Table of Contents

  1. Implement Basic Networks and Security
    1. Network Concepts
    2. Network Models
  2. The TCP/IP Model
    1. TCP/IP Model Visualised
    2. TCP/IP Model Layers
    3. TCP and IP
    4. IP(v4) The Rules
    5. UDP
    6. Packets vs Datagrams
    7. Activity 4.1
  3. The OSI Model
    1. Layers of the OSI Model
    2. OSI Model Explained
    3. Layer 7: Application
    4. Layer 6: Presentation
    5. Layer 5: Session
    6. Layer 4: Transport
    7. Layer 3: Network
    8. Layer 2: Data Link
    9. Layer 1: Physical
    10. OSI Model in a Human Context
    11. James Band and the OSI Model
    12. SAQ 4.1
  4. Network Topology
    1. Bus
    2. Ring
    3. Star
    4. Data Packets
    5. Domains
    6. Activity 4.2
    7. Servers
    8. Types of Network Server
    9. Cabling
    10. Cable Specifications
  5. Network Devices
    1. Repeater
    2. Hub
    3. Bridge
    4. Switch
    5. Router
    6. Gateway
    7. Network Interface Card (NIC)
    8. NIC Examined
  6. Addressing the Network
    1. Activity 4.3
    2. IP Addresses
    3. IPv4
    4. IPv6
    5. IPv4 Addresses
    6. IPv6 Addresses
  7. Network Services
    1. DHCP
    2. DNS
    3. WINS
  8. Configuring Network Clients
    1. Network Protocols
    2. Configuring TCP/IP
    3. ANDIng
    4. Why DHCP?
    5. Other TCP/IP Services
    6. Activity 4.4
  9. Protocols and Terminologies
    1. Internet Email
    2. ISP Services
    3. Other Internet Services
    4. Activity 4.5
    5. Activity 4.6
  10. Connectivity Technologies
    1. Dial-up
    2. ISDN
    3. DSL
    4. Cable
    5. Satellite
    6. Wireless
    7. Activity 4.7
    8. Configuring Internet Explorer
    9. Activity 4.8
    10. Activity 4.9
  11. Security
    1. Firewall Protection
    2. Activity 4.10
    3. Browser Security
    4. Activity 4.11
    5. Security Threats
    6. Activity 4.12
    7. Activity 4.13
    8. Security Measures
    9. Summary of this Section