Computer Networking – Full Course

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What is computer network ?

A computer network is a set of computers sharing resources located on or provided by network nodes. The computers use common communication protocols over digital interconnections to communicate with each other.

Computer Networking Basics - System Zone

 

What are the 5 components of computer network?

A network has 5 basic components viz. clients, servers, channels, interface devices and operating systems. A brief intro:

  1. Servers: Servers or Host computers are are powerful computers that store data or applications and connect to resources that are shared by the users of a network.
  2. Clients: Client is the computer used by the users of the network to access the servers and shared resources (such as hard disks and printers). So, a personal computer is a client.
  3. Channels: The technical name of channels is network circuit. It is the pathway over which information travels between the different computers (clients and servers) that comprise the network.
  4. Interface devices: The devices that connect clients and servers (and sometimes other networks) to the channel are called interface devices. The common examples are modems and network interface cards.
  5. Operating systems: This is the Network Software. It serves purpose that the operating system serves in a stand-alone computer.5 Common Types of Computer Networking - Brainware University
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Course Content

Introduction to computer networking
Whether it's a company or some other shared hub, computers need to be able to share resources to accomplish goals. Building these networks requires skill, so understanding computer networks is key for getting these connections built. Network addresses must be set and approved.

  • Introduction
    03:10
  • What Is A Computer Network ?
    01:38
  • Using Computer network everyday
    09:54
  • Why we should use models to understand computer networking
    02:15
  • Data capturing using wireshark
    07:33
  • Applications and protocols
    04:33
  • Transmission control protocol
    06:45
  • Mapping captured Data Packets to tcp
    04:56
  • OSI MODEL
    05:45
  • Basic of bits and bytes
    03:07
  • Protocol Data Units
    05:29
  • OSI vs TCP Model
    03:23
  • Encapsulation and Decapsulation
    06:24
  • What is ethernet ?
    01:32
  • More on ethernet
    02:41
  • Copper, Fiber, and Wireless Media
    10:33
  • Network Interface Controller
    03:29
  • Media Access Control (MAC)
    02:15
  • Hexadecimal vs Binary Numbers
    02:51
  • Structure of MAC
    03:55
  • Bandwidth in TCP
    05:19
  • Throughput in TCP
    05:55
  • Measuring Throughput
    02:22
  • Latency
    06:11
  • Round-trip Time RTT versus Ping
    02:50
  • Round-trip Time RTT Using the Ping Utility
    03:40
  • Jitter
    05:11
  • Packet Loss Rate
    02:16
  • Summary on Network Properties
    02:53
  • Network_Switches
    02:28
  • Working of Network Switches
    08:36
  • Ethernet Frame Header
    09:53
  • Types of Communication
    02:31
  • Types of Media Access Control ( MAC) Addresses
    04:27
  • Full-duplex versus Half-duplex Transmission Modes
    03:53
  • Collision
    01:55
  • Collision_Handling_Mechanisms
    04:39
  • Collision Domains
    04:20
  • Negotiation of the Speed and Duplex
    04:35
  • Analyzing Unicast Ethernet Frame Headers
    10:50
  • Analyzing Broadcast Ethernet Frames
    04:51
  • Summary
    07:47

Introduciton to Network Layer Section

Introduction to Network section

Introduction to ARP and ICMP

Introduction to Transport Layer Section

Introduction TO Routing Section

Introduction to the NAT Section

Introduction to DCHP and DNS Section

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