Curso: Redes 1 Basado en CISCO CCNA

Chapter 1 Living in a Network-Centric World 1

  • Communicating in a Network-Centric World
  • Communication: An Essential Part of Our Lives
  • The Network as a Platform
  • The Architecture of the Internet
  • Trends in Networking

Chapter 2 Communicating over the Network

  • The Platform for Communications
  • LANs, WANs, and Internetworks
  • Protocols
  • Network Protocols
    • Protocol Suites and Industry Standards
    • Interaction of Protocols
    • Technology-Independent Protocols
  • Using Layered Models
  • Protocol and Reference Models
  • TCP/IP Model
    • Communication Process
    • Protocol Data Units and Encapsulation
    • Sending and Receiving Process
    • OSI Model
    • Comparing the OSI Model to the TCP/IP Model
  • Network Addressing

Chapter 3 Application Layer Functionality and Protocols

  • Applications: The Interface Between the Networks
    • OSI and TCP/IP Model
    • User Applications, Services, and Application Layer Protocols
  • Making Provisions for Applications and Services
    • Client/Server Model
    • Servers
    • Application Layer Services and Protocols
    • Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Networking and Applications
  • Application Layer Protocols and Services Examples
    • DNS Services and Protocol
    • WWW Service and HTTP
    • E-Mail Services and SMTP/POP Protocols
    • E-Mail Server Processes: MTA and MDA
    • FTP
    • DHCP
    • File-Sharing Services and SMB Protocol
    • P2P Services and Gnutella Protocol
    • Telnet Services and Protocol

Chapter 4 OSI Transport Layer

  • Roles of the Transport Layer
    • Purpose of the Transport Layer
    • Supporting Reliable Communication
    • TCP and UDP
    • Port Addressing
    • Segmentation and Reassembly: Divide and Conquer
  • TCP: Communicating with Reliability
    • Making Conversations Reliable
    • TCP Server Processes
    • TCP Connection Establishment and Termination
    • TCP Three-Way Handshake
    • TCP Session Termination
    • TCP Acknowledgment with Windowing
    • TCP Retransmission
    • TCP Congestion Control: Minimizing Segment Loss
  • UDP: Communicating with Low Overhead
    • UDP: Low Overhead Versus Reliability
    • UDP Datagram Reassembly
    • UDP Server Processes and Requests
    • UDP Client Processes

Chapter 5 OSI Network Layer

  • IPv4
    • Network Layer: Communication from Host to Host
    • IPv4: Example Network Layer Protocol
    • IPv4 Packet: Packaging the Transport Layer PDU
    • IPv4 Packet Header
  • Networks: Dividing Hosts into Groups
    • Creating Common Groups
    • Why Separate Hosts into Networks?
    • Dividing Networks from Networks
  • Routing: How Data Packets Are Handled
    • Device Parameters: Supporting Communication Outside the Network
    • IP Packets: Carrying Data End to End
    • Gateway: The Way Out of the Network
    • Route: A Path to a Network
    • Destination Network
    • Next Hop: Where the Packet Goes Next
    • Packet Forwarding: Moving the Packet Toward Its Destination
  • Routing Processes: How Routes Are Learned
    • Static Routing
    • Dynamic Routing
    • Routing Protocols

Chapter 6 Addressing the Network: IPv4

  • IPv4 Addresses
  • IPv4 Addresses for Different Purposes
  • Assigning Addresses
  • Calculating Addresses
  • Testing the Network Layer

Chapter 7 OSI Data Link Layer

  • Data Link Layer: Accessing the Media
  • MAC Techniques: Placing Data on the Media
  • MAC: Addressing and Framing Data
  • Putting It All Together: Following Data Through an Internetwork

Chapter 8 OSI Physical Layer

  • Physical Layer: Communication Signals
  • Physical Signaling and Encoding: Representing Bits
  • Physical Media: Connecting Communication

Chapter 9 Ethernet

  • Overview of Ethernet
  • Ethernet: Communication Through the LAN
  • Ethernet Frame
  • Ethernet MAC
  • Ethernet Physical Layer
  • Hubs and Switches
  • Address Resolution Protocol (ARP)

Chapter 10 Planning and Cabling Networks

  • LANs: Making the Physical Connection
  • Device Interconnections
  • Developing an Addressing Scheme
  • Calculating the Subnets
  • Device Interconnections

Chapter 11 Configuring and Testing Your Network

  • Configuring Network Devices:
  • Applying a Basic Configuration
  • Verifying Connectivity
  • Monitoring and Documenting Networks

Duración: 30 Horas
Inicio: 26/07/2015
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