CompTIA Network+ Training
About CompTIA Network+ Training:
CompTIA Network+ Training is designed to certify the mid-level skills needed for a professional. CompTIA Network+ is a vendor neutral networking certification, which has global validation. CompTIA Network+ certification ensures the significant skills required to design, manage, configure and troubleshoot any wired and wireless networks. Our professional trainers help you to practice Comptia network+ practice test clear the CompTIA network+ exam and grab Comptia network+ jobs.
Why Learn CompTIA Network+ Training?
CompTIA network+ course content is prepared by expert. Our instructor will help you to understand and implement switching and routing concepts. You will understand important network concepts. Registered candidates will have clear idea of DNS. Learn CompTIA network+ online course for various career roles. This COMPTIA network+ certification will help you to install and manage network infrastructure. You will also In acquire advanced IP addressing knowledge.
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|01 Mar 2017||20 Hours||12:00 PM - 2:00 PM||Rs 19748 15799|
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|11 Mar 2017||20 Hours||12:00 PM - 3:30 PM||Rs 19748 15799|
|Regular batch 13 Mar 2017 ( 20 % Off )|
|13 Mar 2017||20 Hours||12:00 PM - 2:00 PM||Rs 19748 15799|
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What is customized training?
Customized training means as per your requirements, we will provide you online training. KernelTraining offers customized training solutions in order to meet learning objectives of our students. We understand that your training goals are unique.
CompTIA Network+ Pre-requisites:
No pre-requisites are required for this CompTIA network+ online course. It is recommended that you have:
- CompTIA A+ certification.
- Experience in networking field.
Course Targeted Audience:
- Network Field Technician
- Network Engineer
- Network Analyst
- Network Administrator
- Help Desk Technicians
- Network Support Specialist
CompTIA network+ Training Target:
- Troubleshoot network wireless devices.
- Establish network connectivity.
- In-depth concepts of network documentation.
- Compare WAN/LAN technology types.
- Install and configure network devices.
- Understand Domain name services concepts
- Examine connectivity issues and performance optimization.
- Understand network standards and protocols.
- Describe virtualization technologies.
CompTIA Network+ Training Format:
All registered candidates will be taking part in CompTIA network+ interactive classes led by real time certified expert. We will provide you high quality e learning CompTIA network+ content. You will have instant access to interactive sessions. Get access to LMS that is learning management system where you can find recorded sessions, CompTIA network+ study guides, interview questions and much more useful stuff.
CompTIA Network+ exam Details:
- Exam Codes: N10-006
- JK0-023 (For CompTIA academy partners only)
- Number of questions: 90
- Test Duration: 90 Minutes
- Passing score: 720 (100-900 scale)
- Test offered in Languages: English and Japanese
- Types of questions in CompTIA network+ exam: multiple choice and performance based.
CompTIA Network+ Certification:
Kernel provides CompTIA Network+ certification course certification letter at the end of the course; it’s a professional document work as a proof to show that a potential job candidate has completed a course and is eligible for a particular job. You will receive after the completion of CompTIA Network+ online classes. The certification consists of your grade/marks achieved according to the performance of the real-time live project you have done. The CompTIA Network+ certification card will be labeled with course name, course duration along with a grade.
In case you have a low grade for the first time, you can have a complete assistance from kernel in finishing the project with help from our instructors. We are here to help you 24×7.
CompTIA network+ Course curriculum:
1. Network architecture
Goal Set:At the end of this network security certification module you need to understand about router, switch, VPN, ATM, ISDN, RJ-11, RJ-45, wiMax, Dialup.
1.1 Explain the functions and applications of various network devices
Router, Switch, Multilayer switch, Firewall, HIDS, IDS/IPS, Access point (wireless/wired),Content filter, Load balancer, Hub, Analog modem, Packet shaper, VPN concentrator.
1.2 Compare and contrast the use of networking services and applications
VPN, Site to site/host to site/host to host, Protocols, IPsec, GRE, SSL VPN,PTP/PPTP,TACACS/RADIUS, RAS, Web services, Unified voice services, Network controllers.
1.3 Install and configure the following networking services/applications
DHCP, Static vs dynamic IP addressing, Reservations, Scopes, Leases, Options (DNS servers, suffixes),IP helper/DHCP relay, DNS, DNS servers, DNS records (A, MX, AAAA, CNAME, PTR),Dynamic DNS, Proxy/reverse proxy, NAT, PAT, SNAT, DNAT, Port forwarding.
