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About the Course

IP Data Communication explores the fundamental principles, protocols, and technologies underlying modern data transmission over IP networks. The course delves into various aspects of IP-based communication, emphasizing the protocols, addressing, routing, and practical applications in data transfer.

  • Basic understanding of networking concepts and TCP/IP model
  • Familiarity with operating systems and basic command-line interface (CLI) usage
Learning Objective

By the end of this course, participants will gain a solid understanding of IP data communication principles, protocols, and technologies. They will possess practical skills in configuring, managing, and troubleshooting IP-based networks, preparing them to handle various aspects of IP data transmission in professional environments.

Course Content

Introduction to IP Networking: Understanding the basics of IP addressing, sub netting, and the OSI/TCP-IP model.

IP Protocol Suite: Exploring IP protocols (IPv4, IPv6), TCP, UDP, ICMP, and their roles in data communication.

Routing and Switching: Studying routing protocols (such as OSPF, BGP) and switching technologies (Ethernet, VLANs) in IP networks.

IP Security: Addressing security mechanisms (firewalls, VPNs, encryption) to secure IP-based data transmission.

Quality of Service (QoS): Analyzing QoS principles for optimizing data traffic and ensuring service quality.

Network Address Translation (NAT) and Port Forwarding: Understanding NAT and port forwarding concepts for managing IP addresses and facilitating connections.

IP-based Applications: Exploring applications utilizing IP communication, including VoIP, video streaming, and IoT.

Troubleshooting IP Networks: Techniques and tools for diagnosing and resolving common IP network issues.

IPv6 Transition Strategies: Understanding the migration from IPv4 to IPv6 and coexistence strategies.