Understanding IP TunnelingDuration: 6:04
In this episode, Mike explores the process of making secure connections through tunnels.
Virtual Private Networks (VPNs)Duration: 12:45
In this episode, Mike explains virtually everything about technology that enables remote clients to connect to a local network, also called a Virtual Private Network (VPN).
Introduction to VLANsDuration: 11:52
In this episode, Mike explores the concepts and processes behind virtual LANs, including managed switches and trunking.
InterVLAN RoutingDuration: 3:09
In this episode, Mike shows how to network between virtual LANs.
Interfacing with Managed SwitchesDuration: 11:02
In this episode, Mike explains how to connect to and configure managed switches.
Switch Port ProtectionDuration: 6:41
Mike discusses the various switch port mitigation techniques and how they are used in a working network environment.
Port BondingDuration: 7:15
Mike looks at how to improve network throughput from a router by combining traffic onto multiple router ports.
Port MirroringDuration: 3:32
Mike talks about how to duplicate the traffic from one router port to another port.
Quality of ServiceDuration: 5:10
Mike shows how traffic is prioritized to maximize efficiency of communication.
IDS vs. IPSDuration: 4:29
In this episode, Mike looks at intrusion detection systems and intrusion protection systems.
Proxy ServersDuration: 12:44
In this episode, Mike discusses the different types of proxy servers and their purpose.
Load BalancingDuration: 8:32
In this episode, Mike explores the concepts of load balancing, as well as why and how to implement this type of configuration.
Device Placement ScenariosDuration: 12:59
Mike explores the different types of devices and locations for network security, as well as best performance outcomes. Learn the fundamentals of configuring certain devices either in-band or out-of-band.
Intro to IPv6Duration: 12:52
Mike walks through routing and switching concepts using IPv6. Learn to understand the simplicity of this protocol and how it allows for easy deployment in ever-changing environments.
IPv6 AddressingDuration: 15:09
Learn how to address IP shortcuts, handle IPv6 addressing and how special addressing components are handled.
IPv6 in ActionDuration: 12:59
Mike discusses IPv6 configurations, how IPv6 is handled by routers, and how it’s detected in a network and on the Internet.
IPv4 and IPv6 TunnelingDuration: 5:20
Because most ISPs don't provide IPv6 access, you need to use a tunneling protocol to get to the IPv6 Internet. Mike goes through the processes required.
Telephony TechnologiesDuration: 8:59
In this episode, Mike tours telephony technologies that paved the way for modern remote connectivity.
Optical CarriersDuration: 3:08
In this episode, Mike explores the backbone connections of the Internet.
Packet SwitchingDuration: 4:56
Mike discusses several monster technologies of packet switching, such as frame relay, ATM and MPLS.
Connecting with Dial-UpDuration: 4:53
In this episode, Mike walks down memory lane, explaining how modems and PPP enable dial-up connectivity.
Digital Subscriber LineDuration: 4:32
Mike talks about DSL, how it’s used and some of the characteristics that have been applied to access the Internet.
Connecting with Cable ModemsDuration: 4:16
In this episode, Mike explores cable modems, one of the most common high-speed connection types.
Connecting with SatellitesDuration: 2:30
In this exciting episode, Mike talks about connecting to the Internet from outer space!
ISDN and BPLDuration: 4:01
In this episode, Mike looks at two more methods for connecting the Internet, ISDN and BPL.
Remote Desktop ConnectivityDuration: 4:49
In this episode, Mike shows how you can work on computers remotely through the Internet using tools like Tight VNC, Microsoft's RDP and remote help.
Advanced Remote Control SystemsDuration: 8:42
Mike looks at Industrial Control Systems and the broader scale Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition technologies.