Training Course

IPv4: Protocols, Implementation, Analysis, Troubleshooting and Support

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  • £2,085 +VAT
  • 3 days
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Why this TCP/IP course?

In just three days, this TCP/IP course provides attendees with the in-depth knowledge and skills that are needed to support IP networks and their users, including advanced diagnosis and troubleshooting of networks using TCP/IP protocols.

  • The TCP/IP course also provides relevant introductions to four new and significant areas in IP networking:
    • Voice over IP
    • IPv6
    • IP QoS
    • IP security
    • Mobile IP

Who should attend this TCP/IP course

  • Everyone needing a comprehensive coverage of TCP/IP protocols, particularly IT professionals responsible for supporting modern TCP/IP-based networks.

TCP/IP Course Pre-requisites

Delegates should have:

  • Worked with a Microsoft Windows operating system, or with UNIX/Linux.
  • An appreciation of the OSI seven layer model.
  • An understanding of Ethernet and Layer 2 LAN switches.

Course 301: Understanding Telecoms, Datacoms, Mobile, Wireless and IP Networking, is recommended.

Lifetime Post-Course Support

After completing this TCP/IP training course, delegates receive lifetime post-training support from LEVER Technology Group, to help them apply the technologies and skills they have learned with us, to provide career-long support, and to ensure they are better equipped for their future roles in IT and networking.

TCP/IP Training Course Content

Review of data network principles

  • Review of the OSI 7-layer model
  • The role of LAN Repeaters, Bridging, LAN switches, Routers
  • Virtual LANs (VLANs)
  • Review of Ethernet networks
    • MAC layer operation
    • Ethernet frame formats

Introduction to TCP/IP

  • DoD architectural model
  • The Internet Protocol Suite
  • The role of IP, TCP, UDP, ICMP
  • Application layer protocols: Telnet, FTP, TFTP, HTTP, SMTP, POP3, DHCP, DNS
  • Testing and troubleshooting TCP/IP on Microsoft Windows
  • Using simple TCP/IP Services

IP Addressing

  • Address classes A, B, C, D, E
  • Multihomed systems
  • IP multicasting
  • Common Addressing problems

Subnet Addressing

  • What is an IP subnet?
  • Understanding subnet addressing
  • Assigning the subnet mask
  • Supernetting
  • CIDR
  • Troubleshooting problems with the subnet mask

IP Address Resolution

  • Overview of address resolution
  • Resolving local and remote addresses
  • The ARP protocol, ARP cache
  • The arp command
  • Common address resolution problems

Understanding IP in depth

  • IPv4 datagram format
  • TTL, Precendence, TOS
  • IP Fragmentation
  • IP options
  • The role of SLIP and PPP
  • Understanding ICMP messages

Network protocol analysis

  • Analysing the MAC layer: Ethernet_II, 802.3 / SNAP
  • Analysing IP, ARP, ICMP

Network routing

  • IP packet delivery
  • Routing principles
  • Routing tables
  • Route types, routing metrics
  • Inspecting routing tables
  • Troubleshooting routing problems

Overview of IP multicasting

  • Applications that use multicasting
  • Video conferencing, streaming multimedia, VoIP
  • How multicasting works
  • The role of IGMP

Understanding dynamic routing

  • How dynamic routing works
  • Distance-Vector routing protocols
  • Link-State routing protocols
  • RIP, OSPF, IGRP, EIGRP
  • Autonomous systems
  • The Internet backbone structure
  • Interior and Exterior protocols
  • The role of BGP

Understanding TCP and UDP in depth

  • TCP connections
  • Ports and sockets
  • TCP reliability
  • TCP segment format
  • TCP connection establishment, management, termination
  • TCP sliding window protocol
  • The role of UDP
  • UDP datagram format

Transport protocol analysis

  • Analysing TCP, UDP

Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol

  • DHCP Lease mechanism
  • DHCP scopes, DHCP options
  • Configuring DHCP clients
  • Configuring Windows and UNIX DHCP servers
  • Troubleshooting DHCP

NetBIOS Name Resolution

  • B-, P-, M- and H-node operation
  • The LMHOSTS file
  • Windows Internet Name Service
  • Configuring a WINS client
  • Testing WINS operation
  • Administrating WINS
  • Common name resolution problems

Host Name Resolution

  • TCP/IP naming schemes
  • Host name resolution
  • Configuring the DNS client
  • Configuring the HOSTS file
  • Windows 2000 Active DNS
  • Configuring the Microsoft DNS service
  • Testing DNS operation
  • Common problems

SNMP and RMON

  • Management systems, agents, MIBs
  • The Microsoft SNMP service
  • SNMP versions 2 and 3
  • RMON standards & facilities
  • Employing RMON
  • Configuring SNMP services

Troubleshooting TCP/IP

  • Review of diagnostic tools
  • ping parameters
  • arp commands
  • ipconfig, winipcfg
  • ifconfig
  • traceroute
  • netstat, nbtstat, nslookup
  • Third-part diagnostic tools
  • Adopting a structured troubleshooting methodology

Introduction to VoIP

  • Why consider VoIP?
  • Who uses VoIP?
  • VoIP components
  • Architectural overview
  • Real Time Protocol: RTP, RTCP
  • The need for IP Quality of Service:
    • IP QOS
    • Resource Reservation
    • Diffserv, DSCP, EF, AF
    • QOS and routing protocols

Introduction to IPv6

  • Why move to IPv6?
  • IPv6 standards
  • The IPv6 protocol
  • IPv6 header format
  • IPv6 option headers
  • IPv6 autoconfiguration
  • Duplicate Address Detection
  • Router discovery
  • IPv6 Security
  • Migrating to IPv6

Introduction to IP network security

  • How IP networks are vulnerable
  • Inherent weaknesses in TCP/IP protocols
  • Vulnerabilities in TCP/IP software stacks
  • Protocol filtering
  • Configuring IP filtering on Microsoft Windows
  • Understanding firewalls
  • VPNs
  • Intrusion alert and detection
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