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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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All lunches, exam voucher, and also CompTIA CALQ Approved curriculum and more.
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.
FREE test voucher!! That's a $244 value!!
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.
   

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COMP-NET+-3-Day Authorized CompTIA Network+ Boot Camp
Duration: 3 days
Price: $ 1995.00
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 Course Timings - 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. M-F
 Evening Course Timings - 5 p.m. - 10 p.m. (weekdays) & 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. (weekends)
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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
Network Adapters
Network Cabling
  • LANs and WANs
  • Communication Methods
  • Twisted-Pair Cabling
  • Twisted-Pair Connectors
  • Coaxial Cable
  • Fiber Optic
Topology and Physical Layout
  • Topologies
  • Repeaters
  • Channel Access Methods
  • Ethernet Devices
  • 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
  • Troubleshooting Documentation/Tools
  • Miscellaneous Devices
Bridges, Brouters, and Routers
Remote Connectivity, About POTS & ISDN

 

   

Protocols and the OSI Model
Transport Protocols
Network Names
TCP/IP Fundamentals
Subnetting and Routing
Address Classes and Subnetting
Routing and Routers
Name Resolution
  • Host Name Resolution
  • NetBIOS Name Resolution
Proxies and Firewalls
Troubleshooting Tools
  • Telnet
  • File Transfer Protocol
Remote Access Protocols (Serial/PPTP)

 

   

Servers, Workstations, and Hosts
Types of Networks (Windows NT, Novell NetWare & UNIX)
Network Clients
Directory Services
Administrative Utilities
User Management Under Windows NT
User Management Under NetWare
Accessing Resources on NT Server
  • Universal Naming Convention (UNC)
  • NTFS & Share Permissions
  • Mapping Network Drives
  • Printing
Accessing Resources on NetWare Server
  • NDS Context
  • Drive Mapping
  • Printing
Optimizing/Maintaining NT Server
  • Using the Event Viewer
  • Maintenance & Diagnostic Tools
Monitoring and Optimization
  • 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
  • Troubleshooting Documentation/Tools
  • Miscellaneous Devices
Bridges, Brouters, and Routers
Remote Connectivity, About POTS & ISDN
 

   
 


 
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