IP Addressing and Internet Protocols Principles

1 Day / 2 Live Online Sessions (0900-1230) / Technical Level: Level 3

Course Code: IP1305

Course Summary

A course designed to give the new IP engineer a grounding in IPv4 Addressing whilst also exploring the typical routing protocols and essential components that will be encountered. The course also looks inside a typical router and explains the workings of the routing or forwarding table.

Who would benefit

All engineers who are moving into an IP centric world and need a grounding in the workings of IPv4; especially those that need a grounding in IPv4 addressing and subnet masks as well as needing to interpret output from a typical router.


Internetworking, Ethernet LANs and VLANs Principles or equivalent prior knowledge of LANs and Ethernet switching.

Topic Areas Include

  • The purpose of routing

  • Building a route table

  • The TCP/IP suite

  • The IP addressing scheme

  • Subnet mask and determination of a packet’s destination

  • IPv6

  • Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)

  • Domain Name System (DNS)

  • Routing principles

  • Interior and exterior routing