LEARN TO WORK ON ANY NETWORK!
CompTIA Network+ certification proves that you have the knowledge and skills necessary to install, manage and troubleshoot a variety of networks on any platform!
The complicated nature of today's computing environment requires network technicians to be skilled in a variety of networking environments. Businesses worldwide need professionals who can
provide multi-vendor networking solutions.
The natural progression in the IT career path after A+ certification is to learn networking and certify
your knowledge so current and future employers can be confident when they offer you a raise or new employment that you can be an integral part in the life cycle and development of the business
computer network. An individual certified as a Network+ technician has proven himself or herself to
be fundamentally competent; has proven a solid base of knowledge and expertise in networking technologies.
The CompTIA Network+ certification exam covers a wide range of vendor and product neutral
A study conducted by Fairfield Research and Certification Magazine shows that getting certified
can lead to a 12% increase in salary or close to a $6,000 raise!
Prequisites for CompTIA Network+ Certification Training:
Should have at least 6 months to 1 year computer technician experience or A+ certification
This course does not assume any previous knowledge or experience in computer networking. .
This CompTIA Network+Certificationcovering the latest objectives certifies that you
successfully can describe the features and functions of network components, know the layers of an OSI model, have the skills needed to install, configure, and troubleshoot basic networking
hardware peripherals and protocols. The series starts very basic but then also covers intermediate and ultimately the most advanced networking concepts.
This Network+ Certification Package is thorough, comprehensive, and completely covers the
objectives for the recently updated CompTIA Network+ curriculum. Watching these videos is very similar to attending classroom instruction. You'll get a combination of theory and practical
instruction as you progress through the lessons.
Our Network+ self-study materials are designed to maximize your learning experience.
Just look at the material you will be able to cover... and then MASTER!
Objective 1.1 - The OSI and TCP/IP Models The OSI and TCP/IP Models
OSI Layer 7 OSI Layer 6 OSI Layer 5 OSI Layer 4 OSI Layer 3 OSI Layer 2 OSI Layer 1 LAN Compared with the OSI Model TCP/IP Architecture Demo - OSI Review Objective 1.1 Review
Objective 1.9 - Virtual Networks Virtual Networks Virtual Computers Virtualization Concerns and Risks Demo - Viewing VM Components
Cloud Computing Cloud Deployment Cloud Categories Risks and Concerns Objective 1.9 Review
Objective 2.1 - Installing and Configuring Routers and Switches
Installing and Configuring Routers and Switches Installing Routers and Switches Demo - Routing NAT Objective 2.1 Review
Objective 2.2 - Installing and Configuring Wireless Networks
Installing and Configuring Wireless Networks The 802.11 Standard The 802.11 Family 802.11 Networking Configuration Options Configuring Wireless Clients RADIUS Demo - Setting Up Wi-Fi
Objective 2.2 Review
Objective 2.3 - DHCP DHCP Static IP Addressing DHCP and DHCPv6 IPv4 Lease Process IPv6 Lease Process IPv6 Router Flags M and O Flags Demo - DHCP
Objective 2.3 Review
Objective 2.5 - Troubleshooting Router and Switch Problems Troubleshooting Router and Switch Problems Common Problems Demo - Troubleshooting a Switch Demo - Troubleshooting a Router
Objective 2.5 Review
Objective 2.6 - Planning and Implementing a SOHO Network Planning and Implementing a SOHO Network Purposes of a Plan Creating a Plan Ongoing Planning
Implementing a Plan Network Cable Objective 2.6 Review
Objective 3.1 - Standard Media Types Standard Media Types Fiber Optic Cable Twisted-pair Cable Common UTP Categories
Additional TP Categories Stranded vs. Solid Straight-through, Cross-over, Rollover Pin Numbering of RJ-45 Connector T1 Crossover Cable Coaxial Cable RG Standards Plenums Media Converters
Single-mode Fiber to UTP Broadband Over Power Line Access BPL BPL Modem Objective 3.1 Review
