Fundamentals of Windows Vista„¢ TCP/IP Connectivity (5355)



In this online course, you explore the fundamentals of TCP/IP connectivity from a Windows Vista client perspective. You learn the basics of LAN/WAN, routing, and network connectivity. These basics are strengthened with technical depth on MAC address, ARP, IP unicast/broadcast/multicast, class and classless IP addresses, public/private addresses, default gateway, and routing tables. It also includes a treatment of Wireless, DHCP, and IPv6. These fundamental concepts are reinforced in a virtual lab where you capture a network trace and analyze the packets, use utilities including ARP, ping, ipconfig, and netstat, and configure a client IP address. This online course is one of several courses that focus on Windows Vista technologies. It is composed of a rich multimedia experience coupled with comprehensive technical labs. It is intended for IT Professionals who must implement or support Windows Vista. This course helps you to become a Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) and Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP).



  • Describe the basic concepts of networking and TCP/IP.
  • Explain how an IP address designates the host and the network addresses, and list the public and private IP address classes.
  • Describe the TCP/IP utilities and their use.
  • Describe TCP/IP address configuration.


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Course Info

  • Code: EL-FWV-5355
  • Duration: 2 hours
  • Price: Call for price

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