Local Area Networks bitesize bundle - Part 2

Content
4 modules

Rating

Instructor
Jim Hallett

Price
£39.60

Description

Following on from LAN bundle 1, this bundle explores Virtual Local Area Networks (VLANs), why they’re needed, how they are set up and used, and how Quality of Service over Ethernet became a reality. We explain how the Domain Name Service (DNS) swaps web and email addresses into the correct IP addresses and also the principles behind providing Quality of Service. You’ll learn about delay, jitter and loss, presented in an easily digestible and jargon-free manner.

Lastly, we examine the development of the router; from a simple packet switch, to the highly intelligent device we have today and the fundamentals of a routing protocol, queuing and priority, and autonomous systems.

On completion of the four bitesize courses, you will be able to download and print a certificate to demonstrate your learning which is also worth 8 CPD (Continuing Professional Development) points.

Certificate

By completing/passing this course, you will attain the certificate Local Area Networks bitesize bundle - Part2

Learning Credits

CPD
8.0
1
What is a VLAN - Bite Size
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2
How Does DNS Really Work? - Bitesize
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3
Quality of Service in IP Networks
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4
The Role of Routers - Bite Size
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