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The Complete 6.5 Hour Video Training Course On Networking, Right Here and Free!
Do you have more than one computer in your home or small office? If you do, you need a network! Using the network, you can share a single internet connection between all your computers, transfer files with a few mouse-clicks rather than a pile of floppy disks, and work wirelessly with your laptop from anywhere in the room.
You can also use your network for sharing printers, playing music, and vanquishing the enemy in multi-player online games.
About The Hosts:
Jeff Van West
Jeff Van West is a freelance writer and editor. He is the author of a whole mess of books, manuals, CD-ROMs, and training programs in computer technology and aviation. His materials have been used by individuals and corporations in North America, Europe, Japan, and Australia.
For more than a decade, Garrick Chow has been teaching computer software classes and seminars, covering a diverse range of topics, at private companies, state and federal agencies, colleges, and universities. He is the author of two Mac OS X Hands-On Training books and two Adobe Acrobat Hands-On Training books. Currently Garrick develops training tutorials exclusively for lynda.com, and is the host of the weekly lynda.com Video Training Podcast. When not sitting in front of a computer screen, Garrick can be found playing with the indie-rock band, The Jellybricks. Visit him at www.garrickchow.com or at www.thejellybricks.com.
Topics covered in the course include:
- Networking Basics
- Router Administration
- Sharing an Internet Connection
- Sharing Files Over a Network
- Other Types of Network Sharing
- Wireless Networks
- Hacks, Tricks, and Other Cool Things
Part 4: Router Administration
Part 5: Airport Administration
Part 6: Types of Broadband
Part 7: Firewalls & Port Forwarding
Part 8: Restricting Internet Access
Part 9: Sharing Internet Access
Part 10: Windows Workgroups
Part 11: Creating User Accounts in Windows
Part 12: Windows File Sharing
Part 13: Mac User Accounts