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Lan Trainer

SKU: Lan Trainer 50840556

Communication Trainers

 

Product Description:

LAN trainer is a versatile desktop system that provides hands on experimentation & understanding of local area Networks. The field being diverse, this trainer has been designed with an aim to touch upon the various aspects of LAN's such as hardware & cabling, software configuration & protocols. The LAN trainer is supplemented by a set of 4 exhaustive manuals covering the various aspects of LAN's. The unique feature of this trainer is an onboard Hub & Cabling setup via jumpers so as to minimize the loss of expensive cable during training.

 

OBJECT - Study of LAN (Local Area Network )

 

Features: 

    • 01. Three sets of onboard cabling setup for Ethernet.
    • 02. On board parallel port direct cable connection setup.
    • 03. On board serial port direct cable connection setup.
    • 04. A 10 mbps hub is provided onboard with the circuitry exposed.
    • 05. The power supply circuit for Hub is provided onboard.
    • 06.A separate Hub is also provides so to train students for multi Hub Networking.
    • 07.A set of 4 exhaustive manuals covering LAN hardware & cabling, software  configurations protocols, terms & definitions.
    • 08.The trainer comes with a cable fabrication kit to provide hands on experience on real cabling.

SPECIFICATION
LAN HARDWARE

    • 01. 10/100 Mbps Ethernet Card : 3 Nos.
    • 02. UPT Straight cable with Connectors : 5 mtr.x 3 + ½ mtr.x3
    • 03. Coaxial Cable with connectors and termination : 10 mtr.
    • 04. traight Parallel port cables : 2 Nos.
    • 05. Straight Serial port cables : 2 Nos.
    • 06. 10 Mbps 8 port Hub. : 2 Nos.
    • 07. Set of patch cords for the Onboard cabling setup
    • 08. Cable fabrication kit. : 8 RJ 45 male connectors, crimping tool & 10 mtr. UTP cables

TRAINING PACKAGES AND EXPERIMENTS
(A) LAN HARDWARE AND CABLING

    • 01. Setup a network between 2-8 Computers using Hub and straight cables (WIN XP)
    • 02. Setup a network between two Computers without using Hub by using Cross cables (WIN XP)
    • 03. Multi Hub Networking (WIN XP)
    • 04. Setup a networking between Two computers using parallel port direct cable connection.
    • 05. Setup a networking between two computers using serial port direct cable Connection.

(B) SOFTWARE CONFIGURATION

    • 01. Networking Win9x (Adding a Network Adapter)
    • 02. Setting up a Win9x Peer to Peer Network
    • 03. Windows XP Peer-to-Peer Networking
    • 04. Sharing Local Resources
    • 05. Adding Local or Network Printers
    • 06. Adding a Network Printer With Windows XP
    • 07. Adding Workstation Print Drivers for Windows 2000 Printers
    • 08. Adding NT4 Workstation Print Drivers for Windows 2000 Printers
    • 09. Adding a Windows2000 Workstation to a NT4 Domain
    • 10. ConfiguringDial-Up Internet Access with Windows9x (Adding the Dial-Up Adapter)
    • 11. Windows2000 Dial-Up Internet Connection
    • 12. Dial-Up Server (Installing and Configuring Dial-Up Server)
    • 13. Windows2000 Networking Changes
    • 14. WindowsXP Remote Assistance
    • 15. WindowsXP Remote Desktop
    • 16. Sharing a Fax/Modem on a Network
    • 17. Configuring a machine running Window 95/98/ME to use DHCP.
    • 18. Configuring a machine running Windows 2000 Professional Edition to use DHCP.
    • 19. Configuring a machine running Windows NT 4.0 to use DHCP.
    • 20. Configuring a machine running Windows XP to use DHCP.
    • 21. Setting up and Configuring IIS
    • 22. Configuring a Windows 2000 VPN Server
    • 23. Windows2003 VPN Server
    • 24. WindowsXP VPN Server
    • 25. Windows98 VPN Client
    • 26. WindowsXP VPN Client
    • 27. DNS Concept
    • 28. How DNS Works
    • 29. Various DNS Configuration
    • 30. How Reverse - Lock up works
    • 31. DNS Terms.
    • 32. Third Level Domains
    • 33. Setting up MS DNS
    • 34. MS DNS and Forwards
    • 35. MS DNS Server as a Secondary
    • 36. Client Side Caching (Offline Files)
    • 37. Troubleshooting Internet
    • 38. Troubleshooting TCP / IP Networks
    • 39. Network Commands

(C) STUDY MANUAL

01. Communicaton and Network Concepts

    • a). Introduction
    • b). What is a Network
    • c). Need for Networking
    • d). Evolution of Networking
    • e). Switching Techniques
    • f). Transmission Media
    • g). Data Communication Technologies
    • h). Types of Networks
    • i). Network Topologies
    • j). Network Devices
    • k). Communication Protocol
    • l). Wireless/ Mobile Computing
    • m). Internetworking Terms and Concept

N). Network Security

    • 01) The TCP/IP and OSI Networking Models
    • 02) Data Link Layer Fundamentals : Ethernet LAN's
    • 03) Fundamentals of WAN's
    • 04) Fundamentals of IP
    • 05) Fundamentals of TCP and UDP
    • 06) Virtual LAN's and Trunking
    • 07) LAN Cabling,Standerds,and Topologies
    • 08) IP Addressing and Subnetting


(D) STUDY MANUAL

    • 01. Network Topology
    • 02. Network Hardware Connections
    • 03. TCP/IP Ports and Addresses
    • 04. Network Protocol Levels
    • 05. IEEE 802 Standard
    • 06. Network Categories
    • 07. Network Devices
    • 08. Address Resolution Protocol (ARP and RARP Address Translation)
    • 09. Basic Addressing
    • 10. Internet Protocol 11. Transmission Control Protocol
    • 12. User Datagram Protocol
    • 13. Internet Control Message Protocol
    • 14. Network Cabling
    • 15. Wireless Networking
    • 16. Network WAN Connections
    • 17. Ethernet
    • 18. Token Ring
    • 19. ARC net Network (Attached Resource Computer Network)
    • 20. AppleTalk Network
    • 21. FDDI (Fiber Distributed Data Interface)
    • 22. IPX/SPX
    • 23. NetBEUI
    • 24. AppleTalk Protocols
    • 25. System Network Architecture
    • 26. Other Transport Protocols
    • 27. Network Routing
    • 28. More Complex Networking Routing
    29. IP Masquerading
    • 30. Firewalls
    •  31. Domain Name Service ( DNS )
    • 32. Virtual Private Networking
    • 33. DHCP
    • 34. BOOTP
    • 35. RPC and NFS
    • 36. Internet Group Management Protocol
    • 37. Dynamic Routing
    • 38. Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP)
    • 39. Simple Network Management Protocol
    • 40. Network Services (Networking Services and Ports)
    • 41. Wide Area Networks
    • 42. Network Backup
    • 43. Network Fault Tolerance
    • 44. Network Trouble Shooting
    • 45. Network Drivers
    • 46. Network operating systems (NOS)
    • 47. Network Applications
    48. Network Terms


    Note: Specifications are subject to change. Order Code can be different from Manufacturer’s Model No.

    Free shipping to any address in South Africa

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Product details


Category: Communication Trainers

Brand: Tesca

Tesca
Tesca Technologies Pvt. Ltd. are Manufacturer, Exporter, Importer, Marketer of Test, Measuring & Educational / Vocational / Didactic Technical Training Equipment. Tesca offers quality products in varied fields providing the complete package to the customers in user friendly & IT savvy manner. We are...

Product code (SKU): Lan Trainer 50840556



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