This CompTIA Network+ course is designed as a complete package to prepare students for Network+, CompTIA's new certification exam, and to provide a strong foundation in PC-based network software and hardware components. CompTIA's Network+ is intended as a student path for entering into networking, and the logical stepping stone to follow A+ certification. The CompTIA Network+ Course includes both lecture and hands on exercises mapped to CompTIA's Exam Blueprint for Network+.
The Network+ certification is part of the DOD 8570 directive. Learn more.
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30 hours of instructor-led training by one of the best certified instructors in the industry.
After intensive training and test preparation, you will be taking the CompTIA Network+ Exam (exam N10-006) at the training location, on the last day.
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15 dedicated testing stations for students.
High-speed wireless Internet access for your laptops at the training center.
Since the release of the certification test CompTIA Network+ almost 10,000 individuals have attempted the certification, making it the most popular entry-level security test.
Each day the CompTIA Network+ boot camp starts at 8:00 am sharp and continues until 6:00 pm.
Exam targeted for technicians with some experience in IT industry. Typical student would have CompTIA A+ certification or equivalent knowledge, but CompTIA A+ certification is not required.
CompTIA's Network+ certification
CompTIA Network+ is a comprehensive approach to both preparing a student for CompTIA's new Network+ exam and developing proficiency in networking fundamentals, network protocols, cabling and devices, network design/implementation/troubleshooting, installation/maintenance of the TCP/IP client, and installation of Windows NT 4.0 and Netware 4.X.
Technicians gain skills needed for Network+ certification, an industry recognized credential.
Builds a strong foundation in PC-based network features, benefits, cost concerns, performance issues, and troubleshooting.
Provides digital videos, simulations and practice exams for self-study after course is completed.
The OSI Model
LANs and WANs
Topology and Physical Layout
Channel Access Methods
Token Ring Devices
Installing and Configuring a Modem
Troubleshooting the Hardware
Effects of Environment on Networks
Physical/Logical Indicators of Trouble
Common Network Tools
Science of Troubleshooting
Directional Troubleshooting Model
Bridges, Brouters, and Routers
Remote Connectivity, About POTS & ISDN
Protocols and the OSI Model
Subnetting and Routing
Address Classes and Subnetting
Routing and Routers
Host Name Resolution
NetBIOS Name Resolution
Proxies and Firewalls
File Transfer Protocol
Remote Access Protocols (Serial/PPTP)
Servers, Workstations, and Hosts
Types of Networks (Windows NT, Novell NetWare & UNIX)