CompTIA Network+ 008 (ACI 2.0)

Overview

This course prepares students to understand major networking technologies and systems of modern networks and be able to configure, manage, and troubleshoot networks. Lessons cover computer networking fundamentals such as defining a network, working with different types of cables and wireless media, different ports and protocols, defining and working with IPv4 and IPv6 addressing and design, different cabled and wireless network topologies and when to use them, troubleshooting methodology, tools, and networks, disaster response and business continuity, proper documentation, security concepts, cryptography, cloud infrastructure, virtualization, and routing and switching technologies. These are the fundamental skills and concepts that you will need to use on the job in any type of networking career. Throughout the course, you will be able to apply skills learned through a variety of physical and virtual labs, test yourself with quizzes, and be able to review content through the use of videos on each topic. Upon completion of all course materials and self-study, you will be prepared for the CompTIA Network+ examination (Exam N10-008).

Learning Options

This course is an in-person instructor-led and virtual instructor-led course.

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Why you should take this course

This course gives you the skills and knowledge to pursue or advance an IT career in networking. It targets entry-level CCNA jobs such as Network Support Specialist, Network Technician, Network Administrator, and similar IT job roles.

Who should take this course

Entry-level support professionals with basic knowledge of hardware, software, and operating systems who want to learn about networking, get skills for careers in network support/administration or prepare for CompTIA Network+ certification.

What You'll learn

You will learn to describe the major networking technologies and systems of modern networks and configure, manage, and troubleshoot modern networks.

Prerequisites

Complete CompTIA A+ 1001, 1002, basic computer skills, able to search, browse, access information on the internet, complete tasks in Windows, know basic computing concepts. Basic Windows® and Linux® user skills and fundamental understanding of networking concepts.
Identify Basic Network Theory Concepts and Major Network Communications Methods Describe Bounded Network Media Identify Unbounded Network Media Identify the Major Types of Network Implementations Identify TCP/IP Addressing and Data Delivery Methods Implement Routing Technologies Identify the Major Services Deployed on TCP/IP Networks Identify the Infrastructure of a WAN Implementation Identify the Components Used in Cloud Computing and Virtualization Describe Basic Concepts Related to Network Security Prevent Security Breaches Respond to Security Incidents Identify the Components of a Remote Network Implementation Identify the Tools, Methods, and Techniques Used in Managing a Network Describe Troubleshooting of Issues on a Network

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