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Free online course Principles of Computer Networking

Principles of Computer Networking
Principles of Computer Networking

Free online course Principles of Computer Networking

A course that talks about the principles of networks, on which the basis of communication between computers in general is based, and this course is considered one of the basic requirements for all students of the Computer Department at the Technical Colleges in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, as it contains many information that is indispensable for those interested in this specialization in particular and those interested Computer in general.

 I will explain carefully about the divisions of network levels, but at a more professional stage regarding the physical components, it can be divided as follows

1- PC, Server, or Pocket. Printers, scanners, or other devices prepared for network connectivity are added to the network as needed. 2- Network Devices: They are used to route information from one place to another across the network, and among these devices: the network interface card, the central distributor, the switch, and the router.
3- Media: It connects the different network elements, and the media may be silica (copper wires or optical fibers) or wireless using the electromagnetic spectrum.
4- Programs: These include: • Network applications, such as e-mail programs, Internet browsers, and others. • Network operating systems, such as UNIX, Windows Server 2003. 5- Protocols: in general, a set of rules and procedures for organizing the transfer of information within the network.

Computer networking principles curriculum:

 Explore the network
What is the operating system in general
Network access
Physical layer protocols
Addressing IPv4 & IPv6
 Division of networks
Layer protocols

Classification of computer networks:

Connection device, cables and dividers. CABLING & HUBS, SWITCHES
Devices to be connected

Outputs of principles of computer networks

 Familiarity with the principles of computer network science
 Knowledge of the standard network model and the TCP / IP model
The ability to split networks