In an increasingly interconnected world, the ability to understand and navigate computer networks is a fundamental skill. The “Computer Networks Theory and Network Configurations” course is an introductory journey into the realm of computer networks. Designed for individuals with little to no prior networking experience, this course aims to demystify the concepts of data transmission and network setups.
Students will start by grasping the core building blocks of networking, from the components that make up a network to the terminologies that define this field. Through a simplified approach, they will explore network models and protocols, gaining an understanding of how data is packaged and transported across networks.
This course offers an introductory exploration of computer networks, focusing on fundamental theories and practical aspects of network configurations. It is designed for individuals who are new to networking concepts and want to learn the basics of how data is transmitted and how networks are set up.
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