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  • Cisco Certified Network Associate
  • Day One. Welcome back everybody.
  • I am Imran Rafai, your trainer for this entire series.
  • Today we would be starting with network fundamentals
  • and when I say fundamentals we would deal with the
  • very very basic of the networking
  • industry. So this video ideally is not
  • only for the people who are going for the CCNA certification but
  • anybody who's interested to, OR looking to start a career
  • in networking feel free to watch this because you
  • are going to learn as lot. But CCNA as a certification, is a very valuable
  • certification and I urge everybody to go ahead and
  • take that certification because it is gonna add a lot of value.
  • Before I go any further I would ask
  • everybody to concentrate on the first three days
  • of our video because we will be covering
  • the very basic concepts
  • which, if I can dare, I would say
  • is going to be the base
  • of your entire networking career, maybe even twenty years from now.
  • So please concentrate and
  • be clear with every concept we cover here.
  • And in case you still have doubts please feel free to email me
  • at imran.rafai@NWKING.ORG
  • imran.rafai@NWKING.ORG
  • imran.rafai@NWKING.ORG
  • imran.rafai@NWKING.ORG
  • Alright, without further ado, let
  • us get into the video. Let's start with the
  • very basic question, "What is a network"
  • well when I asked this question to my students
  • more often than not I get answers like Facebook
  • Twitter Picasa whatever whatever you see on the screen but
  • well that is social network, that's not the network we are here to learn
  • and that definitely is not the network I am going to talk about
  • what I am intrested in is it
  • this network the network between computers
  • well this network is also the foundation or the base on which
  • applications like Twitter Facebook picassa
  • is built on. So we learn about
  • this network and maybe if we have time over the course of this
  • this series, we will talk a little bit about those
  • applications here and there. While preparing for this
  • video lecture
  • I was preparing this a image that you see on the screen and I was thinking
  • okay let me see how to explain this concept
  • to students who are starting
  • on at the networking industry so
  • how do I explain this concept without actually using a lot of technical terms
  • Or saying - 'okay this thing communicates with that
  • thing over this thing' - I mean it was difficult
  • and then I thought okay I need a better way to explain this and I i remember the
  • story that a teacher of mine told me when she taught me
  • networking. It is about
  • the olden days of how Kings exchanged messages with
  • the ally, they would pass the message
  • to a messenger who used to ride on horse backs
  • and they used to go through all these paved paths
  • along the road and then they used to go through the city gate and then
  • this go to other King and deliver the message.
  • So if you compare that to computer network
  • the the messenger sending the message
  • so the 'message' is like the data that you send and the data could be anything
  • it could be a
  • doc file - a Word document or it could be an excel file it could be an image
  • could be a Video.... it could be anythng... the DATA.
  • And the road on which the the messenger travelled
  • that basically is the network. Of course
  • computer network is much more interesting than just paving
  • roads, but
  • if you see that is the very reason why computer network is
  • invented..... to communicate between computers!
  • If you see this image you would see.... let me just take a
  • highlighter..... you will see that we have the Windows PC,
  • we have Linux systems, an iMac
  • and we have laptop, mobile phone, palm top
  • you have web servers, maybe it's running on CentOS, you have database server
  • file servers but
  • in spite of them all running on different operating systems,
  • they all can communicate absolutely perfectly with each other!!!
  • This is the magic of computer networks
  • the computer network runs on
  • a global standard called the OSI Models
  • and things like that which defines clearly what
  • when any manufacturer manufactures a networking device
  • what and how they should communicate with each other!
  • So they all know the language of networking
  • and that enables them to communicate with each other.
  • Let's try to break this a little more further and see
  • how Internet works!
  • So if you look at the picture on your screens
  • this is the very basic network!
  • TWO computers connected with a wire... in this case we will use
  • a cat5 cable, a cat 5 cable looks something like this!
  • And they come in different colors, you have
  • blue colour ones, red color ones and this is obviously another color.
  • And this outer cover is just a protective layer.
