Windows Server 2003: Implementing, Managing, and Maintaining TCP/IP

This course is included in our On-demand training solution.

Overview

To demonstrate how to implement, manage, and maintain TCP/IP

Target Audience

Managers, IT consultants, analysts, network administrators, and support professionals tasked with managing a Windows 2003 network infrastructure; students preparing for certification in Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator (MCSA) and Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) programs

Prerequisites

CompTIA A+ certification or equivalent knowledge and skills; Network+ certification or equivalent knowledge and skills; a good working knowledge of TCP/IP, Internet technologies, internetworking, computer hardware components, and networking concepts

Expected Duration

140 min.

Course Objectives

Windows Server 2003: Implementing, Managing, and Maintaining TCP/IP

  • compare IP addresses to determine whether computers are on the same network.
  • calculate, at IP address level, how a subnet, supernet, or variable-length subnet mask (VLSM) may be implemented on a network.
  • implement the most appropriate IP configuration for a computer in a given scenario.
  • configure two computers with the most typically appropriate TCP/IP settings.
  • use the appropriate utilities to troubleshoot TCP/IP configuration and network connections.
  • use the appropriate commands to test TCP/IP configuration and connectivity.
  • analyze TCP/IP configuration and connections in a given scenario.
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