Service(WINS) Configure a WINS client and server in Windows Describe the function and operation of Internet Protocol security (IPsec) and packetfiltering and configure IPsec and Windows Firewall in Windows Describe the function and operation of a virtual private network (VPN) and configure a VPN client and server in Windows List and describe the function and operation of IPv6 transition technologies and configure an Intra-Site Automatic Tunnel Addressing Protocol (ISATAP) client and router in Windows Describe the name resolution andpacket delivery processes for end-to-end TCP/IP connectivity and how to troubleshoot common TCP/IP problems
This course is intended for both novice and experienced IT professionals who have a minimum of three months experience with computer networking technologies and have basic Windows navigation skills.
Before attending this course, students must have: A+ certification or equivalentknowledge Network+ certification or equivalent knowledge Have knowledge and experience with configuring Windows
Module 1: Introduction to TCP/IP This module explains where TCP/IP came from, how the standards for TCP/IP are defied, TCP/IP network terminology, and how to manually configure TCP/IP for both IPv4 and IPv6 in Windows. History of TCP/IP TCP/IP Terminology TCP/IP Components in WindowsModule 2: Architectural Overview of the TCP/IP Protocol Suite This module explains the architecture of the TCP/IP protocol suite, the protocols at the different layers of the TCP/IP protocol suite (including IP, ICMP, IGMP, IPv6, ICMPv6, ND, and MLD), data multiplexing between layers, and TCP/IP programming interfaces and naming schemes. The TCP/IP Protocol Suite IPv4 Internet Layer IPv6 InternetLayer Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) User Datagram Protocol (UDP) Packet Multiplexing and Demultiplexing Application Programming Interfaces TCP/IP Naming Schemes in Windows Module 3: IP Addressing This module explains how addressing works for IPv4 and IPv6 networks, including the different types of IPv4 and IPv6 addresses and how they are used. -2-
IPv4 Addressing IPv6 Addressing ComparingIPv4 and IPv6 Addressing Module 4: Subnetting This module explains how to perform subnetting of IPv4 and IPv6 unicast address prefixes. Subnetting for IPv4 Subnetting for IPv6 Module 5: IP Routing This module explains how IPv4 and IPv6 routing works for a sending host and router in terms of routing table entries and routing infrastructure and how to configure Windows-based hosts and routers. IPRouting Overview IPv4 Routing IPv6 Routing Routing Tools Module 6: Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol This module explains the function and operation of DHCP for automated IPv4 address operation, how to configure a DHCP client, server, and relay agent in Windows, and IPv6 address auto configuration. DHCP Overview How DHCP Works The Windows DHCP Server Service DHCP Server Service Configuration The...