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CompTIA's Network+ N10-006 is a vendor-neutral certification that validates technical competency in networking administration and support. The Network Plus certification confirms a technician's critical knowledge of media and topologies, protocols and standards, network implementation and network support. The exams also cover domains such as security, safety and environmental issues and communication and professionalism.

The CompTIA Network+ training measures the necessary competencies for an IT professional with approximately nine months experience in network support or administration. Students will learn the knowledge and skills needed to install, manage and troubleshoot a variety of networks on any platform.

Our Network + N10-006 training course follows the CompTIA objectives, ensuring you receive the training and knowledge needed to succeed.

Syllabus

Module 1

Course Introduction
Introduction to Networks Overview
What is a Network?
Peer to Peer Networking
Client Server Networks
Physical Topologies
Physical Bus Topologies
Physical Star Topologies
Physical Ring Topologies
Physical Mesh Topologies
Point to Point Topologies
Hybrid Topologies
Backbones and Segments

Module 2

OSI Model Overview
Internetworking Models
Advantages of Reference Models
OSI Model and Layer Functions
TCP Reliability
TCP Flow Control and Packet Acknowledgement
Routing at Layer 3
Data Encapsulation
Multiplexing
Numbering Systems
Base and Broad Band
Bit Rate and Baud Rate
Wavelength

Module 3

Media Cables and Connectors Overview
Physical Media
Coax Media Cables and Connectors
Twisted-Pair Media Cables and Connectors
Fiber Optic Media Cables and Connectors
UTP and BNC Couplers
Broadband Over Power Lines
Serial and USB Connectors
Cable Properties
Wiring Standards
T1 Crossover Cable
Wiring Distribution Installation
Troubleshooting Wiring

Module 4

Ethernet Standards and Properties Overview
Collision and Broadcast Domains
Carrier Sense Multiple Access/Collision Detection
Duplex Ethernet
Binary to Decimal
Hex to Binary to Decimal
Ethernet Addressing
Ethernet Frames
IEEE Standards
802.3 Standards
IEEE 1901-2013

Module 5

Network Devices Overview
Common Network Device
Hubs
Network Interface Cards
Network Bridges
Switches and Routers
Firewalls and Other Devices
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
Specialized Devices
Multilayer Switch and Domain Name Services
Proxy Servers
Encryption Devices
VPN Concentrator
Planning and Implementing a Network

Module 6

Internet Protocol Overview
What is TCP/IP?
DoD and OSI Model
TCP/IP Protocol Suite
TCP and UDP
Port Number Examples
IP Header
ICMP
ARP
Data Encapsulation and De-Encapsulation
Protocol Data Units
Port Numbers at the Transport Layer

Module 7

Internet Protocol Addressing Overview
Addressing Terminology
IP Addressing Hierarchical Scheme
Classful IP Addressing
Private IP Addressing
IP Addressing Terms
Internet Protocol Version 6
Auto Configuration EUI-64
Link Local and Global Addressing
Transition Mechanisms
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol 6

Module 8

Subnetting Overview
Subnetting Basics
Creating a Subnet Portion
Determining Number of Computers Through Subnetting
Locating Network ID's
Determining Block Size or Interval
Classless Inter-Domain Routing
Troubleshooting IP Addresses
Command Line Tools
Network Address Translation
How NAT Works

Module 9

Routing Concepts Overview
IP Routing Basics
IP Routing Process
Static and Dynamic Routing
Additional Routing Terms
Default Routing
Gateway Redundancy

Module 10

Dynamic Routing Protocols Overview
Routing Protocol Basics
Administrative Distance
Routing Protocol Classes
Distance Vector Routing Protocols
Routing Information Protocol
Classful and Classless Networks
Discontiguous Network
EIGRP and BGP
RIP - OSF and IS-IS Protocols
IPv6 Routing Protocols

Module 11

Switching and VLAN Configuration Overview
Switching and Virtual LANs
Switching Services
Address Learning and Forward/Filter Decisions
Loop Avoidance
Spanning Tree Protocol
VLAN Broadcast Domains
Access and Trunk Links
VTP Modes of Operation and Configuration
Advanced Features of Switches
Switch Management
VLAN Switch Configuration Demonstration

Module 12

Wireless Technologies Overview
Wireless Technologies Basics
Wireless Agencies and Standards
Wireless Frequency Ranges
802.11 Committees and Subcommittees
Wireless LAN Modulation Techniques
Wireless Access Points and NIC Cards
Wireless Network Types
Installing and Configuring Hardware
Wireless Security
Troubleshooting Issues
Environmental Factors
Rogue Access Point

