CompTIA Network+ (N10-006)
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- 21+ Hours of Instruction
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- Exam Simulation
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN
This exclusive training bundle prepares you for the CompTIA Network+ certification. The topics covered in this series will prepare you with the foundational and technical knowledge to design, configure, and manage any network. These courses will prepare you for the CompTIA Network+ certification exam.
Knowledge areas include:
- Network Security
- WAN Connection & Remote Access
- Cables, Connectors, and Standards
- Monitoring and Maintaining Networks
- Network Infrastructures Services
- TCP/IP Fundamentals
Network+ N10-006: 01-TCP/IP Fundamentals
Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol is a nonproprietary industry-standard protocol suite that provides communications on networks that support various operating systems and hardware types. Our course, TCP/IP Fundamentals, is the first course in our studies for CompTIA’s latest installment of the Network Plus certification. In this course the student will be covering some of the basics of the TCP/IP protocol suite. The word “suite” implies that there are multiple protocols, as well as tools, that make up TCP/IP. As a network technician, you will need to be familiar with all of these. This course will cover both IPv4 and IPv6, as well as the concepts of subnetting.
Network+ N10-006: 02-Network Infrastructure Services
This course covers network infrastructure services for the CompTIA Network Plus certification exam. The topics that will be covered include: infrastructure services that operate inside virtually every network, also known as DHCP and DNS. DHCP handles the automatic assignment of IP addresses and DNS provides name resolution. This course is paired with a variety of demos giving a real world look at some of the concepts that will be discussed.
Network+ N10-006: 03-Understanding Network Devices
Network devices are devices that allow interconnectivity between network nodes. Our course, Understanding Network Devices, is the third course in our series dedicated to preparing you for CompTIA’s latest version of the Network Plus certification. This course covers topics on the importance of the OSI reference model, and device layer classifications. This course is paired with demos that give a real world look at several of the concepts that will be discussed.
Network+ N10-006: 04-Cables, Connectors, and Standards
As a network technician you need to be aware of these various cable type, their characteristics, capabilities, and limitations. You also need to understand the various connectors that are involved. This course is designed to prepare the student for the Network Plus certification. This course will take a look at network standards and the organizations that create them, as well as the importance of standardization. We have paired this course with demos that will help give a visual example of the concepts that will be talked about.
Network+ N10-006: 05-Understanding WAN Connections and Remote Access
A wide area network (WAN) is a network that spans larger geographical distances and connects multiple local area networks (LANs) together using high-speed communication lines. In this course, Wide Area Networks and Remote Access, the topics that will be covered include; an overview of the concepts of WAN, available connectivity options, capabilities and characters of the different available options, and last but not least we will cover the concepts of remote access. This course is paired with a variety of demos giving real world examples of the topics that will be discussed. This course is designed to prepare the student for the Network+ certification exam.
Network+ N10-006: 06-Monitoring and Maintaining Networks
Ongoing monitoring of the network is crucial in order to ensure the continued efficiency of operations. This course is meant to help the student answer the following questions: What are some of the things that we should know? Why should we monitor? What should we be looking for? And, what tools are at our disposal in this area? This course will cover topics on monitoring fundamentals, ongoing maintenance of networks and network devices, examining the various ways to monitor network devices on the logical and physical level, technologies and protocols designed for the purpose of monitoring, monitoring network operating systems, and maintaining of devices and systems over time. This course will be paired with a variety of demos giving real world examples of the concepts that will be discussed. This course is designed to prepare the student for the Network+ certification exam.
Network+ N10-006: 07-Installing, Configuring, and Maintaining Wireless LANs
A wireless local area network uses technology that uses radio waves or infrared light instead of cables in order to connect computers and other devices. In our course, Installing, Configuring, and Maintaining WLANs, we will be looking at the important components that make up wireless technologies. This course will cover topics on, basic components and technologies at work, various standards that exist for wireless networks known as the 802.11 series of standards, planning security for potential threats and vulnerabilities, and ensuring the availability of wireless networks through the proper amount of planning. This course will be paired with demos giving the student a look at real world examples. This course is designed to prepare the student for the Network+ certification exam.
Network+ N10-006: 08-Network Security
Network security is important regardless of the size of the organization or the type of business. Part of information technology is information security; it is the duty of IT personnel to ensure that corporate assets such as company data, systems, and services are secure. In our course, Network Security, the students will be covering topics that include planning for network security, identify threats and vulnerabilities, protection techniques and how to implement them, and handling security incidents. This course is paired with several demos that offer a real world look at many of the topics that will be covered in this course. Network Security, is another installment for the CompTIA Network+ certification.
Network+ N10-006: 09-Networking Concepts and Theory
Our course on, Network Concepts and Theory, is designed to help the student pass the CompTIA Network+ certification. This course will give an in-depth look at topics that include network terminology, different type of network styles, network models, and topology. The student will learn about the various network standards with focus on the Open System Interconnection Reference Model. From there this course will cover the concept of change management and its role in network concepts and theory. This course will conclude by covering the various processes and documentation that is used to ensure an organization continues to function in an orderly fashion, and will cover the various security practices that will help you when dealing with network devices and technology. This course will be paired with demos that give a real world example of the many concepts that will be discussed in the course.
