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NET 241 - Network Protocols
This course provides networking students with the skills and knowledge to install and configure TCP/IP software on a NetWare 4.1x server. Students learn the skills necessary to procure an Internet address configure a Subnet mask assign IP addresses and troubleshoot common IP address problems. The course also gives students the skills necessary to use common TCP/IP applications including Telnet and FTP. Included in the course is the knowledge to set up a NetWare 5.0 configuration running NetWare 4.1x on TCP/IP instead of IPX/SPX, and connecting a NetWare 4.1x system to the Internet.
Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to:
- Explain the differences between the DoD Protocol model and the OSI model.
- Discuss data multiplexing, switching, bridging and routing technologies.
- Explain IP addressing using dotted decimal notation and assign IP addresses.
- Identify and troubleshoot datagram delivery, routing tables, exterior gateway protocol (EGP) and Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP).
- Discuss data stream maintenance, windowing, and host and network file setups.
- Identify and troubleshoot Domain Name Services (DNS), File Transfer Protocol (FTP), Telnet, Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP), and Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP).
- Configure hosts, networks, gateways, protocols and services.
- Discuss how to configure BOOTP, DHCP, SLIP and PPP.
- Discuss planning technologies for router configuration, IP tunneling, DHCP servers and SNMP.
Prerequisite or co-requisite: Advanced Novelle Network Administration (6x)
4 hours each week 4 credits