Networking Fundamentals (98-366)



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Networking Fundamentals (98-366)


About This Course

Microsoft certification programs empower IT professionals in validating their technical skills through in-depth industry relevant and recognized exams. These certifications cover a range of concepts and technologies spanning the entire Microsoft ecosystem. Microsoft certified professionals earn decently more and also are well-accepted in the IT landscape.

The course covers networking concepts utilized in today’s technology-driven and connected business world. Professionals will learn about how information and communication transfers are facilitated by networking platforms such as network topologies, wireless networking, wide networks, local networks, extranet, intranet and internet.

The course also trains professionals to develop foundational knowhow in several networking principles including internet protocols, IP addressing, OSI model and more.


Who Should Attend This Course
  • Anyone interested to in fundamentals of networking
  • IT or business professionals
  • Business analysts
  • IT managers
  • Project managers
  • Sales people

Why This Course

The course is apt for anyone, who is new to networking and IT. Networking Fundamentals certification course proves to businesses that you are skilled to setup and maintain basic networks and possess good amount of basic knowhow and skills for high-level network administration.

The course also trains you on how to design good network and teaches how network equipment (routers and switches) and wireless networking work.

It makes you stand out from the crowd, as you learn:

  • Network topologies
  • VPN concepts
  • Configuration of wireless settings
  • Switches and routers
  • Security concepts
  • Basic subnetting
  • OSI model
  • Teaches you networking concepts and principles in internet driven environment ranging from internet, extranet, intranet, VLANs, WANs and LANs.
  • Learn about networking hardware including switches, routers, etc.
  • Understand networking concepts and mechanism like wide area and local networking, OSI model, internet protocols, IP addressing, etc.
  • Learn about DNS, TCP/IP and other tools to help diagnose network connectivity.

Course Objectives
  • Teaches you networking concepts and principles in internet driven environment ranging from internet, extranet, intranet, VLANs, WANs and LANs.
  • Learn about networking hardware including switches, routers, etc.
  • Understand networking concepts and mechanism like wide area and local networking, OSI model, internet protocols, IP addressing, etc.
  • Learn about DNS, TCP/IP and other tools to help diagnose network connectivity.

Course Prerequisites
  • Basic IT knowledge along with a passion to understand new things.

Course Benefits


One of the top benefits is that it is a Microsoft certification, which improves a candidate’s job prospect.

Following are the benefits of opting for Microsoft’s Networking Fundamentals certification program:

  • Learn about networking concepts and topologies
  • Switches and routers
  • Security and firewalls
  • VPN (Virtual Private Network)
  • Network protocols
  • Basic subnetting
  • Remote access and support

This course is apt for anyone, who has a desire to learn the fundamentals of networking.


Curriculum


Understanding network infrastructures

Overview

MTA validates building-block technology concepts and helps students explore, discover and pursue successful careers in Information Technology (IT) in an exciting and rewarding way! As the first step in the Microsoft Technology Certification Series, this new, entry-level certification provides students with confidence, credibility, and differentiation.

OSI Model

This section explains the basics of computer networks utilizing the OSI and TCP/IP reference models. It covers the differences between the two models, how they are used to standardize networks, and the layers that comprise them.

Understanding IPv4

This section explains IP addressing which is necessary for connecting devices on a network. It covers all the major bases involved in IP addressing such as the addresses themselves, subnet masks, and gateways; what they are and how they are used to connect devices.

Understanding IPv6

This section covers Internet Protocol version 6 or IPv6. It explains how the new version differs from its predecessor as well as ways that they are similar in function. Specific topics covered are the IPv6 address, prefix number, gateway, and backward compatibility with IPv4.

Understanding Name Resolution

This section covers Domain Name Resolution or DNS which enables human language to interact with computers that rely on numbered addresses for communication. It explains how to use DNS to convert the name of a website to the actual IP address instead of needing to remember a myriad of IP addresses ourselves.Understanding Network Services

Understanding Network Services

This section explains two of the most widely used networking services, namely the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol(DHCP) and Remote access. It demonstrates the process of dynamically assigning IP addresses using DHCP services.

Understanding TCP/IP

This section covers some of the different tools and protocols used to help troubleshoot and verify network connectivity such as ping, tracert, ipconfig, DNS, telnet, and Netstat.

Understanding network hardware

Understanding Switches

This section dives into the wonderful world of network switches and how they are used to connect attached devices. It explains the fundamental basics like transmission speeds, ports, and Virtual Local Area Networks.

Understanding Routers

This section explores how to connect networks together using network routers. It explains how a router is able to learn about different networks using Dynamic Routing, or how to set a route manually using Static routes. It also covers the topics of transmission speeds and default routes.

Understanding Media Types

This section describes the different wired and wireless media types used to connect end devices to a network. It covers both copper and fiber cabling including transmission speeds and cable lengths.

Understanding protocols and services

Network Infrastructure

This section explains common computer network and explore the different elements that allow system to communicate. It uses Wireshark to demonstrate the difference between regular network traffic and encrypted network traffic.

Schedule & Fees


SELF PACED Online INSTRUCTOR LED CLASSROOM
Duration 1 Year Access 3 Days 3 Days
Course Material
Exam Voucher
Face Time With Instructor
Course Price $399 On Request On Request
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Course FAQ


Why Tech-Act for Networking Fundamentals certification?

  • Tech-Act is proud to be an active name in the IT domain since few decades and understands the talent crunch witnessed by the industry. We boast of a highly experienced and smart crew of IT trainers with extensive industry experience. Moreover, we are a recognized learning center for CompTIA, EC Council and others. We also are a Person Vue Authorized Test Center with both classroom and online learning facilities.

What are the key benefits of MCSA Windows 10 certification?

  • Since the demand for IT professionals particularly networking experts is at its peak in the IT industry, getting a Microsoft Networking Fundamentals certification will help you stand out from the crowd. The course teaches you about all-things networking that you require to kick start your career in networking.

After successful completion of this course, you receive the following benefits:

  • Learn about networking concepts and topologies
  • Switches and routers
  • Security and firewalls
  • VPN (Virtual Private Network)
  • Network protocols
  • Basic subnetting
  • Remote access and support

Do you have certified trainers onboard?

  • Yes, every trainer at Tech-Act is certified along with years of extensive industry experience.

What is the eligibility criteria to pursue Networking Fundamentals certification course?

  • Basic IT knowledge
  • Basic IT knowledge along with a passion to understand new things.

The course is apt for:

  • Anyone interested to in fundamentals of networking
  • IT or business professionals
  • Business analysts
  • IT managers
  • Project managers
  • Sales people

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