Self Paced Self Paced    

CompTIA N+, Self Paced

42 hours | Entry Level |  Professional Development  |  Leads to Certification

Purpose

Preparation for Certification Exam

Description

The CompTIA Network+ N10-006 Complete Video Course introduces you to the networking concepts and skills you need to pass your Network+ N10-006 exam and demonstrate expertise in professional network support. You?ll get expert knowledge for working with routers, switches, and network addressing, implementing VPNs, web, and voice services, and much more. This course is most appropriate if you are an IT student, Network+ exam candidate, or want to start or advance in a networking career.

Audience

IT professionals with a PC support background, looking to become IT network practitioners.

Objectives
  • Explain computer network features such as packet switching and the OSI and TCP/IP layered models. Identify and explain common Application Layer services and protocols. Explain and compare the operation of Transport Layer protocols. Explain the characteristics of an IP network, internetwork routing and routing protocols. Identify different types and purposes of IPv4 addresses. Calculate IPv4 subnets and masks. Identify and describe IPv6 addresses. Explain the operation of Ethernet and LAN switching processes, including VLANs and STP. Identify and describe WAN technologies. Describe and compare the features and installation of wired and wireless networking media. Apply basic security techniques to mitigate identified network threats and vulnerabilities. Apply fundamental network design, configuration and troubleshooting methods.
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Instructor Led Instructor Led

CompTIA N+, Instructor Led

36 hours | Entry Level |  Professional Development  |  Leads to Certification

Purpose

Preparation for Certification Exam

Description

The CompTIA Network+ N10-006 Complete Video Course introduces you to the networking concepts and skills you need to pass your Network+ N10-006 exam and demonstrate expertise in professional network support. You?ll get expert knowledge for working with routers, switches, and network addressing, implementing VPNs, web, and voice services, and much more. This course is most appropriate if you are an IT student, Network+ exam candidate, or want to start or advance in a networking career.

Audience

IT professionals with a PC support background, looking to become IT network practitioners.

Objectives
  • Explain computer network features such as packet switching and the OSI and TCP/IP layered models. Identify and explain common Application Layer services and protocols. Explain and compare the operation of Transport Layer protocols. Explain the characteristics of an IP network, internetwork routing and routing protocols. Identify different types and purposes of IPv4 addresses. Calculate IPv4 subnets and masks. Identify and describe IPv6 addresses. Explain the operation of Ethernet and LAN switching processes, including VLANs and STP. Identify and describe WAN technologies. Describe and compare the features and installation of wired and wireless networking media. Apply basic security techniques to mitigate identified network threats and vulnerabilities. Apply fundamental network design, configuration and troubleshooting methods.
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