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Grandmetric LLC
Brookfield Place Office
200 Vesey Street
New York, NY 10281
EIN: 98-1615498
Phone: +1 302 691 94 10

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ul. Metalowa 5, 60-118 Poznań, Poland
NIP 7792433527
+48 61 271 04 43

Introduction to Network and Wireless

Introduction to Network and Wireless


About this course

This bundle includes two trainings. The first one introduces the basics of the IP Network & Wireless fundamentals including the overall data transmission over the Internet, routing, switching and radio transmission, explained by analogies. You will smoothly jump into the IP world and also you will have fun by listening to our two instructors, Marcin and Mateusz.

These sessions also will show you the path to our more elaborative discussions that you can find on our other courses. If you’ve never been to IP world, we recommended you to watch this one before going deeper through others. At the end of each video you will find quizzes to check your understanding of the discussed topics.

The second course is the foundation of IP networks. Whoever you are, an entry-level IT specialist willing to improve your network skills or you want to change your job but you do not have the experience in IT, this course is definitely for you. By simple analogies you will be taken by hand through the network technology going deeper and having opportunity to learn the key aspects of IP networks in an easy way.

Video courses are prepared by enthusiasts who have strong experience in maintaining, designing and implementing enterprise networks of different scales. Author of this course, Marcin Bialy is also certified Cisco Systems Instructor CCSI#35269 and has many industry certificates.

The Introduction to data transmission video track is divided to sessions starting from the easiest. First, we are going through the IP world. There you will learn the basics terms, how data flows between devices, what is the smallest portion of information and how this information is organized while sending across the network. Then you will get familiarized with bits, frames and packets as a data structure. After that we will qualify those bits, frames and packets to communication model. Then you will find out about connections, cabling, medium types and how we use them in real networks. The 5th session will explain the IP addressing, subnetting and how to plan this at the beginning of the network project. The last session will explain the DNS, DHCP, NTP, ARP network services and many more. Join to become a true network engineer!