NYBI's Network+ 2012 course serves as a general introduction to computer networking including local and wide area network technology. This course prepares you for the CompTIA Network+ Certification Examination.
To become Network+ certified, you have to pass one exam: N10-005 Network+ Exam offered by CompTIA (Computer Technology Industry Association).
NYBI's Network+ covers the areas of network architecture, topologies, protocols especially TCP/IP, network operating systems, network installation, upgrading, troubleshooting, managing user accounts and passwords, network securities, remote access and administration, and fault tolerance and disaster recovery.
|Session 1||Session 2|
Lab 1: Peer-to-Peer Network
Cabling and Network Interface Card|
Lab 2: Client/server network w/share or user -level security
|Session 3||Session 4|
Lab 3: Client/server network in Windows Server environment
Networking Protocols and OSI Model|
Lab 4: Installing and configuring TCP/IP
|Session 5||Session 6|
Lab 5: TCP/IP commands and Utilities
Lab 6: IP Routing
|Session 7||Session 8|
RAS, WAN and NetBIOS Naming Scheme
Lab 7: Configuring RAS clients and Servers
Network Problem Prevention and Troubleshooting|
Lab 8: Windows Server Tools
|Total: 4 weeks, 30 hours|
Certification ExamsThis course prepares students for the following exam:
Upon completion of the course, students will be qualified to be a junior network administrator, service technician or system support technician.