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CompTIA N10-006: CompTIA Network+

Course Description

25.6 Hours

76 Videos

Brand new CompTIA Network+ 006 (2015) Certification is a worldwide recognized qualification which validates the skills of networking professionals. The qualification recognizes a technician’s ability to describe the features and functions of network components and to manage, maintain, troubleshoot, install, operate and configure basic network infrastructure.

This course makes sure the successful candidate has the knowledge and skills required to implement a defined network architecture with basic network security. Furthermore, a successful candidate will be able to configure, maintain, and troubleshoot network devices using appropriate network tools and understand the features and purpose of network technologies. Candidates will be able to make basic solution recommendations, analyze network traffic, and be familiar with common protocols and media types.


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Course Syllabus

Module 1: Introduction To Networking

  1. Introduction
  2. Networking 101
  3. Networking Models And Topologies
  4. Network Components And Services
  5. Becoming A Network Professional

Module 2: Networking Standards

  1. Introducing Network Standards
  2. OSI And RM
  3. IEEE Network Standards

Module 3: Network Cabling And Transmission

  1. Transmission Fundamentals
  2. Copper Media Types
  3. Optical Media Types
  4. Specialty Connectors And Cabling
  5. Lan Infrastructure Wiring

Module 4: Understanding TCP/IP

  1. Overview Of TCP-IP
  2. The Protocol Suite – Part 1
  3. The Protocol Suite – Part 2
  4. IPV4 Addressing – Part 1
  5. IPV4 Addressing – Part 2
  6. Create IPV4 Subnets – Part 1
  7. Create IPV4 Subnets – Part 2
  8. IPv6 Addressing
  9. Transitioning To IPv6
  10. IP Address Assignment Services – Part 1
  11. IP Address Assignment Services – Part 2
  12. Name Resolution Services – Part 1
  13. Name Resolution Services – Part 2

Module 5: Network Devices

  1. Introduction To Network Devices
  2. Physical Layer Devices
  3. Data Link Layer Devices – Part 1
  4. Data Link Layer Devices – Part 2
  5. Network Layer Devices – Part 1
  6. Network Layer Devices – Part 2
  7. Additional Network Devices

Module 6: Wireless Network

  1. Wireless Networking Fundamentals
  2. Wireless Networking Standards
  3. Wireless Security Fundamentals
  4. Planning For Wireless Networks

Module 7: Wide Area Network

  1. WAN Fundamentals
  2. Wired WAN Connections
  3. Wireless WAN Connectors
  4. Fiber WAN Connections
  5. Common Wan Issues

Module 8: Remote Access

  1. Introduction To Remote Networking
  2. Authenticating Remote Connections
  3. Understanding Virtual Private Networks

Module 9: Network Security

  1. Network Security 101
  2. Planning For Network Security – Part 1
  3. Planning For Network Security – Part 2
  4. Planning For Network Security – Part 3
  5. Identifying Threats And Vulnerabilities – Part 1
  6. Identifying Threats And Vulnerabilities – Part 2
  7. Identifying Threats And Vulnerabilities – Part 3
  8. Protecting The Network – Part 1
  9. Protecting The Network – Part 2
  10. Protecting The Network – Part 3
  11. Protecting The Network – Part 4
  12. Incident Response And Computer Forensics

Module 10: Building Scalable High Performance Networks

  1. Maintaining Business Continuity – Part 1
  2. Maintaining Business Continuity – Part 2
  3. Virtualization And Cloud Computing – Part 1
  4. Virtualization And Cloud Computing – Part 2
  5. Virtualization And Cloud Computing – Part 3
  6. Virtualization And Cloud Computing – Part 4
  7. Unified Communication

Module 11: Monitoring And Troubleshooting Networks

  1. Network Safety Fundamentals
  2. Maintaining And Monitoring Networks – Part 1
  3. Maintaining And Monitoring Networks – Part 2
  4. Maintaining And Monitoring Networks – Part 3
  5. Maintaining And Monitoring Networks – Part 4
  6. Troubleshooting Methodology – Part 1
  7. Troubleshooting Methodology – Part 2
  8. Understanding Troubleshooting Tools – Part 1
  9. Understanding Troubleshooting Tools – Part 2
  10. Troubleshooting Network Issues – Part 1
  11. Troubleshooting Network Issues – Part 2
  12. Conclusion

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