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TCP/IP

12 Month Subscription - $70
Live Mentor +$30

Summary:
This series introduces TCP/IP concepts and is designed to help users prepare for the MCSE Exam 70-59. An overview of using TCP/IP with several different operating systems is provided, including a discussion of the OSI reference model, networking, and TCP/IP models. A detailed explanation of the TCP/IP Application layer and how data is processed is also provided, including discussion of data delivery and routing. The installation, configuration, and management of Microsoft TCP/IP, IIS, and other network services is explored, along with printing services and DHCP. NetBIOS name resolution methods are examined, as well as the DNS Server. Advanced topics covered in this series include managing DNS and TCP/IP, file transfer, interactive and printing utilities, Network Monitor, SNMP, Performance Monitor, RAS hardware, PPTP, and various troubleshooting strategies.

Certification:
MCSE Exam 70-059

Audience:
This series is for anyone preparing for the MCSE Exam 70-59 or anyone who wants an introduction to TCP/IP concepts.

Features:
●  Simulations that allow users to practice course skills, even if they don't have access to the application
●  A glossary

Topics included in this course:
TCP/IP : Introduction to TCP/IP Concepts
TCP/IP : Data Delivery and Routing
TCP/IP : Microsoft TCP/IP and IIS
TCP/IP : Printing Services and DHCP
TCP/IP : Name Resolution and WINS
TCP/IP : Introduction to DNS Server
TCP/IP : Managing DNS and TCP/IP
TCP/IP : Utilities for Monitoring TCP/IP
TCP/IP : Performance Monitor and RAS
TCP/IP : PPTP and Troubleshooting

TCP/IP : Introduction to TCP/IP Concepts
Summary:
This course provides an overview of the use of TCP/IP with several different operating systems. The relationships between the OSI reference, Microsoft networking, and TCP/IP models are discussed. This leads into a detailed explanation of the TCP/IP Application layer and how data is processed.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Identify relationships between the OSI reference, Microsoft networking, and TCP/IP network models
Describe the impact of the Internet and TCP/IP on global communications
Convert IP addresses into binary numbers and vice versa
Identify processes in the Application layer of the TCP/IP network model
TCP/IP Overview
Using TCP/IP and IP Addresses
Introduction to Microsoft Networking
The TCP/IP Model
The TCP/IP Application Layer

Topics:
TCP/IP Overview
Using TCP/IP and IP Addresses
Introduction to Microsoft Networking
The TCP/IP Model
The TCP/IP Application Layer
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TCP/IP : Data Delivery and Routing
Summary:
This course provides an overview of the processes involved in routing and delivering data through the TCP/IP Transport and Internet layers.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Identify and describe the elements of a header
Explain the processes occurring in the Transport layer
Explain the processes occurring in the Internet layer
Describe the elements in an IP Datagram
Describe and demonstrate the subnetting and supernetting processes
Explain the differences between static and dynamic routing

Topics:
The Transport Layer
The Internet Layer
IP Datagrams
What is Subnetting
What is Routing
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TCP/IP : Microsoft TCP/IP and IIS
Summary:
This course provides instruction on the installation, configuration, and management of Microsoft TCP/IP, the Internet Information Server (IIS), and other network services.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Install Microsoft TCP/IP
Configure Microsoft TCP/IP to support multiple network adapters
Test TCP/IP configuration using ping and ipconfig
Install and manage Internet Information Server (IIS)
Set up and configure HTTP server, FTP services, and Gopher services
Plan, set up, and configure virtual servers and directories

Topics:
Microsoft TCP/IP Services
Testing the TCP/IP Configuration
Internet Information Server
Configuring the HTTP Server (WWW Server)
Advanced WWW, FTP and Gopher
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TCP/IP : Printing Services and DHCP
Summary:
This course provides instruction on the installation, configuration, and management of printing services and the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP).

