CompTIA Network+ N10-007

Pearson presents CompTIA Network+ N10-007.

CompTIA Network+ N10-007

Course Description

CompTIA Network+ N10-007 Complete Video Course from Pearson is a comprehensive training course that brings CompTIA Network+ exam topics to life through the use of real-world demonstrations, animations, live instruction, and configurations, making learning these foundational networking topics easy and fun. Best-selling author, expert instructor, and double CCIE Kevin Wallace walks you through the full range of topics on the CompTIA Network+ N10-007 exam, including protocol reference models; network devices, topologies, and services; WAN technologies; network cables and connectors; network design; LAN technologies; network addressing and routing; unified communication; virtualization; network security; and network maintenance. This unique product contains multiple types of video presentations, including live instructor whiteboard... Read More »

CompTIA Network+ N10-007 Complete Video Course from Pearson is a comprehensive training course that brings CompTIA Network+ exam topics to life through the use of real-world demonstrations, animations, live instruction, and configurations, making learning these foundational networking topics easy and fun.

Best-selling author, expert instructor, and double CCIE Kevin Wallace walks you through the full range of topics on the CompTIA Network+ N10-007 exam, including protocol reference models; network devices, topologies, and services; WAN technologies; network cables and connectors; network design; LAN technologies; network addressing and routing; unified communication; virtualization; network security; and network maintenance. This unique product contains multiple types of video presentations, including live instructor whiteboarding, real-world demonstrations, animations of network activity, dynamic KeyNote presentations, doodle videos, and hands-on router and switch CLI configuration and troubleshooting in real lab environments, enabling you to learn both the concepts and the hands-on application.

The 200+ videos contained in this product provide you more than 17 hours of instruction. Modules are divided into easy to digest lessons and conclude with summaries.

This course from Pearson is designed to take you inside Network+ concepts in a unique and interactive way, CompTIA Network+ N10-007 Complete Video Course is guaranteed to help you master the foundational networking topics that will help you succeed on the exam and on the job.

What you will learn:

  • Fundamental networking concepts, such as protocol reference models, network devices and theory, network topologies, and network services
  • WAN technologies including ISDN, Frame Relay, PPP, MPLS, Metro-Ethernet, and more
  • How to work with different network cables and connectors
  • Network design considerations
  • Switch and wireless LAN configuration
  • IPv4 and IPv6 addressing
  • Routing fundamentals including RIP, OSPF, IS-IS, and BGP routing protocols; HSRP and VRRP; route aggregation; and routing metrics
  • Unified communications, Voice over IP (VoIP), video, and QoS
  • Virtualized devices, storage area network technologies (SAN), and cloud technologies
  • Network security attacks, vulnerabilities, policies, defenses, and counter-measures
  • Network monitoring tools and analysis, configuration management, and best practices
  • Network troubleshooting
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Course Details:

Target Audience

  • Anyone interested in obtaining their CompTIA Network+ certification or anyone interested in learning basic networking concepts, configuration, and troubleshooting skills.

Prerequisites

  • There are no prerequisites for this course.
Certificate Info:

Type of Certification

Certificate of Completion

Format of Certification

Digital and Print

Professional Association/Affiliation

This certificate is issued by Pearson LearnIT

Method of Obtaining Certification

Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive a certificate of completion.

