Target audience and course prerequisites
CompTIA Network+ is aimed at IT professionals with job roles such as network administrator, network technician, network installer, help desk technician and IT cable installer.
Ideally, you should have successfully completed the “CompTIA A+ Support Skills” course, achieved CompTIA A+ certification, and have around 9-12 months’ experience of networking support or IT administration. It is not necessary that you pass the A+ exams before completing Network+ certification, but it is recommended.
Regardless of whether you have passed A+, it is recommended that you have the following skills and knowledge before starting this course:
- Configure and support PC, laptop, mobile (smartphone / tablet), and print devices.
- Know basic network terminology and functions (such as Ethernet, TCP/IP, switches, routers).
- Configure and manage users, groups, and shared resources in a simple SOHO network.
- Understand the use of basic access control measures, such as authentication, security policy, encryption, and firewalls.
This course will teach you the fundamental principles of installing, configuring, and troubleshooting network technologies and help you to progress a career in network administration. It will prepare you to take the CompTIA Network+ exam by providing 100% coverage of the objectives and content examples listed on the syllabus. Study of the course can act as groundwork for more advanced training.
The CompTIA Network+ credential proves knowledge of networking features and functions and is the leading vendor-neutral certification for networking professionals. Worldwide nearly 500,000 individuals are CompTIA Network+ certified and 91% of hiring managers indicate CompTIA certifications are valuable in validating IT employee skills and expertise. Dell, HP, Sharp, Xerox and Ricoh are among the companies that employ Network+ certified staff and it is supported by top organizations, such as Apple, Best Buy, Canon, Cisco, Intel and U.S. Navy.
On course completion, you will be able to:
- Describe the features of different network protocols and products for LANs, WANs, and wireless networks.
- Understand the functions and features of TCP/IP addressing and protocols.
- Identify threats to network resources and appropriate security countermeasures.
- Install and configure network cabling and appliances.
Manage, monitor, and troubleshoot networks.
Module 1: Topologies and Infrastructure
- Topologies and the OSI Model:
Key Features of Networks • Clients and Servers • Network Topologies • The OSI Model • Physical Layer • Data Link Layer • Network Layer • Transport Layer • Upper Layers • OSI Model Summary
Transmission Media • Signaling and Modulation • Media Access Control • Ethernet Frames • Legacy Ethernet Standards • Modern Ethernet Standards • MAC Addressing • Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) • Protocol Analyzers
- Hubs, Bridges, and Switches:
Hubs and Bridges • Switches • Managing Switches • Switch Interface Configuration • Virtual LANs (VLAN) • Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) • Power over Ethernet (PoE)
- Infrastructure and Design:
Network Infrastructure Implementations • Planning an Enterprise Campus Network • Planning a SOHO Network • Planning an Industrial Control System • TCP/IP Protocol Suite
Module 2: Addressing and Routing
- Internet Protocol:
Internet Protocol Address Format • Subnet Masks • ipconfig / ifconfig • IP Routing Basics • ICMP and ping
- IPv4 Addressing:
IPv4 Addressing Schemes • Subnetting and Classless Addressing • Planning an IPv4 Addressing Scheme • Public Internet Addressing • Multicast and IGMP
- DHCP and APIPA:
IPv4 Address Autoconfiguration • Configuring DHCP • Labs • Configuring DHCP Clients and Servers
- IPv6 Addressing:
IPv6 Address Format • IPv6 Addressing Schemes • IPv6 Address Autoconfiguration • Migrating to IPv6
Routing Basics • Routing Algorithms and Metrics • Routing Protocols • Administrative Distance and Route Redistribution • IPv4 and IPv6 Internet Routing • High Availability Routing • Installing and Configuring Routers • Routing Troubleshooting Tools
Module 3: Troubleshooting and Management
- Transport Protocols:
Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) • User Datagram Protocol (UDP) • TCP/IP Ports • netstat
- Name Resolution:
Host Names and FQDNs • Domain Name System (DNS) • Configuring DNS Servers • nslookup and nbtstat
Troubleshooting Procedures • Identifying the Problem • Establishing a Probable Cause • Establishing a Plan of Action • Troubleshooting Connectivity Issues • Troubleshooting Configuration Issues • Troubleshooting Internetworking • Troubleshooting Services
- Applications and Services:
TCP/IP Services • Web Services (HTTP / HTTPS) • File Transfer Services (FTP / TFTP / SMB) • Email Services (SMTP / POP / IMAP) • Voice Services (VoIP and VTC) • Real-time Services Protocols • Quality of Service • Packet Shapers • Load Balancers • Multilayer Switches
- Management and Monitoring:
Performance Monitoring • Network Monitoring Utilities • Logs • Analyzing Performance Metrics • Simple Network Management Protocol • Remote Administration Tools
- Cloud and Virtualization:
Virtualization Technologies • Storage Area Networks (SAN) • Cloud Computing
Module 4: Installation
- Network Sites:
Wiring Distribution • Rack Systems • Safety and ESD • Power Management • Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning (HVAC) • Physical Security Controls • Fire Prevention and Suppression
- Installing Cable:
Twisted Pair Cable (UTP / STP / ScTP) • Twisted Pair Connectors • Wiring Tools and Techniques • Cable Testing and Troubleshooting • Other Copper Cable Types • Fiber Optic Cable and Connectors • Interface and Media Converters • Troubleshooting Fiber Cable Issues
- Installing Wireless Networks:
Wireless Standards (IEEE 802.11) • Wireless Network Topologies • Wireless Site Design • Site Surveys and Antenna Placement • Troubleshooting Wireless Links
- WAN Technologies:
Wide Area Networks (WAN) • Telecommunications Networks • Modern Telecommunications Networks • Packet Switched WAN Services • Local Loop Services • Wireless WAN Services
- Remote Access:
Remote Access Services (RAS) • Virtual Private Networks (VPN) • PPTP and SSL VPNs • IP Security (IPsec) • Remote Access Servers • Installing Remote Access Links • Troubleshooting WAN Issues
Module 5: Security
- Vulnerabilities and Threats:
Security Basics • Social Engineering • Network Reconnaissance • Wireless Security • Network Attack Strategies • Denial of Service
- Security Appliances:
Network Segmentation • Zones and Access Control Lists (ACL) • Network Address Translation (NAT) • Basic Firewalls • Advanced Firewalls • Proxies and Gateways • Anti-malware Software • Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS)
Authentication Technologies • Cryptographic Hash Functions • NTLM and Kerberos • RADIUS and TACACS+ • PAP, CHAP, and EAP • Wi-Fi Authentication • Endpoint Security • Network Access Control • Mobile Device Management • Troubleshooting Authentication and ACLs
- Incident Response:
Business Continuity Concepts • Disaster Recovery Planning • IT Contingency Planning • Training • Incident Response Procedures • Forensic Procedures • Collection of Evidence
Change and Configuration Management:
Change and Configuration Management • Documentation • Procedures and Standards • Employee Policies • Patch Management • Backup Plans and Policies
|Pradžios data||Trukmė, d.||Kurso pavadinimas||Kaina, €||Statusas|
|2019.02.04||4||CompTIA Security +||800|
|2019.03.06||3||Projektų valdymo pagrindai pagal CompTIA Project+||640|
|2019.05.13||5||Kompiuterinių tinklų pagrindai pagal CompTIA Network+||1000|