Commonly Used IP Network Protocols|Review the TCP/IP Stack in Detail|Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)|DHCP Lease Renewal / Refresh|Switch from Static IP to DHCP Assigned IP Address|DHCP Relay Agent|Introduction and Description of NAT|Introduction and Description of PAT|Introduction to DNS|DNS Name Space Syntax|What is a Domain Name System Server|How Internet DNS Names Are Resolved|Internal Name Resolution Process|Introduce Reverse Lookup|Introduce Client Side DNS Actions Using IPCONFIG|Introducing TELNET and FTP|TELNET|File Transfer Protocol|Summary
This course explains the intricacies of the TCP/IP protocol suite and the four layers of the TCP/IP stack: application, transport, Internet and links to network interfaces. It explains how dynamic host configuration protocol assigns IP and MAC addresses to client and addresses DHCP leases and renewals. The video discusses how to switch from a static IP address to a DHCP-assigned IP address and explains the DHCP relay agent. The training graphically depicts how Window’s Network Address Translation works and discusses Port Address Translation. Domain Name System, or DNS, is explained in detail, including name space syntax, domain name system servers and how DNS names are resolved, including the internal name resolution process, as well as reverse look-up service. It discusses when to use IPCONFIG to register a client’s DNS resource records. The training closes by explaining file transfer protocol and remote terminal emulation.