Introduction to networking for complete beginners
Learn elementary networking concepts in less than 60 minutes. Great before going for General Networking, MTA or CCNA
Created by Marious Kuriata - IT Exam Practice, Network Engineer and Instructor
Students: 189444, Price: Free
You know nothing about networking? Not ready for MTA Servers / Networking, Comptia, VPN, General Networking courses?
The solution is simple: "Introduction to networking for complete beginners".
More than 80.000 students have joined this training! 5000+ reviews. Start today!
In this course you will learn elementary networking concepts in 60 minutes.
- Why do we need networks?
- Basic commands: ipconfig, ping, traceroute
- Introduction to the world of Cisco
- How to start troubleshooting a home network
- Wireless issues
- How to start a career in IT
- Bonus videos
The course is a perfect starting point before going for other courses I prepared for you like General Networking, MTA in Networking or CCNA.
It is free for a limited time only!
Complete beginners guide to networking concepts. Join today
Contents and Overview
In 60 minutes of content including more than 15 lectures, this course covers the basics of networking concepts for complete beginners. Enjoy free bonus videos covering additional topics!
Students completing the course will have the knowledge to join courses like General Networking, MTA Servers Fundamentals, MTA Networking Fundamentals, VPNs or CCNA. A lot of real world examples help you apply your skills and make difficult topics much easier to understand.
So You Want to be a Network Engineer?
Find out which IT certification is right for you with these sample lessons. From beginner to advanced.
Created by Paul Browning - Cisco Engineer and Internet Entrepreneur
Students: 99659, Price: Free
If you are looking to make a career change into IT or get ahead in your current IT role you need to get certified. But which career path is for you? Network support, desktop support, core router and switch support, voice networking, security engineer...the choice is overwhelming.
This series of taster lessons will let you dip your toes into a large number of courses to see which one you like the best. The courses take you from beginner level (A+ to up advanced with Cisco CCNP).
Cisco CCNA Network Fundamentals Final Chapters
This is a course to get started with Network Fundamentals. Come and learn, start from the very beginning
Created by Kiel Martin - CCIE #54443
Students: 43354, Price: Free
This is the last 2 course of the series Networking Fundamentals. Here we immediately go into the basics of Network types and LAN devices. Next we cover communication over the LAN.
You will learn about the basics of what a LAN is, what devices we will be using, and the ability to see LAN Networking in a different manner. We learn about CSMA/CD, Half & full Duplex, Collison & Broadcast Domains,how Mac address tables are created, and so on . You will learn where a router and a switch fits in the Network. You will also learn about what pins are used to transmit and receive.
It is a lot of fun, let's get started.
Networking Concepts for Beginners
Learn the building blocks of modern network design.
Created by CyberTraining 365 - Best Selling Instructors, 70,000+ Students
Students: 42575, Price: Free
This course is designed for anyone who wants an understanding of networking technologies. Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes when you upload a post on social media, send an email or have a skype call? This course is designed to give an overview of the networking concepts that make the internet run.
Learn the building blocks of modern network design.
This course will go over the following Networking Concepts:
- LANs - (LAN Protocols, Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, Gig Ethernet, WIFI, FDDI, ATM LANE)
- Network Topologies - Types of Networks Topologies, Bus Topology, Star Topology, Ring Topology, Mesh Topology, Tree Topology, Hybrid Topology
- WANs - WAN Protocols, X.25, Frame Relay, ISDN, DSL, Networks Devices, Hubs, Switches, Routers, and Network Interface Cards.
- Concepts of IP - Packets and Addresses, IP service Port, (IP) Internet Protocol, IPv4 - Address Classes, Class “A” Address, Class “B” Address, Class “C” Address, Class “D” Address, Class “E” Address, TCP (Transmission Control Protocol), Three most common TCP/IP protocols, HTTP, HTTPS, FTP (File Transfer Protocol), UDP (User Datagram Protocol), ICMP (Internet Control Message Protocol), and DNS (Domain Name System).
