Have you ever pondered the origins of networks? We are encircled by networks, whether they are computer networks, road networks, or the telephone networks that allow us to communicate daily.
Computer networks are an integral part of our daily lives. While any wireless technology is generally referred to as wireless, and most networked ones as simply a network, correctly setting up a network at home or in an office requires various technologies, protocols, and configurations. Computing gadgets today are always connected to the internet. While productivity rises, the likelihood of malevolent action rises as well.
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With this course, you will learn these important computer networking topics:
4 lectures • 4 hours total length
Cristian a Microsoft certified Azure Solutions Architect Expert, Senior Infrastructure Engineer, Infrastructure Security Operations Manager and technical instructor
The different types of computer networks are:
Learning the fundamentals of networking is very simple, but developing breadth and depth requires a lot of time and effort.
Computer networks are created by connecting several nodes like computers, desktops, hubs, routers, and switches using wired (Ethernet, data cables, fiber optics) or wireless (WiFi) networks (Bluetooth, Wi-Fi).
Networking and programming specialists earn different average incomes. Computer programmers, for example, earn an average of $47,294 a year. Network specialists, on the other hand, earn an average of $59,476 a year.