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Intensive Networking (IN) – 1 day

This course is designed specifically for candidates who do not have the full pre-requisites to embark on the CSA or CTM course or for those wishing to refresh their knowledge prior to attending.

You will cover a range of networking topics including fundamental concepts, such as OSI model, TCP/IP stack, IP routing, manipulating IP addresses, subnetting and creating custom subnet masks. The tools and techniques taught will cover the Windows and Linux operating systems to give you insight into using command line tools to interrogate, manipulate and test network and Internet connections.

The course is a mix of theoretical networking content and hands on sessions.

The course concludes with a short practical assessment of skills.

Who is the course designed for?

  • Professionals in public or private enterprise who are involved or interested in vulnerability / penetration testing and IT security, but require some grounding in networking before progressing.
  • Professionals wishing to progress further by taking the CSA or CTM courses and exams and ultimately to become CHECK Team Members (CTM).

 

Qualification

Successful candidates will receive a BlackBerry Verified ‘Intensive Networking’ Certificate of Attainment

Course Objectives

Candidates will have an understanding of:

  • The OSI Model
  • Comparing the TCP Stack to the OSI Model
  • IP addressing
  • Subnetting
  • Core Network Protocols
  • Using command line tools to: manipulate Windows & Linux networking components and file systems
  • Routing
  • Basic firewall issues

Key Points Covered (Windows & Linux)

  • Identify & manipulate an IP address
  • Configure a subnet mask and default gateway
  • Describe an IP address & classful addressing
  • Describe major address, broadcast and subnet
  • Describe the role of a subnet & subnet mask
  • Plan subnets and create a CSM (Custom Subnet Mask) based on requirements
  • Describe the term routing
  • Compare static vs dynamic routing
  • Describe stateless vs stateful firewall
  • OSI model and role of the layers
  • Compare the OSI model to the TCP/IP Stack. Describe the role of protocols their port numbers (HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, DNS etc)
  • Navigate file systems using cd
  • Manipulate files and directories using md, rd, dir, copy, del, ren, mkdir, rmdir, ls, cp, rm and mv
  • Create & display files using type, >>,> cat, and echo
  • List running processes using ps
  • Use an editor to open and manipulate files

Assessment

A practical networking skills-based assessment using all the techniques and tools taught during the day

Pre-requisites:

Basic computer experience is all that is required

 

Per course pricing

This course is available “per course” meaning a course is prepared and delivered for you and your needs. There is no minimum number of candidates. The course cost does not change based on the number of candidates so if an individual requires a course with only one candidate then that’s fine, however the course fee remains the same for 1 candidate as it does for 6. The dates of the courses are flexible and are decided by you as long as we have a member of training staff available.