Learn all about IP addressing, which is necessary for connectivity in a Windows Server 2019 enterprise network infrastructure.
- [Ed] Networking computers and allowing them to communicate with one another, has been a major part of enterprise computing for a number of decades now, and continues to be an absolute necessity today. TCP/IP and IP addressing are a major part of the function of computer networking and are also required for internet connectivity. We're going to take a look at IP addressing where you'll learn about what actually makes up an IP address and how it provides connectivity between networks and the internet. We're going to see how binary numbers work and be managed efficiently. My name is Ed Liberman and I've been teaching people about Windows networking since the 1990s. So please join me in my LinkedIn learning course on IP addressing and Windows Server 2019.
- Rules of IP addressing
- Private vs. public IP addressing
- How binary numbers work
- Subnetting your networks
- Planning an IP addressing scheme
- Configuring an IPv4 host
- Troubleshooting networking issues