The standard wireless access point (WAP) doesn’t just work out of the box. It’s important to understand how to perform a basic setup for a WAP to make sure it operates properly in your network.
I mean, people want their thermostats, … and their phones, and their dog collars … all to have IP addresses, and folks, … we have just plain run out. … What we're doing now is we're coming up … with a new generation of IP called IPv6. … So here's an example of an IPv4 address, … six or seven IP addresses with this new scheme. … IPv6 is absolutely amazing, it is easier to use, … it's convenient, odds are good you're probably … already using it now, now the trick is, … is just to learn about it. … In fact, I just recently talked about this … for my popular Network+ course, … so you know what, why repeat? … Let's listen to me talking about IPv6, this is for Network+ … but it works perfectly for us at A+ as well. … If you want to understand IPv6, we've got to start … at the beginning, and that is dealing with IPv6 addresses. … So in this episode, all we're going to be doing, … is understanding the actual IPv6 address structure, … what it looks like, and some tricks … we can do to manipulate it. …
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- How TCP and IP work together
- Special IP addresses
- Port numbers
- Working with DNS
- Basic and advanced router configuration
- Troubleshooting networks
- Connecting to a Wi-Fi network
- Repairing wireless connections