Network+ N10-006: 10-Troubleshooting Networks
Troubleshooting is an integral part of the network technician’s daily tasks. In the course, Troubleshooting Networks, the student will examine the various methods and tools that you will use when you encounter network related issues. They will be learning of the methods that are used when identifying and resolving issues, as well as the various tools that you will have at your disposal to counter the different types of issues that arise in today’s environments. Last but not least, the student will be learning of the various issues that they might face as a Network technician. This course will be paired with demos that offer more in-depth information on the various topics that are covered in this course. This course is designed to prepare the student for the CompTIA Network+ exam.
Network+ N10-006: 11-LAN Infrastructures
In this course we will look at what it takes to build a local area network when it comes to all the physical connections that are required. The topics that will be covered include the basics of physically installing a local area network, connecting the LAN to the wide area network and discuss responsibilities in that area, and the best practices to follow if you find yourself building LANs from scratch. This course will be paired with demos that will show real world examples of many of the topics that will be discussed in this course. This course is designed to prepare the student for the Network+ certification exam by CompTIA.
Network+ N10-006: 12-Advanced Networking Concepts
This course will examine a few topics that could be classified as advanced networking concepts. The topics covered in this course are an important part of the Network+ exam and are likely to be present in many of the environments in which you will find yourself working. Today’s networks are different than the networks of the past and include technologies that were not present as little as ten years ago. As the industry changes, network technicians must adapt and this begins by expanding our knowledge to include new technologies. The topics that will be covered in this course include technology of virtualization, basic concepts and structure of SAN, essential elements of cloud-based computing, various types of cloud models, and unified communications.
Network+ N10-006: Test Me-CompTIA Exam Network+
Test your proficiency and comprehension of the content of the CompTIA’s N10-006 Exam with the Test Me: Network+ course. You’ll demonstrate your proficiency in the principles, concepts, and tools used in completing the Network+ Certification. Test Me provides you with a collection of questions based on the instructions that you have received throughout the Network+ series. This gives you the opportunity to prove your comprehension and understanding of the various concepts that you have seen throughout this series, as well as the chance to test your knowledge on the various concepts of Network+.
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CompTIA Network+ (N10-006)
IT Help Desk Technician
Career Description:Help Desk Technicians provide help and advice to people and organizations using computer software or equipment.
Job Role Includes:
- Configure local, network, and security policies and permissions
- Setup, install, deploy, and troubleshoot a system network
- Great customer service skills, both on-the-phone and in-person
- Computer Support Specialists
- First or Entry-level Support
- Lead Support Technician
- Desk Manager
Career Description:Database administrators (DBAs) use specialized software to store and organize data, such as financial information and customer shipping records. They make sure that data are available to users and are secure from unauthorized access.
Job Role Includes:
- Design and document database architecture.
- Build database schemas, tables, views, and stored procedures
- Data dictionary and database scripting, SQL development, unit testing, and systems administration on Microsoft.
- Information Technology Administrator
- SQL Server Administrator
- Database Developer
- Applications Administrator
IT Network Engineer
Career Description:Network Engineers provide in-depth design, implementation and operational support to core routing and switching technology to their organization's infrastructure.
Job Role Includes:Perform security assessments, risk analysis and vulnerability testing and reviews. Focus on providing Unified Communications implementation and operational support. Implementation and administration of network monitoring, alerting and capacity planning tools and services
Skills & Qualifications Needed:
- Cisco Networking Technology
- LAN/WAN design and implementation
- Database management systems
- Web-based technology
Computer Network Architect
Career Description:Computer network architects design and build data communication networks, including local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs), and intranets.
Job Role Includes:
- Perform network systems design in web centric data center.
- Evaluate new technologies and analyze and explain cost.
- Maintain and improve technical infrastructure based on troubleshooting problems and developing innovative solutions.
Related Careers Titles:
- Solutions Architect
- IT Software Systems Architect
- Security Architect
Where can I go to get more information about the CompTIA Network+ (N10-006) certification?
Visit CompTIA's website for more information: http://certification.comptia.org/
Does this package contain everything I need?
Yes! This is a complete and comprehensive training package. You will not need to purchase additional training to learn the material necessary to pass the exams.
What is the format of this training?
LearnSmart provides self-paced online training that mimics the interactive classroom experience. Our courses include comprehensive instruction by certified industry experts, real-world demonstrations of advanced techniques and technologies, games and printable learning materials, and interactive exercises.
Does this package include exam vouchers?
Exam vouchers are not part of this package but are available for purchase from LearnSmart at a discounted rate.
Where do I take a CompTIA exam?
CompTIA exams are administered by Pearson/VUE at one of their thousands of worldwide locations. Visit Pearson/VUE to locate and register for your exam: http://home.pearsonvue.com/Home.aspx