MTA: Networking


#1

Hey mates, Sea here. My mentor has brought up the suggestion that I take MTA Networking (Despite it being over a year since I’ve even done anything remotely related to networking).

Do you have any networking resources on hand? I have a pdf book and will be getting another one soon. I also have a few CCNA prep sites to look at but I’m not sure how useful they will be.

From what I can tell, I’ll have to re-memorize the 801 standard speeds, colors for crossthrough cables, and study topology (Which I still remember fairly well.)

After I take the Certification I’ll write some tips on it.


#2

I have a couple good networking pdf’s. As well as a couple friends who work in IT. Do you want specific sources? I’d be glad to give any to you.


#3

@Cromical That would be most helpful.


#4

Great. :smile: Do you want anything on a specific topic, or from a specific source? Or will you just be willing to accept anything networking that I have?


#5

Anything mate. I can pass most of the ports but the L2D protocols and whatnot is brand new to me.


#6

Perfect :smile: . I’ll look around and give you all my resources, as well as ones for the subjects you included above (topology, or 801 standard speeds for example). If it’s a small amount I’ll just post 'em here, but if it’s big I’ll make a new topic so everyone can have access to it.


#7

Alright so these are all the ones just from the top of my head, if you want more please feel free to ask:

http://brweb.haltonrc.edu.on.ca/202204/ICE4/Networks/NetworkingConcepts.pdf

http://www.professormesser.com/free-a-plus-training/220-801/computer-interface-speeds-and-distances/

http://www.everymac.com/systems/apple/apple-tv/apple-tv-faq/what-is-802.11n-differences-between-802.11n-802.11a-802.11b-802.11g.html

http://193.140.54.45/network/NetworkingFundamentals.pdf

http://www.bb-elec.com/Learning-Center/All-White-Papers/Ethernet/Ethernet-Cables-RJ45-Colors-Crossover.aspx

https://www.iplocation.net/rj45-wiring

http://www.eazynotes.com/notes/computer-networks/slides/network-topologies-handouts.pdf

http://scc.acad.bg/ncsa/articles/library/Switches%20and%20Networks/Network%20topologies.pdf

https://www.ietf.org/edu/documents/82-RoutingBridgingSwitching-Perlman.pdf

http://literature.rockwellautomation.com/idc/groups/literature/documents/um/1763-um001_-en-p.pdf


#8

This is social networking :laughing:
The others are awesome though, thank you!


#9

Oh lol. Sorry 'bout that :blush:


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