Your Windows operating system can’t do very much without an IP address. In this video, you’ll learn how Windows assigns IP addresses to network interface adapters.
Which of these can you determine by pinging your default gateway?
This month; public-key cryptography, multiple gateways on a single host, packet filtering vs. stateful inspection, and understanding IP classes.
This month; using the Event Viewer, how to resolve Windows boot errors, choosing your default gateway, SATA technology, and choosing the exam version that’s right for you.
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.
A simple configuration mistake can create big communication problems. In this video, you’ll learn the symptoms of a subnet mask or gateway misconfiguration and how to quickly resolve the issue.
The configuration and management of routing tables can be handled dynamically or through static means. In this video, you’ll learn how to examine the routing tables of different network devices, and determine the data path based on existing routing tables.
The idea behind subnetting a network and the use of subnet masks isn’t an incredibly difficult concept, but the details surrounding network subnetting have changed a bit through the years. Subnetting is simply a way to design and interconnect groups of networks.
The TCP/IP protocol is the foundation of today’s network connectivity. In this video, you’ll learn about the TCP/IP settings and some of the loopback and automatic addressing functionality of the protocol.