  • Inside you have eight tiny cables
  • these cables go into a connector called RJ45
  • that looks something like this that you see on the screen. And on the back of your
  • computer
  • and most the computer that you have today
  • you have a port a port like this
  • that is your interface, your network interface card.
  • So your network interface card is where this RJ45 connects
  • and using this you can communicate
  • these two computers can communicate with each other.
  • This is the very basic form of networking and this is called as
  • ETHERNET!
  • Let me just
  • write it down. Its E sorry about my handwriting.
  • It's very difficult to write on screen
  • especially with my mouse but lemme
  • just......ETHERNET!
  • Maybe for my next video I will buy a stylus so that I can just
  • write it with a more legible
  • handwriting. Alright but for now...
  • Yeah.... this cable connects between these two computers
  • and you can have a very basic network.
  • But what happens if you have more than two computers so
  • lets say you have five computers. You obviously .... I mean there is one way
  • obviously you can go on adding more
  • network interface cards on your computer then you can have
  • but a better of connecting is by making use of a networking device
  • maybe a switch or hub - of course switch and hub are two different devices
  • they have totally different functions...we will obviously learn about them in
  • future video episodes
  • but for now you know we have a networking device.... in this case it is a
  • switch
  • and these computers can communicate with each other.
  • So for instance this guy has got a word document that he wants to send across
  • the network to this guy, all he has to do is send it across
  • to his IP address! 'What is an IP address?'
  • you would ask. IP addresses is how
  • computers recognize each other on the network!
  • We will learn about IP addresses in the next
  • video series but for now just know they are identifiers
  • for computers!
  • Another critical reason why people use networking is
  • because of devices like this. Maybe, let's assume, that this was a very
  • expensive
  • printer or scanner that the company invested in.
  • If networking was not available the way this device would be connected is
  • to this .... let me just change the colour to show that it is....
  • okay lets use BLACK. This is how
  • it would have had to be connected directly to the computer.
  • Now let's assume that this user maybe prints one
  • page a day and maybe all the
  • users in this company has similar requirement that they have
  • to print one or two pages
  • every day! So the company will have to invest on more
  • printer, so you will have one more print here. This guy will have one more printer
  • so company will have to unnecessarily
  • invest on a lot of printers when the usage on them...
  • in all the printers are gonna be very very minimal!
  • Better way for companies to invest money on IT infrastructures is to
  • have one printer
  • very expensive good quality printer. Plug it onto the network and everybody can
  • print to it!
  • That's a lot of money saved and that's very efficient way of using
  • IT Budget!
  • So that is the very basic
  • requirement and the reason why we have computer network!
  • So a computer network in a local office you know maybe one
  • home office, in a room...in a single company.... that's called as a LAN or
  • Local Area Network and 'local' signify that is very local
  • to a geographical area!
  • If this same local LANs, now these are
  • LANs and you have another LAN here
  • and let's assume that your company has two offices, one in New York and then you
  • have another office in Boston!
  • One way you could communicate or create a network between the
  • the two offices of your company is.... ofcourse if you had
  • the kind of money that is required to cable from New York to Boston
  • and of course if you can get the permissions you could run your own
  • private cable from your Boston office to New York office.... no problem at all!
  • But not too many companies have that kind of money
  • and not many companies would like to waste that kind of money.
  • We have a better way of doing it!
  • You could connect your office to a local ISP
  • ISP is nothing but Internet Service Provider.
  • and the similar thing happens on the other end...Boston connects
  • their office to an ISP ...Internet Service Provider
  • and ISP's already have their backbone, very massive, high bandwidth connections
  • between their offices!
  • So your data that you sent from here goes through the network to the ISP
  • from ISP to the ISP in Boston and then through that
  • they go back to the Boston office and a computer. So this computer
  • can communicate with this computer absolutely fine
  • using the ISP. Now this
  • forms the Wide Area Network where
  • LANs are inter-connected with each other to form a
  • Wide Area Network and 'wide' here signifies
  • a wide geographical area! It could be across the country
  • it could be in different cities in the the same country or
  • maybe in different countries.... basically it's a WAN.
  • So that is how it works...now how do you connect from ISP
  • to your Local Area Network... how do you connect?
