CompTIA Network + N10-006

CompTIA Network + N10-006
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The CompTIA Network+ certification measures a network administrator's basic understanding of networking components and concepts. Get the essential information you need to become a certified CompTIA Network+ administrator, including networking basics, the physical components of a network infrastructure, and techniques on how to manage and administer a network. The Network Plus certification confirms a technician's critical knowledge of media and topologies, protocols and standards, network implementation and network support. This exam will certify that the successful candidate has the knowledge and skills required to troubleshoot, configure and manage common network wireless and wired devices.

Knowledge and skills include:

Module 1 Introduction To Networking

1.1 Introduction

1.2 Networking 101

1.3 Networking Models And Topologies

1.4 Network Components And Services

1.5 Becoming A Network Professional

Module 2 Networking Standards

2.1 Introducing Network Standards

2.2 OSI/RM

2.3 IEEE Network Standards

Module 3 Network Cabling And Transmission

3.1 Transmission Fundamentals

3.2 Copper Media Types

3.3 Optical Media Types

3.4 Specialty Connectors And Cabling

3.5 Lan Infrastructure Wiring

Module 4 Understanding TCP/IP

4.1 Overview Of TCP/IP

4.2 TheProtocol Suite ­Part 1

4.3 The Protocol Suite ­Part 2

4.4 IPV4 Addressing­ Part 1

4.5 IPV4 Addressing­ Part 2

4.6 Create IPV4 Subnets­ Part 1

4.7 CreateIPV4 Subnets ­Part 2

4.8 IPv6 Adressing

4.9 Transitioning To IPv6

4.10 IP Address Assignment Services ­Part 1

4.11 IP Address Assignment Services­ Part 2

4.12 Name Resolution Services ­Part 1

4.13 Name Resolution Services­ Part 2

Module 5 Network Devices

5.1 Introduction To Network Devices

5.2 Physical Layer Devices

5.3 Data Link Layer Devices ­Part 1

5.4 Data Link Layer Devices­ Part 2

5.5 Network Layer Devices­ Part 1

5.6 Network Layer Devices ­Part2

5.7 Additional Network Devices

Module 6 Wireless Network

6.1 Wireless Networking Fundamentals

6.2 Wireless Networking Standards

6.3 Wireless Security Fundamentals

6.4 Planning For Wireless Networks

Module 7 Wide Area Network

7.1 WAN Fundamentals

7.2 Wired WAN Connections

7.3 Wireless WAN Connectors

7.4 Fiber WAN Connections

Module 8 Remote Access

8.1 Introduction To Remote Networking

8.2 Authenticating Remote Connections

8.3 Understanding Virtual Private Networks

Module 9 Network Security

9.1 Network Security 101

9.2 Planning For Network Security Part 1

9.3 Planning For Network Security Part 2

9.4 Planning For Network Security Part 3

9.5 Identifying Threats And VulnerabilitiesPart 1

9.6 Identifying Threats And Vulnerabilities Part 2

9.7 Identifying Threats And Vulnerabilities Part 3

9.8 Protecting The Network Part 1

9.9 Protecting The Network Part 2

9.10 Protecting The Network Part 3

9.11 Protecting The Network Part 4

9.12 Incident Response And Computer Forensics

Module 10 Building Scalable High Performance Networks

10.1 Maintaining Business Continuity Part 1

10.2 Maintaining Business Continuity Part 2

10.3 Virtualization And Cloud Computing Part 1

10.4 Virtualization And Cloud Computing Part 2

10.5 Virtualization And Cloud Computing Part 3

10.6 Virtualization And Cloud Computing Part 4

10.7 Unified Communication

Module 11 Monitoring And Troubleshooting Networks

11.1 Network Safety Fundamentals

11.2 Maintaining And Monitoring Networks Part 1

11.3 Maintaining And Monitoring Networks Part 2

11.4 Maintaining And Monitoring Networks Part 3

11.5 Maintaining And Monitoring Networks Part 4

11.6 Troubleshooting Methodology Part 1

11.7 Troubleshooting Methodology Part 2

11.8 Understanding Troubleshooting Tools Part 1

11.9 Understanding Troubleshooting Tools Part 2

11.10 Troubleshooting Network Issues Part 1

11.11 Troubleshooting Network Issues Part 2

11.12 Course Outro

  1. CompTIA Net+ - Chapter 1
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Client Server Networks
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Physical Topologies
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Physical Bus Topologies
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Physical Star Topologies
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Physical Ring Topologies
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Physical Mesh Topologies
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Point to Point Topologies
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Hybrid Topologies
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Backbones and Segments
  1. CompTIA Net+ - Chapter 2
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OSI Model Overview
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OSI Model Overview
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Internetworking Models
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Advantages of Reference Models
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OSI Model and Layer Functions
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TCP Reliability
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TCP Flow Control and Packet Acknowledgement
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Routing at Layer 3
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Data Encapsulation
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Multiplexing
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Numbering Systems
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Base and Broad Band
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Bit Rate and Baud Rate
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Wavelength
  1. CompTIA Net+ - Chapter 3
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Media Cables and Connectors Overview
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Media Cables and Connectors Overview
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Physical Media
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Coax Media Cables and Connectors
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Twisted-Pair Media Cables and Connectors
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FiberOptic Media Cables and Connectors
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UTP and BNC Couplers