CompTIA Network+ Excellist learning center
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    Course details

    CompTIA Network+ is a vendor neutral networking certification that is trusted around the world. It validates the essential knowledge and skills needed to confidently design, configure, manage and troubleshoot any wired and wireless networks. CompTIA Network+ certified individuals are in-demand worldwide.

    Overview

    The stakes are high. Data networks are more crucial for businesses than ever before. They are the lifeline to the critical financial, healthcare and information services that need to function at the highest, most secure level. With a CompTIA Network+ certification, you will possess the key skills to troubleshoot, configure and manage these systems and keep your company productive


    Job Responsibilities
    Configure and operate a variety of networking products.
     

    Target Audience
    Comprehensive approach to both preparing a student for CompTIA's Network+ exam and developing proficiency in networking fundamentals and advanced networking topics.
     

    Prerequisites

    Exam targeted for technicians with 18-24 months experience in IT industry. Typical student would have A+ certification or equivalent knowledge, but A+ certification is not required.

     

    Course Outline:

     

    1 Networking fundamentals
    Why do we need Network?
    A brief Survey of Networking
    Mainframes 
    The PC Revolution
    The development of local Area networks (LANs) 
    The development of wide area Networks (WANs) 
    Other Networks
    Intranets
    Segments and Backbones
    The Internet
    Extranets
    Network Topologies
    Point-to-Point topologies
    Broadcast Topologies - 1
    Broadcast Topologies - 2
    Broadcast Topologies - 3 
    Co-operative Networking 
    Peer-to Peer Networking
    Client/server Networking 
    Master/slave Networking
    Features and benefits of Networks

    2 Network Protocols
    What is a network protocol?
    The need for Standards
    OSI 7-Layer Reference Model - Basics
    OSI 7-Layer Reference Model - Layer
    OSI 7-Layer Reference Model - Protocols 
    Protocol Data Unit (PDU)
    Data flow 
    Data Link Sublayers
    Addressing

    Service Access point (SAP)
    MAC Addresses
    Network Addresses
    Network Devices and the 7-layer Model The Need for Network Devices
    Main Types of Network Devices
    Repeaters
    Hubs

    Multistation Access Units-token RingMAU
    Bridges
    Transporting Bridging
    Problems with transporting Bridging -loops
    Spanning tree Algorithm

    Switched Hubs

    The Network Layer and Packet Routing
    Brouters
    Gateways
    Major network Protocols

    Transmission control protocol-TCP/IP
    Novell Netware Protocols
    Apple talk Protocols
    NetBIOS Extended User Interface 
    (NetBEUI)
    other Network Protocol
    802 standards 
     

    3 Physical links & interfaces
    Basic Physical Network Components
    Network Adapter cards
    Network card configuration
    Coaxial cabling
    types of coaxial cabling: thinnet (10base2)
    cabling

    Thinnet Connectors & Terminators
    thicknet (10Base5) Cabling
    Coaxial Cabling Considerations
    Cabling: Twisted pair

    Twisted pair connectors
    Using a crimping tool
    Cable Categories
    Fiber Optic Cabling
    Structured Cabling
    Remote Connectivity Modems
    Direct Connections - Leased Lines
    Dial-up Networking - POTS
    Operation
    UART
    RS-232
    DB-9 Connectors

    Null Modem Connection
    Modem Speeds
    Modem Standards
    Modem Installation
    Modem Troubleshooting
    Modem Diagnostics
    Integrated Services Digital Network - ISDN
    Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN)
    Terminal Adaptors
    Comparison of ISDN and PSTN
    Other Connectors

     

    4 LAN Technologies
    Overview of LAN Technologies
    Ethernet Operation
    Early Ethernet Implementations
    Ethernet Frame Formats
    Ethernet Limitations
    Faster Ethernet Standards
    Token Ring

    IBM Token Ring: Physical Specification
    Token Ring Frame Format
    FDDI 
    FDDI Specifications and Standards
    FDDI Physical Connections
    FDDI Fault Tolerance
    FDDI Frame Format
    Other LAN Technologies
     

