Networking for people who don't run networks

Mike Lovell (12.Jul.2017 at 11:30, 50 min)
Talk at OpenWest Conference 2017 (English - US)

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The Internet is something we all use on a daily basis. Its operation is full of terms that can be confusing though. IP, Subnet, CIDR, VLAN, Routing, Firewalls, Ethernet, TCP. These are just a few of the terms that are used in network operations. Not all of us are network engineers though. Software Developers, Systems Administrators, and others frequently can avoid digging into this unknown world. But having an understanding of the basic concepts of modern networking can go a long way. This session will go over some of the basics of networking so that you aren't completely confused next time you need to work with a network engineer, work on a networking issue, or work with networks. [356]

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