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WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
CompTIA is a not-for-profit trade association with the purpose of advancing the interests of IT professionals and IT channel organizations and its industry-leading IT certifications are an important part of that mission. CompTIA's Network+ certification is a foundation-level certification designed for IT professionals with around one year of experience, whose job role is focused on network administration.
This course is intended for entry-level computer support professionals with a basic knowledge of computer hardware, software, and operating systems who wish to increase their knowledge and understanding of networking concepts and acquire the required skills to prepare for a career in network support or administration, or who wish to prepare for the CompTIA Network+ certification. CompTIA Network+ is the first certification IT professionals specializing in network administration and support should earn. Network+ is aimed at IT professionals with job roles such as network administrator, network technician, network installer, help desk technician, and IT cable installer.
This course is also designed for students who are seeking the CompTIA Network+ certification and who want to prepare for the CompTIA Network+ N10-007 Certification Exam.
A typical student taking the CompTIA Network+ course should have a minimum of nine months of professional computer support experience as a PC or help desk technician. To ensure your success in this course, you should possess basic Windows® and Linux® user skills and a fundamental understanding of computer and networking concepts. You can obtain this level of skills and knowledge by taking the following official CompTIA courses:
• The Official CompTIA® A+® Core 1 (Exam 220-1001)
• The Official CompTIA® A+® Core 2 (Exam 220-1002)
This program will be conducted with interactive lectures, PowerPoint presentation, discussion, and practical exercise.
In this course, you will describe the major networking technologies and systems of modern networks and configure, manage, and troubleshoot modern networks.
• Explain the OSI and TCP/IP Models.
• Explain properties of network traffic.
• Install and configure switched networks.
• Configure IP networks.
• Install and configure routed networks.
• Configure and monitor ports and protocols.
• Explain network application and storage issues.
• Monitor and troubleshoot networks.
• Explain network attacks and mitigations.
• Install and configure security devices.
• Explain authentication and access controls.
• Deploy and troubleshoot cabling solutions.
• Implement and troubleshoot wireless technologies.
• Compare and contrast WAN technologies.
• Use remote access methods.
• Identify site policies and best practices.
Topic A: Explain OSI Model Layers
Topic B: Explain the TCP/IP Suite
Topic A: Explain Media Types and Access Methods
Topic B: Deploy Ethernet Standards
Topic C: Configure and Monitor Network Interfaces
Topic A: Install and Configure Hubs and Bridges
Topic B: Install and Configure Switches
Topic C: Compare and Contrast Network Topologies
Topic D: Compare and Contrast Network Types
Topic A: Configure IPv4 Addressing Components
Topic B: Test IP Interfaces with Command Line Tools
Topic C: Configure IPv4 Subnets
Topic D: Configure Private and Public IPv4 Addressing Schemes
Topic E: Configure IPv6 Addressing Components
Topic F: Configure DHCP Services
Topic A: Explain Characteristics of Routing
Topic B: Install and Configure Routers
Topic A: Explain the Uses of Ports and Protocols
Topic B: Use Port Scanners and Protocol Analyzers
Topic C: Explain the Use of Name Resolution Services
Topic D: Configure DNS and IPAM Services
Topic A: Explain the Uses of Network Applications
Topic B: Explain the Uses of Voice Services and Advanced Networking Devices
Topic C: Explain the Uses of Virtualization and Network Storage Services
Topic D: Summarize the Concepts of Cloud Services
Topic A: Monitor Network Interfaces and Logs
Topic B: Explain Network Troubleshooting Methodology
Topic C: Troubleshoot Common Network Services Issues
Topic A: Summarize Common Networking Attacks
Topic B: Explain the Characteristics of VLANs
Topic C: Explain the Characteristics of NAT and Port Forwarding
Topic A: Install and Configure Firewalls and Proxies
Topic B: Explain the Uses of IDS/IPS and UTM
Topic A: Explain Authentication Controls and Attacks
Topic B: Explain the Uses of Authentication Protocols and Directory Services
Topic C: Explain the Uses of Port Security and NAC
Topic D: Implement Network Device Hardening
Topic E: Explain Patch Management and Vulnerability Scanning Processes
Topic A: Deploy Structured Cabling Systems
Topic B: Deploy Twisted Pair Cabling Solutions
Topic C: Test and Troubleshoot Twisted Pair Cabling Solutions
Topic D: Deploy Fiber Optic Cabling Solutions
Topic A: Install and Configure Wireless Technologies
Topic B: Troubleshoot Wireless Performance Issues
Topic C: Secure and Troubleshoot Wireless Connectivity
Topic A: Compare and Contrast WAN Core Service Types
Topic B: Compare and Contrast WAN Subscriber Service Types
Topic C: Compare and Contrast WAN Framing Service Types
Topic D: Compare and Contrast Wireless and IoT WAN Technologies
Topic A: Use Remote Access VPNs
Topic B: Use Remote Access Management Methods
Topic A: Manage Networks with Documentation and Diagrams
Topic B: Summarize the Purposes of Physical Security Devices
Topic C: Compare and Contrast Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Concepts
Topic D: Identify Policies and Best Practices
Appendix A: Mapping Course Content to CompTIA® Network+® (Exam N10-007)
Mohd Adam Kane
Started training in early 1997 after returning from Singapore and have been actively participating in IT projects and consultation while conducting freelance training. He was a Senior Trainer with Info Trek focus on Unified Communications, Messaging Infrastructure, Network Infrastructure Management and Microsoft Server Systems.He brings to the classroom for all to share his many years of experience in project roll out and consultancy such as Operating System Migration, Messaging Infrastructure Deployment & Migration, System Center Deployment, Data Center Planning & Management, Identity Management, Unified Communication Implementation, Disaster Recovery, Fibre Network Implementation, High Availability Deployment and Network Management. Read More
Faisal holds a M.B.A (Marketing), American International College Labore, MIT (3rd Semester) in Virtual University Lahore and B.COM in Punjab University Lahore. He is a Cisco and networking professional with broad experience in managing IT services, training, and end-user support. Read More
Ravendran s/o Subramaniam
Ravendran Subramaniam has been involved in Cisco Network since 2002, doing setup Cisco router and switch network setup for companies. He freelances for various training centers such as Info Trek, Slanix Computer Base, Redynamics, Global Knowledge and many others. Read More
K L Ramasankara Rao
A highly competent and experienced systems and security implementation specialist and instructor with experience of system and security administration. Possessing a proven ability to impart the necessary knowledge and skills to IT professionals necessary for them to manage the day-to-day running of an IT department and its business IT systems. Extensive knowledge of monitoring and controlling data security within guidelines to ensure compliance and report on possible improvements. Well mannered, articulate and able to act as point of contact for colleagues and external clients. As a CCIE in Data Center, managing of data center networks are through software defined networks (SD-WAN) and through Implementing Cisco Network Programmability. Read More