This course will aid in troubleshooting system and network-related outages. In this course, TCP/IP and Networking Fundamentals for Sysadmins, you will learn foundational knowledge needed to troubleshoot critical system outages. First, you will explore the 7 layers of OSI Model. Next, you will discover IP Addressing. After IP Addressing, you will learn how to Troubleshoot IP Address related issues. Finally, you'll learn about Ports. When you are finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of TCP/IP needed to troubleshoot critical system outages.
Aaron Staines is an accredited CCISO from the EC-Council. With over 10 years of experience specializing in government IT. Aaron is currently employed as a Network Engineer. Having worked the road as a certified Michigan Police Officer for over 10 years gives Aaron a unique perspective on designing and maintaining secure network environments.
Course Overview Hi everyone. My name is Aaron Staines, and welcome to my course, TCP/IP and Networking Fundamentals for Sysadmins. I'm a network engineer at the County of Barry. TCP/IP powers everything network in our lives, and without it, our critical and not so critical devices would fail. I mean, a world without Xbox Live? Come on. This course is designed to aid the system administrator in their understanding of the TCP/IP process. Some of the major topics that we'll cover include what a port actually is, how TCP is designed to function, why UDP is needed over TCP, and how to perform a quick scan with Nmap. By the end of this course, you'll have gained an understanding of how TCP/IP is designed to work. You'll also have a better understanding of how to troubleshoot TCP/IP related issues. Armed with an understanding that every system administrator should know, you'll be well adept to handle more complex issues that arise within your network. Before beginning this course though, you should be familiar with basic computer systems. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn TCP/IP with the TCP/IP and Networking Fundamentals for Sysadmins course, at Pluralsight.