Building a SOHO Network
At the completion of this lab, you will be able to
Properly configure IP information for a SOHO router
Properly configure DHCP for a SOHO network
Activate the firewall features for a
In this lab, I would like us to try some basic troubleshooting principles. When you have completed
this lab you will be able to:
Provide basic troubleshooting suggestions for a given scenario.
Use common troubl
CIS 1130IPv6 Notations IPv6
In this lab, you'll practice converting IPv6 addresses between long form notation and
short form notation using the shortcuts introduced in the Mike Meyers' CompTIA Network+
Guide to Managing and Trouble sho
Installing a Physical Network
In this lab, you will determine what types of networking hardware are available. When you have
completed this lab you will be able to
Recognize networking hardware
Locate the documentatio
Building an Ethernet Patch Cable
In this lab, you will research a TIA/EIA 568B patch cable. When you have completed this lab you will
be able to
Identify proper orientation of RJ-45 connectors
Identify the wire
Network Fundamentals Chapter 7 Lessons
Introduction to TCP/IP Protocols
Characteristics of TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/ Internet Protocol)
TCP/IP ProtocolTCP and IP were developed by a Department of Defense (DOD) research project to
connect a nu
Network fundamentals week 3 lessons
Networking is all about signals, the transmission of, receiving of, and manipulation of data signals.
Transmission has two meanings: the process of issuing data signals on a medium and the progress o
The original OSI model doesn't fit today's networking protocols in many ways so I think it may be time for
a simplified three-layer approach. In theory, someone could create a network stack using the following
three layers: Physical, Network, Application.
Analyzing TCP/IP Ports and Associations
In this lab you will define the functions of TCP/IP port associations and review the common port
number assignments. You will also use several utilities that will all
Planning a Wireless Network
In this lab, you will analyze the basic information of how wireless networks
function to make recommendations for the implementation of wireless networks
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TCP/IP and Routing
In this lab, you will experiment with some common windows commands to explore the TCP/IP
configuration of your computer and view its routing table.
Understand the netstat command and output
Try the route com
Network fundamental lessons for ch 4&5
Why is it called Ethernet?
In late 1972, Metcalfe and his Xerox PARC colleagues developed the first experimental Ethernet system to
interconnect the Xerox Alto, a personal workstation with a graphical user i
Networking Standards Organizations
There is no single source for all networking standards. Usually, a
standards organization coordinates the specifications for various
pieces of equipment or sets the parameters for features or
functions. However, sometime
Network fundamentals ch 4&5 objectives and q&a
Describe the characteristics and uses of networks, network devices, and components (e.g., hubs,
switches, routers, firewalls).
Hub - An electronic device that sits at the center of a star topology network, pr
Network Fundamentals Vocab Chapter 2 Amber Bridges
Modeling is critical in networking. We use models to understand and communicate with other techs
about networks. All models are a representation of the real thing.
International Organization for Standardi
Network fundaments vocab 3 and 6
ch 6 vocab
Activity light An LED on a NIC, hub, or switch that blinks rapidly to show data transfers over the
Continuity tester Inexpensive network tester that can only test for continuity on a line.
The OSI Model
Open Systems Interconnection (OSI ) is a standard reference model for communication between two end
users in a network. Although each layer of the OSI model provides its own set of functions, it is possible to
group the layers into two disti
Network Fundamentals ch8 vocab abc order
Area ID Address assigned to routers in an OSPF network to prevent flooding beyond the routers in that
Autonomous System (AS) One or more networks that are governed by a single protocol within th
Network fundamentals ch 4&5 vocab ABC order
10BaseFL Fiber-optic implementation of Ethernet that runs at 10 megabits per second (Mbps) using
baseband signaling. Maximum segment length is 2 km.
10BaseT An Ethernet LAN designed to run on UTP cabli
Network Fundamentals Chapter 3 and 6
Explain basic data transmission concepts, including full duplexing, attenuation, latency,
Crosstalk causes many problems in cables. One is when a signal progress slows down a piece of wire,
it becomes steadi
Network Fundamental chapter 8 q&a and objectives
Routers are the core of communication between different LANs and connect the networked world across
WAN links. They are the glue that holds together the many disparate parts of the large networ
Network Fundamentals Chapter 7 Vocab ABC
Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) A protocol in the TCP/IP suite used with the command-line utility of
the same name to determine the MAC address that corresponds to a particular IP address.
Automatic Private IP Ad
Network fundamentals ch 9 & 10 q&a
Identify and apply TCP/IP, IPv4, applications and services.
Describe common Transport and Network layer protocols.
Explain the power of port numbers.
Define common TCP/IP applications such as HTTP, HTTPS, Tel
Network Fundamentals Chapter 7 Objectives and Q&A
A protocol is a rule that governs how networks communicate. Protocols define the standards for
communication between network devices. Without protocols devices could not interpret the signals