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Understanding TCP/IP (NT3965)

This course covers in detail the Open System Interconnection (OSI) reference model and the TCP/IP protocols that operate that different layers. Its coverage includes various application protocols.

Attend our courses in computer networking at our physical locations (Toronto and Montreal), on-site (private training) or live online (virtual classroom).

Special pricing can be applied upon registration (multiple participants from your company, government sector, non profit organizations, etc.) - contact us to learn more.

Public class

Duration: 
5 days / 35 hours

Private class

En ligne
Minimum no. of participants: 4
5 days / 35 hours
Price on request
English or French
Training plan: 

Module 1: Introduction to Network Protocols

  • ISO OSI
  • TCP/IP
  • Methods of Information Transmission
  • Virtual Circuit

Module 2: Introduction to Network Protocols

  • ISO OSI
  • TCP/IP
  • Methods of Information Transmission
  • Virtual Circuit

Module 3: Physical Layer

  • Serial Line
  • Modems
  • Digital Circuits
  • LAN

Module 4: Link Layer

  • Serial Line Internet Protocol
  • Compressed SLIP
  • High-Level Data Link Control Protocol
  • Point-To-Point Protocol
  • Frame Relay
  • Local Area Networks
  • Wireless Local Area Network
  • Fixed Wireless Access

Module 5: Internet Protocol

  • IP Datagram
  • Internet Control Message Protocol
  • Fragmentation
  • Optional Entries in the IP Header
  • ARP and RARP Protocols
  • Internet Group Management Protocol
  • Multicast and Link Protocol

Module 6: IP Address

  • Network: First Period of History
  • Network: Second Period of History
  • IP Addresses in the Intranet and Special-Use IP Addresses
  • Unnumbered Interface
  • Address Plan
  • Over 254 Interfaces in a LAN

Module 7: Routing

  • Forwarding and Screening
  • Routing
  • Handling Routing Tables
  • Routing Protocols
  • Neutral Exchange Point

Module 8: IP Version 6

  • Next Headers of IP Version 6 Datagram
  • ICMP Version 6 Protocol
  • IP Addresses
  • Windows 2003

Module 9: Transmission Control Protocol

  • TCP Segments
  • TCP Header Options
  • Establishing and Terminating a Connection with TCP
  • Determining the Connection State
  • Response Delay Techniques
  • Window Technique
  • Network Congestion
  • The Window Scale Factor

Module 10: User Datagram Protocol

  • Fragmentation
  • Broadcasts and Multicasts

Module 11: Domain Name System

  • Name Syntax
  • Reverse Domains
  • Resource Records
  • DNS Protocol
  • DNS Query

Module 12: Telnet

  • The NVT Protocol
  • Telnet Protocol Commands
  • Example of Windows NT Client Communication
  • Example of UNIX Client Communication

Module 13: File Transfer Protocol

  • Architecture
  • Active Mode of FTP Protocol Communication
  • Passive Mode of FTP Protocol Communication
  • FTP Commands
  • Proxy
  • Return Codes
  • Abnormal Termination of Data Transfer
  • Anonymous FTP

Module 14: Hypertext Transfer Protocol

  • Client-Server
  • Proxy
  • Gateway
  • Tunnel
  • More Intermediate Nodes
  • Uniform Resource Identifier
  • Relative URI
  • The HTTP Request
  • The HTTP Response
  • Other Header Fields
  • Cookie

Module 15: Email

  • Email Architecture
  • Mail Message Format
  • MIME
  • SMTP
  • ESMTP
  • POP3
  • IMAP4

Module 16: Forums

  • Message Format
  • NNTP Protocol

Module 17: Lightweight Directory Access Protocol

  • Protocol Principle
  • Data Model of LDAP Directory
  • LDAP Protocol Data Units
  • Server Programs
  • Client Programs
  • Lightweight Directory Interchange Format
Exclusives: 
  • One year access to the class recording
  • Access to the lab environment during the training
  • Course material accessible in electronic format
  • Microsoft Official certificate of attendance
Follow-on trainings: 

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