Network +

Course Details : Network +

Overview

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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Virtual Classroom
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New York

Course Fee

3000

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Schedule

What you will learn

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Networking Concepts

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

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Infrastructure

Determine & explain the appropriate cabling, device and storage technologies

Maintenance

Network Operations

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

Maintenance

Network Security

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

Outline


Networks and Their Basic Components:

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

Class-1

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

Class-2

Media and Cabling Distribution

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

Class-3

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

Class-4

Virtualization and Cloud Computing

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

Class-5

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

Class-6

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

Class-7

Routing

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

Class-8

Wide Area Networks (WANS)

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

Class-9

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

Class-10

Network Availability:

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

Class-11

Network Management:

Simple Network Management Protocol Network Logging Remote Access Configuration Management

Class-12

Troubleshooting:

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

Class-13

Networking Tools and the Command Line:

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

Class-14

Prerequisites

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