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I like your use of the 8 x 12 form of the Windows built-in Raster Command Line Font for these videos (because I just think that font is cool).
So what stops people from creating and propogating a virus that modifies Internet protocols, thus making the internet unusable?
I use OpenDNS. Most times it doesn't matter BUT one time the DNS server for my local ISP went out for a day and everyone who used that DNS couldn't use the internet. Lucky for me, I wasn't using that.
You don't know jack; I pirated this video and downloaded it to my HDD, pfft stream.
what happened? where the last one
1:40 – uh oh.. prepare for some spam packets.
Please correct the traceroute default gw error
You forgot Layer 8: the User layer.
If an network support guy says someone had a Layer 8 issue, that's a nice way of saying the user was being an idiot.
The idea can be extended with the organisation the user was a part of being a ninth layer, and the laws of the country it operates in being a tenth.
This series has been extremely informative and super easy to process.
UDP does not apply the checksum across the data payload. It only applies to the port numbers and parts of the IP header to make sure the packet didn't go to the wrong place.
You'll never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy outside of Washington DC.
ISP…ISP . . .ISP . . .Ispspecific impulseKERBAL SPACE PROGRAM
I like fast women and fast connections
I hate to say it, but that first line in the output from traceroute is not her computer, but the address of the gateway it's connected to though it's local ethernet (or the Wifi hotspot).
First time I've heard a Router called a Rooter.
You guys and gals need to do an episode on the deep web and dark web
man i had problems understanding the OSI system and this video explains it in the best way possible in 10 minuets!! double like
Amazing. With internet I can watch sexy nerd telling me how awesome the internet is.
It's pronounced "Meh OS"
Thank you soo much for this video. Never really understood the concept of UDP and TCP in college..You explained it really well.
love this channel so much, really appreciate the efforts. Keep up the great work. And DFTBA!!!!!!
Did they just give away their ip address?
Network fundamentals in a nutshell. Definitely going to refer this vid to my pals interested in network administration.
Obi Wan Kenobi – more like Obi Lan Kenobi.I hereby claim for this the title of the nerdiest joke ever conceived in the history of the internet
Lol now I must watch all these 12 min videos for my project of my English course
What textbooks do you recommend for computer scientists and engineers? I would like to read them all, but I'm not batman. (or superman)
So is the IP header in a UDP/TCP packet the public or private IP? If it's the public how does it get translated into a private IP or mac address?
You are an amazing person sharing this details! Thank you so much for such a great presentation…! If you have this as an online course I am totally in!
Can you do a series of detailed computer networking videos?Plzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.
Carrie Anne talks very fast! She also knows her stuff. I’ll need to watch these lovely well constructed videos several times to really take on board the information but I’ve love every second! Thanks for producing such clear concise and highly enjoyable videos. Magic. 👍
I guess that the port number is not "three thousand four hundred seventy eight" but "three four seven eight".
I love this video, but the transition noise was a bit distracting. You go, girl xo
I am simply just concentrated on the fact of that letter sent by stan. I seriously wanted to know what is that matter
great courses, but you speak WAAAAY too fast lol. Hard to keep up.
the internet is a communist weapon that is being used to turn america into a left wing country
Great information…need to slow it down when speaking…thanks
for the checksum, consider we have data 1+2+3+4+5 = 15, and the data changes to 2+2+2+4+5 = 15.Here the checksum remains same but the data is corrupted, how to handle such cases?
what is the main working mechanism behind the internet? can someone please answer this. Im taking a Computer Fundamentals class and I really need help
10:06 had to change the speed to 0.75 lmao
Wow, thank you! Subscribed and liked immediately!!! 🙂
if 55 people could undislike this video and 2,100 people could unlike this video along with 8,208,245 more people watching it,that would be great
very helpful video
I mean, damn, it's a good video
Everyone involved in this : thank you ! This series is AMAZING !
3:57 "Yo! :)" (in ASCII/UTF8)
I'm always waiting for new levels of abstraction
Very good video! Even I understood it, Thank you
WHAT WAS STAN TRYING TO TELL HANK
This series is amazing! Thanks a lot
A jumbled mess of nonsense
This video is amazing! Thank you
Thank you for all the knowledge. Learned a lot.
why not make an alternate TCP where the transmitter just sends the whole thing and the receiver simply sums which packets didnt come in and rerequest those until the whole thing is complete. I know this wouldnt work with all applications, but most will work just fine without clogging the bandwidth with so many requests and acknowledgements
It is amazing that how you can explain such a complex topic like computer networks clearly and in such a short time!!!
Easily understood such a complex topic! Many thanks.These videos are gold.
you must do a cours on the deep web and Etical hacking
speed 0.75 (trust me.)
I'm in love with this channel!!! The way you represent every topic is so clear. Thank you so much Carrie Anne and PBS😁
At 8:45, when I do that, I get a different message:
This site can’t be reached ldfkgdofg.com’s server IP address could not be found.
Anyone care to explain why and how it is different?
0:158.4M views -> 17 thumbs down. Well that's being optimistic.
Why did I go to college when I could’ve just watched YouTube videos which I’m doing anyway?
Can you please talk faster? 500 words/minute just isn't fast enough.
Best teaching approach I have found. Thank You.
but how big are cables that transmit data from, lets say, america and europe?
God Bless Crash Course. I'm forever grateful of their services to humankind.
LMAO! She said doobalydo. That's a technical term right?
Good video, but I have no idea why so many of the narrators on videos like this rush through the explanations. Slow down. People are learning.
Jokes on you- I didn’t stream this. I sent someone to download this video, burn it on a disk, then play it for me off an old portable DVD player. Now he’s writing this comment for me. Checkmate, computer lady.
Boom, neurons explode, this video was awesome and need to watch it again later.
This is exceptionally well done. Brilliant animations and love the discussion on abstraction (used a lot in CS topics and something that can add confusion at first but eventually becomes super helpful and you get why its done so much!). Gonna watch all of your vids now. Cheers.
This video sums up my entire networking course in a thousandth of the time. Truly amazing stuff, I absolutely love the level of detail that goes into these videos!
Now I know what it means "DNS prove finished no internet"
this is my revision for my digital technology a level exam tomorrow morning hahaha
I love this , thank you🙏🏼 , all of you
LEARNING.. SO.. MUCH…! Also, overwhelmed af.
Amazing. Thank you! 🌟
shes so hot
Thank you very much! This lesson is very usefull for my class (I'm a IT teacher).
She talks quite fast for me but she is very CUTE!!
Does this UDP-checksum perform an end-around carry?
2:20Bold of you to assume that I live there.
The video is totally worth watching!Now i get it:IP – is simply what and where to sendUDP – on top of IP provides ports and packaging but does not ensure the delivery, just informs when the data is corruptedTCP – on top of IP also provides ports and packaging, but insures the delivery (thus increasing the network load)
And you're layer 8
Why you people talk so quickly. It is hard to understand by non English person.
has my youtube auto increased playback speed?
Might be worth noting that your home "router" is actually a switch, a router, and wireless AP combined.
the session layer wasnt explained that well
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