CompTIA Network+ 2016 (N10-006)



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CompTIA Network+ 2016


About This Course

Network+ certification program offers basic training to help you configure, install, troubleshoot, maintain and manage network infrastructure. Network+ 2016 certification drives you an inch closer to more advanced certifications such as Linux (RCHCE, Linux), Cisco (CCNP, CCNA) and Microsoft (MCITP, MCSE).

The course focuses on network functionalities and features in Server 2016 for Windows. Irrespective of whether you prefer to prepare for the exam or just want to improve your expertise in Windows Server 2016, this course would get you there.


Who Should Attend this Course.

Network+ 2016 is advisable for every network professionals. In addition, it is apt for:

  • Medical equipment experts – Not suitable for them
  • Service technicians
  • Printer technicians
  • Network consultants
  • Network administrators
  • System administrators
  • IT technicians

Why This Course

Network+ 2016 certification will drive your networking skills to the next level. You will learn about infrastructure concepts inside every network also referred to as DNS and DHCP. Improve your understanding of network security, advanced networking infrastructure and remote network access. Be a pro with both distributed and core network infrastructure.

The biggest USP of Network+ 2016 certification is that you learn to identify:

  • A range of network protocolsWAN and LAN components
  • Network and security issues/threats
  • Components of remote networking
  • Concepts of advanced network infrastructure

Did you know that experts with CompTIA Network+ certification earn an average salary of $74,828 / annum.


Course Objectives

After successful completion of the course, you can:

  • Manage WAN and LAN implementation
  • Manage network security
  • Remote work implementation
  • Manage data storage
  • Implement high level network infrastructure
  • Implement DNS, IPAM (IP Address Management) and DHCP
  • Implement distributed as well as core networks

Course Prerequisites

You ought to have prior experience in Windows server/client environment. Plus, basic knowledge of networking is icing on the cake.


Course Benefits


After the successful completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Implement DNS, IPAM (IP Address Management) and DHCP
  • Implement high level network infrastructure
  • Implement distributed as well as core networks
  • Manage data storage
  • Remote work implementation
  • Manage network security
  • Manage WAN and LAN implementation

Curriculum


Network architecture

Overview

The Network+ certification was introduced by CompTIA in 1999 and was designed to do for Network Technicians. Obtaining Network+ certification shows that the holder possess the same knowledge and skills of someone who has worked for nine months as a Network Technician.

Network Devices

This section explain the functions and applications of various network devices such as Routers, Switches, Multilayer Switches, Firewalls, Hardware and Software.

Network Services and Applications

This section covers protocols used for network services and apllications.

Install and Configure Services and Applications

This section focuses on Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP). It covers how to configure the scope, where to set reservations and the available scope options.

WAN Technologies

This section covers some of the common WAN technologies networking professionals will encounter in the field. It describe Frame Relay, Satellite Networking and ISDN.

Cable Types

This section covers installing and terminating various cable types and connectors. It demonstrate terminating UTP with an RJ-45 connector.

Common Network Topologies

This section covers different network topologies. It explains the topologies like Mesh (full/partial), Bus, Ring (Token/FDDI), Star, Hybrid, Point-to-Point, and Point-to-Multipoint.

Network Infrastructure Implementations

This section covers numerous terms to define the style of your network such as wide area network (WAN) local area network (LAN),personal area network (PAN) and more.

Implement and Configure Addressing Schemas

This section covers implementing and configuring IP addresses and schemas.

Routing Concepts and Protocol Basics

This section introduces the fundamentals of routing. It explains routing concepts and protocol basics.

Unified Communication Basics

This section explains concept of unified communications such as what components, services and protocols make up this unified way of communicating.

Cloud and Virtualization

This section explains what virtualization is, how it can be implemented, how it relates to cloud computing and a look at different cloud offerings.

Implement a Basic Network

This section explains in detail important factors and considerations to keep in mind during the planning of a network.

Network operations

Monitoring Tools

This section dive into the exciting world of network monitoring tools.

Analyzing Metrics and Reports

This section covers analyzing metrics and reports from monitoring and tracking performance tools.

Supporting Configuration Management

This section explains how to use appropriate resources to support configuration management.

Importance of Network Segmentation

This section dive into the importance of network segmentation. This includes, SCADA, legacy systems, public/private networks, network optimization, and testing labs.

Install and Apply Patches and Updates

This section covers installing and applying patches and updates. It explains good patch management procedures and demonstrate installing a firmware update to a Linksys router.

Configure a Switch

This section covers various topics and concepts related to switch configuration. It explains the basic functionality of switches in our networks, the difference between managed and unmanaged switches.

Configure and Implement WLAN Infrastructure

This section covers how to install and configure wireless LAN infrastructures and implement the appropriate technologies in support of wireless capable devices. It explains SOHO Access Points, VLAN Pooling, Wireless Frequencies, Wireless Topologies, SSIDs, Antenna types and Signal Strength.

Network security

Risk Concepts

This section covers data plan and the importance of having a Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP). It explains backup implementations such as hot, warm, and cold sites. At the end it shows the differences between vulnerability scanning and penetration testing.

Vulnerabilities and Threats

This section explains the numerous styles of Denial of Service attacks (DOS) and several vulnerabilities associated with wireless networks. It covers the difference between a rogue AP vs an evil twin. At the end it also covers bluetooth vulnerabilities such as bluejacking, bluesnarfing, WEP, WPA, and WPA2.

Implement Hardening Techniques

This section covers different methods to harden or strengthen the security of a particular network component using Anti-malware, MAC address filtering, V-LANS assignments and security policies.

