CompTIA’s Network+ certification training readies students for a vendor neutral certification making IT professionals gain expertise in configuring, managing, installing, troubleshooting and maintaining basic computer networks. Thought by top experts, students gather essential knowledge of network configuration, technologies and installations as well as topologies and media security and management. The Network+ certification by CompTIA is an internationally recognized and coveted credential providing proof of a student’s knowledge, skills and ability to manage, maintain, troubleshoot, install, operate and configure a basic network infrastructure. These courses prepare the student for the CompTIA Network+ Certification Exam N10-006.
What You Will Learn
The curriculum for CompTIA’s Network+ Certification Course begins with the 7 Layers of the Open Systems Interconnect (OSI) Model, OSI Data Flow and Terminology. After a basic knowledge of OSI has been built, we begin discussing Communication Between Layers. Then we delve into TCP/IP System Interconnect Model Layers, Open Systems Interconnect Model Comparisons and Application Layer Examples. Next we cover Binary Numbers and iPv4 Addressing (addressing the how’s, why’s and The Big Picture. Once broader concepts are established, student’s learn the Purpose and Properties of IP Addressing, iPv4 Bitwise Notation, Private IPv4 Networks, and Subnetting. After an extensive overview of IPv6 Addressing we switch modes to The Purpose of Routing and Switching, Common Networking Protocols and finally Installing and Configuring. At the end of this course, a student walks away having had practical experience and comprehensive knowledge allowing confident execution of the CompTIA N+ N10-006 exam.