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LinuxCBT IPv4 Edition

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LinuxCBT IPv4 Edition

LinuxCBT IPv4 Edition

Duration: 8 Hours | Focus: Internet Protocol Version 4 Implementation | 572 MB

Network – Visio Drawing – Topology Overview
– Explore classroom environment
– Discuss the protocols used
– Identify key infrastructure devices
– Explain network topology – Visio
– Discuss the IPv4 RFC-1918 Intranet & DMZ configuration

Open Systems Interconnect (OSI) & TCP/IP|DOD Networking Models
– Discuss the OSI model
– Identify key IP-related services at various layers of the OSI model
– Explain Protocol Data Unit (PDU) framing at various OSI levels
– Discuss the DOD model
– Correlate TCP/IP|DOD model to the OSI model
– Identify and discuss key IPv4 layers of both networking models

IPv4 Characteristics
– Discuss the history of IPv4
– Explain the flow of traffic in a typical IPv4 environment
– Explain IPv4 multiplexing
– Explore IPv4 packet structure
– Use WireShark to decode IPv4 packets

Address Resolution Protocol (ARP)
– Discuss the utility of ARP
– Discuss Layer-2 networking
– Generate ARP request/response pairs
– Examine ARP request/response pairs using WireShark
– Broadcast/Unicast discussion

IPv4 Packet Structure
– Generate and analyze typical IPv4 packets
– Discuss IP datagrams and packets
– Compare and contrast packets
– Discuss MTUs and fragmentation
– Generate standard and fragmented packets
– Explore packets using WireShark

IPv4 Address Space
– Explain bit range of IPv4 addresses
– Examine specific addresses and discuss
– Discuss networking rules related to IPv4
– Relate IPv4 addresses to classroom topology

Subnet Mask
– Examine common subnet mask configurations
– Explain the purpose of subnet masks
– Apply concepts to classroom topology

– Discuss benefits
– Explain subnetting rules
– Subnet classroom topology
– Subnet other common network prefixes

TCP Packet Structure
– Enumerate typical TCP header fields
– Explain TCP multiplexing
– Discuss sockets
– Explore TCP segmentation
– Generate TCP packets
– Analyze TCP packets using WireShark
– Compare and contrast TCP packets

UDP Packet Structure
– Discuss benefits of UDP
– Generate UDP traffic
– Explore typical UDP packet structure

ICMP Packet Structure
– Discuss benefits of ICMP
– Generate ICMP traffic using common tools
– Intercept and process ICMP traffic using WireShark
– Peruse ICMP packets
– Compare and contrast ICMP traffic

IPv4 Routing Headers
– Discuss router modifications to traffic
– Consider Layer-2 implications
– Generate routed traffic into DMZ
– Intercept with WireShark and explore modifications across routed interfaces
– Contrast routed packets to non-routed packets

Subnet Resize
– Discuss applicability and set the configuration scenario
– Shift hosts between subnets and attempt communications
– Discuss successes and failures
– Resize subnets to accommodate shifts in narrower scopes
– Examine communication results

Subnet Migration
– Discuss reasons for network renumbering
– Migrate from existing production subnet to a newly-numbered subnet
– Maintain dual subnet routing after migration for backwards compatibility
– Test subnet migration using before-and-after numbering schemes
– Evaluate results


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