NETWORKINGNational Insurance Academy
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The increasing importance and usage of the Internet for commercial, educational, academic, governmental, and entertainment purposes imposes strong requirements in terms of low failure rate, high availability, sufficient quality etc. onto all Internet services, protocols and distributed application. This is true for maintaining existing services as well as for developing new services, protocols and applications. For both tasks it is important to understand how the networks, its protocols and applications can be monitored and analyzed. Typical goals for monitoring and analysis are: - control whether a requested service level is provided or not, being able to predict the performance of protocols under development, understand how complex protocols behave in the real world, etc. It is the goal of this programme to teach the different approaches for monitoring and analysis, like simulation, emulation, measurements etc. and how they are applied for particular problems.
At the end of the course, participants will have gained an in-depth understanding of centralized distributed network systems. The participant will able to design, analyse and fine tune centralized distributed network systems. They will not only be competent in understanding and advising on the companies' networking needs, but also be able to understand the implications of networking on the perceived performance of applications.
• Networking Concept
• Open Systems Interconnect (OSI)
• Routing and switching concepts covering both Layer2 and Layer3 technologies
• Switching Technologies
• TCP/Internet Protocol, DNS, DHCP
• IP Routing
• Managing Traffic with Access Lists
• Wide Area Networking Protocols and Employability skills
• Network Security
• Optimization of Network