What you would learn in Computer Network : Internet Protocol, IPv4 and Subnetting 1 course?
IP Addressing (IPv4), Subnetting and Internet Protocol (Maximum Transmission Unit) :
Do you want to learn IP addresses transparently?
Do you want to know the subnetting process in depth?
Are you interested in understanding the process of Internet Protocol doing Datagram Fragmentation quickly?
If so, then you're on the right track. The course's discussion began at the beginning and continues to be discussed in the most significant level of depth. Each topic is covered with solid scenarios, and numerical issues are examined and solved.
What you'll learn in This Course:
System of Numbering and Conversion (Binary into Decimal, and Decimal Binary).
IPv4 Address Format.
Classes in IPv4 classes in IPv4 A B C, D, and C and (Theoretically and in practice).
Ranges are possible for all classes and how they function.
Extraction of host address and network address.
Broadcast IP Address for the Main network.
The reason why subnetting is required.
No.of bits required for subnetting and the method used to fix the bits.
All possible options for setting subnetting bits.
What is the purpose of a subnet mask, and how do I create a subnet mask.
Fixed Length Subnetmask (FLSM)
Solid subnetwork examples
Extraction of the host ID
Variable Length Subnetmask (VLSM)
The setting of broadcast IP addresses for the subnetwork.
Internet Protocol (Maximum Transmission Unit)
What causes fragmentation, and when it can occur.
What happens when Datagram Fragmentation occurs.
How to put together Fragments to be delivered.
How do you perform Fragmentation on already fragmented packets?
You are familiar with the binary numbers method and the conversions (quick and straightforward methods are employed).
Questions for practice will be provided to self-assess.
A PERSON WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO TAKE THIS course:
For certifications such as CCNA, CCNP, MCSE+, A+, and all other network-related certifications.
GATE CS/IT aspirants.
Competitive exam aspirants.
Anyone who wants to know more about computers and networks.
A detailed discussion of IPv4 Variable Length Subnetmask (VLSM), including examples of networks.
The course will allow students to obtain certifications such as CCNA, CCNP, etc.
IPv4 Classification: Class A B C, D, and E (Theoretical and Practical Discussion)
An in-depth discussion on the Subnetting concept.
This course will train students to respond to any question arising from IPv4, Subnetting, or IP(Maximum Transmission Unit).
IP Datagram Fragmentation: Exclusive discussion of The Maximum Transmission Unit (More than one fragment bit and the Datagram Offset).
The course is over. The student can break each network into subnetworks based on requirements.
Broadcast IP addresses for subnetwork and network.
An in-depth discussion of Fixed Length Subnetmask (FLSM)
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