Network+ Sheffield Course

CompTIA Network+ Sheffield Course (Exam N10-008)

Official CompTIA Network+ Yorkshire training utilising the latest in classroom learning

CompTIA Network+ (Network-Plus) Sheffield Course for Exam N10-008

Worldwide recognised vendor-neutral essential IT networking certification - ANSI and ISO standard.

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Network+ Sheffield Course Introduction

Achieve your next career step by attaining this most sought-after IT networking certification!

TrainX's Network+ course in Sheffield, Yorkshire is CompTIA authorised and designed to achieve the learning objectives of the required examination as efficiently as possible.

Our in-house trainer is a CompTIA Certified Technical Trainer (CTT+) which validates the trainer's skills in classroom training delivery and has the relevant CompTIA technical certifications along with a broad experience with Microsoft and Cisco technologies.

The course delivery includes discussions, presentations and a high level of hands-on with real hardware including PCs, hubs, cabling and routers.

Network+ Certification and Related Examinations

To achieve Network+ certification, you'll need to pass the following exam:

  • CompTIA Network+ N10-008 - foundation-level networking skills and knowledge

The CompTIA Network+ Certification

The certification meets ISO 17024 and is owned by CompTIA (Website): CompTIA Network+

Our Sheffield Network+ course covers the N10-008 examination syllabus and we provide additional preparation materials for N10-008 examination.

Audience

The Network+ is recognised worldwide as the foundational certification for IT professionals. Here's a list of just some of the job roles that the Network+ is a foundation for:

  • Datacenter Support Technician
  • Network Engineer
  • System Administrator
  • Network Operations Centre (NOC) Technician
  • Telecommunications Technician
  • Junior Network Administrator
  • Cable Technician
  • IS Consultant

Contact us for an informal chat about the value of the CompTIA Network+.

At Course Completion

After completing this course, students have covered the CompTIA Network+ exam syllabus (exam N10-008) which is presented under the follow domains:

  • 1.0 Networking Fundamentals
  • 2.0 Network Implementations
  • 3.0 Network Operations
  • 4.0 Network Security
  • 5.0 Network Troubleshooting

Contact us to discuss the course objectives.

Prerequisites

The course is suitable for learners who have core IT skills and the following is recommended as a prerequisite:

  • CompTIA A+ certification or equivalent knowledge and skills gained over a 9 to 12 month period

Please contact us for further information.

Network+ Course Materials

The courseware supplied is CompTIA's Official Student Guide and the associated CertMaster Labs.

The Network+ course requires reasonable understanding of Server and PC technologies and we provide a very comprehensive CompTIA authorised set of 'labs' during the course to ensure you've relevant 'hands-on' experience.

Course Outline - Days One through Five

The public course duration is five days - for onsite courses this may be varied.

Below is the overview of the 5 Domains (knowledge and skill areas). The course design is based on the listed domains and provides in-depth concepts and hands-on skill development for each.

  • 1.0 Networking Fundamentals
  • 2.0 Network Implementations
  • 3.0 Network Operations
  • 4.0 Network Security
  • 5.0 Network Troubleshooting

Lesson 1: Comparing OSI Model Network Functions

  • Topic 1A: Compare and Contrast OSI Model Layers
  • Topic 1B: Configure SOHO Networks

Lesson 2: Deploying Ethernet Cabling

  • Topic 2A: Summarize Ethernet Standards
  • Topic 2B: Summarize Copper Cabling Types
  • Topic 2C: Summarize Fiber Optic Cabling Types
  • Topic 2D: Deploy Ethernet Cabling

Lesson 3: Deploying Ethernet Switching

  • Topic 3A: Deploy Networking Devices
  • Topic 3B: Explain Network Interfaces
  • Topic 3C: Deploy Common Ethernet Switching Features

Lesson 4: Troubleshooting Ethernet Networks

  • Topic 4A: Explain Network Troubleshooting Methodology
  • Topic 4B: Troubleshoot Common Cable Connectivity Issues

Lesson 5: Explaining IPv4 Addressing

  • Topic 5A: Explain IPv4 Addressing Schemes
  • Topic 5B: Explain IPv4 Forwarding
  • Topic 5C: Configure IP Networks and Subnets

Lesson 6: Supporting IPv4 and IPv6 Networks

  • Topic 6A: Use Appropriate Tools to Test IP Configuration
  • Topic 6B: Troubleshoot IP Networks
  • Topic 6C: Explain IPv6 Addressing Schemes

Lesson 7: Configuring and Troubleshooting Routers

  • Topic 7A: Compare and Contrast Routing Concepts
  • Topic 7B: Compare and Contrast Dynamic Routing Concepts
  • Topic 7C: Install and Troubleshoot Routers

Lesson 8: Explaining Network Topologies and Types

  • Topic 8A: Explain Network Types and Characteristics
  • Topic 8B: Explain Tiered Switching Architecture
  • Topic 8C: Explain Virtual LANs

Lesson 9: Explaining Transport Layer Protocols

  • Topic 9A: Compare and Contrast Transport Protocols
  • Topic 9B: Use Appropriate Tools to Scan Network Ports

Lesson 10: Explaining Network Services

  • Topic 10A: Explain the Use of Network Addressing Services
  • Topic 10B: Explain the Use of Name Resolution Services
  • Topic 10C: Configure DNS Services

Lesson 11: Explaining Network Applications

  • Topic 11A: Explain the Use of Web, File/Print, and Database Services
  • Topic 11B: Explain the Use of Email and Voice Services

Lesson 12: Ensuring Network Availability

  • Topic 12A: Explain the Use of Network Management Services
  • Topic 12B: Use Event Management to Ensure Network Availability
  • Topic 12C: Use Performance Metrics to Ensure Network Availability

Lesson 13: Explaining Common Security Concepts

  • Topic 13A: Explain Common Security Concepts
  • Topic 13B: Explain Authentication Methods

Lesson 14: Supporting and Troubleshooting Secure Networks

  • Topic 14A: Compare and Contrast Security Appliances
  • Topic 14B: Troubleshoot Service and Security Issues

Lesson 15: Deploying and Troubleshooting Wireless Networks

  • Topic 15A: Summarize Wireless Standards
  • Topic 15B: Install Wireless Networks
  • Topic 15C: Troubleshoot Wireless Networks
  • Topic 15D: Configure and Troubleshoot Wireless Security

Lesson 16: Comparing WAN Links and Remote Access Methods

  • Topic 16A: Explain WAN Provider Links
  • Topic 16B: Compare and Contrast Remote Access Methods

Lesson 17: Explaining Organizational and Physical Security Concepts

  • Topic 17A: Explain Organizational Documentation and Policies
  • Topic 17B: Explain Physical Security Methods
  • Topic 17C: Compare and Contrast Internet of Things Devices

Lesson 18: Explaining Disaster Recovery and High Availability Concepts

  • Topic 18A: Explain Disaster Recovery Concepts
  • Topic 18B: Explain High Availability Concepts

Lesson 19: Applying Network Hardening Techniques

  • Topic 19A: Compare and Contrast Types of Attacks
  • Topic 19B: Apply Network Hardening Techniques

Lesson 20: Summarizing Cloud and Datacenter Architecture

  • Topic 20A: Summarize Cloud Concepts
  • Topic 20B: Explain Virtualization and Storage Area Network Technologies
  • Topic 20C: Explain Datacenter Network Architecture

Appendix A: Mapping Course Content to CompTIA Network+ (N10-008)


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