Join Mike Meyers for an in-depth discussion in this video Web servers, part of CompTIA Network+ (N10-006) Cert Prep: 4 Making TCP/IP Work.
- I needed a little change of venue.…And the reason is is because,…if you've been following along in these episodes,…you need to appreciate that we're about to enter…kind of a brave, new world here.…We've spent all of the previous episodes…working very, very hard to understand…how data gets from one application to another.…We've worked on cabling, and ethernet, and IP,…and all of these, transport layer, trying to understand…the entire process of what moves data…from an application in one computer…to an application in the other computer.…
So we're gonna be spending the next few episodes…getting deep and dirty in the world of applications.…CompTIA on the Network+,…once you really understand things like…HTTP, or FTP, email, and that's important,…and I agree, because these are where…a lot of the problems run into,…where we as network techs have to get in there…with our screwdrivers, figuratively or literally,…and make the fixes.…So let's go ahead and get started…with probably the granddaddy of 'em all, HTTP.…HTTP stands for Hypertext Transfer Protocol,…
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1. TCP/IP Applications
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