Admission Open

Networking Labs Course in Mianwali

Course Title: Networking Labs
Module 1: Introduction to Networking

Introduction to Networking Concepts

Definition and importance of networking
Types of networks: LAN, WAN, MAN, PAN
Network topologies: star, bus, ring, mesh
Networking Hardware

Network devices: routers, switches, hubs, access points
Cables and connectors: Ethernet, fiber optics
Wireless networking basics
Networking Models and Protocols

OSI and TCP/IP models
Common protocols: IP, TCP, UDP, HTTP, FTP
IP addressing and subnetting
Lab Activities

Setting up a simple LAN
Configuring network devices
Understanding and implementing IP addressing
Module 2: Routing and Switching

Basic Switching Concepts

Switch operation and functions
VLANs and trunking
Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)
Basic Routing Concepts

Router operation and functions
Static and dynamic routing
Routing protocols: RIP, OSPF, EIGRP
Advanced Routing and Switching

Inter-VLAN routing
Route summarization
Advanced routing protocols and techniques
Lab Activities

Configuring and managing VLANs
Setting up and troubleshooting static and dynamic routing
Implementing inter-VLAN routing
Module 3: Network Security

Introduction to Network Security

Importance of network security
Common threats and vulnerabilities
Security protocols and encryption
Firewall and VPN

Types of firewalls: packet-filtering, stateful, proxy
Configuring firewalls
VPN concepts and configuration
Advanced Security Measures

Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) and Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS)
Security policies and best practices
Network access control
Lab Activities

Configuring a firewall
Setting up a VPN
Implementing and testing IDS/IPS
Module 4: Wireless Networking

Wireless Networking Basics

Wireless standards: 802.11a/b/g/n/ac
Wireless security: WEP, WPA, WPA2
Site surveys and planning
Advanced Wireless Networking

Configuring wireless access points
Roaming and wireless network optimization
Troubleshooting wireless issues
Wireless Network Security

Implementing secure wireless networks
Wireless intrusion detection and prevention
Best practices for wireless security
Lab Activities

Setting up and configuring wireless networks
Conducting a site survey
Securing and troubleshooting wireless networks
Module 5: Network Management

Network Monitoring and Troubleshooting

Tools and techniques for network monitoring
SNMP and network management protocols
Troubleshooting methodologies
Performance Optimization

Network performance metrics
QoS and traffic shaping
Bandwidth management
Network Documentation and Reporting

Importance of documentation
Network diagrams and topologies
Reporting and logging
Lab Activities

Using network monitoring tools
Configuring QoS and traffic shaping
Creating network documentation and reports
Module 6: Emerging Networking Technologies

Introduction to Cloud Networking

Cloud computing concepts
Cloud service models: IaaS, PaaS, SaaS
Virtual networks and cloud integration
Software-Defined Networking (SDN)

SDN concepts and architecture
Benefits of SDN
Implementing SDN in existing networks
Internet of Things (IoT)

IoT concepts and applications
Networking requirements for IoT
Security and management of IoT devices
Lab Activities

Setting up a virtual network in the cloud
Configuring and using SDN controllers
Integrating IoT devices into a network
Module 7: Capstone Project

Project Planning and Proposal

Choosing a networking project topic
Defining project scope and objectives
Creating a project plan and timeline
Implementation and Development

Designing the network architecture
Configuring and testing the network
Iterative development and feedback
Final Presentation and Evaluation

Preparing a project presentation
Demonstrating the project to peers and instructors
Receiving and incorporating feedback
Review and Reflection

Peer reviews and discussions
Reflecting on the learning experience
Planning for future development and learning

Admission Open for this course 
Contact Number: 03307615544

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