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TRN-NETWORK-IP-E

Basic Networking and IP Routing- E-Learning- per Student

Course Description

The Basic Networking and IP Routing Overview course is for field and operations persons who are involved with deploying, configuring and operating networking equipment, including microwave radios that transport Ethernet/IP data packets.

 

In this e-learning course are brief discussions on the fundamentals of computer networks. It covers the basics of networking, starting from the physical layer, moving up to switching concepts and the critical IP addressing. End-to-end data transport and the necessary upper layer protocols are also discussed. An introduction to VLANs is also included.

 

By the end of the module, the learner shall be equipped with the foundational knowledge of networking, enough to assist in troubleshooting small to medium-sized networks.

 

Completing a short assessment at the end of each module will provide students with credentials necessary towards the Aviat Network Associate certification level. (ANA)

 

Target Audience

Course is intended for technicians/engineers requiring a basic knowledge of IP and Ethernet technology within a transmission network

 

Prerequisites

PC with internet access, Internet browser software, AviatCare LMS Access

 

Objectives

Upon successfully completing this course, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the basic networking concepts and the OSI model.
  • Explain layer 2 switching and STP.
  • Identify layer 3 functions and IP addressing.
  • Understand layer 4 concepts and protocols.
  • Describe DNS, ICMP and DHCP operations.
  • Explain layers 5 to 7 functions.
  • Understand VLAN concepts.

Each equipment, services and software purchased from Aviat Networks carries with it a commitment of excellence backed by Aviat Networks’ industry-leading warranty policy. All Aviat Networks warranties apply to the Customer or Original Owner also referred to as the end user.


“Final Acceptance” means testing of the Equipment following installation by Aviat Networks at Customer’s site(s) under the terms set forth in the Statement of Work and may be performed on a link by link basis, or when live traffic is cut over, or when the Customer has beneficial use of the Equipment, whichever occurs first. The following table provides the coverage duration for the types of warranties applicable. Please refer to your product ordering guide for the applicable warranty policy for that equipment, service or software.

EQUIPMENT/SERVICES/SOFTWARE WARRANTY
Aviat Networks Equipment Standard
Hardware Warranty – U.S.A, Canada and the Caribbean
24 months from ship date.
Aviat Networks Equipment Standard
Hardware Warranty – Rest of the World
15 months from ship date.
Non-Aviat Networks OEM Equipment
OEM warranty is a pass-through from Aviat Networks from the ship date; maximum OEM warranty.

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