1.4 Explain the characteristics and benefits of various WAN technologies
Fiber, SONET,DWDM,CWDM, Frame relay, Satellite, Broadband cable, DSL/ADSL,ISDN,ATM, PPP/Multilink PPP,MPLS,GSM/CDMA,LTE/4G,HSPA+,3G,Edge,Dialup,WiMAX,Metro-Ethernet,Leased lines,T-1,T-3,E-1,E-3,OC3,OC12,Circuit switch vs packet switch.
1.5 Install and properly terminate various cable types and connectors using appropriate tools
Copper connectors,RJ-11,RJ-45,RJ-48C,DB-9/RS-232,DB-25, UTP coupler, BNC coupler,BNC,F-connector,110 block,66 block, Copper cables, Shielded vs unshielded,CAT3, CAT5, CAT5e, CAT6, CAT6a,PVC vs plenum,RG-59,RG-6,Straight-through vs crossover vs rollover, Fiber connectors ,ST,SC, LC, MTRJ, FC, Fiber coupler, Fiber cables, Single mode, Multimode, APC vs UPC, Media converters, Single mode fiber to Ethernet, Multimode fiber to Ethernet, Fiber to coaxial, Single mode to multimode fiber, Tools, Cable crimpers, Punch down tool, Wire strippers, Snips, OTDR, Cable certifier.
1.6 Differentiate between common network topologies
Mesh, Partial, Full, Bus, Ring, Star, Hybrid, Point-to-point, Point-to-multipoint, Client-server, Peer-to-peer.
1.7 Differentiate between network infrastructure implementations
WAN, MAN, LAN, WLAN, Hotspot, PAN, Bluetooth, IR, NFC, SCADA/ICS, ICS server, DCS/closed network, Remote terminal unit, Programmable logic controller, Medianets, VTC, ISDN,IP/SIP.
1.8 Given a scenario, implement and configure the appropriate addressing schema
IPv6,Auto-configuration,EUI 64,DHCP6,Link local, Address structure, Address compression, Tunneling 6to4, 4to6,Teredo, miredo,IPv4,Address structure, Sub-netting, APIPA, Class-ful A, B, C, D, Classless, Private vs public, NAT/PAT,MAC addressing, Multicast, Unicast, Broadcast, Broadcast domains vs collision domains.
1.9 Explain the basics of routing concepts and protocols
Loopback interface, Routing loops,Routing tables, Static vs dynamic routes, Default route, Distance vector routing protocols, RIP v2,Hybrid routing protocols, BGP, Link state routing protocols, OSPF,IS-IS, Interior vs exterior gateway routing protocols, Autonomous system numbers, Route redistribution, High availability, VRRP,Virtual IP, HSRP, Route aggregation, Routing metrics ,Hop counts, MTU, bandwidth, Costs, Latency, Administrative distance, SPB.
1.10 Identify the basics elements of unified communication technologies
VoIP, Video, Real time services, Presence, Multicast vs unicast, QoS, DSCP, COS, Devices,UC servers, UC devices, UC gateways
1.11 Compare and contrast technologies that support cloud and virtualization
Virtualization, Virtual switches, Virtual routers, Virtual firewall, Virtual vs physical NICs,Software defined networking, Storage area network, iSCSI, Jumbo frame, Fibre Channel, Network attached storage, Cloud concepts, Public IaaS, SaaS, PaaS, Private IaaS, SaaS, PaaS, Hybrid IaaS, SaaS, PaaS, Community IaaS, SaaS, PaaS.
1.12 Given a set of requirements, implement a basic network
List of requirements, Device types/requirements, Environment limitations, Equipment limitations, Compatibility requirements, Wired/wireless considerations, Security considerations.
2. Network operations
Goal set: At the end of this module of CompTIA network security you need to understand about SNMP, Syslog, Baseline, OS updates, VLAN, flooding, site surveys, Antenna types, mobile devices, channels.
2.1 Given a scenario, use appropriate monitoring tools.
Packet/network analyzer, Interface monitoring tools Port scanner, Top talkers/listeners, SNMP management software, Trap, Get, Walk, MIBS, Alerts, Email, SMS.
Packet flow monitoring, SYSLOG, SIEM, Environmental monitoring tools, Temperature, Humidity, Power monitoring tools, Wireless survey tools, Wireless analyzers,
2.2 Given a scenario, analyze metrics and reports from monitoring and tracking, performance tools, Baseline, Bottleneck, Log management, Graphing, Utilization, Bandwidth, Storage, Network device CPU, Network device memory, Wireless channel utilization, Link status, Interface monitoring, Errors, Utilization, Discards, Packet drops, Interface resets, Speed and duplex.
