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CompTIA Network+ N10-007

Course Description

26 Hours

162 Videos

CompTIA Network+ helps students develop a career in IT infrastructure covering troubleshooting, configuring, and managing networks. It covers all exam (N10-007) objectives and additional topics that provide background and context. Demonstrations and instructor commentary throughout the course come from real-world experience. Included are examples and tips that the network professional can use in a production network environment. This course is ideal for an individual developing a career in an IT infrastructure group.

What will you learn?

During this network course, you will learn concepts that cover troubleshooting, network management, installation, and configuration of networks.  Specifically, in this course, you will learn the following:

  • Describe networking concepts
  • Explain the function and installation of network infrastructure components
  • Describe network operations concepts and implementation
  • Describe network security concepts and implementation
  • Explain network troubleshooting techniques and tool usage

For more information on the requirements for the CompTIA Network+ certification, visit the CompTIA website.

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Course Syllabus

Network+ (N10-007) Module 1 – Networking Concepts

  1. Intro Network Plus N10 007
  2. Basic Networking
  3. Activity Basic Networking
  4. OSI Model
  5. Exploring the OSI Model- Act
  6. Protocol and Ports
  7. Activity Examining Protocols and Ports
  8. Connection-oriented vs. connectionless
  9. Activity Comparing TCP and UDP
  10. Internet Protocol (IP)
  11. Activity Examining the Lower Layer Protocols
  12. Layer 7 Remote Control Protocols
  13. Layer 7 File Transfer Protocols
  14. Layer 7 Messaging Protocols
  15. Activity Examining Messaging Protocols
  16. Layer 7 Web Traffic Protocols
  17. Layer 7 Streaming Media Protocols
  18. Layer 7 Infrastructure Management Protocols
  19. Switching
  20. Activity Creating Collision and Broadcast Domains
  21. Interface Properties and Segmentation
  22. Activity Creating a Basic Network Segment
  23. Switching prt 2
  24. Activity Switching
  25. Switching Loop Management
  26. Activity Managing Switching Loops
  27. VLANs
  28. Activity Creating VLANs
  29. routing
  30. Activity Examining ARP
  31. IP Addressing Basics
  32. Activity Configuring IP
  33. Routers
  34. Activity Setting Up a Router
  35. Routing Basics
  36. Activity Adding Static Routes
  37. VLAN Routing
  38. Activity Routing Between VLANs
  39. NAT/PAT
  40. Activity Configuring NAT/PAT
  41. Routing Protocols
  42. Activity Configuring a Routing Protocol
  43. Firewalls
  44. Activity Configuring Firewalls
  45. Advanced Switching and Routing Concepts
  46. Activity Exploring IPv6
  47. Performance Concepts
  48. IP Addressing
  49. Subnetting
  50. Activity Learning to Subnet
  51. Address Assignments
  52. Network Types and Topologies
  53. Wireless Topologies
  54. Network Types
  55. Technologies that Facilitate the Internet Of Things (IoT)
  56. Wireless Technologies
  57. 802.11 Standards
  58. Wi-Fi Frequencies
  59. Wi-Fi Antenna Concepts
  60. Bluetooth
  61. Cellular
  62. Activity Using an RF Spectrum Analyzer
  63. cloud concepts
  64. Activity Exploring Cloud Services
  65. Network Services
  66. Activity Setting up DNS
  67. DHCP Service
  68. Activity Setting Up DHCP
  69. NTP

Network+ (N10-007) Module 2 – Infrastructure

  1. Module 2 – Infrastructure
  2. Activity Testing a Fiber Optic Cable
  3. Plenum vs. PVC
  4. Activity Crimping on an RJ-45 Connector
  5. Transceivers
  6. Activity Terminating Cable to a 110 Block
  7. Copper Cable Standards
  8. Activity Creating a Crossover Cable
  9. Ethernet Deployment Standards
  10. Network Device Placement and Installation
  11. Repeater
  12. Router
  13. Modem
  14. Activity Setting up a WAP
  15. Firewall
  16. Media Converter
  17. Advanced Network Devices
  18. Wireless Controller
  19. Proxy Server
  20. Activity Configuring Proxy Settings
  21. VPN Concentrator
  22. Virtual Networking Components
  23. Network Storage Types
  24. WAN Technologies
  25. Transmission Mediums
  26. Activity Configuring WAN Links
  27. Termination

Network+ (N10-007) Module 3 – Network Operation

  1. Change Management
  2. IDF-MDF Documentation
  3. Labeling
  4. Logical vs Physical Diagrams
  5. Network Operations Documentation
  6. Rack Diagrams
  7. Standard Operation Procedures
  8. Using Documentation Act
  9. Wiring and Ports Locations
  10. Continuity and Disaster
  11. MTTR Mean Time Repair
  12. Recovery
  13. Backing Up Your Data Act
  14. Event Management
  15. Metrics
  16. Scanning Monitoring Patching
  17. Testing the Network Act
  18. HTTPS-Management
  19. Out-of-Band Management
  20. RDP
  21. Remote Access Methods
  22. Remote File Access
  23. Making Remote Connections Act
  24. SSH
  25. VNC
  26. Policies and Best Practices
  27. Creating Policies and Procedures Act

Network+ (N10-007) Module 4 – Network Security

  1. Physical Security Devices
  2. Examining Security Devices Act
  3. Authentication and Access
  4. Access Controls Methods Act
  5. Multifactor Authentication
  6. Basic Wireless Network Security
  7. Demonstrating the Need for Wireless Act
  8. Common Network Attacks
  9. Conducting a Phishing Campaign Act
  10. Network Device Hardening
  11. Supporting Secure Authentication Encryption Act
  12. Updating Firmware
  13. Explain Common Mitigation Techniques
  14. Implementing a Honey Pot Act

Network+ (N10-007) Module 5 – Network Troubleshooting and Tools

  1. Network Troubleshoot
  2. Hardware Tools Analyzers
  3. Troubleshooting With Hardware Tools Act
  4. Software Tools Command Line
  5. Troubleshooting with Command Line Tools Act
  6. Software Tools
  7. Troubleshooting with Software Tools Act
  8. Using the Appropriate Tools
  9. Physical Issues
  10. Traffic Flow Issues
  11. Transceiver Issues
  12. Troubleshoot Common Wired Connectivity
  13. Troubleshooting Signal Problems
  14. Troubleshooting Transceiver Problems
  15. Incorrect WAP Types
  16. Latency and Jitter
  17. Troubleshoot Common Wireless Connectivity
  18. Troubleshooting WAP Issues
  19. Advanced Network Issues
  20. Case Study Troubleshooting
  21. DHCP Issues
  22. Firewall ACL Issues
  23. Troubleshooting Common Network
  24. Unresponsive Services
  25. Outro N10 007

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