  • Well.... in normal situation... what happens is
  • you get a a jack on the wall
  • you might have a small jack on the wall and your LAN
  • ....you just connect it to the jack! So from the switch... or from the router
  • of your company
  • you connect it to the jack! On the backend this ISP, they would
  • lay cable.... maybe they would lay it under the
  • ground .....they lay a cable to their office
  • and from their office they go here from From their office again maybe underground
  • they lay a cable to
  • the Boston office. Again there will be a wall socket
  • that is provided and you just plug a cable from the wall to your
  • Router.... and that is how
  • your WAN link works. Well this is also
  • INTERNET because we are using the ISP.
  • Internet is nothing but a very massive
  • WAN which covers the entire world,
  • where you have a lot of public resources! So
  • if you google this is the definition of what an
  • internet is! "A global computer network providing
  • a variety of information and communication facilities
  • consisting of interconnected networks using standardized communication
  • protocols!". WOW... that is big definition...
  • Well that's exactly what it is ...you know.... Internet
  • is nothing but you have a lot of WANs. So you have a WAN here you have a WAN here
  • you have a WAN here
  • you have a WAN here and then just WANs are connected with each other.
  • So you have another WAN here and you have another WAN here
  • another one here another one here maybe few
  • more here....I know in India there are quite a lot...
  • you have all these things and they are connected .....let's say for instance you are connected
  • from here its
  • connected here, from here connected here and this is connected..... this is connected
  • this is connected....this is connected ....this is connected......
  • so this is nothing but how an internet works! So for instance if from
  • India somebody has to communicate
  • to New York this is how the data will transfer.... they will go..
  • if this thing disconnects you will have
  • the data going through a longer path! So this is what
  • internet is .....it is just nothing but interconnections of a lot of WANs!
  • Let's find out more about the applications we were talking about earlier.
  • There are lot of usage of the Internet or
  • networking as a whole.... we have YouTube, CNN
  • EBay, Skype.... this is just very,
  • very very few examples that use the Internet!
  • But they're lots of sites and applications which use the internet as
  • you already know!
  • Now how it works is YouTube for instance is owned by Google ...So Google
  • has put a
  • public server somewhere on the Internet that is accessible
  • to anybody on internet!
  • So if I want to watch a video on youtube
  • I go to my web browser and type 'www.youtube.com'
  • The process that takes place in the background
  • is much more complicated ....I'm simplifying this whole process.... we will look into
  • exactly how it works
  • in future video.....but for now when somebody times
  • 'youtube.com' and hit enter
  • my computer sends an HTTP request
  • to YouTube's public server!
  • When the server gets that information it says 'Ah fine that is an HTTP request ...so I
  • will send an HTMLfile back'
  • and it creates and sends that HTML file back to me.
  • My web browser takes that and says..'Ah that's an HTML file and I know how to
  • process it'.
  • So it processes that and your YouTube website come to life and you see that
  • it shows a lot of videos and you click on one of those videos this process
  • repeats...
  • they send you back the Video and that's how that works.
  • Similarly it happens to eBay.... you go to CNN, Skype
  • that's how it works! So this is how internet
  • works.... basically they have a public server... they put all the files there
  • your computer request that....they send the file back to you and this
  • is how internet helps you
  • run this globalized world!
  • When we talk about internet, very critically we need to talk about the
  • speed of Internet!
  • Before we get to the speed of internet lets get to
  • 'What is the difference between bit and byte?'
  • Bit is the smallest
  • information computer can understand.... it's either 0 or 1
  • Whereas byte is nothing but.... its formed by 8
  • bits.... so 8 bits together form one byte!
  • It could be some thing like
  • 11011101.... whatever ....something!
  • So that is a BYTE. So eight BITs form one BYTE.
  • Now a lot of people get confused - DATA is
  • always denoted by 'bytes'... so when I say I have 1gb of
  • RAM it is one gigaBYTE of
  • RAM but when I tell I have a 10 Mbps connection
  • it is 10 mbps... connection 'bits' per second mega'BITS' per second
  • connection.
