Full course of Computer Networks (u$D)


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Course duration: 7 hours, 41 minutes.
Number of MB: 63193 (63.19 GB)

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IMPORTANT: The titles listed below are divided into videos that are already publicly free (in different YouTube channels separately) and the exclusive content are videos that are only obtained by paying for the course.

What is the benefit of getting the free videos directly through this medium?

It’s simple, by this means we give you absolutely everything organized so that you do not have to be searching in different YouTube channels.



This product can be paid through PayPal.

Clarification: The currency used for these purchases is U$D (American Dollar)

What you are buying here is the course of computer networks, we offer you more than 40 classes that are granted to you in Text and Video format.


Why should I take this course?

If you are interested in being an IT Network Administrator to work in a company or as an individual offering your services, this is your course, when you finish it completely you will know how to build an entire network from scratch and manage with the most used things in all networks that work in a company or any other establishment, you can also acquire it for personal knowledge and even to teach others who want to learn about networks.

What will I learn?

Exclusive Content:

1: Switch installation, differences between rackeable and desktop

2: Wiring of separate NETWORK vs wiring by the electrical installation

3: How to save the information of the terminals efficiently

4: Patch panel & rosettes tooless or crimpeo

5: What do I have to see on a NAS before buying it?

6: What version of Windows should be installed in a company?

7: Security in the network – Wifi vs Wired

8: Uniformity of computers in a network

9: How to have all computers under control in a company

10: Difference between NAS and a file server with windows server

11: What a difference there is between original and pirated software

12: How to create VM file sharing between windows linux and OSX



PUBLIC CONTENT (Available on several You Tube channels)

Chapter 1: Introduction.

1- Introduction to computer networks

2- Why bother making a network?

Chapter 2: Life on the Net.

3- Use and implementation of shared folders in a network

4- Good practices for the use of shared folders

5- Differences between clients and servers

6- Differences between dedicated servers and peers

7- What things make a network work?

8- PCs are no longer personal

9- What is a network administrator and its functions

10- How to diagram and organize a computer network

11- What is a name and how is it used in a network

12- Logging into a network or logging into a network

Chapter 3: Understanding TCP / IP.

13- How the SUBNET or subnet mask works

14- DHCP differences between exclusions and reservations

15- Model OSI explanation with examples in the 7 layers

16- Introduction to binary numbers

17- Introduction to ip networks

18- The different types of Ethernet network cables

19- Basic guide for setting up a network network course Networking

20- IP address classifications

21- What is subnetting?

22- What is dhcp?

23- The 5 functions of the dhcp

24- What is dhcp lease time?

Chapter 4: What is all this? cables, switches and routers.

25- What is ethernet?

26- Theory of armed rj45 straight and crossed

27- What is a router and its different types (Soho, Enterprise and Industrial)
Chapter 5: Setting up a wireless network.

28- What is WiFi and its derivatives

29- Introduction to Wireless waves and frequencies

30- What is an Access Point and how to use it

31- what is the infrastructure mode in AP and how it works (access point)

32- What is a wireless network adapter?

33- Have more WIFI power with tachables antennas

34- What is the ad hoc mode?

35- What is WDS?

Chapter 6: Installing a Server.

36- 5 fundamental things before installing windows

37- History and introduction to Windows nt 4

38- History and introduction of Windows 2000 server

39- History and introduction of Windows 2003 server

40- History and introduction of Windows 2008




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