CompTIA Network+ (Exam N10-008)

Duration: 5 days

This course builds on your existing user-level knowledge and experience with personal computer operating systems and networks to present the fundamental skills and concepts that you will need to use on the job in any type of networking career. It also addresses the content described in the exam objectives for the CompTIA Network+ certification. If you are pursuing a CompTIA technical certification path, obtaining the CompTIA® A+® certification is an excellent first step to take before preparing for the Comp

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Description

Learning Objectives

At course completion, students will be knowledgeable in:

  • Comparing OSI Model Network Functions
  • Deploying Ethernet Cabling
  • Deploying Ethernet Switching
  • Troubleshooting Ethernet Networks
  • Explaining IPv4 Addressing
  • Supporting IPv4 and IPv6 Networks
  • Configuring and Troubleshooting Routers
  • Explaining Network Topologies and Types
  • Explaining Transport Layer Protocols
  • Explaining Network Services
  • Explaining Network Applications
  • Ensuring Network Availability
  • Explaining Common Security Concepts
  • Supporting and Troubleshooting Secure Networks
  • Deploying and Troubleshooting Wireless Networks
  • Comparing WAN Links and Remote Access Methods
  • Explaining Organizational and Physical Security Concepts
  • Explaining Disaster Recovery and High Availability Concepts
  • Applying Network Hardening Techniques
  • Summarizing Cloud and Datacenter Architecture

Prerequisites

If you are pursuing a CompTIA technical certification path, obtaining the CompTIA® A+® certification is an excellent first step to take before preparing for the Comp

Detailed Syllabus

COURSE OUTLINE

1 - COMPARING OSI MODEL NETWORK FUNCTIONS
  • Topic 1A: Compare and Contrast OSI Model Layers
  • Topic 1B: Configure SOHO Networks
  • Topic 2A: Summarize Ethernet Standards
  • Topic 2B: Summarize Copper Cabling Types
  • Topic 2C: Summarize Fiber Optic Cabling Types
  • Topic 3A: Deploy Networking Devices
  • Topic 3B: Explain Network Interfaces
  • Topic 3C: Deploy Common Ethernet Switching Features
  • Topic 4A: Explain Network Troubleshooting Methodology
  • Topic 4B: Troubleshoot Common Cable Connectivity Issues
  • Topic 5A: D Explain IPv4 Addressing Schemes
  • Topic 5B: Explain IPv4 Forwarding
  • Topic 5C: Configure IP Networks and Subnets
  • Topic 6A: Use Appropriate Tools to Test IP Configuration
  • Topic 6B: Troubleshoot IP Networks
  • Topic 6C: Explain IPv6 Addressing Schemes
  • Topic 7A: Compare and Contrast Routing Concepts
  • Topic 7B: Compare and Contrast Dynamic Routing Concepts
  • Topic 7C: Install and Troubleshoot Routers
  • Topic 8A: Explain Network Types and Characteristics
  • Topic 8B: Explain Tiered Switching Architecture
  • Topic 8C: Explain Virtual LANs
  • Topic 9A: Compare and Contrast Transport Protocols
  • Topic 9B: Use Appropriate Tools to Scan Network Ports
  • Topic 10A: Explain the Use of Network Addressing Services
  • Topic 10B: Explain the Use of Name Resolution Services
  • Topic 10C: Configure DNS Services
  • Topic 11A: Explain the Use of Web, File/Print, and Database Services
  • Topic 11B: Explain the Use of Email and Voice Services
  • Topic 12A: Explain the Use of Network Management Services
  • Topic 12B: Use Event Management to Ensure Network Availability
  • Topic 12C: Use Performance Metrics to Ensure Network Availability
  • Topic 13A: Explain Common Security Concepts
  • Topic 13B: Explain Authentication Methods
  • Topic 14A: Compare and Contrast Security Appliances
  • Topic 14B: Troubleshoot Service and Security Issues
  • Topic 15A: Summarize Wireless Standards
  • Topic 15B: Install Wireless Networks
  • Topic 15C: Troubleshoot Wireless Networks
  • Topic 15D: Configure and Troubleshoot Wireless Security
  • Topic 16A: Explain WAN Provider Links
  • Topic 16B: Compare and Contrast Remote Access Methods
  • Topic 17A: Explain Organizational Documentation and Policies
  • Topic 17B: Explain Physical Security Methods
  • Topic 17C: Compare and Contrast Internet of Things Devices
  • Topic 18A: Explain Disaster Recovery Concepts
  • Topic 18B: Explain High Availability Concepts
  • Topic 19A: Applying Network Hardening Techniques
  • Topic 19B: Apply Network Hardening Techniques
  • Topic 20A: Summarize Cloud Concepts
  • Topic 20B: Explain Virtualization and Storage Area Network Technologies
  • Topic 20C: Explain Datacenter Network Architecture
2 - DEPLOYING ETHERNET CABLING
3 - DEPLOYING ETHERNET SWITCHING
4 - TROUBLESHOOTING ETHERNET NETWORKS
5 - EXPLAINING IPV4 ADDRESSING
6 - SUPPORTING IPV4 AND IPV6 NETWORKS
7 - CONFIGURING AND TROUBLESHOOTING ROUTERS
8 - EXPLAINING NETWORK TOPOLOGIES AND TYPES
9 - EXPLAINING TRANSPORT LAYER PROTOCOLS
10 - EXPLAINING NETWORK SERVICES
11 - EXPLAINING NETWORK APPLICATIONS
12 - ENSURING NETWORK AVAILABILITY
13 - EXPLAINING COMMON SECURITY CONCEPTS
14 - SUPPORTING AND TROUBLESHOOTING SECURE NETWORKS
15 - DEPLOYING AND TROUBLESHOOTING WIRELESS NETWORKS
16 - COMPARING WAN LINKS AND REMOTE ACCESS METHODS
17 - EXPLAINING ORGANIZATIONAL AND PHYSICAL SECURITY CONCEPTS
18 - EXPLAINING DISASTER RECOVERY AND HIGH AVAILABILITY CONCEPTS
19 - APPLYING NETWORK HARDENING TECHNIQUES
20 - SUMMARIZING CLOUD AND DATACENTER ARCHITECTURE

Target audience

This course is intended for entry-level computer support professionals with a basic knowledge of computer hardware, software, and operating systems who wish to increase their knowledge and understanding of networking concepts and acquire the required skills to prepare for a career in network support or administration, or who wish to prepare for the CompTIA Network+ certification (Exam N10-007). A typical student taking the CompTIA® Network+® (Exam N10-007) course should have a minimum of nine months of professional computer support experience as a PC or help desk technician. Networking experience is helpful but not mandatory; A+ certification or equivalent skills and knowledge is helpful but not mandatory.

This course is suitable to students with roles as

Network Field Technician/Engineer

Network Administrator

Help Desk Technician

Network Support Specialist

Network Analyst

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