Network+

Course Description

The CompTIA Network+ certification is an international industry credential that validates the knowledge of networking professionals with at least nine months of experience in network support or administration or adequate academic training. A typical candidate would have CompTIA A+ certification or equivalent knowledge, but this is not a prerequisite. An accepted foundation-level, vendor-neutral certification for networking professionals, many IT certifications integrate CompTIA Network+ into their curriculums.

There are approximately 135,000 CompTIA Network+ certified professionals worldwide. The skills and knowledge measured by this examination were derived from an industry-wide job task analysis and validated through an industry-wide survey of more than 2,500 participant

Course Outline

  • The Foundations of Networking
  • The OSI/802 Model
  • Network Design
  • Network Cabling Media
  • Wireless Communication
  • Network Data Transmission
  • Network Architecture
  • Network Infrastructure Components
  • Preparing for Server Installation
  • Installing the Server
  • Server-Based Network Operating Systems
  • Implementing a Multi-Vendor Environment
  • Server Configuration
  • TCP/IP
  • WAN Connectivity
  • WAN Devices
  • WAN Protocols and Standards
  • Server Tools
  • Proactive Server Maintenance
  • Server Upgrades
  • Server Security Issues
  • Network and Server Maintenance and Troubleshooting