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Install and use a printer with Windows NT and TCP/IP services
Install the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
Use, view, and modify active leases
Manage leases, multiple DHCP servers, and the DHCP database
Configure and manage DHCP in the registry
Install and configure the DHCP Relay Agent

Topics:
Printing with Windows NT
TCP/IP Printing Services
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
Leases
Managing Leases and DHCP Servers
Configuring DHCP
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TCP/IP : Name Resolution and WINS
Summary:
This course provides a detailed description of the NetBIOS Name Resolution methods. Additionally, it provides instruction on the installation, configuration, and management of Windows Internet Name Services (WINS) servers and clients.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Describe and use the NetBIOS name resolution methods
Set the order of NetBIOS name resolution
Install and configure WINS servers and clients
Add WINS servers to WINS Manager and monitor WINS
Configure and manage WINS servers
Replicate the WINS Database

Topics:
NetBIOS Name Cache, LMHOSTS, and Broadcast
NetBIOS Name Server, HOSTS, and DNS Server
Order of NetBIOS Name Resolution
Introduction to WINS
Installing WINS Server and Clients
Introduction to WINS Server Manager
Configuring WINS Servers
Managing WINS Servers
Scavenging and Replicating the WINS Database
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TCP/IP : Introduction to DNS Server
Summary:
This course provides an overview of the Microsoft Browser Services and the Domain Name System (DNS). It shows users how to configure the Microsoft DNS Server and use database files.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Describe the Microsoft Browser Services
Browse multiple subnets
Explain the Microsoft Domain Name System (DNS)
Demonstrate name resolution with the Browser Services and DNS
Configure the Microsoft DNS Server

Topics:
The Browsing Process
Browsing Multiple Subnets
Domain Name System
Internet Domain Space
DNS Name Resolution
Configuring Microsoft DNS Server
Database Files
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TCP/IP : Managing DNS and TCP/IP
Summary:
This course shows a user how to manage and operate the Microsoft Domain Name System (DNS) Server and multiple resources. It provides instruction on which utility to use to connect to TCP/IP-based UNIX host for file transfer, interactive, and printing utilities.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Initialize the DNS Server
Configure DNS Server roles
Manage the DNS Server and integrate DNS with other name servers
Identify which utility to use to connect to a TCP/IP-based UNIX host

Topics:
Initiating the DNS Server
Configuring DNS Server
Managing Multiple DNS Servers
Operating DNS Server
File Transfer Utilities
Interactive and Printing Utilities
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TCP/IP : Utilities for Monitoring TCP/IP
Summary:
This course shows an administrator how and when to use the various troubleshooting utilities, Network Monitor, and the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP).

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Diagnose and resolve name resolution problems
Use Network Monitor to capture and examine network data
Identify the appropriate tool or utility to monitor network traffic
Configure the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)

Topics:
Troubleshooting Utilities
More Troubleshooting Utilities
Network Monitor: Installing
Network Monitor: Capturing Frames
Network Monitor: Capture Filters
Network Monitor: Examining Data
SNMP
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TCP/IP : Performance Monitor and RAS
Summary:
This course shows an administrator how to use Performance Monitor and how to configure the Remote Access Service (RAS).

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Identify the appropriate tool to monitor network traffic
Identify and use the appropriate Performance Monitor counter for troubleshooting
Install the Remote Access Service (RAS) hardware
Configure a RAS server and dial-up networking for use on a TCP/IP network

Topics:
Performance Monitor
Using RAS
Dial-up Networking
Using Dial-up Networking
RAS as a Router and Server
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TCP/IP : PPTP and Troubleshooting
Summary:
This course shows an administrator how to configure Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP), identify and troubleshoot TCP/IP connectivity and service problems, as well as designing a TCP/IP intranetwork.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Configure Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP)
Diagnose and resolve IP addressing problems
Diagnose and resolve name resolution problems
Identify the appropriate tool or utility to monitor network traffic
Plan and select the appropriate services to install when using Microsoft TCP/IP on a Windows NT Server computer

Topics:
Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP)
Identifying a TCP/IP Problem
Troubleshooting Tools and Utilities
TCP/IP Connectivity and Service Problems
TCP/IP Troubleshooting Scenarios
Planning a TCP/IP Intranetwork
Selecting Services for a TCP/IP Intranetwork
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12 Month Subscription - $70
Live Mentor +$30