If you’re connecting a Windows computer to the network, it will certainly need an IP address. In this video, you’ll learn how to configuration your workstation for automatic IP addressing and how to set your IP address manually.
What primary function does DHCP provide?
Our SOHO routers include a myriad of settings, configuration options, and network selections. In this video, you’ll learn about options like MAC address filtering, wireless encryption options, port forwarding and port triggering, SSID, IP address management, DMZ ports, WPS, and quality of service configurations.
Today’s networks use complex protocols to resolve IP addresses, maintain user databases, transfer files, and manage infrastructure devices. In this video, you’ll learn about DHCP, DNS, LDAP and X.500, SNMP, SMB, SSH, and SFTP.
TCP and UDP are the primary transport protocols used in today’s modern networks. In this videos, you’ll get an operational overview of the TCP and UDP protocols, and you’ll learn the TCP and UDP ports that will be important to know for your CompTIA A+ exam.
If you’re configuring a network connection, then you’ll need to know the fundamentals of TCP/IP addressing. In this video, you’ll learn about the IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway, and you’ll learn how to configuration your system for automatic or manual network settings.
This month: Interview questions, cable categories, the DHCP process, and Network+ exam tips.
The DHCP process can provide your computer with much more than just an IP address. In this video, you’ll learn about DHCP options and how they can automatically configure many different aspects of your computer.
If you are using DHCP, then your IP address is only temporary. In this video, you’ll learn about the DHCP leasing process and how the DHCP timers work to keep your computer properly addressed.
When you’re configuring your DHCP server, you’ll probably need to define some DHCP scopes. In this video, you’ll learn about DHCP scopes and how they can be used to organize the configuration of your DHCP server.