NETWORK INPLANT TRAINING

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DLK Career Development Centre offers a way for the students to work with live application by offering a internship program. We will be encouraging the students to work with Real time projects.

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NETWORKING INPLANT TRAINING

DLK Career Development Center holds out top fine Inplant in Chennai with an exceedingly skillful mixture of gifted instructors, outstanding and smooth-read Inplant materials, and a first-rate studying surroundings that actually shelve our Inplant phase inside the pinnacle schooling’s rack. Our Inplant allows theoretical standards to be bolstered with tremendous hands-on periods. Our Inplant allows you to offer both standard and custom courses with a view to manage you from being a novice to an App-Maker (real time utility improvement).

Networking inplant training using LAN/TCP/DHCP server, wireless. We will train your skills and carefully researched and prepared by high end technological professionals from MNC to meet the demands. 

BENEFITS OF ATTENDING THE INPLANT TRAINING

Practical Experience. At the end of the Training you will be assisted on creating a project. Certificate and Software CD’s will be provided.

Our Curriculam

Section 1: Introduction About Computer

An operating system is the most important software that runs on a computer. It manages the computer’s memory and processes, as well as all of its software and hardware. It also allows you to communicate with the computer without knowing how to speak the computer’s language. Without an operating system, a computer is useless.

Microsoft’s first operating system, MDOS/MIDAS, was designed along many of the PDP-11 features, but for microprocessor based systems. MS-DOS, or PC DOS when supplied by IBM, was based originally on CP/M-80.

Each of these machines had a small boot program in ROM which loaded the OS itself from disk.
1. Hard Disk
2. Ram
3. Keyboard
4. Mouse

Section 2: Basic Networking Concepts

Section 3: Introduction To Various Networking Devices

Section 4: Network and Basic Configuration

Section 5: Introduction to Servers and Security

Frequently Asked Questions

In information technology, networking is the construction, design, and use of a network, including the physical (cabling, hub, bridge, switch, router, and so forth), the selection and use of telecommunication protocol and computer software for using and managing the network, and the establishment of operation policies and procedures related to the network.

A computer network is a set of computers connected together for the purpose of sharing resources. The most common resource shared today is connection to the Internet. Other shared resources can include a printer or a file server.

Defined by their size and complexity, they come in four main types: (1) small networks, used for the connection of subassemblies and usually  contained in a single piece of equipment; (2) Local Area Networks, or LAN, cables or fibers used to connect computer equipment and other terminals distributed in a localized area, such as on a college campus; (3) Metropolitan Area Networks, or MAN, a high-speed network used to interconnect LANs spread around a small geographic region such as a city; and (4) Wide Area Networks, or WAN, multiple communication connections, including microwave radio links and satellites, used to connect computers and other terminals over large geographic distances.

A network is defined as a group of two or more computer systems linked together. There are many types of computer networks, including the following: local-area networks (LANs): The computers are geographically close together (that is, in the same building).

LAN (local area network)
MAN (metropolitan area network)
WAN (wide area network)

The main function of a computer is to process data. The various types of processing device in a computer are;
a) Microprocessor
b) Chipset
c) BIOS

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