Basic computer networking tutorial lessons, computer networking course, and computer networking concepts online Lesson 01 - Introduction to Computer Networking Lesson 02 - Responsibilities of a network engineer Lesson 03 - What is a Computer Network? Lesson 04 - Why we need computer networks? Lesson 05 - Different types devices used to create a computer network Lesson 06 - Client Operating Systems and Network Operating Systems (NOS) Lesson 07 - Common Network Application Software Lesson 08 - Local Area Networks (LAN) and Wide Area Networks (WAN) Lesson 09 - Campus Area Networks (CAN) and Metropolitan Area Network (MAN) Lesson 10 - Logical Classification of Computer Networks - Peer to Peer Networks and Client/Server Networks Lesson 11 - Logical Classification of Computer Networks - Centralized and Distributed Computer Network Models Lesson 12 - Internetworks, Internet, Intranet and Extranet Lesson 13 - What is a Network Protocol Lesson 14 - Difference between Proprietary and Standard Protocols Lesson 15 - What are RFCs (Request for Comments) Lesson 16 - Organizations which control Internet, Network Protocols and Standards Lesson 17 - Network Topologies - Bus Topology Lesson 18 - Network Topologies - Star Topology Lesson 19 - Network Topologies - Mesh, Ring and Hybrid Topologies Lesson 20 - Network Infrastructure Devices and Icons Lesson 21 - Network Infrastructure Devices - What is a Hub? Lesson 22 - Network Infrastructure Devices - What are Bridges and Switches? Lesson 23 - Network Infrastructure Devices - What is a Router? Lesson 24 - Network Infrastructure devices - What is a Firewall Lesson 25 - Main office (Head Office) and Branch Office Networks Lesson 26 - Site-to-Site Network Topologies - Hub and Spoke Toplogy Lesson 27 - Site-to-Site Network Topologies - Partial-Mesh Toplogy Lesson 28 - Site-to-Site Network Topologies - Full Mesh Topology Lesson 29 - What is NIC (Network Interface Card) Lesson 30 - Common Network Cable types Lesson 31 - Differences between STP and UTP twisted pair cables Lesson 32 - Twisted pair cable bandwidth and frequency range Lesson 33 - Different types of shields used in STP (shielded twisted pair cable) Lesson 34 - Advantages and disadvantages of Fiber optic cable Lesson 35 - TIA/EIA 568A and TIA/EIA-568B standards Lesson 36 - Straight-Through and Cross-Over cables Lesson 37 - Difference between Baseband and Broadband Lesson 38 - Network Access Methods - CSMA/CD, CSMA/CA and Token Passing Lesson 39 - IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) Lesson 40 - IEEE 802 Standards Lesson 41 - LAN Technologies - Ethernet Lesson 42 - Ethernet Media Standards Lesson 43 - 100Base-TX Ethernet Media Standard Lesson 44 - 100Base-FX Ethernet Media Standard Lesson 45 - 4D-PAM5 encoding in Gigabit Ethernet Lesson 46 - 1000Base-T Ethernet Media Standard Lesson 47 - 1000Base-SX Ethernet Media Standard Lesson 48 - 1000Base-LX Ethernet Media Standard Lesson 49 - 10GBase-T 10 Gigabit Ethernet Media Standard Lesson 50 - 10GBase-SR 10 Gigabit Optical Fiber Ethernet Media Standard Lesson 51 - Meaning of 10/100/1000 Ethernet Lesson 52 - Twisted pair Cable categories for 1 Gigbit and 10 Gigabit networks Lesson 53 - Broadband over Power Line (IEEE 1901-2010 standard) Lesson 54 - What is Power over Ethernet (PoE) Lesson 55 - What is PoE (Power over Ethernet) Switch Lesson 56 - LAN Technologies - Token Ring Lesson 57 - LAN Technologies - Fibre Distributed Data Interface (FDDI) Lesson 58 - IEEE 802 Standards Do you have any suggestions? Please let us know! Feedback × Name: E-mail Message: Close Like us on Share on Introduction to Networking >> Related Tutorials • Why we need computer networks? • Network Topologies - Bus Topology • Network Topologies - Star Topology • Why we need computer networks?