Comptia N+ Training London

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Overview 

The CompTIA Network+ Certification is the sign of qualifies Networking Professional. CompTIA Network+ certification is the word standard for a Carrier in Computer Networking-recognized by employers and other IT awarding bodies such as Microsoft, Novell, Cisco, Compaq, Lotus and 3Com. CompTIA Network+ covers the configuration, management and troubleshooting of common weird and wireless network device. It also include emerging Technologies such as unified communications, mobile, cloud and virtualization Technologies. This Course enables our students to study computer networking from a Vendor agnostic stand and learn the Technology upon which to build on. Student will learn to describe the features and functions of networking components and acquire the knowledge and skills needed to install, configure and troubleshoot basic networking Hardwar, Protocol and services. This Course meets the most recent Network+ Certification. This course will prepare students to be able to operate and work in different network Technology. In addition, it will also help prepare for certifications in specific networking vendor technology by covering basics in networking media and topology

Students who are seeking fundamental networking knowledge

  • Helpdesk operators
  • Candidates entering IT job market
  • 1-level/2nd level network support staff
  • University/college students
  • Delegates/IT Staffs who want to certify N+ to justify their knowledge to employers

COURSE SYLLABUS

  • Comp TIA Network+ Certification
  • Computer Networking Overview
  • Types of Networks
  • Peer-to-Peer Versus Client/Server Networks
  • LANs, WANs, and MANs
  • LAN Topologies
  • The IEEE and Networking Standards
  • Cabling and Connectors

Media Considerations
Baseband Versus Broadband Signaling
Simplex, Half-Duplex, and Full-Duplex
Common Network Cable
Media Connectors
Features and Characteristics of Ethernet 802.3 Standards
Choosing the Appropriate Media Connector for Adding Clients to an Existing Network
Troubleshooting Tools and Utilities
Networking Components and Devices

Hubs
Switches
Working with Hubs and Switches
Bridges
Routers
Gateways
CSUs/DSUs
Wireless Access Point (WAPs)
Modems
Network Cards (NICs)
ISDN Terminal Adapters
System Area Network Cards
Identifying MAC Addresses
The OSI Model

Why Do We Need a Network Model?
OSI Reference Model 101
The Layers at Which Devices Operate
Overview of Network Protocols

Network Protocol Overviews
Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)
Internetwork Packet Exchange/Sequenced Packet Exchange (IPX/SPX)
AppleTalk
NetBEUI
REVIEW BREAK: Protocol Overview and Comparison
Working with TCP/IP

TCP/IP Protocols
TCP/UDP Ports
TCP/IP-Based Network Services
IP Addressing
Subnetting
Reasons to Subnet
Default Gateways
Identifying the Differences Between Public and Private Networks
WAN Technologies

Router, Hub, Switches, Bridges
WAN Protocols Day 10
Remote Access and Security Protocols

Remote Access Protocols and Services
Security Protocols
Types of Remote Access Day 11
Network Operating Systems and Clients
Network Operating Systems

Windows NT 4
Windows 2000
Novell NetWare
Linux
Operating System Interoperability
Operating System Client Support
Client Operating Systems
Fault Tolerance, Disaster Recovery, VLANs, and NAS

Understanding Fault Tolerance
Disaster Recovery
VLANs
Network Storage
Configuring Network Connectivity

Configuring Remote Connectivity
Selecting an NIC and Network Configuration Settings
Configuring Clients to Access Servers
Adding, Modifying, or Removing Network Services
Securing the Network

Threats to Security
Physical and Logical Security
Firewalls
Proxy Servers
Understanding How Security Affects a Network
Troubleshooting Connectivity

Troubleshooting Tools
Troubleshooting in a Small Office/Home Office Environment
Troubleshooting Remote Connectivity Errors
Troubleshooting Tools and Utilities

Selecting the Appropriate Tool for Wiring
Interpreting Visual Indicators
Using Diagnostic Utilities

Course Length: 40 Hours (Full time/Part time/Weekends/Evening)

Full time

Mon-Fri 5 Days

Evening Classes

Tuesday &Thursday / Monday & Friday 6:30pm - 9:30pm
6:30pm - 9:30pm 6 weeks

Weekend Classes

Saturday Classes 10:00am - 4:00pm/4:30PM-9:30PM
Sunday Classes 10:00am - 4:00pm/4:30PM-9:30PM

Flexible schedule can be pre-arranged

As this is a technical course, extra practical lab exercise recommended(Lab access can be schedule, we encourage students to participate in extra lab activities beside the course delivery hours).

 

Why Train with London IT Training?
At London IT Training, we offer career focused professional certification training that helps the students to achieve the real working experience. Our training is focused specifically on hands on practical approach. To facilitates this, we have a dedicated lab facilities which help the student to guarantee the best practical experience.

  • Class room based, Tutor Led, hands-on training; giving you real life experience
  • Excellent Modern Lab Facilities
  • Flexible schedules (Week Days, Weekend, Evenings) to suit your work and social life
  • Small class size which allows trainers to give required attention to each delegate

 

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