PC Networking

Course

In Manchester

Price on request

Description

  • Typology

    Course

  • Location

    Manchester

  • Duration

    1 Year

Description

Apply PC-LAN concepts and technologies to integrate multiple operating systems. Configure TCP/IP services. Customise Windows operating systems for a networked environment. Integrate UNIX into your local area network. Share resources across all network operating system (NOS) platforms.
Suitable for: Who Should Attend. This course is valuable for network administrators, systems managers, communications specialists, help desk personnel, support technicians, consultants and systems integrators who are involved in selecting, implementing, supporting or integrating PC LANs and corporate Internet support.

Facilities

Location

Starts

Manchester (Greater Manchester)
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202-208 Cheetham Hill Road, M8 8LW

Starts

On request

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Course programme

PC Networking

In recent years, the PC network has become a critical component of the corporate computing environment. With the rapid expansion of PC LANs in the office, there is an increasing demand for professionals who possess a broad understanding of PC-LAN technologies and the ability to integrate them into a seamless network. This hands-on course provides you with comprehensive knowledge of the major network operating systems, the underlying communication protocols and the supporting network hardware. The course emphasizes the integration of various network operating systems and Internet services. Course Content Overview of PC Networks
Basic concepts and terminology
Defining a PC local area network
Sharing resources, applications and data
Differentiating between LANs, MANs and WANs Network hardware
Media: twisted pair, coax, optical fibre
Topology: star, bus, ring and tree
Network interface cards and media access
Wireless LAN Network software
Network operating systems
Client/server computing

LAN Hardware
Hardware components
Network adapter cards
EIA-568
IEEE 802 standards Overview of popular network products

Network Operating Systems
Disk sharing
Printer sharing
Security
SPX/IPX TCP/IP
SMB
NetBIOS
NetBEUI Common network operating systems

Windows Server 2003/XP
Overview
Windows Server 2003/XP architectures
Peer-to-peer vs. domain networking
Windows Server and Active Directory (AD) Peer-to-peer networking
Sharing and using resources
TCP/IP and the Internet
TCP/IP protocols and utilities
TELNET, FTP, HTTP, PING, SMTP, DNS and NFS
Accessing the Internet from the

Interoperability
Motivation for internetworking
Integrating different network technologies
Connecting dispersed resources
Sharing files across NOSs with NFS or SMB
Managing resources from a common protocol

Wireless Networking
Connecting to a wireless LAN
Connectivity and security options 3 hours per day for one year

PC Networking

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