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CompTIA Network+ 2005

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Start here to gain your international industry credential that serves as an accepted foundation-level, vendor-neutral certification for networking professionals. Become one of the successful 135,000 CompTIA Network+ certified professionals worldwide. AtHand’s video-rich training teaches users the skills and knowledge required to install, configure, and troubleshoot basic networking hardware, protocols, and services; the required technical ability in the areas of media and topologies, protocols and standards, network implementation, and network support; and new technologies such as wireless networking and gigabit Ethernet. Move to the next level with AtHand Solutions.

CompTIA retired the exams for Network+ 2005 on July 31, 2009. While this content does not map to the latest 2009 requirements, it is still great information for professional purposes.

4 levels - 57 modules - 12 learning hours

 

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SINGLE USER: CompTIA Network+ 2005 (4 levels)
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DVD-ROMs, e-Study Guides$319.00 $159.50Add To Cart
1 YR ONLINE, e-Study Guides$319.00 $159.50Add To Cart
CD-ROMs, e-Study Guides$319.00 $159.50Add To Cart
MULTI USER: CompTIA Network+ 2005 (4 levels)
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DVD-ROMs, e-Study Guides$638.00 $319.00Add To Cart
CD-ROMs, e-Study Guides$638.00 $319.00Add To Cart
For additional licensing options. pricing and information, call 877-752-3529

Course Instructor: Joe Tucker

Joe Tucker, a consultant/trainer for Intelligent Concepts, Inc. has extensive experience in technologies such as DNS, DHCP, VPNs and TCP/IP routing and configuration. He has trained many clients on use of Technology and trains in a classroom and lecture environment on how to install and administer Windows NT/2000/2003. His experience in the deployment of operating systems and applications as well as controlling and maintaining user environments and data is extensive. Joe has taught at Microsoft Authorized Technical Education Centers throughout the United States. Joe’s certifications include: CTT Certified Technical Trainer, Cisco Certified Network Associate – CCNA, Microsoft Certified Product Specialist Certification, Microsoft Certified Trainer, and Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer.

Course Outline

Course Introduction

1.0 Cables and Connectors
  • 1.1 Introduction to Network Plus
  • 1.2 Media Types
  • 1.3 Media Connections
  • 1.4 Cable Standards
  • 1.5 Section Summary
2.0 Topologies & Technologies
  • 2.1 Overview
  • 2.2 Topologies
  • 2.3 Technologies
  • 2.4 Wireless Networks
3.0 Network Components

4.0 Level Conclusion

Level 2 Introduction

1.0 OSI
  • 1.1 Network Devices
  • 1.2 Section Summary
2.0 Network Protocols
  • 2.1 Mac Address
3.0 TCP/IP
  • 3.1 Using TCP/IP Suite
  • 3.2 The IP Address
  • 3.3 The Subnet Mask
  • 3.4 IP Address Classes
  • 3.5 Subnetting
  • 3.6 Protocols & Ports
  • 3.7 Section Summary
4.0 VLANS

5.0 Level Conclusion>
Level 3 Introduction

1.0 Network Services
  • 1.1 Intranets & Extranets
  • 1.2 Section Summary
2.0 Network Components
  • 2.1 Using Remote Access
  • 2.2 Section Summary
3.0 Network Security
  • 3.1 Kerberos
  • 3.2 Identifying Security Protocols
  • 3.3 Section Summary
4.0 Operating Systems

5.0 Level Conclusion

Level 4 Introduction

1.0 WAN
  • 1.1 Connection Types
  • 1.2 WAN Technologies
  • 1.3 T Carrier System
  • 1.4 Optical Carrier
  • 1.5 Section Summary
2.0 Internet Access
  • 2.1 Section Summary
3.0 Disaster Planning
  • 3.1 Anti-virus
  • 3.2 Fault Tolerance
  • 3.3 Disaster Recovery
  • 3.4 Tools of the Trade
  • 3.5 Section Summary
4.0 Troubleshooting
  • 4.1 Utilities
5.0 Course Conclusion