The Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) is the cornerstone of internet addressing and routing. It’s important to understand IP addressing schemes and to see how TCP and IP work together to make the internet work.
have heard the term IP address. … So, I'd like to start off by showing you … what would be a typical IP address … you might see on a computer today. … So here's 192.168.5.10 … Does that look familiar to you? … These four digits separated by three dots? … What we're looking at are the addresses … But to really understand how all this started, … we got to go way back in time, … back in a time when we wanted big networks … but we didn't have one yet. … And what we're going to start with … is here in the United States. … Here's a map of the Continental United States. … So, there's Maine and Florida. … So, if we've got, you know what, wait a minute, … we're going to do this live. … Forget about it. … Okay. … Let's do this with me in front of you … 'cause I love talking about this stuff. … So, here's our map of the United States. … (sings) … I'm from Texas. … (sings) … There's Florida. … All right, so, here's a map of the United States. … Now, all around the United States … are military installations. …
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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