4.28 (14523 reviews)
☑ Identify network devices
☑ Describe the roles of a firewall
☑ Understand Cisco certificates
☑ Use ipconfig, ping and traceroute commands
☑ Check basic network connectivity
☑ Have enough knowledge to join more advanced training
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In this course you will learn elementary networking concepts in 60 minutes.
The course is a perfect starting point before going for other courses I prepared for you like General Networking, MTA in Networking or CCNA.
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Contents and Overview
In 60 minutes of content including more than 15 lectures, this course covers the basics of networking concepts for complete beginners. Enjoy free bonus videos covering additional topics!
Students completing the course will have the knowledge to join courses like General Networking, MTA Servers Fundamentals, MTA Networking Fundamentals, VPNs or CCNA. A lot of real world examples help you apply your skills and make difficult topics much easier to understand.
Networking for complete beginners
Why do we need a computer network?
A Quick Announcement
What is a router and a firewall?
Commands you need: ipconfig, ping and traceroute
Welcome to the world of Cisco!
Welcome to the world of Cisco - part 2
What is an IP address?
Introduction to subnetting
More about subnetting
How to start your career in IT
How to learn troubleshooting
Fix a home network - the Internet is down?
Identify wireless networks around you
Let's Block a Web Browser
Let's summarize the series
Overview of network devices
Bonus Lecture: Your next step!
NEW EDITION - Preview - LAN and WAN
NEW: Ethical Hacking
NEW! Cheat Sheets
What is a Virtual Private Network?
An interview with an IT Support Engineer
QUIZ - What do you know about the new IT technologies?
I like the format of the course, but I think certain sections (for example setting up ASA rules) are a bit advanced for an introductory course. There's a lot of other things that are more basic and fundamental, that could have been discussed instead, that would have been a better prep for CCSA training etc.
Didn't really discuss what exactly a firewall was just went over what it can do. Free is free however, So I'm grateful for learning on the course
Very good free introductuon to networking. I learned some new stuff and reminded myself some old I already knew.
It interest my new learning Networking and CCNA and good information networking and support and Hopefully might further jobs
The content is not so much deeper and the subtitle sometimes doesn't match with your audio. Could have been more valuable when you would have added more content on the configuration part. Despite this, the great effort has been made to make it interactive in lesser time.
It doesn't seem to fit the title. If it's for complete beginners why is IP address in lecture 8. Why does it say in the first lectures that he thinks you probably know what an IP address is already? Why is it talking about Cisco ASA routers and TCP/IP related commands before properly explaining what IP addressing is and why it's important? I think this is not a good course for complete beginners this seems like a course for people familiar with the material already. I will not be recommending this course. The presenter's accent is quite thick but, not a problem he appeared to enunciate quite well. I would either change the title or rearrange the content.
yes, thank u for teaching the basics of networking which i was actually looking for. It really helped alot to go for further courses
I was much impressed with the experience I gained that I never new before even though taking an IT course for two years now.
I did not feel the course was very effective at providing the basics. Although it did not veer very deep into any one area, it did not flow in a smooth discussion. It felt to be pieced together from other courses.
A decent course to get to know the fundamentals of Networking. Your updates are informative. Keep up the good work.
It's been good so far, I'm hoping all the pieces would come together eventually. Like he said in the introduction most beginners feel the need to get some basics before taking this course, I kind of see why but hoping it'll make more sense to me as I progress. Getting halfway its pretty much the same thing, a crash course indeed, I have basic knowledge with Kali Linux , that enabled me understand what was going on in Lec 21 but for someone with no prior knowledge, they'll definitely be lost.
NO. Instructions do not follow good approach to teaching the beginner network info. Talks about server and router almost from the start.
This course it's great for begginers! I really need it because most of courses need to have more experience on the field
I started taking the course and the narrator is extremely hard to understand and very monotone. Didn't even make it through the intro before i tried other lessons to see if they were any better. They weren't. I will not continue this course.
I liked the Ethical Hacker lecuter. I am unfamiliar with that kind of software and how it is deployed on most victims systems.