    5 WAN Technologies
    Features of WAN Technologies
    Remote Connection Types
    Direct Connections - Leased Lines
    High-level Data Link Control - HDLC
    Circuit-switched Networks
    Serial Line Internet Protocol - SLIP
    Dial-up Networking via the internet
    Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP)
    Packet-switched Networks
    X.25
    X.25 and the OSI Reference Model
    Frame Relay
    Frame Relay Operation
    Frame Format
    Asynchronous Transfer mode (ATM)

     

    6 Network Operating Systems and Applications
    Overview of Network Operating Systems
    Resource Sharing
    Principal Networking Operating Systems
    Microsoft Windows NT/2000
    Novell Netware
    UNIX
    Network Operating System Interoperability
    Client Based Interoperability
    Gateway Based Interoperability
    Choosing a Network Operating System
    Network Applications
    E-Mail and X.400
    Directory Services and X.500
    Distributed Applications

     

    7 Fundamentals of TCP/IP History
    Standards
    TCP/IP Protocols and Architecture
    Comparison with OSI Architecture
    Network Interface Layer
    Internet Layer - Internet Protocol (IP)
    IP Packet Structure
    Address Resolution Protocol (ICMP)
    Internet Group Management Protocol(IGMP)
    Transport Layer
    Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)
    TCP Segment Structure
    UDP Datagram Structure IP Addressing
    Network ID and Host ID
    Classes of IP Address
    IP Address Restrictions

    Private IP Addresses
    Subnet Masks and Routing
    Static vs Dynamic Routing
    Static Routing
    Dynamic Routing
    Dynamic Routing Protocols
    Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR)

    Ipv6 - IP version 6
    TCP/IP Utilities
    Remote Execution Utilities
    Printing Utilities
    Diagnostic Utilities

     

    8 TCP/IP Applications
    Ports and Sockets
    Automatic TCP/IP Configuration - DHCP
    DHCP Mechanisms
    DHCP Implementation
    Name Resolution
    Hostname Resolution using the HOSTS File
    FQDN Resolution using DNS (Domain 
    Name System)
    Domain Name System (DNS)
    DNS Name Space
    Zones of Authority
    Name Server Roles
    Name Resolution
    Domain Registration
    NetBIOS Name Resolution using the
    LMHOSTS File
    Name Resolution by NetBIOS Name
    Server - NBNS
    Advantages of NBNS
    Integrating WINS and DNS
    Internet Access
    Overview of the Internet
    The World Wide Web
    Hypertext Mark-up Language
    Browsers
    Internet Service Providers
    Firewalls
    Proxy Servers
    E-mail
    Using E-mail Simple Mail Transfer Protocol - SMTP
    Post Office Protocol Version 3 (POP3)
    Other TCP/IP Utilities 
    File Transfer Protocol - FTP
    Trivial File Transfer Protocol - TFTP
    Terminal Emulation - TELNET
    Simple Network Management Protocol - SNMP
    Management Information Base - MIB
    SNMP Communities and Security

     

    9 Network Administration
    Overview of Network Administration
    Managing Hardware and Software
    Making Network Resources Available
    User Accounts
    User Privileges

    User Profiles

    Assigning Permissions to Shared resources
    Choosing a File System
    Network Security
    Threats - Internal and External
    Password Policies
    Data Encryption
    Viruses
    Internet Issues
    Preserving Data
    Physical Failures
    Media Failures - Disk Crashes
    Disk Mirroring
    Disk Duplexing
    Disk Striping With Parity

    System Failures

    Mirrored Servers
    Network Failures
    Power Supply Problems
    Software Bugs
    Accidental Damage to Data
    Back-up Strategies
    Full Backup Strategy
    Differential Backup Strategy
    Incremental Backup Strategy
    Disaster recovery Planning
    Optimizing Performance
    Network Troubleshooting
    Step-by Step Troubleshooting
    Common Problems

    Center Benefits - CEH Ethical Hacker Courses:

    • Venue: Onsite
    • EC Council Official CEH Curriculum
    • EC Council Certified Trainers

    • Computer Labs: 1 PC for each student

    • Ajman Free Zone Accredited Institute

    • Pearson UK Accredited Institute.

     • Certificate of Attendance

     

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