CompTIA Network+

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In this course students learn skills that help prepare for the CompTIA Network+ certification, 2005 objectives (exam N10-003). The course describes the major networking technologies, systems, skills, and tools used in modern PC-based computer networks.

Who Should Attend:

This course is intended for individuals who are employed as a Systems Administrator, Systems Engineer and IT Manager

At course completion:

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
•Identify the basic components of network theory
•Identify the major network communications methods
•Identify network data delivery methods
•List and describe network media and hardware components
•Identify the major types of network implementations
•Identify the components of a TCP/IP network implementation
•Identify the major services deployed on TCP/IP networks
•Identify characteristics of a variety of network protocols
•Identify the components of a LAN implementation
•Identify the components of a WAN implementation
•Identify major issues and technologies in network security
•Identify the components of a remote network implementation
•Identify major issues and technologies in disaster recovery
•Identify major data storage technologies and implementations
•Identify the primary network operating systems
•Identify major issues, models, tools, and techniques in network troubleshooting.

Module 1:  Networking Theory

•Networking Terminology
•Network Building Blocks
•Standard Network Models
•Network Topologies
•Network Categories

Module 2:  Network Communications Methods

•Transmission Methods
•Media Access Methods
•Signaling Methods

Module 3:  Network Data Delivery

•Data Addressing and Delivery
•Network Connection Mechanisms
•Reliable Delivery Techniques

Module 4:  Network Media and Hardware

•Bounded Network Media
•Unbounded Network Media
•Noise Control
•Network Connectivity Devices

Module 5:  Network Implemenations

•The OSI Model
•Client Network Resource Access
•Ethernet Networks
•Token Ring Networks
•Fiber Distributed Data Interface (FDDI) Networks
•Wireless Technologies and Standards

Module 6:  Networking with TCP/IP

•Families of Protocols
•The TCP/IP Protocol
•Default IP Addresses
•Custom IP Addresses
•The TCP/IP Protocol Suite


•IP Address Assignment Methods
•Host Name Resolution
•NetBIOS Name Resolution
•TCP/IP Utilities
•TCP/IP Upper-Layer Services
•TCP/IP Interoperability Services

Module 8:  Other Network Protocols

•The NetBEUI Protocol
•The IPX/SPX Protocol
•The AppleTalk Protocol
•The IP Version 6 (IPv6) Protocol

Module 9:  Local Area Network (LAN) infrastructure

•Bridges and Switches
•IP Routing Topology
•Static IP Routing
•Dynamic IP Routing
•Controlling Data Movement with Filters and VLANs

Module 10:  Wide Area Network (WAN) infrastructure

•WAN Switching Technologies
•WAN Transmission Technologies
•WAN Connectivity Methods
•Voice Over Data Systems

Module 11:  Network Security

•Network Threats
•Virus Protection
•Local Security
•Network Authentication Methods
•Data Encryption
•Internet Security

Module 12:  Remote Networking

•Remote Network Architectures
•Terminal Services Implementations
•Remote Access Networking Implementations
•Virtual Private Networking

Module 13:  Disaster Recovery

•Planning of Disaster Recovery
•Data Backup
•Fault Tolerance Methods

Module 14:  Network Data Storage

•Enterprise Data Storage Techniques
•Network-Attached Storage (NAS
•Storage Area Network (SAN) Implementations  

Module 15:  Network Operating Systems

•Microsoft Operating Systems
•Novell NetWare
•UNIX and Linux Operating Systems
•Macintosh Networking

Module 16:  Network Troubleshooting

•Troubleshooting Models
•TCP/IP Troubleshooting Utilities
•Hardware Troubleshooting Tools
•System Monitoring Tools
•Network Base lining
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