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CompTIA I-Net+

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Whether you’re an Internet developer or a marketing and selling an Internet solution, this Makau training is designed to teach you internet basics and clients, development, networking, security and business concepts. Topics include base-line technical knowledge of Internet, Intranet, and e-commerce technologies, independent of specific Internet-related career roles; implementing and maintaining Internet, Intranet, and Extranet infrastructures and services; and development of related applications. Move to the next level with Makau.

CompTIA retired the certification for i-Net+ on December 31st 2007.

4 levels - 82 modules - 12 learning hours

 

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SINGLE USER: CompTIA i-Net+ (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 i-Net+ (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: Jean McKay

With over 14 years in the training industry, Jean is an experienced professional with a proven track record in all phases of technical training. She currently holds over fifteen (15) professional training certifications in both Project Management and IT, and has spent the past decade teaching professionals how to do their jobs better, faster and more effectively.

Course Outline

Level 1

1.0 Internet Network Topologies
  • 1.1 Connection Sizes
2.0 Connection Devices
  • 2.1 Hardware Components
  • 2.2 Software Components
3.0 The Internet
  • 3.1 Internet Domain Names and DNS
  • 3.2 Using DNS
  • 3.3 URL
4.0 Protocols
  • 4.1 TCP/IP
  • 4.2 Remote Access Protocols
  • 4.3 Client-Server Components
  • 4.4 Mapping Protocols and Services
5.0 Application Servers

6.0 IP Addressing
  • 6.1 Private Addresses & Subnetting
7.0 Client Issues

8.0 Connectivity Issues
  • 8.1 Operating System
  • 8.2 Host File
  • 8.3 Internet Connection
9.0 Diagnostic Tools

10.0 Course Conclusion

Level 2

1.0 Internet Site Functionality
  • 1.1 Access to Your Web Pages
  • 1.2 File Types
  • 1.3 Image Sizes
  • 1.4 MIME Types
2.0 Caching
  • 2.1 Proxy Server
3.0 Searching
  • 3.1 Spider
4.0 Using Browsers and Clients
  • 4.1 Different Web Browsers
  • 4.2 Section Summary
5.0 Client Updates

6.0 Site Administration
  • 6.1 The Web Server
  • 6.2 Server Testing
  • 6.3 Server Speeds
  • 6.4 Load Testing
  • 6.5 Ecomm Testing
Level 3

1.0 Programming Languages
  • 1.1 HTML
2.0 HTML Pages
  • 2.1 Difference in Source Code Between Browsers
3.0 Multimedia Ext. & Plug-ins

4.0 Image & Multimedia File Formats
  • 4.1 File Compression & Encapsulation
5.0 Wireless Connection

6.0 Database Connection

7.0 Pre-Production Testing
  • 7.1 Storyboarding
  • 7.2 Section Summary
8.0 Site Monitoring
  • 8.1 Troubleshooting
  • 8.2 Error Codes
9.0 Level Conclusion

Level 4

1.0 Choosing Security
  • 1.1 Public Key Encryption
2.0 Identify Suspicious Activity
  • 2.1 Other Types of Attacks
3.0 Detecting Intruders

4.0 Using Access Control

5.0 Anti-Virus Software

6.0 Client Security Add-ons

7.0 Implementing Firewalls

8.0 Understanding DMZ ~(Demilitarized Zone)

9.0 Authentication/Encryption

10.0 Differentiating Networks:~ Internet, Intranet, Extranet, Private
  • 10.1 Weighing Internet, Intranet, Extranet, and Private Networks Security
11.0 E-commerce Terms & Concepts
  • 11.1 Defining E-business Models
  • 11.2 Marketing Considerations for E-business
12.0 Legal & Regulatory Issues
  • 12.1 Trademarks
  • 12.2 Open Source
13.0 Course Conclusion