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.
SOHO wireless routers may be the most common network devices in the world, so it’s important that you understand some of the more detailed configuration settings. In this video, you’ll learn about wireless channels, encryption, NAT, port forwarding, port triggering, IP addressing, DMZ ports, QoS, and more.
Which of these command would you use to view a computer’s complete IP address configuration in Windows?
A switch can be configured with many different settings. In this video, you’ll learn about interface configurations, VLANs, trunked interfaces, link aggregation, and port mirroring.
Having a well-documented design and internal processes can greatly simplify the management of the network. In this video, you’ll learn about logical network maps, physical network maps, asset management, IP address documentation, and the importance of documenting internal operating procedures.
What kind of IP address is 127.0.0.1?
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 Domain Name System can be configured to resolve IP addresses, even when the IP address changes. In this video, you’ll learn about both dynamic DNS updating and about dynamic DNS services.
A DNS server uses many different records to keep all of our IP addresses properly resolved. In this video, you’ll learn about the most important records in your DNS server.
The Domain Name System is part of the Internet that we often take for granted. In this video, you’ll learn how the DNS system takes a fully qualified domain name and converts it to an IP address.