Course Outline

  • Protocols and Reference Models (1.0.0)
  • The OSI Model (1.1.0)
  • The DoD Model (1.2.0)
  • IP, ICMP, UDP and TCP (1.3.0)
  • Protocol Data Limits (PDUs) (1.4.0)
  • Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) (1.5.0)
  • Port and Protocols (1.6.0)
  • Module 1 Review (1.7.0)
  • Network Devices and Theory (2.0.0)
  • Analog Modems (2.1.0)
  • Hubs, Switches, and Routers (2.2.0)
  • Collision Domains (2.3.0)
  • Broadcast Domains (2.4.0
  • CSMA/CD vs CSMA/CA (2.5.0)
  • Wireless Access Points (2.6.0)
  • Firewalls (2.7.0)
  • Firewall with a DMZ (2.8.0)
  • Intrusion Detection Devices (2.9.0)
  • VPN Concentrators (2.10.0)
  • Load Balancers (2.11.0)
  • Advanced Filtering Appliances (2.12.0)
  • More Network Appliances (2.13.0)
  • Module 2 Review (2.14.0)
  • Network Topologies (3.0.0)
  • Star (3.1.0)
  • Mesh (3.2.0)
  • Ring (3.3.0)
  • Bus (3.4.0)
  • Logical and Physical Topologies (3.5.0)
  • Point-to-Point (3.6.0)
  • Point-to-Multipoint (3.7.0)
  • Hybrid (3.8.0)
  • Client-Server (3.9.0)
  • Peer-to-Peer (3.10.0)
  • LAN (3.11.0)
  • WAN (3.12.0)
  • MAN (3.13.0)
  • CAN (3.14.0)
  • PAN (3.15.0)
  • WLAN (3.16.0)
  • Module 3 Review (3.17.0)
  • Network Services (4.0.0)
  • Virtual Private Networks (4.1.0)
  • Dynamic Multipoint VPNs (4.2.0)
  • Web Services (4.3.0)
  • Voice Services (4.4.0)
  • DHCP (4.5.0)
  • DNS (4.6.0)
  • NAT (4.7.0)
  • NTP (4.8.0)
  • SDN (4.9.0)
  • IoT (4.10.0)
  • SIP Trunks (4.11.0)
  • Module 4 Review
  • WAN Technologies (5.0.0)
  • Packet Switched vs. Circut Switched Networks (5.1.0)
  • Cellular Technologies (5.2.0)
  • Frame Relay (5.3.0)
  • ATM (5.4.0)
  • Satellite (5.5.0)
  • DSL (5.6.0)
  • Cable (5.7.0)
  • PPP (5.8.0)
  • PPPoE (5.9.0)
  • Leased Lines (5.10.0)
  • ISDN (5.11.0)
  • MPLS (5.12.0)
  • Metro-Ethernet (5.13.0)
  • Module 5 Review
  • Network Cables and Connectors (6.0.0)
  • Copper Cables (6.1.0)
  • Fiber Cables (6.2.0)
  • Copper Connectors (6.3.0)
  • Fiber Connectors (6.4.0)
  • Media Converters (6.5.0)
  • Transceivers (6.6.0)
  • Termination Points (6.7.0)
  • Cabling Tools (6.8.0)
  • EIA-TIA 568 Standards (6.9.0)
  • Straight-Through vs. Crossover Cables (6.10.0)
  • Ethernet Standards (6.11.0)
  • Module 6 Review (6.12.0)
  • Ethernet Switch Operation (7.0.0)
  • VLAN Theory (7.1.0)
  • Trunking Theory (7.2.0)
  • Power over Ethernet (7.3.0)
  • Spanning Tree Protocol (7.4.0)
  • Introduction to STP (7.4.1)
  • STP Port States (7.4.2)
  • STP Practice Exercise (7.4.3)
  • STP Convergence Times (7.4.4)
  • STP Variants (7.4.5)
  • Port Mirroring (7.5.0)
  • Distributed Switching (7.6.0)
  • Jumbo Frames (7.7.0)
  • Module 7 Review (7.8.0)
  • Wireless LAN Operation (8.0.0)
  • Introduction to Wireless LANs (WLANs) (8.1.0)
  • WLAN Antennas (8.2.0)
  • Wireless Range Extenders (8.3.0)
  • WLAN Frequencies and Channels (8.4.0)
  • WLAN Standards (8.5.0)
  • SOHO Wireless Router Setup (8.6.0)
  • Module 8 Review (8.7.0)
  • Network Addressing (9.0.0)
  • MAC Addresses (9.1.0)
  • IPv4 Addresses (9.2.0)
  • Binary Numbering (9.2.1)
  • IPv4 Address Formatting (9.2.2)
  • Address Classes (9.2.3)
  • Private vs. Public IPv4 Addresses (9.2.4)
  • IPv4 Unicast (9.2.5)
  • IPv4 Broadcast (9.2.6)
  • IPv4 Multicast (9.2.7)
  • The Need for Subnetting (9.2.8)
  • Calculating Available Subnets (9.2.9)
  • Calculating Available Hosts (9.2.10)
  • Subnetting Practice Exercise #1 (9.2.11)
  • Subnetting Practice Exercise #2 (9.2.12)
  • Subnetting Practice Exercise #3 (9.2.13)
