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This course covers industry oriented basics to the advanced concepts of Computer Networking. Composed by Industry Expert, this course teaches the essentials of Computer Networking which enables students to learn concepts and practical problems common in the industry. Having over 3 hours of content, this course will provide an overview of Networks.

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  1. Chapter 1

  2. Chapter 2

  3. Chapter 3

  4. Chapter 4

    • 4.1 - Advanced Networks and Technologies (Part 1)
    • 4.2 - Advanced Networks and Technologies (Part 2)
    • Quiz 4
  5. Chapter 5

    • 5.1 - Network Media, Connectors and Terminology (Part 1)
    • 5.2 - Network Media, Connectors and Terminology (Part 2)
    • Quiz 5
  6. Chapter 6

    • 6.1 - Networking Devices (Part 1)
    • 6.2 - Networking Devices (Part 2)
    • Quiz 6
  7. Chapter 7

    • 7.1 - DNS,DHCP and NAT (Part 1)
    • 7.2 - DNS,DHCP and NAT (Part 2)
    • 7.3 - DNS,DHCP and NAT
    • Quiz 7
  8. Chapter 8

    • 8.1 - Network Management Tools (Part 1)
    • 8.2 - Network Management Tools (Part 2)
    • Quiz 8
  9. Chapter 9

    • 9.1 - Project : Network Implementation (Part 1)
    • 9.2 - Project : Network Implementation
  • About this Training

    The course has three main elements which help the student immensely in learning the concepts of Computer Networking:
    i. Illustrations of nearly every concept in the course.
    ii. Live demonstration of network commands and others in a desktop computer
    iii. Interactive problem scenarios commonly encountered in desktop computer. offices where computer networks work. Also interesting quizzes to test the students concepts.

  • Project in this Training

    The project of the course deals with several network implementations and practical scenarios which will allow you to explore how network engineers approach implementation of networks.

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    You can ask all the questions in Clear your Doubts forum anytime, course experts will answer all your questions.

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    Receive an E-certificate from us once you complete the course. You can Download the Certificate from your Twenty19 account and also showcase it to your friends and family.

Why LAN?

asked by Sri VardhanaKorada

yes,LAN are not preferred for long distance,its used for using network in a building,home or school.

While WAN is used for wide area for network
Typically, a WAN consists of two or more local-area networks (LAN's). Computers connected to a wide-area network are often connected through public networks, such as the telephone system.

answered by VikasMishra, 25 days ago. [ 6 : 55 PM, 28th - Jul ]

waht is LAN?

asked by RITURAJ

LAN can be used in large areas by using proper connection media like OFC(Optical Fibre). Nowadays LAN can be extended with MPLS connectivity as well on Fibre backbone.

answered by , [ Sep, 2015 ]

Hi,
In LAN Usually, the server has applications and data storage that are shared in common by multiple computer users. A local area network may serve as few as two or three users (for example, in a home network) or as many as thousands of users (for example, in an FDDI network).

Major local area network technologies are:
Ethernet
Token Ring
FDDI (Fiber Distributed Data Interface)

Ethernet is by far the most commonly used LAN technology. A number of corporations use the Token Ring technology. FDDI is sometimes used as a backbone LAN interconnecting Ethernet or Token Ring LANs.
Another LAN technology, ARCNET, once the most commonly installed LAN technology, is still used in the industrial automation industry.

Typically, a suite of application programs can be kept on the LAN server. Users who need an application frequently can download it once and then run it from their local hard disk.

H

answered by VikasMishra, 2 months ago. [ 11th - Jul, 2017 ]

TAN network

asked by rahulreddy

TAN is a very small network in which users can share resources like printers, scanners and shared folders.

answered by , [ Dec, 2015 ]

Hi,
TAN is Short for tiny area network, a LAN with only a few nodes,they are typically installed in homes or small office environments so that the devices can share resources, such as modems, files or printers.

They are the same as LANs but smaller (2 to 3 machines).It consists of connecting more than one machine (in crossover for example) in a residence or network usually without commercial concept.
They are not very popular and hence not used widely.

answered by VikasMishra, 2 months ago. [ 11th - Jul, 2017 ]

pan network

asked by nitukumari

PAN usually involves your personal devices like PC, smartphones etc. It cant be used over large distances.

answered by Twenty19Expert Team, 5 months ago. [ 30th - Mar, 2017 ]

Hi,
As the definition of PAN depicts that it is Personal Area Network, the interconnection of information technology devices within the range of an individual person, typically within a range of 10 meters.

One such technology is Bluetooth, which was used as the basis for a new standard, IEEE 802.15.

answered by VikasMishra, 2 months ago. [ 11th - Jul, 2017 ]

5 Types of Network

asked by YeshwanthSiva

WLAN - Wireless Local Area Network.
MAN - Metropolitan Area Network.
SAN - Storage Area Network, System Area Network, Server Area Network, or sometimes Small Area Network.

answered by Twenty19Expert Team, 9 months ago. [ 30th - Nov, 2016 ]

WLAN is also the wifi

PAN- is Personal Area network these are all subsets of Geographical Regional networks

answered by Twenty19Expert Team, 9 months ago. [ 30th - Nov, 2016 ]

PAN: Personal Area Networks are used for communication among various devices, such as telephones, personal digital assistants, fax machines, and printers, that are located close to a single user.

TAN:Short for tiny area network, a LAN with only a few nodes. they are typically installed in homes or small office environments so that the devices can share resources, such as modems, files or printers.

answered by VikasMishra, 2 months ago. [ 11th - Jul, 2017 ]

if i want to study only application layer then from which chap i should start b???

asked by VijayRaj

The Application layer is explained in chapter 2.1

so, you should start almost from the first

answered by Twenty19Expert Team, 3 months ago. [ 23rd - May, 2017 ]

IP addressing

asked by vaibhavmehta

The network ID cannot begin with the number 127. The number 127 in a class A address is reserved for internal loopback functions.

The class A address 127.x.y.z is reserved for loopback testing and interprocess communication on the local computer.

answered by Twenty19Expert Team, 9 months ago. [ 9th - Dec, 2016 ]

LAN is to be used when distances between devices is small say in a office or in a multi storey office. When a network is used over a large area, it should be described as a WAN.

answered by , [ Sep, 2015 ]

then please check and rectify the answer as the system is showing answer where distance between devices is large but actually its distance between devices is small.

answered by LIONELCHRISTIE, 10 months ago. [ 17th - Oct, 2016 ]

What is PAN ?

asked by NehaUbale

PAN stands for Personal Area Network. PAN will mean a small private network made by an individual involving personal devices like PCs, laptops, mobile phones, printers etc.

answered by , [ Dec, 2015 ]

presentation ppt

asked by vardanbansal

Please write to Twenty19 for this.

answered by , [ Sep, 2015 ]

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