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Network Engineer(N+) This course will lead you to the highly regarded N+ qualification – increasingly the industry’s examination of choice for computer network engineers. For many it is more than sufficient to secure a job as a network or support technician, and for others, it provides the catalyst for further study and to pursue professional status following either CCNA/CCNP (Cisco) or MCSA/MCSE (Microsoft) career paths.



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Career Opportunites

  • SUPPORT TECHNICIAN
  • FIELDNETWORK ENGINEER
  • NETWORK SUPPORT TECHNICIAN
  • IT SUPPORT ENGINEER

Syllabus

  • Day 1: Network Topologies & Types Of Network
  • Day 2: The OSI Model
  • Day 3: Networking Equipment – I
  • Day 4: Networking Equipment – II
  • Day 5: Understanding Frame Types, Especially Ethernet
  • Day 6: Understanding Wireless
  • Day 7: TCP/IP Addressing and IPv6
  • Day 8: Protocols of the TCP/IP Protocol Suite
  • Day 9: NAT and ICS
  • Day 10: DHCP, Port Forwarding, and DMZ Hosts
  • Day 11: TCP/IP Troubleshooting Tools
  • Day 12: NetBIOS
  • Day 13: Network Troubleshooting – A Case Study
  • Day 14: Common Protocol Suites
  • Day 15: DNS
  • Day 16: WAN Technologies
  • Day 17: Network Management
  • Day 18: Remote Access
  • Day 19: Repair Tools
  • Day 20: Final Review Questions

Part 1:

  • Networking Technologies & Devices
  • Cabling Media
  • Ethernet Technologies
  • IP Addressing
  • Routing

Part 2:

  • OSI Layers
  • TCP/IP Connections
  • Subnetting
  • Protocols Types
  • Functions & Operations
  • Broadcasting
  • Maintenance

Part 3:

  • Windows OS Identifications
  • Cabling Media
  • Interoperability
  • Authentication
  • File Permissions
  • Services
  • WAN Connections
  • Communications & Standards
  • Functions & Configurations
  • Remote Management
  • Performance
  • Maintenance & Troubleshooting

Part 4:

  • Security Concepts
  • Functions & Types
  • Configurations
  • Network Requirements
  • Filtering Concepts
  • User Accounts & Functions
  • Backup Operations
  • Monitoring
  • Performance
  • Troubleshooting

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