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Seminar – Switching & Routing – Part I

 

Seminar – Switching & Routing – Part I

This seminar covers fully independent information about application, technical functionality and characteristics of repeaters, bridges, routers, switches and gateways.

 


Duration: 2 days

Date: No dates yet specified. Send us your inquiry! 
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WHY you should attend

  • Because you plan or operate heterogeneous networks
  • Because you want to increase your knowledge about active network components
  • Because you are selecting active network components for your LAN

 


Your PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE

Network knowledge as covered in seminar “Basics in Data Communications” is important.

 


CONTENT of the Seminar (Duration: 3 Days)

Introduction

Network Topologies – Cabling Areas – Transmission Media – Media Access Control – LAN Interworking – Active Network Elements (Hubs, Repeaters, Switches, Routers, Gateways)

Repeater

Tasks of Repeaters – Application – Functionality – Types of Repeaters – Configuration Rules for 10 / 100 / 1000 Mbps Ethernet Repeaters – Vendors (Examples)

Bridges

General Characteristics – Application – Advantages – General and specific Functions (e.g. MAC Layer Bridging, Learning and Filtering Algorithm, Protocol Transparency, Type Filtering, Type Priorization) – Spanning Tree Protocol (Characteristiks, Tasks) – Types of Bridges (Transparent, Translational, Encapsulating, Source Routing, Local / Remote Bridge)

Switches

Why Switching? – Shared vs. Switched LANs, Differencies to Bridge – Switch Technologies (Cut-through, Store and Forward, Frame, Packet, Cell, Port, L2, L3, L4, Application/Content Switches) – Virtual LANs (VLAN) (Functions, Selection Criteria) – WLAN Switches – Switch Selection Criteria – Vendors (Examples) – Project Example

Router

Introduction (General, Application, Advantages / Disadvantages, Routing Protocols, Routing, “Routeable”, “Not Routable”, Characteristics, Functions) – Routing Methods (Source, Hop-by-Hop, Default, Static, Dynamic Routing) – Routing Protocols (Basic Concept, Examples) – Router Selection Criteria – Vendors (Examples)

Gateways

Characteristics of Gateways – Gateway Types – Examples

Summary

 

Additional SEMINARS

Switching & Routing – Part II

TCP/IP Protocols – Details

 


COURSEWARE

Are you interested in seminar handouts? Check out our published book program.

 


Any QUESTIONS?

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