Introduction to Networking
Unit 6 Assignment 1: Wireless Ethernet Local Area Networks Review
Course Objectives and Learning Outcomes
Identify the major needs and major stakeholders for computer networks and network applications.
Identify the classifications of networks and how they are applied to various types of enterprises.
Compare and contrast the OSI and TCP/IP models and their applications to actual networks.
Explain the functionality and use of typical network protocols.
Analyze network components and their primary functions in a typical data network from both logical and physical perspectives.
Differentiate among major types of LAN and WAN technologies and specifications and determine how each is used in a data network.
Explain basic security requirements for networks.
Install a network (wired or wireless), applying all necessary configurations to enable desired connectivity and controls.
Use network tools to monitor protocols and traffic characteristics.
Use preferred techniques and necessary tools to troubleshoot common network problems.
Assess a typical group of devices networked to another group of devices through the Internet, identifying and explaining all major components and their respective functions.
Identify devices required in wireless networks.
Differentiate between Layer 1 and Layer 2 concepts in wireless networks.
Analyze wireless standards.
Design a basic small business wireless Ethernet network.
Troubleshoot wireless LANs for connectivity and performance.
In the Chapter Review Activities at the end of Chapter 6 in the Odom textbook (answers can be found in the textbook):
Respond to the multiple-choice questions
Complete the Define Key Terms table
Complete the List the Words Inside Acronyms table
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