CIT 245 Local Area Networking Fundamentals Entire Course
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This course addresses the fundamentals of local area networking (LAN). Students will learn about Ethernet LANs, wireless LANs (WLAN), and LAN connections. This will include securing the network, transmission control protocol/internet protocol (TCP/IP), troubleshooting switches, WLAN security, and constructing a network address scheme.
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks.
Local Area Networking Fundamentals
CIT 245 Week 1 Individual Assignment Using Windows Applications as Network Tools
Complete the Using Windows Applications as Network Tools lab in Toolwire®.
Write a summary in one page of the skills performed in the lab and what you learned. In this and in all future weeks, Submit this to Assignments.
CIT 245 Week 1 DQS
CIT 245 DQ 1
Explain how each of the network topologies are laid out and function, including the various components. Describe how you would determine which model to use.
CIT 245 DQ 2
Describe the layers of the OSI model and discuss how functions at each layer impact how you use the network.
CIT 245 Week 2 Individual Assignment Observing the TCP Three-Way Handshake
Complete the Observing the TCP Three-Way Handshake lab in Toolwire®.
Write a summary in one page of the skills performed in the lab and what you learned.
CIT 245 Week 2 Learning Team OSI Model Paper
Write a 3- to 5-page paper describing the OSI model.
Include the following components in the paper:
Purpose and benefits of the OSI model
Comparison and contrast of the OSI model to the TCP/IP model
Function of each OSI layer
Protocols that work at each OSI layer
CIT 245 Week 2 DQS
CIT 245 DQ 1
Explain how data packets flow through an Ethernet LAN, and discuss the concept of shared...