Syllabus from January 2005
After completing this course, the learner will be able to
- Discuss the fundamental concepts of OS and computer networking concepts.
- Identify and describe the non-technical terms, the components of networking
- Produces a plan to identify the network topology, the external communication requirements and
minimum network storage requirement.
- Work with Windows 2000 and Linux OS
- Describe the features of network administration.
Graphical User Interface, Evolution of the Human and machine interaction, functionality of GUI, Examples of some GUIs , Goals of Operating system, Functions of an Operating System, System calls, system commands, Different types of operating system, Components of Operating System , File Concept, Directory Structure.
Introduction to networking concept, Network basics, Sharing information, Topology, Protocols, Types of network, Networking devices, Internetworking: concept, Architecture and protocols.
Unix/Linux Operating System: Introduction, commands, services and utilities, user to user communication, administration.
Operating System – Windows 2000: Introduction, Managing Windows 2000 server, advanced Windows 2000 networking.
Security and Management: Network management in Windows 2000.