Module 13

Network Hardening Techniques Overview
Access Control Lists
Tunneling Protocols
Encryption Standards
Remote Access
User Account and Resource Security
User Authentication Methods
Authentication - Authorization and Accounting
Secure and Unsecure Protocols
Access Control List Demonstration

Module 14

Network Security Vulnerabilities Overview
Denial of Service Attacks
Virus Attacks
Attackers and Their Tools
ARP Cache Poisoning and VLAN Hoping
Mitigation Techniques
Policies and Procedures
NSA Specifications

Module 15

Firewalls Overview
Firewalls Types
Firewall Technologies
Intrusion Detection and Prevention Systems
Vulnerability Scanning and VPN Concentrators
Device Security
Forward and Reverse Proxy Servers
Network Address Translation and Port Forwarding
Port Security Demonstration

Module 16

Wide Area Network Technologies Overview
Defining Wide Area Networks
WAN Connection Types
Dense and Course Wavelength Division Multiplexing
Passive Optical Network and SONET
Wireless Technologies
Broadband Services
WAN Protocols
Cellular WAN
Metro Ethernet

Module 17

Network Troubleshooting Overview
Protocol Analyzers
Network Scanners
Throughput Testers and Connectivity Software
Command Line Tool traceroute
ipconfig and ifconfig Utility
Ping and IPv6 Utility
Address Resolution Protocol
nslookup Utility
My traceroute Command
nbtstat and netstat Utility
File Transfer Protocol
Telnet Utility
Command Line Tool Guidelines
Windows Command Line Tools Demonstration

Module 18

Network Management Hardware Tools Overview
Hardware Tools Overview

Module 19

Troubleshooting Methodologies Overview
Troubleshooting Approaches
Narrowing Down the Problem
Troubleshooting Steps
Troubleshooting Tips

Module 20

Network Monitoring Tools Overview
Simple Network Management Protocol
Schematics and Diagrams
Policies - Procedures and Regulations
Network Performance Monitoring
Metrics - Reporting Terms and Interface Monitoring
Configuration Management
Virtual Networking
Storage Area Network
Cloud Architectures
Protocol Analyzer Demonstration

Module 21

Troubleshooting Wide Area Networks Overview
Local and Wide Area Networks
Wireless Local Area Network
Personal Area Network
SCADA and ICS
Medianets
WAN Connection Issues
Customer Equipment
Company ISP Security Policies and Satellite Issues

Module 22

Physical Security Overview
SCADA Review
Network Segmentation
Additional Physical Security and Specific Dangers
Access Controls and Monitoring
Environmental Controls and Electrical Power
Access Control Authentication Types
Multiple Factor Authentication

Module 23

Network Access Control Overview
IEEE 802.1x
Network Access Control
Computer Forensics
Investigative Process
Free Space vs. Slack Space
Disaster Recovery
Business Impact Assessment
Backup Considerations
RAID Backup Solutions
Redundancy and Single Points of Failure

Module 24

Troubleshooting Security Overview
Firewall Security Issues
Avenues of Attack
Types of DDOS Attacks
IP Address Spoofing
Replay Attacks and TCP/IP Hijacking
Encryption Attacks
Address System and Password Attacks
Software Exploitation
Viruses and Malware
Anti Malware Software
Switch Port Security

Module 25

Voice Over IP Overview
VOIP

Module 26

Security Policies and Programs Overview
Security Programs
Security Policy Types
Security Policy Concepts
Human Resource Policies
Installation Safety Issues

Module 27

IT Distribution and Change Management Overview
IT Distribution Concepts and Procedures
Change Management
Course Review

Instructor Bio

Troy McMillan


Troy McMillan, B.B.A., CWNE # 13 , MCSE,CCNA,CCNP, MCP+I, CNA, A+, Net+, MCT, Server+, I-Net+, MCSA, CIW p, CIWa, CIW security analyst,CWNA,CWSP,CWNT, , MCTS:Vista Configuration, MCITP: Enterprise Support Technician, MCITP:Server Administrator,MCITP:Consumer Support Technician, MCTS: Forefront Client and Server Configuration,MCTS: Business Desktop Deployment with BDD,MCTS: Office Project Server 2007,MCTS: Windows Active Directory:Configuration,MCTS:Applications Infrastructure:Configuration,MCTS:Network Infrastructure:Configuration, VCP, CISSP, CASP, Juniper Networks Certified Associate Junos (JNCIA-Junos), Juniper Networks Certified Specialist Enterprise Routing and Switching (JNCIS-ENT)

Troy McMillan is a Product Developer and Technical Editor for Kaplan IT as well as a full time trainer. He became a professional trainer 13 years ago teaching Cisco, Microsoft, Comptia and Wireless classes. His recent work includes.

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