IP Networking Basics Explained

Discussion in 'Amateur Radio News' started by VA2PV, Feb 17, 2019.

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  1. VA2PV

    VA2PV Ham Member QRZ Page

    No problem Cliff, check the time stamp I mentioned if you have a chance, I used a mix of both models in order to explain things as simple as possible. 73
  2. K4JDH

    K4JDH Ham Member QRZ Page

    I just took a break from an antenna install and thought I would comment. I'll watch the video later today, thanks.
    I have a 4 router network. One router has P2P traffic and one has all the IOT junk. I have a Ubiquity router that can handle everything, someday.
    I was curious if anyone here has Ubiquity.
  3. KC9RF

    KC9RF XML Subscriber QRZ Page

    Hi Pascal
    I have a basic understanding of networking as I run my station remote. I wish I could have seen this video when I was setting up port forwarding to various devices a few years ago. it would have saved a lot of time. Thanks for your video as it gives a more complete picture of OSI model.
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  4. N4LCH

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  5. N4LCH

    N4LCH Ham Member QRZ Page

    Hi Pascal. This was an excellent explanation of how a single internet user interacts within is viewed by the rest of the internet world. Enjoyed it very much and learned a few things myself. I wish I could have seen this a long time ago when I first got introduced to the internet. It would have eliminated a lot of confusion about what was what. thanks for put the out there. It certainly is more complete picture of the model .
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  6. W5UAA

    W5UAA Ham Member QRZ Page

    I spend an entire class period (I teach a CompTIA A+ class at a local community college) stepping through a PC powering on, DHCPing, pinging the computer next to you, ARP (ARP Caching), DNSing (DNS Caching) and SMTPing an email to a POP server across a WAN. I go down and up the "TCP/IP stack" multiple times. It's exhausting and the students leave at the end of that class with glazed eyes.

    I get positive feedback every time I do it. I should video it and post it in here.
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  7. VA2PV

    VA2PV Ham Member QRZ Page

    You should, the best way to learn this is by repetition and if you can cover the subject from different angles it helps to understand. Because you are a teacher you probably have a very good approach on the subject. 73 Pascal VA2PV
  8. N4MIT

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  9. AA5CT

    AA5CT Ham Member QRZ Page

    Have you ever considered a "problem centric" presentation or POV?

    Like "My internet service is down" THEN delve first into PING, TRACERT and deeper thereafter (DNS system, caching - all that you cover *but* from a problem solving aspect)?
  10. W5UAA

    W5UAA Ham Member QRZ Page

    Yup. Don't forget APIPA.

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