  • If you confuse these two.... it's going to be very very difficult
  • at one mBps.... 'byte' per second connection
  • is 8 mbps connection ....eight times
  • the speed of what it is supposed to be! So
  • speed is always denoted by the small 'b' data size is always
  • in big 'B'.
  • In computer world kilo is always '1024' so....
  • one kilo bit is 1024 bits.... similarly
  • one kilobyte is 1024 bytes!
  • Right so for instance let me see I have 1 Mbps connection
  • and I have a file of 128 KBytes.
  • So lets say for instance you have WORD and in word you type
  • the alphabet 'A'.... now with one
  • .... to produce that one alphabet ....that
  • takes about one BYTE.... capital
  • 'B' of space.... so one
  • BYTE is how much it needs to store this
  • alphabet A..... one BYTE is
  • is 8 BITs.... right?.....
  • according the convertion.... so to type A... it takes eight bits or one
  • BYTE of data. Alright having known that let's look at this example.... so
  • you have 128 KB.... that is BYTE
  • a file of 128 KB
  • now it needs to go across a network with speeds of
  • 1 Mbps.... one megabits per second!
  • How much time will it take? It is a very simple question .... let's try to convert
  • 128 kilobyte if we convert it to
  • bits it is...... 128 into 8 bits... this conversion if you know!
  • bit to byte..... its 8 right?
  • So 128 BYTE
  • is..... if you convert it into
  • bits .....it is 1024
  • kilobits of data
  • right? so 1024 kilobits
  • where is that .... its 1024 kilobits is nothing but
  • 1 megabit..... right? One Megabit!
  • What is the speed .....it is 1 megabit per second is
  • the speed of our connection..... so on a connection of 1mbps
  • a 1mb file will take
  • exactly one second!!!
  • So that's what speed is..... so understand this...... the difference between speed
  • and data....... the difference between bit and byte.
  • So if you can understand different between bit and byte..... the whole process
  • of understanding further videos can be very very easy!!!
  • When we talk about speed we need to want to talk about three other critical
  • factors that is..... Speed
  • Delay and Availability....the three of them always go hand in hand!
  • Like for instance now ....when you connect a cable from your router to your
  • PC it tells you that it is connected at 100 Mbps
  • that's because today with our LAN cards...the maximum they can do is a 100 Mbps!
  • but then don't forget that speed that they're telling is the speed between
  • your computer
  • and the router! Your internet connection maybe is a 1mbps connection!
  • so if you send 100MB/s data
  • 100 MB per second data it will not go through your
  • internet because your internet can only do 1 Mbps!
  • Similarly you go.....
  • lets say from your bangalore office to New York office... you are sending a file.
  • So from bangalore office it goes through our gateway.... from gateway we have a 1mbps
  • slow connection.
  • It then comes to our bangalore ISP. Bangalore ISP to Mumbai ISP
  • they have a 100 Mbps line..... very fast
  • and then from Mumbai to Dubai they have a 10mbps line...
  • a little slower connection.... from Dubai again to Cairo
  • they have a 100 bps line and then Cairo to Madrid, let us say
  • you have a 100 mbps line. So similarly they have
  • a slower and faster.... different speed connections.
  • So basically when I say Internet this what happens.... internet...
  • if you pull off the cloud
  • it is nothing but a lot of routers... jumping here and there!
  • Now even if I have a very high speed connection
  • your data-throughput between your bangalore and New York office will depend on
  • slower connections in between. So even if I had a
  • very high speed connection... a 100 Mbps line in Bangalore...
  • It can only travel at the slowest link in between.
  • So our slowest link is the 10 Mbps line that we have here.
  • So from New York office to Bangalore office,
  • the maximum it can do is the 1 mbps line that we have
  • in New York. So this is how it works.
  • This is not the exact data flow from Bangalore to New York.
  • I have just given you an example... it need not obviously go via Dubai and Cairo...
  • Maybe it goes through some other location but basically it
  • actually....the data packet flows through one location to another
  • location to another location.
  • So like I said the speed always depends on
  • different factors..... of the link speed that you have in between.
