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INE – Understanding Common Network Applications | 559.52 MB
A basic understanding of common network applications is critical to anyone pursuing a Cisco certification, or simply with a desire to work as a Network Administrator. This course is designed for those studying for their ICND1 (CCENT) exam who have little-to-no experience with common network applications. In this course you’ll learn:
-Overview of TCP and UDP operations and differences. -Details of DNS Operations -Defining Peer-to-Peer, Client-Server, Standalone, and Web-Based Applications -Overview of how email works including descriptions of SMTP, POP3 and IMAP differences. -How does Web browsing work and what are the differences between HTTP and HTML? -What is Telnet, why do we use it and how does it work?