IP addresses come in two forms: public addresses, which are assigned by a central network authority and may be used to reach systems located across the Internet and private addresses, which are available for anyone’s use but may only be used on local networks and will not work across the Internet. Learn the differences between public and private IP addresses and the use of Network Address Translation (NAT).
- [Instructor] As we've discussed throughout this course,…IP addresses uniquely identify systems on a network.…TCP/IP-compatible devices use these addresses…to correctly route packets across networks,…but how are these addresses assigned?…IP addresses come in two forms, public addresses,…which are assigned by a central network authority…and may be used to reach systems…located across the Internet,…and private addresses,…which are available for anyone's use,…but may only be used on local networks…and will not work across the Internet.…
Let's begin by discussing public IP addresses.…These addresses are centrally managed by a group known as…the Internet Corporation for…Assigned Names and Numbers, or ICANN.…ICANN breaks addresses up into blocks,…and gives them out to regional authorities…in different countries for distribution.…These regional authorities each take responsibility…for a geographic portion of the world.…For example, the American Registry for Internet Numbers,…or ARIN, governs the distribution of IP addresses…
Learn about communication and networking best practices, including TCP/IP networking, network security devices, and secure network design and management. Instructor and cybersecurity expert Mike Chapple also includes coverage of converged protocols, network encryption, and wireless networking. You can find Mike's companion study books for this series at the Sybex test prep site and review the complete CISSP Body of Knowledge at https://www.isc2.org/cissp-domains/default.aspx.
- IP addressing
- Switches and routers
- Content distribution networks
- Designing secure networks
- Specialized networking
- Managing secure networks
- Working with virtualized networks like SDNs
- Detecting and preventing network attaches
- Transport encryption
- Wireless networking
- Host security
Skill Level Advanced
CISSP Cert Prep: 2 Asset Security (2015)with Mike Chapple58m 11s Advanced
1. TCP/IP Networking
2. Network Security Devices
3. Designing Secure Networks
4. Specialized Networking
5. Secure Network Management
6. Virtualized Networks
Port isolation1m 47s
7. Network Attacks
8. Transport Encryption
9. Wireless Networking
10. Host Security
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