  • Another critical factor is of dealey.
  • Now when I send a data from New York to Banglore
  • it has to....like we have already discussed... it has to pass through a lot of nodes
  • in between.
  • But let's assume that we have another office in Boston
  • I love Boston, dont I? So lets say we have
  • Boston office and we send data from New York to Boston office....
  • it has to pass through less number of nodes and hence
  • it would reach much more quicker. So
  • that's another factor. If the distance between the two devices
  • is long you will
  • have delay in the communication.
  • And that's why today, if you see, if you go to Google... even 'Google.com'
  • for instance... or you go to
  • 'YouTube.com'... they redirect you to a content delivery network
  • closer to your place. So if you are in Singapore and you say
  • 'google.com' or you go to 'youtube.com'
  • YouTube would not connect you to the Google Server or YouTube server
  • in United States. It will connect your to
  • a content delivery network close to Singapore, may be in Singapore.
  • So there is not much delay or
  • there is in-significant delay in the communication and the
  • the whole process is much much more fast. So that
  • is the delay part of it. And availability, again for instance
  • the link between Cairo and Dubai is down.
  • Communication between New York and Banglore would
  • not happen or it would happen but then it has to take maybe a longer path.
  • You might have another path
  • which goes via russia and then it comes via...
  • ... it goes via China and comes to India and it is a long long
  • long
  • process. So thats another thing about availablility. Availability
  • is if all the links in between are up and running!
  • Another thing we need to discuss in today video
  • is network topology. Network topology
  • ...there are three fundamental network topology....The STAR topology, the RING
  • topology and the BUS topology.
  • They are very very olden ways of how computers were
  • connected but even in today's world
  • they are in use. I will show you how.
  • Now for instance STAR. How does STAR work? STAR is where all the computers or
  • devices are connected to a central
  • switch or a connecting device.
  • Now if this line goes down it doesn't affect everybody else.... only
  • this guy goes off the network.
  • So in RING for instance every
  • computer is connected to each other. So if this guy goes down
  • the communication between these 2 devices can still happen through
  • this way. Right? So that's how
  • this works. Now in bus
  • topology .... let's say for instance.... this is again like that....you have a
  • device here... this is connected to this device... you have another device here that is connected
  • to that.
  • So every computer is connected to their own little device.
  • Right... now if the link goes down here
  • this part of the network can communicate the each other but not with
  • another device from the other segment of the network.
  • That's how a bus network works! Let's see how
  • it is implemented in today's world. We go back to our old
  • example that we saw earlier in this video
  • and if you see this switch
  • and these systems or PCs are connected
  • in a star formation - everybody is connected to this central switch!
  • Here the server also similar thing happens. Everybody is connected to the
  • switch!
  • These devices are connected to the access point in STAR formation
  • or.... so to say!
  • And if you look at the switch, the switch is connected in
  • a bus formation. Now if the link goes down here,
  • this part of the network can communicate with each other but it cannot communicate
  • with anybody else from this part of the network.
  • Sometimes you might even have networks where this is connected like
  • this
  • and this is connected like this.... so even if this goes down
  • this switch can still access this network around
  • this path and they can get access to these
  • these windows.... I mean... these systems here!
  • So in real-world the network topology
  • that we use is called HYBRID - which makes use of the STAR and
  • RING.... maybe even the BUS.
  • So it's a combination of all the three or either of them!
  • And that's how it is...So it is a hybrid network that we use in today's world.
  • I think that is about all the information that I wanted
  • to speak about in this first video.
  • We will further get into a lot of other topics
  • in our second video. This is the review of what we did
  • today....Go through all the
  • topics that is mentioned here and see if you understood.
  • If you din't you can always go back and try to learn little bit more.
  • And even after that if you have conclusion if you want more clarity on
  • any topic...please feel free to write into
  • 'imran.rafai@nwking.org'
  • and I will look into it and I will answer your queries.
  • And of-course subscribe to our YouTube channel
  • and you can keep getting all our videos LIVE
  • on YouTube. Thank you for watching and
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