2.3 Given a scenario, use appropriate resources to support configuration management.
Archives/backups, Baselines, On-boarding and off-boarding of mobile devices, NAC, Documentation, Network diagrams (logical/physical),Asset management, IP address utilization, Vendor documentation, Internal operating procedures/policies/standards.
2.4 Explain the importance of implementing network segmentation
SCADA systems/Industrial control systems, Legacy systems, Separate private/public networks, Honeypot/honeynet, Testing lab, Load balancing, Performance optimization, Security, Compliance.
2.5 Given a scenario, install and apply patches and updates
OS updates, Firmware updates, Driver updates, Feature changes/updates, Major vs minor updates, Vulnerability patches, Upgrading vs downgrading, Configuration backup.
2.6 Given a scenario, configure a switch using proper features
VLAN, Native VLAN/Default VLAN,VTP, Spanning tree (802.1d)/rapid spanning tree (802.1w),Flooding, Forwarding/blocking, Filtering, Interface configuration, Trunking/802.1q,Tag vs untag VLANs, Port bonding (LACP),Port mirroring (local vs remote),Speed and duplexing, IP address assignment, VLAN assignment, Default gateway, PoE and PoE+ (802.3af, 802.3at),Switch management, User/passwords, AAA configuration, Console, Virtual terminals, In-band/Out-of-band management, Managed vs unmanaged.
2.7 Install and configure wireless LAN infrastructure and implement the appropriate
Technologies in support of wireless capable devices
Small office/home office wireless router, Wireless access points, Device density, Roaming, Wireless controllers, VLAN pooling, LWAPP, Wireless bridge, Site surveys, Heat maps,Frequencies,2.4 Ghz,5.0 Ghz, Channels, Goodput, Connection types,802.11a-ht,802.11g-ht,Antenna placement, Antenna types, Omni directional, Unidirectional, MIMO/MUMIMO, Signal strength, Coverage, Differences between device antennas, SSID broadcast, Topologies, Adhoc, Mesh, Infrastructure, Mobile devices, Cell phones, Laptops, Tablets, Gaming devices, Media devices.
3. Network security
Goal set: In this module you need to understand about disaster recovery, data breach, penetration testing, dental of service, wireless, brute force, VLAN hopping, man in the middle, un-secure protocols.
3.1 Compare and contrast risk related concepts
Disaster recovery, Business continuity, Battery backups/UPS, First responders, Data breach, End user awareness and training, Single point of failure, Critical nodes, Critical assets, Redundancy, Adherence to standards and policies, Vulnerability scanning, Penetration testing.
3.2 Compare and contrast common network vulnerabilities and threats
Attacks/threats, Denial of service, Distributed DoS, Botnet, Traffic spike, Coordinated attack, Reflective/amplified, DNS, NTP, Smurfing, Friendly/unintentional DoS, Physical attack, Permanent DoS, ARP cache poisoning, Packet/protocol abuse, Spoofing, Wireless, Evil twin, Rogue AP,War driving, War chalking, Bluejacking, Bluesnarfing, WPA/WEP/WPS attacks, Brute force, Session hijacking, Social engineering ,Man-in-the-middle, VLAN hopping, Compromised system, Effect of malware on the network, Insider threat/malicious employee, Zero day attacks, Vulnerabilities, Unnecessary running services, Open ports, Unpatched/legacy systems, Unencrypted channels, Clear text credentials, Unsecure protocols, TELNET, HTTP, SLIP, FTP, TFTP, SNMPv1 and SNMPv2,TEMPEST/RF emanation,
3.3 Given a scenario, implement network hardening techniques
Anti-malware software, Host-based, Cloud/server-based, Network-based, Switch port security, DHCP snooping ,ARP inspection, MAC address filtering, VLAN assignments, Network segmentation, Security policies, Disable unneeded network services, Use secure protocols, SSH,SNMPv3, TLS/SSL, SFTP, HTTPS, IPsec, Access lists, Web/content filtering, Port filtering, IP filtering, Implicit deny, Wireless security, WEP, WPA/WPA2, Enterprise, Personal, TKIP/AES,802.1x,TLS/TTLS,MAC filtering, User authentication, CHAP/MSCHAP, PAP, EAP, Kerberos, Multifactor authentication, Two-factor authentication, Single sign-on,Hashes,MD5,SHA.