  • Calculating Usable Ranges of IPv4 Addresses (9.2.14)
  • Subnetting Practice Exercise #4 (9.2.15)
  • Subnetting Practice Exercise #5 (9.2.16)
  • Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR) (9.2.17)
  • IPv6 Addresses (9.3.0) 00:00:38
  • IPv6 Address Format (9.3.1)
  • Shortening an IPv6 Address (9.3.2)
  • IPv6 Address‚ÄîPractice Exercise (9.3.3)
  • Global Unicast (9.3.4)
  • IPv6 Multicast (9.3.5)
  • Link Local (9.3.6)
  • Unique Local (9.3.7)
  • Loopback (9.3.8)
  • Unspecified (9.3.9)
  • Solicited-Node Multicast (9.3.10)
  • EUI-64 (9.3.11)
  • Autoconfiguration (9.3.12)
  • IPv6 Traffic Flows (9.3.13)
  • Strategies to Support Both IPv4 and IPv6 (9.4.0)
  • Dual Stack (9.4.1)
  • Tunneling IPv6 Through an IPv4 Network (9.4.2)
  • IP Address Management (IPAM) (9.4.3)
  • Module 9 Review (9.5.0)
  • Routing Fundamentals (10.0.0)
  • Routing Protocols (10.1.0)
  • Packet Flow in a Routed Network (10.2.0)
  • RIP (10.3.0)
  • OSPF (10.4.0)
  • EIGRP (10.5.0)
  • BGP (10.6.0)
  • Route Redistribution (10.7.0)
  • Module 10 Review (10.8.0)
  • Unified Communication Fundamentals (11.0.0)
  • Voice over IP (11.1.0)
  • Video over IP (11.2.0)
  • Unified Communications (11.3.0)
  • Quality of Service (QoS) (11.4.0)
  • Overview of QoS Mechanisms (11.4.1)
  • QoS Markings (11.4.2)
  • Traffic Shaping and Policing (11.4.3)
  • Module 11 Review (11.5.0)
  • Virtualization Fundamentals (12.0.0)
  • Virtualized Devices (12.1.0)
  • Virtual IP (12.2.0)
  • Storage Area Network (SAN) Technologies (12.3.0)
  • Using InfiniBand for SANs (12.4.0)
  • Cloud Technologies (12.5.0)
  • Accessing Cloud Services (12.6.0)
  • Module 12 Review (12.7.0
  • Network Security (13.0.0)
  • General Security and Availability Issues (13.1.0)
  • Common Network Attacks (13.2.0)
  • Unauthorized Access Attacks (13.3.0)
  • Common Defense Strategies (13.4.0)
  • Switch Port Defense (13.5.0)
  • Access Control Lists (13.6.0)
  • Wireless Security Options (13.7.0)
  • AAA (13.8.0)
  • User Authentication (13.9.0)
  • Physical Security (13.10.0)
  • Forensic Concepts (13.11.0)
  • Device Hardening (13.12.0)
  • Mitigating Network Threats (13.13.0)
  • Module 13 Review (13.14.0)
  • Network Monitoring Tools and Analysis (14.0.0)
  • Device Monitoring Tools (14.1.0)
  • SNMP (14.2.0)
  • Remote Access Methods (14.3.0)
  • Environment Monitoring (14.4.0)
  • Wireless Network Monitoring (14.5.0)
  • Module 14 Review (14.6.0)
  • Network Best Practices (15.0.0)
  • Safety Procedures (15.1.0)
  • Wiring Management (15.2.0)
  • Power Management (15.3.0)
  • Rack Management (15.4.0)
  • Change Control (15.5.0)
  • High Availability (15.6.0)
  • Disaster Recovery (15.7.0)
  • Standards, Policies, and Rules (15.8.0)
  • Documentation (15.9.0)
  • Module 15 Review (15.10.0)
  • Network Troubleshooting (16.0.0)
  • 7-Step Troubleshooting Methodology (16.1.0)
  • CLI Troubleshooting Utilities (16.2.0)
  • Common LAN Issues (16.3.0)
  • Common Wireless LAN Issues (16.4.0)
  • Common Network Service Issues (16.5.0)
  • Module 16 Review (16.6.0)
  • Final Preparation (17.0.0)
  • How to Register for the Exam (17.1.0)
  • Study Strategies (17.2.0)
  • What to do on Exam Day (17.3.0)
  • Final Preparation - Review (17.4.0)

Technical Requirements

Although this complete video training product does not assume any prior knowledge of network administration or configuration, you should understand the fundamental purposes of a network and be comfortable working with a computer.

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