Building a Computer Network LiveLessons

Building a Computer Network LiveLessons
Building a Computer Network LiveLessons
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 44KHz 2ch | 7h 14m | 2.83 GB

Hands-on computer networking skills are highly prized in today’s job market. The Building a Computer Network LiveLessons video training course offers more than four hours of quick, hands-on, solutions-based instruction on installing and configuring modern networking devices, clients, and servers. Leading computer expert and trainer David L. Prowse brings together all the core knowledge you’ll need to build networks from the ground up.

Prowse’s eight well-organized lessons and 35 concise sublessons teach through live action demonstrations; video lab screencasts with specific objectives and lab diagrams; and screencasts with detailed explanations, tips, and guidance for verifying correct configurations.

Ideal for all aspiring and entry-level IT professionals, this course will also be an especially valuable complement for CompTIA Network+ and A+ certification preparation. If you’re ready to start or advance your networking career, the practical knowledge in Building a Computer Network LiveLessons will set you apart from your competitors.

Coverage includes

  • Planning and building networks
  • Building a network map with standard software tools
  • Exploring, installing, and configuring network hardware
  • Preparing and configuring a switch
  • Connecting and organizing cabling
  • Connecting computers, smartphones, tablets, and servers to your network
  • Setting up basic security
  • Installing Windows Server step by step, including Active Directory, DNS, and virtualization
  • Configuring Windows clients to access a Windows Server domain
  • Providing reliable and efficient backup/recovery services
  • Configuring network services for macOS, iOS, Android, Linux, and FreeBSD operating systems
  • Analyzing network traffic with WireShark
  • Monitoring networks with logs, baselines, and captures
  • Troubleshooting common problems
  • Learning key concepts for success with the CompTIA Network+ exam’s tough performance-based questions

Learn How To

  • Build a computer network from the ground up
  • Develop an efficient, reliable IP network scheme
  • Set up and configure a Small Office/Home Office router
  • Log in to a router, update its firmware, and establish security
  • Configure IP networks, wireless networks, and switches
  • Set up cabling and patch panels, and build patch cables
  • Install and configure Windows Server
  • Configure Active Directory to manage users and services
  • Prepare Hyper-V virtualization
  • Configure Windows 10
  • Configure Windows 7 as a virtual machine
  • Set up storage, including RAID NAS hardware and Windows Server storage
  • Configure reliable backup systems
  • Configure Mac, Linux, Android, and iOS devices
  • Analyze and document your network

Who Should Take This Course

For all aspiring and introductory-level PC, help desk, or network technicians, and other entry-level IT professionals, especially those currently studying for Network+ or A+ certification.

Table of Contents

01 Building a Computer Network – Introduction
02 Learning objectives
03 1.1 Planning the Network
04 1.2 Mapping the Network
05 1.3 The IP Network Scheme
06 Learning objectives
07 2.1 Physical Set Up of the Router
08 2.2 Logging in and Updating the Firmware
09 2.3 Configuring the IP Network Part I
10 2.4 Configuring the IP Network Part II
11 2.5 Configuring the Wireless Network
12 2.6 Securing the Router
13 Learning objectives
14 3.1 Configuring the Switch Part I
15 3.2 Configuring the Switch Part II
16 3.3 Patch Panel to RJ45 Jack Connections Part I
17 3.4 Patch Panel to RJ45 Jack Connections Part II
18 3.5 Building Patch Cables
19 Learning objectives
20 4.1 Installing Windows Server
21 4.2 Configuring Windows Server
22 4.3 Configuring Active Directory Part I
23 4.4 Configuring Active Directory Part II
24 4.5 Preparing Hyper-V
25 Learning objectives
26 5.1 Configuring Windows 10
27 5.2 Configuring Windows 7 as a Virtual Machine
28 Learning objectives
29 6.1 Setting up a RAID NAS Box Part I
30 6.2 Setting up a RAID NAS Box Part II
31 6.3 Configuring Storage on the Windows Server
32 6.4 Connecting to Storage from a Client
33 6.5 Configuring Backup Systems Part I
34 6.6 Configuring Backup Systems Part II
35 Learning objectives
36 7.1 Configuring the Mac
37 7.2 Configuring Linux
38 7.3 Configuring Android
39 7.4 Configuring iOS
40 Learning objectives
41 8.1 Mapping the Network
42 8.2 Basic Analysis of the Server & Network Part I
43 8.3 Basic Analysis of the Server & Network Part II
44 8.4 Final Documentation and Cleanup