- TCP Dump, IP Behavior - TCP DUMP, Recognizing and Understanding, Recognizing and Understanding, The difference between IPv4 and IPv6, IPv4 Addresses Classes and Reserved Ranges, UDP Behavior, UDP and TCP, ICMP Behavior, and ICMP Doesn’t Have Ports.
- Routers, Routing Protocols - Router, Broadband Router, Wireless Router, Core Router, Routing, Static Routing, Dynamic Routing, Routing Protocol, Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (IGRP), Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP), and Access Control Protocols.
- Physical Security - Objectives of Physical Security, Physical Security Threats, Physical Security Controls, Physical Security Measures: Locks, Biometrics, Fire Prevention, and HVAC Considerations.
Build Your Own Super Computer with Raspberry Pis
Create a computer cluster using Raspberry Pi boards - everything from hardware, software, design and networks
Created by Ben Heidorn - Computer Science Graduate Student
Students: 32741, Price: Free
Have you ever wanted to build your own super computer? Do you want to write programs that can run simultaneously on as many computing nodes as you wish? Do you want to learn what it takes to combine the processing powers of two, four, eight or more Raspberry Pis and run simulations at a fraction of the time and cost of running on a mainframe or even a high-end desktop computer?
If you've answered yes to any of these questions, then this course is for you. In this step-by-step series of video lectures, you'll learn how to set up your own computer cluster using cheap, affordable computers - and it doesn't get any more affordable than the Raspberry Pi.
Whether you're a Raspberry Pi enthusiast, a scientific researcher in need of cheap, expandable processing power, a programmer looking to expand their horizons with multithreaded algorithms, or a student looking to learn more about using Linux to build computing clusters, then you'll find plenty of value in this class as you build your own Raspberry Pi super computer.
These lectures are specially tailored to the Raspberry Pi 2 B+ board using Raspbian (a distribution based on Debian), which is a good place to start if you're unfamiliar with the Linux command line or building computer networks. If you are comfortable with the various flavors of Linux, you can use this course as a guideline for what it takes to build your own cluster using a different distribution.
Lastly, this class is a "living course", which means as we receive feedback and requests for specialized tutorials or updates, we'll continually update and add more to improve the quality and content of the course.
Rockstar Network Foundations – Free Edition
All new course designed to kick start your career in Computer Networking.
Created by Chris Avants - Principal Instructor @ WiFi Training
Students: 7421, Price: Free
Rockstar Network Foundations is a new course from WiFi Training / Rockstar Training designed to kickstart your career in computer networking. The full course is over 15hrs of HD Video, this is the Free Edition and includes over 2hrs of HD Video from Module 1, and a extra video designed to help people learn IPv4 Subnetting in only 20 minutes. This program is vendor agnostic and lessons learned to apply to any vendor environment. The extra video was a fun work challenge when the team asked if I could make a video to teach people IPv4 subnetting in only 20minutes, the videos on IPv4 in the full courses is almost 2hrs of content.
Rockstar Network Foundations - Free Edition was designed so everyone could get essential skills in understanding the basics of computer networking in a vendor-agnostic way. This program will help anyone in IT understand the basics of communication, and if you enjoy the course the full version will help you kickstart your career in computer networking.
We are new to working with Udemy, and are testing the waters with our new original digital course offerings. We would love to hear your feedback and experience with the platform as we decide the best mediums to release our content.
If you enjoy this free module check out the full 15hr version, that has at WiFi Training and here on Udemy.
Computer Vision For iOS Developers Course
Learn how to train Object Detection and Semantic Segmentation models for mobile, and integrate them into your app.
Created by Alexey Korotkov - CEO at MakeML
Students: 5950, Price: Free
Welcome to Computer Vision for iOS developers Course.
In this course, you'll learn the basics needed to understand Object Detection and Semantic Segmentation, and by the end of the course, you'll be able to train models that you can use in your apps.
