Network+ Certification Prep (N10-006) Course
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- Language: English
- You will identify and describe all the major networking technologies, systems, skills, and tools in use in modern PC-based computer networks, and learn information and skills that will be helpful as you prepare for the CompTIA Network+ certification examination, 2005 objectives (exam number N10-003).
- 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.
- Topic 1A: Networking Terminology
- Topic 1B: Network Building Blocks
- Topic 1C: Standard Network Models
- Topic 1D: Network Topologies
- Topic 1E: Network Categories
- Topic 2A: Transmission Methods
- Topic 2B: Media Access Methods
- Topic 2C: Signaling Methods
- Topic 3A: Data Addressing and Delivery
- Topic 3B: Network Connection Mechanisms
- Topic 3C: Reliable Delivery Techniques
- Topic 4A: Bounded Network Media
- Topic 4B: Unbounded Network Media
- Topic 4C: Noise Control
- Topic 4D: Network Connectivity Devices
- Topic 5A: The OSI Model
- Topic 5B: Client Network Resource Access
- Topic 5C: Ethernet Networks
- Topic 5D: Token Ring Networks
- Topic 5E: Fiber Distributed Data Interface (FDDI) Networks
- Topic 5F: Wireless Technologies and Standards
- Topic 6A: Families of Protocols
- Topic 6B: The TCP/IP Protocol
- Topic 6C: Default IP Addresses
- Topic 6D: Custom IP Addresses
- Topic 6E: The TCP/IP Protocol Suite
- Topic 7A: IP Address Assignment Methods
- Topic 7B: Host Name Resolution
- Topic 7C: NetBIOS Name Resolution
- Topic 7D: TCP/IP Utilities
- Topic 7E: TCP/IP Upper-layer Services
- Topic 7F: TCP/IP Interoperability Services
- Topic 8A: The NetBEUI Protocol
- Topic 8B: The IPX/SPX Protocol
- Topic 8C: The AppleTalk Protocol
- Topic 8D: The IP Version 6 (IPv6) Protocol
- Topic 9A: Bridges and Switches
- Topic 9B: IP Routing Topology
- Topic 9C: Static IP Routing
- Topic 9D: Dynamic IP Routing
- Topic 9E: Controlling Data Movement with Filters and VLANs
- Topic 10A: WAN Switching Technologies
- Topic 10B: WAN Transmission Technologies
- Topic 10C: WAN Connectivity Methods
- Topic 10D: Voice Over Data Systems
- Topic 11A: Network Threats
- Topic 11B: Virus Protection
- Topic 11C: Local Security
- Topic 11D: Network Authentication Methods
- Topic 11E: Data Encryption
- Topic 11F: Internet Security
- Topic 12A: Remote Network Architectures
- Topic 12B: Terminal Services Implementations
- Topic 12C: Remote Access Networking Implementations
- Topic 12D: Virtual Private Networking (VPN)
- Topic 13A: Planning for Disaster Recovery
- Topic 13B: Data Backup
- Topic 13C: Fault Tolerance Methods
- Topic 14A: Enterprise Data Storage Techniques
- Topic 14B: Clustering
- Topic 14C: Network Attached Storage (NAS)
- Topic 14D: Storage Area Network (SAN) Implementations
- Topic 15A: Microsoft Operating Systems
- Topic 15B: Novell NetWare
- Topic 15C: UNIX and Linux Operating Systems
- Topic 15D: Macintosh Networking
- Topic 16A: Troubleshooting Models
- Topic 16B: TCP/IP Troubleshooting Utilities
- Topic 16C: Hardware Troubleshooting Tools
- Topic 16D: System Monitoring Tools
- Topic 16E: Network Baselining
Appendix B: OSPF Route Discovery and Maintenance
Appendix C: Additional IP Addressing and Subnetting Practice"
To ensure the successful completion of Network+ Certification (Fourth Edition), we recommend completion ofone of the following courses, or equivalent knowledge:
- Windows operating system, or equivalent skills and knowledge, is required.
- Students can take any one of the following Element K courses: Windows 98: Introduction, Windows Millennium Edition: Introduction, Windows 2000: Introduction, or Windows XP: Introduction.
- CompTIA A+ certification, or the equivalent skills and knowledge, is helpful but not required. Students may wish to take both of the following Element K courses: A+â¢ Certification: Core Hardware Third Edition â A CompTIA Certification and A+â¢ Certification: Operating Systems Third Edition - A CompTIA Certification.
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