Join Mike Meyers for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of CompTIA Network+ (N10-006) Cert Prep: 4 Making TCP/IP Work.
- I hope you had half as much fun watching this course…as I did making it.…The reason I like making TCP/IP work…is it really starts to put stuff together.…We now really understand what an application is.…We understand what a port number is,…and how important that is to making communication work.…But more than that, we picked on two other areas…that are important to people.…Number one, DNS, so we now understand…why you can type in www.google.com…and actually get an IP address,…it works beautifully and hopefully you know…what a fully qualified domain name is, as well.…
And then last we threw in securing our networks.…I know it's part and parcel of making TCP/IP work,…but I think it fits well here,…and I hope you enjoyed it, too.…So, I think it's time for you to move on to the next course.…Might need to check out lynda.com's Advanced IP Networking.…
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Skill Level Intermediate
Q: This course was updated on 06/20/2017. What changed?
A: New videos were added that cover Windows name resolution and the net command.
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