Topics included in this course : Basic networking concepts, the OSI model, network adapters, introducing protocols, network cabling & devices, internetworking components, remote & WAN connectivity, troubleshooting hardware components, TCP/IP fundamentals
- Course Outline
- Discuss basic networking concepts, including network types, network operating systems, server types, topologies, and planning in network design.
- Explain the significance of the OSI Model, label the seven layers of the OSI Model, and describe the services provided by each layer of the OSI Model.
- Discuss network adapter configuration, NDIS and ODI models, and troubleshoot network adapter problems.
- Discuss the concept of protocols and channel access methods, and discuss transport, remote access, and security protocols.
- Illustrate the basic properties, purpose, and functionality of network cabling, identify the characteristics and appropriate implementation techniques for various types of cables and connectors, and discuss Ethernet, Token Ring, and other devices.
- Discuss internetworking, describe and contrast the functions of bridges, switches, and routers, and discuss routing protocols.
- Describe the properties, benefits, and potential issues involved with POTS, ISDN, cable modem, xDSL, satellite, and wireless remote access methods, configure Windows XP/Server 2003 with a modem, establish a dial-up network connection by using Windows XP/Server2003, discuss Remote Access Service (RAS) and remote access clients, and discuss WAN connectivity.
- Discuss the environmental factors that affect computer networks, define physical and logical indicators of network trouble, identify the function of common network tools, and discuss the science of troubleshooting.
- Discuss the evolution of TCP/IP and the fundamentals of TCP/IP.
Unit 1: Basic networking concepts
Topic A: Networking fundamentals
Topic B: Types of servers
Topic C: Topologies
Topic D: Planning in network design
Unit 2: The OSI Model
Topic A: Introduction to the OSI model
Unit 3: Network adapters
Topic A: Network adapter configuration
Topic B: Troubleshooting network adapter problems
Unit 4: Introducing protocols
Topic A: Introduction to protocols
Topic B: Channel access methods
Topic C: Transport protocols
Topic D: Remote access protocols
Topic E: Security protocols
Unit 5: Network cabling and devices
Topic A: Network communication methods
Topic B: Cables and connectors
Topic C: Coaxial and fiber optic cables
Topic D: Ethernet and Token Ring devices
Unit 6: Internetworking components
Topic A: Introduction to internetworking
Topic B: Introducing bridges, routers and switches
Unit 7: Remote and WAN connectivity
Topic A: Introduction to remote connectivity
Topic B: Installing and configuring a modem
Topic C: Remote Access Service (RAS) and remote access clients
Topic D: WAN connectivity
Unit 8: Troubleshooting hardware components
Topic A: Introduction to troubleshooting
Topic B: Introduction to common network tools
Topic C: The science of troubleshooting
Unit 9: TCP/IP fundamentals
Topic A: Evolution of TCP/IP
Topic B: TCP/IP fundamentals
Unit 10: TCP/IP addressing and subnetting
Topic A: IP addressing
Topic B: Subnetting and special addressing
Topic C: TCP/IP installation and configuration
Unit 11: Name resolution
Topic A: The HOSTS file and Domain Name System
Topic B: NetBIOS name resolution
Unit 12: Firewalls and proxies
Topic A: Firewalls
Topic B: Proxy servers
Unit 13: Troubleshooting network connectivity
Topic A: TCP/IP troubleshooting tools
Topic B: Telnet
Topic C: File Transfer Protocol
Topic D: Troubleshooting examples
Unit 14: Identifying network operating system features
Topic A: Microsoft Windows
Topic B: Novell NetWare
Topic C: UNIX, Linux, and Mac OS X Server
Topic D: AppleShare IP
Unit 15: Network clients
Topic A: Network client review
Unit 16: Directory services
Topic A: Windows networking concepts
Topic B: Directory services planning and implementation
Topic C: Introduction to Active Directory
Topic D: New Active Directory features in Windows Server 2003
Topic E: Windows NT domains
Topic F: Novell Directory Services/eDirectory
Unit 17: Accessing and managing resources in a Windows network
Topic A: Creating and managing Active Directory user accounts
Topic B: Introduction to group accounts
Topic C: The NTFS file system and permissions
Topic D: Working with shared folders
Topic E: Introduction to printing concepts
Unit 18: Monitoring and troubleshooting a Windows server
Topic A: Introduction to server monitoring
Topic B: Troubleshooting with Event Viewer
Topic C: Working with the Performance console
Unit 19: Managing and troubleshooting resources in a NetWare network
Topic A: User and group management
Topic B: Rights and trustee assignments
Topic C: User account restrictions
Topic D: NDS/eDirectory context
Topic E: NetWare log files
Topic F: Using monitoring and management tools
Unit 20: Fault tolerance and disaster recovery
Topic A: System fault tolerance
Topic B: Replication
Topic C: Backup and UPS
Unit 21: Routine maintenance
Topic A: Keeping NOS software up to date
Topic B: Virus protection
Unit 22: Troubleshooting
Topic A: Assessing and responding to problems
Topic B: Troubleshooting procedures
Topic C: Troubleshooting scenarios
Appendix A: Installing NetWare 6.5
Topic A: Basic NetWare server installation
Appendix B: Installing Windows 2000 Server
Topic A: Installing Windows 2000 Server
Appendix C: Certification exam objectives map
Topic A: Comprehensive exam objectives
- Prerequisites & Certificates
Participants will receive a Certificate of completion
- Cancellation Policy
We require 16 calendar days notice to reschedule or cancel any registration. Failure to provide the required notification will result in 100% charge of the course. If a student does not attend a scheduled course without prior notification it will result in full forfeiture of the funds and no reschedule will be allowed. Within the required notification period, only student substitutions will be permitted.
Reschedules are permitted at anytime with 16 or more calendar days notice. Enrollments must be rescheduled within six months of the cancel date or funds on account will be forfeited.
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