MCSE

Duration: 44 Days (Normal Track) | 15 Weeks (Weekend Track)

Networking is the practice of connecting computer devices together to support communication among them.

Courses Detail

Fundamentals of Networking

Networking is the practice of connecting computer devices together to support communication among them.
Overview- Communication Protocols- Transmission Media- Networking Devices

IP Addressing

An IP address is a unique identifier of a computer on the network and on the Internet.
Overview- IPv4- Classes of IP address- Subnet Mask

Fundamentals of Routing

Routing is the act of moving data across an internetwork from a source to a destination.
Overview- Understanding the Routing Table- Types of Routing- Static Routing- Disadvantages of
Static Routing

Analysis of Network Traffic

When a host transmits data across a network to another device, data is encapsulated with several headers and trailers.
Overview- OSI Reference Model- Encapsulation- Decapsulation- Connection Oriented Protocol-
Connectionless Protocol

Packet Filtering

Packet filtering is a network security mechanism that works by controlling which data can flow to and from a network
Overview- Filters- Inbound Filter- Outbound Filter

Network Address Translation

Network address translation (NAT) allows a router to modify packets to allow for multiple devices to share a single public IP address
Overview- One to One NAT- Many to One NAT- Port Address Translation

Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol

It is a network protocol to automatically assign an IP address to a computer.
Overview- Static Configuration- Dynamic Configuration- Address Pool- Exclusions- Address- Lease- DHCP Relay Agent

Name Resolution

Name Resolution is the process of resolving a name to an IP address before the source host sends the initial IP packet.NetBIOS- Broadcast- LMHosts File- WINS Server- DNS- Hosts File- DNS Server- Zones- Records- Zone Transfer- Replication- Recursion- Forwarders

Active Directory

Active Directory is a directory service used on Microsoft Windows based Server to store information and data about networks and domains.
Installation- Centralized Authentication- File Permissions- Profiles- Trust Relationship- Sites & Services- Global Catalog- FSMO- Group Policy Objects- Backup & Recovery- Certificate Services

File & Print Services

File Server- Distributed File System- Shadow Copy- Disk quota- Backup & Restore- Print Services

Virtual Private Network

A virtual private network is a mechanism for providing secure communication over the Internet.
Overview- Cryptography- VPN Phases- IKE- IPSec- Encapsulating Security Payload- Authentication Header- Site to Site VPN- Site to client VPN- PPTP- L2TP

Network Access and Management

Network Access and Management / Application Services
Remote Access- Windows Software Update Services- Digital Rights Management- Web Services

Terminal Services

Remote Desktop Services is a new name for Terminal Services. Terminal Services enable users to access Windows-based programs that are installed on a terminal server or to access the full Windows desktop.
Terminal Services RemoteApp- Terminal Services Gateway- Terminal Services client connections- Terminal Services server options

Windows Deployment

Windows Deployment Services is the updated version of Remote Installation Services (RIS). Windows Deployment Services enables you to deploy Windows operating systems over the network
Deployment Server- Transport Server- Boot Images- Install Images- PXE Boot- Hyper-V

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