Objective 3.2 - Standard Connector Types Standard Connector Types Fiber Optic Connectors
Fiber Optic Connector Types Twisted-pair Connectors Pin Numbering of RJ-45 Connector Thinnet Connectors Terminating Coax with BNC RG-6 and RG-59 Connectors Serial Connectors Serial Cable
Serial Console Connections Serial Cable Types Serial Data Rates Typical UTP Installation Telecommunications Room Termination Choices Punchdown Block Wire Placement Objective 3.2 Review
Objective 3.3 - Wireless Standards Objective 3.3 - Wireless Standards Wireless Standards The 802.1x Standard The 802.11 Standard Access Point Major Wireless Protocols
Device Compatibility Channels Channel Bonding MIMO Objective 3.3 Review
Objective 3.4 - WAN Technologies WAN Technologies
Wide Area Networks Packet vs. Circuit Switching
Demo - Packet Switching WAN Connections POTS/PSTN ISDN DSL Cable Satellite Wireless WiMAX Cellular T and E Lines X.25 and Frame Relay ATM SONET and SDH DWDM PON
Objective 3.4 Review
Objective 3.5 - Network Topologies Network Topologies Local Area Networks Network Topologies Logical Network Topologies Peer-to-peer Model Decentralized
Peer-to-peer Authentication Client/Server Model A Client/Server LAN Client/Server Authentication Star Topology Bus Topology Ring Topology Mesh Topology Hybrid Topology
Point-to-point vs. Point-to-multipoint MPLS Label Edge Routers Demo - Topology Objective 3.5 Review
Objective 5.3 - User Authentication User Authentication AAA Authentication Factors One-factor Authentication Two-factor Authentication Three-factor Authentication
Single Sign-on Kerberos Kerberos System Components Kerberos Data Types Kerberos Authentication Process CHAP EAP PPPoE Mutual Authentication Cryptography ROT13 Cipher Keys
Symmetric Encryption in Action Public Key Cryptography Asymmetric Encryption in Action Demo - Encryption Public Key Cryptography Public Key Infrastructure Setup and Initialization Phase
RADIUS RADIUS Authentication TACACS+ TACACS+ vs. RADIUS 802.1x Objective 5.3 Review
Objective 5.4 - Network Security Threats Topic A: Attacks and Threats
#NAME? Wireless Security Threats Vulnerabilities of Access Points Wi-Fi Scanners War Chalking Symbols Denial-of-Service Attacks Distributed DoS Attacks DDoS Countermeasures
Man-in-the-Middle Attacks Buffer Overflow FTP Bounce Attacks Smurf Attacks Malware Social Engineering Attack Types Social Engineering Countermeasures Topic B: Mitigation
Antivirus Software Securing the Operating System Windows Update Updates Patch Management Security Policies Acceptable Use Due Care Privacy Separation of Duties Need to Know
Password Management Account Expiration Service-level Agreement Disposal and Destruction Human Resources Policies Incident Response Policy Preparation Detection Containment Eradication
Recovery Follow-up Education Communication User Awareness Demo - Vulnerability Objective 5.4 Review
Objective 5.5 - Installing and Configuring a Firewall
Installing and Configuring a Firewall Firewalls and Proxies Firewall Categories Security Zones Intranet Zone Perimeter Network DMZ Options Screened Host Bastion Host
Three-homed Firewall Back-to-back Firewalls Dead Zone Traffic Filtering NAT and PAT Port Address Translation Firewall Administration Rule Planning Demo - Firewall Rules Port Security
Objective 5.5 Review
Objective 5.6 - Network Security Appliances and Methods Network Security Appliances and Methods Assessment Types Vulnerability Assessments Vulnerability Testing Tools
Demo - Scanning Intrusion Detection Events NIDS IDScenter for Snort Example Snort Rule HIDS Advantages of HIDS over NIDS Honeypots and Honeynets Honeypot Examples
Honeypot Deployment Objective 5.6 Review Course Closure
Here is an example of what people people are saying about this Network+ Certification Self-Study:
"This straightforward, compact nature of this series addressed all of the CompTIA objectives and
gave our employees the understanding needed to prepare for the Network+ Certification exam. The product is filled with demonstrations on the interactive CDs and computer based training! By
utilizing all media types in this product gave us success ratios much higher than before utilizing only one format." LinkAge Consulting 06/13
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