Network Fundamentals Part 1: Introduction to Networking
Interested in learning about networking? Let Network Direction help you get started.
This video is for people that are first starting out in networking. All you need to bring is interest and enthusiasm.
My goal of the network Fundamental Series is to help anyone wanting to get into the IT field learn more about Networking.
We will introduce you to the terminology used in the field and help you understand what it means. For instance, have you heard of protocols? We’re going to see what these are, and use the #Ethernet protocol as an example.
In Part 1 we’ll also look at what a network actually is, and continue by seeing how devices are connected. Have you ever connected a device over Wi-Fi or plugged in Network Cables to a computer? Delve behind the scenes and find out how this works.
For further study, I reccommend (affiliate):
CCENT/CCNA ICND1 100-105 Official Cert Guide
Stay tuned for part 2 where we’ll go deeper into cabling, and learn the basics of addressing.
Each section includes a quiz to get you thinking. The answers to the quizzes in this video are found at:
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42 replies on “Introduction to Networking | Network Fundamentals Part 1”
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The link to quiz answers gives a 404.
The link to the answers in the description is corrupted. Great educational video !
I'm confused here. Where does the internet play in to all this? The way the video makes it sound, I can send emails to a computer that's on my network even if I'm not connected to the internet. For an introduction to networking I find it a little odd the word "internet" isn't mentioned at all.
link is no longer working though.
link for quiz please does not work update it please
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Appreciate the knowledge
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The links dont seem to work anymore, is there an answer to the questions at the end?
Thanks for great lesson
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Links are broken 🙁
Would this series be good for network+?
4:41 why is that in polish ?
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Can anyone guide what books to start with if i'm an absolute beginner?
Networking books i mean..
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Learned more with your first video then in my entire class!
Very simple explanation. I didn’t feel like my head was going to explode from info overload.
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How recent is this tutorial,does it cover 5G,Fiber Optics????
I thoroughly enjoyed the lesson. Nice pace and length. Will definitely check out part 2.
I’m brand new knew nothing before this video, but I think I like it now
To add on, computers that are connected using cables are call wired and computers that are not connected to anything are called wireless
A network is a link between two or more computers right? What if one computer has a virus will the virus be transmitted to the others?