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CCNA MCSE --Mastering TCP/IP video lecture course
FULL VIDEO LECTURE COURSE
Mastering TCP/IP - Internetworking with TCP/IP
FULL VIDEO LECTURE COURSE --Expert IT Training -- Highly Interactive
Gain Fudamental knowledge to install, configure, troubleshoot, and
TCP/IP is the protocol of the Internet--- and you will learn
everything you need about TCP/IP as it is used on the interent--- as
it relates to MCSE/CCNA certification. You will learn/understand the
concept so that you can use the skills in the real world, not just to
pass the test. The concepts are explained in a way so that you will
absorb the skills, and retain the skills for life. For any career in
networking, you need a solid understanding of TCP/IP--without which a
career in networking is not possible.
You will learn everything about TCP/IP as it is used on the Internet
and Intranet--- Local LAN, and how it is used on the internet. You
will learn this in a VIDEO based lecture--- in live format but not
live--- the concepts are explained in eloquent, manner, in the form a
book/movie/video---very interesting format---whereby you will learn
all the concepts about TCP/IP in general.
This course will ensure you can properly design, configure, and
troubleshoot your critical IP-based internetworks
You own the video for life.
BETTER THAN BOOK, BETTER THAN ATTENDING attending a class, --you JUST
watch the VIDEO on your computer like a movie--- what you gain-- YOUR
LEARN TCP/IP--- TCP/IP is explained as if your attending a live
lecture in class room. You watch the video in your own computer, at
the convenience and time of your using. you can also watch this on
YOU LEARN EVERYTHING ABOUT TCP/IP as it is used on the Internet, and
Intranet (local network)
you can use this toward any career in networking, for MCSE/CCNA/
certification/ Network+ certification.
Course content--- covers everything from....
Introduction to tcp/ip
Networking interface technologies, IP addressing fundamentals,
subnetting, dhcp, IP, DNS etc etc
FULL VIDEO/MOVIE LECTURE COURSE
ALL ORIGINAL, INDEPENDENTLY DEVELOPED, HIGHLY INTERACTIVE, you will
love the way concepts are explained.
100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
TCP/IP is the core protocol of the Internet and any device connected
to your network and the Internet must be properly configured abd
supported. This course provides students with knowledge and skills
required to setup, configure, support, and troubleshoot TCP/IP
This course is for network managers, engineers, and technicians
responsible for designing, installing, configuring, and maintainig
IP networks. Also, for software engineers and technical/documentation
writers who need to understand TCP/IP protocol structures and
functions will benefit from this course. Any person who needs
understand/ learn TCP/IP in general will find this course useful.
--- YOU THE WINNING BIDDER/BUYER--- owns the video for life, can
the video as many times as you want.
Why this is better than attending a class or reading a book? --
reading a book can be time consuming and tedious for an everyday
worker--- This is a movie/video lecture format --highly
you pay a one time fee--the course fee--- you own the video for
life---- when attend a class, you only attend the class once--- this
is as if you own the class for life.
DELIVERY: The course is in an MPG movie format that you can watch on
your computer/ iphone etc. A link will be provided to the winning
bidder/buyer to download the movie/lecture. OR/AND-- you can watch it
on YouTube channel
100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
watch on computer, You Tube, or Iphone---
Regular Course fee: $2495
limited time offer $299
This is a limited time for, No reserve auction. This your chance to
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