Network+ Certification Prep


Network+ Certification Prep, Singapore SKillsFuture elarning online course

Course Description

The Network+ Certification Prep Course readies students for CompTIA's Network+ Certification exam which is a vendor-neutral certification allowing IT professionals to gain expertise in configuring, managing, installing, troubleshooting and maintaining basic computer networks. With top experts and an interactive, lab-filled environment, students gather essential knowledge of network configuration, technologies and installations as well as topologies and media security and management. The Network+ certification by CompTIA is an internationally recognized and coveted credential providing proof of a student's knowledge, skills and ability to manage, maintain, troubleshoot, install, operate and configure a basic network infrastructure. This course prepares the student for the CompTIA Network+ Certification exam N10-006.


Course Objectives

1. 7 Layers of the Open Systems Interconnect (OSI) Model
2. TCP/IP System Interconnect Model
3. Open Systems Interconnect Model Comparison
4. IPv4 Notation
5. Private IPv4 Networks
6. IPv6 Addressing
7. The Purpose of Routing and Switching
8. Explain the Common Networking Protocols
9. Installing and Configuring
10. Network Management


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Content

7 Layers of the Open Systems Interconnect (OSI) Model

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OSI Model Overview - Layer 7

OSI Model Overview - Layer 6-3

OSI Model Overview - Layer 2-1

OSI Data Flow

Terminology

Communication between layers, Layer 3 & 4 Examples, and Memory Mnemonics

TCP/IP System Interconnect Model

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TCP/IP System Interconnect Model - Layer 4

TCP/IP System Interconnect Model - Layer 3-1

Open Systems Interconnect Model Comparison

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Open Systems Interconnect Model Comparisons

Application Layer Examples

IPv4 Notation

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iPv4 Addresses and Base 2 Binary Numbers

Decimal - Binary Numbers

Why iPv4 Addressing Part 1

Why iPv4 Addressing Part 2

The Big Picture (DNS, IPv4, MAC) Part 1

The Big Picture (DNS, IPv4, MAC) Part 2

Purpose and Properties of IP Addressing

iPv4 Bitwise Notation

IPv4 Classful Addressing Notation

Subnetting

Private IPv4 Networks

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Private IPv4 Networks

NAT’ing Part 1

NAT’ing Part 2

Unicast, Broadcast, Multicast, and APIPA (Automatic Private IP Addressing)

IPv6 Addressing

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iPv6 Addressing Part 2

MAC Addressing

iPv6 Addressing Part 1

The Purpose of Routing and Switching

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The Purpose of Routing and Switching Part 1

The Purpose of Routing and Switching Part 2

Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) Routing

Spanning Tree Protocol

Virtual Local Area Networking

Explain the Common Networking Protocols

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Default TCP/UDP Ports and Common Networking Protocols

DNS Concepts and Components

Network Troubleshooting

Identify Virtual Network Components

VTP Configuration

Installing and Configuring

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Things to Remember

Repeaters Part 1

Repeaters Part 2

Backhauling

Antennae

Purpose and Properties DHCP

Troubleshooting Wireless Networks

Troubleshooting Routers and Switches Part 1

Troubleshooting Routers and Switches Part 2

Environment limitations in a SOHO Network

Standard Media Types and Associated Properties Part 1

Standard Media Types and Associated Properties Part 2

Standard Media Types and Associated Properties Part 3

Standard Media Types and Associated Properties Part 4

Compare and Contrast Wireless Standards

WAN Types and Properties Part 1

WAN Types and Properties Part 2

Network Topologies Part 1

Network Topologies Part 2

Troubleshooting Common Physical Connectivity Problems

Network Management

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Compare and Contrast Different LAN Technologies

The Purpose and Features of Various Network Appliances and Troubleshooting Connectivity Issues

Software Tools to Troubleshoot Connectivity Issues

Network Traffic Analysis and Configuration Management Documentation

Appropriate Wireless Security Measures

Network Access Security and Methods of User Authentication

Methods of User Authentication Part 2

Network Threats, Vulnerabilities, and Mitigation techniques Part 1

Network Threats, Vulnerabilities, and Mitigation techniques Part 2

Network Threats, Vulnerabilities, and Mitigation techniques Part 3

Install and Configure a Basic Firewall

Types of Network Security Appliances and Methods

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