Network +

Course Details : Network +


Network+ (Network Plus) is a mid-level certification for network technicians. This certification is designed to test the competency of a mid-level network technician in supporting and configuring TCP/IP clients in terms of network design, cabling, hardware setup, configuration, installation, support, and troubleshooting.

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New York

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What you will learn


Networking Concepts

Explain the purpose of a variety of networking concepts and implement them appropriately



Determine & explain the appropriate cabling, device and storage technologies


Network Operations

Use best practices to manage the network, determine policies & ensure business continuity


Network Security

Summarize physical security & common attacks while securing the wired and wireless network


Networks and Their Basic Components:

Overview of network Network Components Network Resources Network Geography Wide Network Topology Wireless Network Topology Internet of things (IOT)


OSI Model:

Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) Layer 1 (Physical Layer) Layer 2 (Data Link Layer) Layer 3 (Network Layer) Layer 4 (Transport Layer) Layer 5 (Session Layer) Layer 6 (presentation Layer) Layer 7 (Application Layer) TCP/IP Model TCP/IP Model Data transfer over Networks Ports and protocols


Media and Cabling Distribution

Media (Copper) Building a cable Media (Fiber) Transceivers Cable Distribution Wiring a network Testing the Network


Ethernet Fundamentals

Ethernet Fundamentals Network Infrastructure Devices Hands on with Devices Additional Ethernet Switch Features Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) Specialized Network Devices


Virtualization and Cloud Computing

Virtual Network Devices Voice Over IP (VOIP) Cloud Computing Virtualization and Cloud Computing


Wireless Networks

Wireless Networking (WLAN) WLAN Service Sets Wireless Antennas Hands-on with Antennas Wireless Frequencies Wireless Security Hands-on with Wireless When Security Fails


IP Addressing

IP Addresses IPV4 Addressing IPv4 Data Flows Assigning IP Addresses Computer Mathematics Subnetting Subnetting Practice Subnetting By Hand IPv6 Addresses IPv6 Data Flows



Routing Fundamentals Routing tables Routing protocols Address Translation (NAT and PAT) Multicast Routing


Wide Area Networks (WANS)

Wide Area Networks (WAN) WAN Technologies (Part 1) WAN Technologies (Part2) Hands-on WANs


Network Security

The CIA Triad Network Security Attacks (Part 1) Network Security Attacks (Part 2) Network Security Attacks (Part 3) Protecting the Network Security Policies Mortifications Authentication Firewall Hands-on Firewalls Hand–on Software Firewall IDS and IPS Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) IPSec


Network Availability:

High Availability Designing Redundant Recovery Site Qualities of Service QoS categorization Qos Mechanisms


Network Management:

Simple Network Management Protocol Network Logging Remote Access Configuration Management



Network Troubleshooting Methodology Troubleshooting (Layer 1) Troubleshooting (Layer 2) Troubleshooting (Layer 3) Troubleshooting (wireless) Troubleshooting Problems


Networking Tools and the Command Line:

Networking Tools (Part1) Networking Tools (Part2) Windows Command Line UNIX Command Line Conclusion:



No Prerequisites

Class lab

What you’ll learn

CompTIA Labs hosted by Learn on Demand Systems allow students to learn in actual software applications through a remote lab environment. The labs align with The Official CompTIA Instructor and Student Guides and allow students to practice what they are learning using real, hands-on experiences. Students have access to the software environment for 12 months after they redeem their access key, providing a fantastic resource for students to practice their skills.

Labs Available:

  • 1.Exploring the Lab Environment
  • 2.Configuring Ethernet Networking
  • 3.Configuring IPv4 Networking
  • 4.Configuring IPv4 Subnets
  • 5.Configuring IPv6 Networking
  • 6.Configuring Address Assignments
  • 7.Configuring Routing
  • 8.Using Port Scanning Tools
  • 9.Configuring DNS Servers
  • 10.Configuring Application Protocols
  • 11.Using Event Management and Performance Monitors
  • 12.Configuring a NAT Firewall
  • 13.Securing Appliance Administration with RADIUS Authentication
  • 14.Configuring Secure Access Channels

Who should attend

Anyone can Attend