Physical Security Controls

This section explains how to implement technical, administrative and physical security controls. It covers different types of security cameras, different types of door locks and importance of hiring a security guard.

Basic Firewall

This section covers features of Firewall. It explains host vs network, stateful vs stateless modes and how Firewall correlate with the layers of the OSI model.

Network Access Control Models

This section covers different ways one can limit and manage access grant to network resources. It explains 802.1x, posture assessment, guest networks, quarantine networks, and edge vs access control.

Basic Forensic Concepts

This section explains the basic forensic process . It also covers the impact of the forensic report that is generated during an investigation.

Troubleshooting

Network Troubleshooting Model

This section explains how to methodically approach problems within your environment by using CompTIA’s Network Troubleshooting model.

Output of Troubleshooting Tools

This section covers network troubleshooting tools, analyzing and interpreting tools. It explains in-depth ipconfig and netstat which are used to look at network connections and connectivity issues.

Resolve Common Wireless Issues

This section introduces wireless connectivity in your network and possibility of various issues. It explains issues such as signal loss, interference, access point placement, and mismatched channels.

Common Copper Issues

This section covers troubleshooting and resolving common copper cable issues such as shorts in the cable, Opens Impedance Mismatches, Incorrect Termination, Cross-Talk, and Attenuation.

Resolve Common Fiber Issues

This tutorial shows how to uncover and resolve common fiber issues such as attenuation, wavelength mismatch, distance radius limitations and troubleshooting or performing maintenance.

Common Network Issues

This section covers Network trouble shooting problems. It explains the issue like incorrect IP configuration/default gateway configurations, broadcast storms, switching loops, duplicate IP addresses, end-to-end connectivity, and DHCP configurations. It demonstrates how to maneuver both through the GUI and command line interface to resolve these problems.

Resolve Common Security Issues

This section covers how to resolve common security issues such as issues with routers, misconfiguration issues with firewalls and applications. It also discusses malware, ICMP issues, malicious users and authentication issues.

Resolve Common WAN Issues

This section covers wide area network (WAN) issues such as loss of internet connectivity, interface errors, DNS and router configurations issues.

Industry standards, practices, and network theory

OSI Model

This section covers the Open Systems Interconnect (OSI) model’s 7 layers. It explains each of the layers their purposes and functions. At the end it also explains the details of the processing order of datagrams on a network as well as the encapsulation/de-encapsulation process.

Basics of Network Theory and Concepts

This section covers some of the fundamentally basic network concepts and theories. It explains the process of encapsulation, de-encapsulation and modulation techniques like multiplexing.

Wired Connectivity Standards

This section covers wired connectivity such as 10Base2, 10Base5, 10BaseT, 100BaseT, and 1000BaseT.

Implement Policies and Procedures

This section covers several examples of policies. It explains the differences between policies such as Service Level Agreement (SLA), Memorandum of Understanding (MOW), Master Service agreement (MSA) and Statement of Work (SOW)

Summarize Safety Practices

This section covers several safety practices to follow to maintain a safe environment. It explains electrical safety to fire suppression systems.

Installation Best Practices

This section covers how to wire a building that adheres to structured wiring standards, power management techniques, cable trays and sever racks.

Change Management Procedures

This section explains the proper procedure for implementing the required changes.

Compare and Configure Ports and Protocols

This section covers configuration of different ports and protocols such as FTP, SNMP, SSH, Telnet, DNS, DHCP, SMB, RDP, HTTP/S, POP, IMAP, MGCP, TFTP, SIP, RTP, H.323 and SMTP.

Schedule & Fees


SELF PACED Online INSTRUCTOR LED CLASSROOM
Duration 1 Year 5 Days 5 Days
Course Material
Exam Voucher
Face Time With Instructor
Course Price $499 On Request On Request
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Course FAQ


Why should I do this course?

Network+ 2016 will help uplift your networking skills. Learn about diverse infrastructure such as DNS and DHCP. Learn about advanced networking infrastructure, network security and remote network access. Become an expert in distributed networks. (should avoid giving such statements). One of the biggest benefits of Network+ 2016 is that you learn to identify:

  • Advanced networks
  • Remote networking
  • Security issues
  • LAN and WAN networks
  • Network protocols

How Tech-Act will help?

Tech-Act is an established name in the IT landscape for decades ensuring training from certified team of trainers. Moreover, ComptTIA Network+ 2016 reflects the ideal learning framework to help candidates grasp the course contents seamlessly. The curriculum spans across all the essential skills and components needed to become an expert in Network+ 2016. Most important of all, you can choose the pace of your course from our enrollment plan thus, giving you full flexibility.

Who will train me?

Since Tech-Act is an active leader in the IT domain, we understand the importance of IT leaders, which is why you are rest assured to be trained from the best-in-class networking experts for CompTIA Network+ 2016 certification course. Tech-Act is a recognized and accredited learning solutions partners for CompTIA, Project Management Institute, EC Council, Red Hat and various other industry giants. Also, we are a Person Vue Authorized Test Center with both online and physical classroom facility.

What all the course covers?

Upon completion of CompTIA Network+ 2016, candidates can:

  • Implement DNS, IPAM (IP Address Management) and DHCP
  • Implement high level network infrastructure
  • Implement distributed as well as core networks
  • Manage data storage
  • Remote work implementation
  • Manage network security
  • Manage WAN and LAN implementation

What's the eligibility criteria to enroll?

You should have some experience in Windows server/client environment. In addition, some knowledge pertaining to networking will get you going for Network+ 2016 certification.

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