Subnetting with (almost) zero math. In seven seconds or less! This is the subnetting procedure I use when taking a certification exam. If you’re looking for a way to subnet that is fast, accurate, and simple, this is for you. I highly recommend that you understand the math behind the subnetting process before watching this …
CompTIA Network+ N10-006
The knowledge of our application ports and protocols is important for network security and management. In this video, you’ll learn about the popular application ports and protocols on your network.
Network management and security requires a knowledge of TCP and UDP ports. In this video, you’ll learn about some of the most popular TCP and UDP protocols and their corresponding port numbers.
There will always be changes to the network, and the management of these changes is critical. In this video, you’ll learn about the change management process.
It can be difficult to find the correct data run or server if you don’t have a good documentation strategy. In this video, you’ll learn about labeling cables, systems, circuits, and patch panels.
A data center can contain many different rack types and configurations. In this video, you’ll learn about two-post racks, four-post racks, server rails, temperature and airflow, rack monitoring, and security.
An organized data center will include extensive cable and power management features. In this video, you’ll learn about path panels, cable trays, power redundancy, power converters, and uninterruptible power supplies.
Your main and intermediate distribution frames are the foundation of your network. In this video, you’ll learn how these distribution frames are structured and what resources are commonly found in an MDF and IDF.
You should always have a well documented set of emergency procedures. In this video, you’ll learn about building layouts, fail open and fail closed doorways, and emergency alert systems.
Electrostatic discharge can quickly damage your electronics. In this video, you’ll learn how to control ESD, using anti-static wrist straps, anti-static pads, and anti-static bags.