Our founder Alex has been developing a short course for graduate engineers on how TCP/IP works to underpin the Internet we all know and love today. This is the second time the course has been run for the engineering team here at Dynamic Devices and hopefully it is of interest.

In Part One Alex talks about the basics of how computer devices send information to each other within a local network.

This session covers

– Basics of the OSI model and TCP/IP stack
– MAC Addresses
– IP addresses and netmasks, network classes

In Part Two, Alex will delve deeper into the intricacies of network protocols and explore the fascinating world of data transmission. Join us as we uncover the secrets behind packet switching, routing algorithms, and network security.

Expand your knowledge, sharpen your skills, and become a master of the digital realm!

NOTE: Things that need improving next time this course is run (v3)

– More accurate description of OSI model as relating to TCP/IP

– Less confusion about network class prefixes

– TBD based on feedback

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