THE N10-005 EXAM HAS BEEN RETIRED. See the latest Network+ videos at http://www.FreeNetworkPlus.com Our packets are flying around the network at great rates of speed, but do all of those devices know how to talk to each other? In this video, you'll learn about the fundamental methods that the devices on your network use to communicate.
THE N10-005 EXAM HAS BEEN RETIRED. See the latest Network+ videos at http://www.FreeNetworkPlus.com Is it possible to automatically configure TCP/IP without ha
In this first video in the series for the CLN, Anthony Sequeira covers the purpose of multicast in modern networks. He also butchers a popular song from the 198
This quick mini-lecture is on the different types of transmissions or packets that an IPv4 network can send.
3D animation of The Open Systems Interconnection Model in Computer Networking. Narration's a little edgy, was reciting it in front of a crowd. I don't talk and
Equal Cost Multipath Routing (ECMP) is a new feature added to PAN/OS version 7.1 that enables the firewall to use up to four equal-cost routes to the same desti
In this video we're going to be looking at multi area OSPF. Single area OSPF (Open Shortest Path First) works great in small networks however as the networks g
THE N10-005 EXAM HAS BEEN RETIRED. See the latest Network+ videos at http://www.FreeNetworkPlus.com Calculating subnets can seem a bit daunting at first, but t
Explains the basics of transport protocols and compares the two major options: UDP and TCP. Here's a list of the sections in this video and their time codes: 0
In this video I will introduce IPv6 address classification and three types of IPv6 addresses: unicast, multicast,and anycast. Multicast and its three differen
This video walks through the steps of converting an IPv4 multicast address to the corresponding MAC address.
Educational video describing the differences between Bandwidth and Throughput. Very good information to anyone learning networking.
In this video I have discussed about casting :Unicast,Limited Broadcast,Directed Broadcast.
default VLAN: We cannot change the default VLAN. We cannot even delete the default VLAN. It is the default setting. It is VLAN 1. The default VLAN is only re
THE N10-005 EXAM HAS BEEN RETIRED. See the latest Network+ videos at http://www.FreeNetworkPlus.com If you've been working with networks for any amount of time
This is an animated video explaining the difference between TCP and UDP protocols. What is TCP? What is UDP? Transmission control protocol vs user datagram p
THE N10-005 EXAM HAS BEEN RETIRED. See the latest Network+ videos at http://www.FreeNetworkPlus.com Routers can use many different methods to determine how the
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In this continuation of the series on Multicast, Anthony Sequeira walks students through the concept of Multicast addresses. This important address space is bro
In an Ethernet network, a collision domain is a group of nodes that hear each other. When one node is talking, everyone is listening. When one node is using the