Networking

Protocols – Getting to the “meat” of networking

This week I am teaching on protocols in my networking class. I love the topic and I got excited when I noticed what this chapter was about but I am sure my students will feel differently. I was preparing and I found there to be about 25 acronyms that they will need to learn. They are not so good at memorizing acronyms so I am sure they will complain a bit.

On the bright side, this is the first chapter with real networking “meat” so I am excited. I think they will really enjoy digging down deep into how computers communicate. We also get to learn about subnetting and supernetting where I combine address spaces or break them apart to create more networks and fewer computers on each network or fewer networks with more hosts on each.



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Eric Vanderburg

Eric Vanderburg is an author, thought leader, and consultant. He serves as the Vice President of Cybersecurity at TCDI and Vice Chairman of the board at TechMin. He is best known for his insight on cybersecurity, privacy, data protection, and storage. Eric is a continual learner who has earned over 40 technology and security certifications. He has a strong desire to share technology insights with the community. Eric is the author of several books and he frequently writes articles for magazines, journals, and other publications.

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