Networking Your Office
For most new computer users, computer networking is a mystery. This class de-mystifies hubs, switches, Cat 5 cable, LAN card drivers, and other network-related devices. Most concepts covered in this class are generic - that is, they'll apply regardless of whether you're running Microsoft Windows, Linux, or Macintosh. Those portions of the class that are not generic will cover Windows and Linux.
You'll learn how to connect two or more computers together in an office network. Emphasis is placed on traditional wired networks that are most secure. However, we'll also cover wireless networking that's so fashionable today but represents a greater security risk. You can choose which is best for you.
You should have a basic understanding of computers. You do not need prior experience with networking.
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