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Network +

Duration 5 days


The CompTIA Network+ qualification is recognised globally and attests to the holder’s basic competency in network planning, installation, troubleshooting, and general management. The Network+ training scheme consists of five days of classroom based hands-on workshop coupled with home study.

The workshop provides help and practice with exam techniques plus the theory tested in the exam. Delegates will work through a series of practical activities as they build up a network from scratch, install and configure network clients and servers, then securely attach the network to the internet. Typical software delegates will be exposed to include Windows 2003 and Windows 2008, Linux and Apple Macs. Documentation consists of a specially written commercial self-study guide, classroom notes, mock exam tests, labs and handouts

Topics covered in the workshop are:

Network Fundamentals

  • Network Elements
  • Physical Topologies
  • Physical Media
  • Common Network Connectivity Devices


The OSI model

  • Introduction to OSI
  • The Lower Layers
  • The Middle Layers
  • The Upper Layers


Real world Network Protocols

TCP/IP Fundamentals

  • Introducing TCP/IP
  • Transmission Control Protocol
  • Internet Layer Protocols
  • Application Layer protocols
  • Ports & Sockets
  • Understanding IP Addressing & Subnetting
  • Address Classes & CIDR
  • Proxying, NAT & Private ranges
  • VLANs
  • DNS resolution


TCP/IP Utilities

  • Arp
  • Netstat
  • NBTStat
  • FTP
  • PING
  • Tracert
  • Telnet
  • NSLookup


Network Operating Systems (NOS)

  • Windows Features, versions and usage
  • Novell NetWare
  • UNIX/Linux
  • Macintosh

Wired & Wireless networks

  • Pre-installation
  • Wireless networking & configuration
  • Network installation tools

WAN & Remote Access Technologies

  • RAS requirements
  • Connection methods
  • Protocols


Network Access & Security

  • Accessing Network resources
  • Managing Users accounts & Password Security
  • Firewalls
  • Typical hacker attacks
  • Encryption
  • Security Policies


Fault Tolerance & Disaster Recovery

  • Hot/Warm/Cold sites
  • Power management
  • Disk system tolerance
  • Backup/Restore methods
  •  Virus protection


Network Troubleshooting

  • Narrowing down the problem
  • Troubleshooting steps
  • Resources
  • Tips


 

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