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Basic Wired and Wireless Networking

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Date: Nov 19, 2018

Location: CEDIA Training Centre, St Neots

Overview: 

IP networking is arguably the most important topic in the home technology industry. This course provides an introduction to the Internet Protocol (IP) and it's place in residential networks. 

This course provides an introduction to the Internet Protocol (IP) and it's place in residential networks. 

Topics covered include:

  • Layers 1-3 of the 7 layer OSI Model and how they relate to networks
  • Applying the OSI model in network troubleshooting
  • Recognising and understanding basic network hardware
  • IP Addressing - using the right addresses for the right job
  • The difference between server, client and infrastructure devices
  • Star, bus and mesh networks
  • Common network terms such as IP address, MAC address, DHCP and DNS
  • Configuring a consumer router for LAN devices and WAN access
  • Setting up a basic Wi-Fi network with a single access point
  • Configuring host devices with dynamic, reserved dynamic and static IP addresses

Entry requirements:

There are no formal entry requirements to attend this course, however it is suitable for both beginners as well as those who are looking to formalise and increase their overall IP networking knowledge.

What's included:

  • Lunch and refreshments
  • All workbooks and course materials

Spaces Available: 15

Booking options:
(CEDIA members only)

Cost:214.80 GBP


Non-member Price

Cost:298.80 GBP

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