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Computer Networks
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Computer Networks[edit]

Reading Guide[edit]

Overview

This reading guide is a collection of Wikipedia articles supporting the Wikiversity course Computer Networks, available at http://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Computer_Networks.

OSI Model
OSI model
Physical layer
Data link layer
Network layer
Transport layer
Session layer
Presentation layer
Application layer
TCP/IP Model
Internet protocol suite
Link layer
Internet layer
Transport layer
Application layer
Components
MAC address
Protocol data unit
Addressing
IP address
Classful network
CIDR notation
Classless Inter-Domain Routing
MAC address
Subnetwork
IPv4 subnetting reference
Multicast
Link-local address
Switching
LAN switching
Spanning Tree Protocol
Virtual LAN
Port mirroring
Broadcast domain
Collision domain
Routing
Routing
Distance-vector routing protocol
Link-state routing protocol
Routing Information Protocol
Open Shortest Path First
Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol
Border Gateway Protocol
Wireless
Wireless network
Wi-Fi
Wireless access point
IEEE 802.11
Protocols
Communications protocol
Lists of network protocols
Name Resolution
Domain Name System
Dynamic DNS
nslookup
Dig
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Virtualization
Virtualization
Network virtualization
Network as a service
Switches
Routers
Wireless
DHCP Concepts
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
SOHO Planning
Small office/home office
Media
Networking cables
Twisted pair
Coaxial cable
Optical fiber cable
Plenum cable
Fiber media converter
Broadband over power lines
Connectors
Registered jack
BNC connector
F connector
D-subminiature
Patch panel
110 block
Optical fiber connector
WAN Technologies
List of device bit rates
Topologies
Network topology
Peer-to-peer
Client–server model
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Ethernet Standards
Ethernet
Ethernet physical layer
Wiring Distribution
Distribution frame
Demarcation point
Network interface device
CSU/DSU
Appliances
Computer appliance
Load balancing
Proxy server
Content-control software
Virtual private network
Concentrator
Tools
Cable tester
Crimp connection
Lineman's handset
Punch down tool
Telecom network protocol analyzer
Time-domain reflectometer
Optical time-domain reflectometer
Multimeter
Utilities
Packet analyzer
IP Load tester
Ping
traceroute
ipconfig
ifconfig
nslookup
Dig
Nbtstat
netstat
route
Monitoring
Network monitoring
Simple Network Management Protocol
syslog
Network traffic measurement
Packet analyzer
Documentation
Documentation
Computer network diagram
Cable management
Asset management
Baseline
Change management
Performance
Quality of service
Traffic shaping
Load balancing
High availability
Fault tolerance
Common Address Redundancy Protocol
Wireless
Wired Equivalent Privacy
Wi-Fi Protected Access
MAC filtering
Wireless security
Network Access
Access control list
Virtual private network
Encryption
IPsec
Remote desktop software
User Authentication
Public key infrastructure
Kerberos
RADIUS
IEEE 802.1X
Challenge-Handshake Authentication Protocol
MS-CHAP
Extensible Authentication Protocol
Multi-factor authentication
Single sign-on
Threats
Wardriving
Warchalking
Evil twin
Denial-of-service attack
Man-in-the-middle attack
Social engineering
Computer virus
Computer worm
Buffer overflow
FTP bounce attack
Smurf attack
Patch
Computer security incident management
Firewalls
Firewall
Network address translation
DMZ
Appliances
Intrusion detection system
Intrusion prevention system
Vulnerability scanner
Honeypot