Introduction to Global Networks


Developed for the US Department of Defense, Introduction to Global Networks is a collection of six self-paced lessons that are designed to explain the key elements essential to understanding global networks and how they function. There are excercises and activities throughout to check the learner's knowledge of the concepts involved.

The lessons include:

  1. Fundamentals of Global Networks
  2. Architecture and Services of the Internet and the PSTN
  3. Internet Communication and the Services Models
  4. The Internet
  5. Public Switched Telephone Networks
  6. Switching Techniques


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