We will cover the next topics in this course:
1) What is Computer Vision
2) What is Object Detection and Semantic Segmentation
3) Tools for Creating Image Datasets and labeling them
4) Image Dataset Augmentation
5) Tools and Environments for training neural networks
6) Integration of CoreML and TFLite models into iOS apps
7) 2 projects that use Computer Vision in real-world applications
This course is made using https://makeml.app product.
Odoo 8 Installation for intermediate Server-Skills
Simple Odoo 8 (formerly OpenERP) installation on a local Server (Computer or Network in your Enterprise)
Created by Malte Helmhold - Online-Marketing und digitale Transformation
Students: 2938, Price: Free
In this course we will install Odoo 8 on a local machine (Host: Mac, Guest: Ubuntu 14.04 LTS). You can do that on Windows, Linux or Mac if you want. You just need Ubuntu 14.04 or a Operating System which can run Virtualbox (a free Virtualisation Software).
For all interested people in Odoo 8 this is a must have course to take. It's about a way in order to get odoo running on a local server. If you get this idea right, you can host Odoo on a local Server (let's say on your computer itself) or a server in your enterprise. Where this host will be is only limited to your infrastructure. The best thing is: you do not need to buy Odoo (SaaS) package and this installation is not limited to a specific amount of users or time range.
But we will not only install Odoo, we will install all the required software like:
- A virtualization software (VirtualBox) which is free
- The Linux Operating System Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (Long Term Support) which is also free.
Basics of Computer Network
Computer Network Basics
Created by Aniruddha Talole - Lecturer in Computer Department, K. K. W. Polytechnic Nashik
Students: 795, Price: Free
A group of two or ore computing devices connected via a form of communications technology.
For example- A business might use a computer network connected via cables or the Internet in order to gain access to a common server or to share programs, files and other information
Data communications (DC) is the process of using computing and communication technologies to transfer data from one place to another, and vice versa.
It enables the movement of electronic or digital data between two or more nodes, regardless of geographical location, technological medium or data contents.
Data communications refers to the transmission of this digital data between two or more computers and a computer network or data network is a telecommunications network that allows computers to exchange data.
Data communications are the exchange of data between two devices using one or multiple forms of transmission medium.
The devices are in need to be a part of a communication system made up of hardware and software
1. Understand Computer Network &identify benefits of Computer Networks.
2.Understand and describe Communication Media.
3.Compare different types of Topology & network devices.
By learning the course students will be able to:
1: Analyze the functioning of Data Communication & Computer Network.
2: Select relevant Transmission media & switching techniques as per need.
3: Configure various networking devices.
Quick Review of Computer Networks
Last Minute Preparation
Created by Priya Rakibe - Professor in Engineering College
Students: 157, Price: Free
"Quick Review of Computer Networks " This course will help students to revise concepts from computer networks in short period of time. This course is for the students who are preparing for viva or oral exams or the students who are preparing for recruitment process and where technical aptitude or technical interview is based on Computer networks or the students who are preparing for any entrance exam which includes the topics from computer networks in syllabus to have a quick review of important concepts from computer networks. Also this course will help for non-techies (as like food,cloth,shelter now internet becomes the basic need of humans and we have experienced it well in difficult time like Covid-19 pandemic )who wants know about important terms from computer networks quickly. As internet plays important role in everyone's life nowadays everyone should know the prescribed things. This course is for last minute preparation before exam or interview.
Course covers -Definition of Computer Networks Classification or basic types of Computer Networks Network by range, Network by components ,Network by structure PAN,LAN,MAN ,Client Server Networks, Peer to Peer Networks Network Topologies Bus Topology, Star Topology, Ring Topology, Mesh Topology, Point to Point Topology, Hybrid Topology, Network Devices
Hub, Switch, Router, Gateway, Bridge ,Modem ,Network Cables ,Twisted Pair Cable-Shielded, Unshielded Coaxial Cable Fibre Optical Cable, ISO-OSI (Open System Interconnect) Model Application Layer Presentation Layer Session Layer Transport Layer Network Layer Data link Layer Physical Layer