Network Technology and Protocols (2020)

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The intent of the Network Technology and Protocols Knowledge Unit is to expand students’ knowledge of networking to include an understanding common network protocols, how network components interact, and how networks evolve over time. The Knowledge Unit will also extend student experiences in using tools to monitor and analyze a network. Students expand their familiarity with network vulnerabilities.

Outcomes[edit]

To complete this KU, students should be able to:

  1. Demonstrate an understanding of layer 2 networking (Ethernet).
  2. Demonstrate an understanding of the structure and use of key networking protocols (IPv4 and IPv6).
  3. Identify and describe a variety of common network vulnerabilities.
  4. Identify and mitigate security concerns at layer 2 and layer 3 of a network.
  5. Demonstrate the use of multiple tools to analyze and troubleshoot a network.
  6. Explain the weaknesses of WEP and which ones have been addressed and how.

Topics[edit]

To complete this KU, all topics and sub-topics must be completed

  1. Network Switching (Ethernet)
    • ARP and RARP
    • Layer 2 security issues
  2. IPv4 suite
    • IPv4 Addressing
  3. IPv6 suite
    • IPv6 Addressing
  4. Routing in IPv4 and v6.
    • Routing tables and metrics
    • Layer 3 security issues
    • IPsec
  5. Network naming
    • DNS
    • NetBIOS
  6. Network Analysis/Troubleshooting
    • Netflow

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See also[edit]

Related Knowledge Units

Original Knowledge Unit

Further reading[edit]

Fundamentals Of Information Systems Security - ISBN-10: 128411645X

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Reference ID[edit]

NTP