3.4 Compare and contrast physical security controls
Mantraps, Network closets, Video monitoring, IP cameras/CCTVs, Door access controls, Proximity readers/key fob, Biometrics, Keypad/cipher locks, Security guard
3.5 Given a scenario, install and configure a basic firewall
Types of firewalls, Host-based, Network-based, Software vs hardware, Application aware/context aware, Small office/home office firewall, Stateful vs stateless inspection, UTM, Settings/techniques, ACL, Virtual wire vs routed, DMZ, Implicit deny, Block/allow, Outbound traffic, Inbound traffic, Firewall placement, Internal/external.
3.6 Explain the purpose of various network access control models,802.1x,Posture assessment, Guest network, Persistent vs non-persistent agents, Quarantine network, Edge vs access control,3.7 Summarize basic forensic concepts, First responder, Secure the area, Escalate when necessary, Document the scene, eDiscovery, Evidence/data collection, Chain of custody, Data transport, Forensics report, Legal hold.
Goal set: In this module you need to understand about theory of probable cause, determin cause, findings, actions, outcomes, command line tools, signal loss, bounce, AP placement, copper cable issues, IP, company security policy.
4.1 Given a scenario, implement the following network troubleshooting methodology, Identify the problem, Gather information, Duplicate the problem, if possible, Question users, Identify symptoms, Determine if anything has changed, Approach multiple problems individually, Establish a theory of probable cause, Question the obvious, Consider multiple approaches, Top-to-bottom/bottom-to-top OSI model, Divide and conquer, Test the theory to determine cause, Once theory is confirmed, determine next steps to resolve problem, If theory is not confirmed, re-establish new theory or escalate, Establish a plan of action to resolve the problem and identify potential effects, Implement the solution or escalate as necessary, Verify full system functionality and if applicable implement preventative, measures, Document findings, actions, and outcomes.
4.2 Given a scenario, analyze and interpret the output of troubleshooting tools.
Command line tools, ipconfig, netstat, ifconfig, ping/ping6/ping -6,tracert/tracert -6/traceroute6/traceroute -6,nbtstat,nslookup,arp,mac address lookup table, pathping, Line testers, Certifiers, Multi-meter, Cable tester, Light meter, Toner probe, Speed test sites, Looking glass sites, WiFi analyzer, Protocol analyzer.
4.3 Given a scenario, troubleshoot and resolve common wireless issues.
Signal loss, Interference, Overlapping channels, Mismatched channels, Signal-to-noise ratio, Device saturation ,Bandwidth saturation, Untested updates, Wrong SSID, Power levels, Open networks, Rogue access point, Wrong antenna type, Incompatibilities, Wrong encryption, Bounce, MIMO, AP placement, AP configurations, LWAPP, Thin vs thick, Environmental factors, Concrete walls, Window film, Metal studs, Wireless standard related issues, Throughput, Frequency, Distance, Channels.
4.4 Given a scenario, troubleshoot and resolve common copper cable issues.
Shorts, Opens, Incorrect termination (mismatched standards),Straight-through, Crossover, Cross-talk, Near end, Far end, EMI/RFI, Distance limitations, Attenuation/Db loss, Bad connector, Bad wiring, Split pairs, Tx/Rx reverse, Cable placement, Bad SFP/GBIC – cable or transceiver
4.5 Given a scenario, troubleshoot and resolve common fiber cable issues
Attenuation/Db loss, SFP/GBIC – cable mismatch, Bad SFP/GBIC – cable or transceiver, Wavelength mismatch, Fiber type mismatch, Dirty connectors, Connector mismatch, Bend radius limitations, Distance limitations.
4.6 Given a scenario, troubleshoot and resolve common network issues.
Incorrect IP configuration/default gateway, Broadcast storms/switching loop, Duplicate IP, Speed and duplex mismatch, End-to-end connectivity, Incorrect VLAN assignment, Hardware failure, Mis-configured DHCP, Mis-configured DNS ,Incorrect interface/interface mis-configuration, Cable placement, Interface errors, Simultaneous wired/wireless connections, Discovering neighboring devices/nodes, Power failure/power anomalies, MTU/MTU black hole, Missing IP routes, NIC teaming mis-configuration, Active-active vs active-passive, Multicast vs broadcast
4.7 Given a scenario, troubleshoot and resolve common security issues
Mis-configured firewall, Mis-configured ACLs/applications, Malware, Denial of service, Open/closed ports, ICMP related issues, Ping of death, Unreachable default gateway, Un-patched firmware/OSs, Malicious users, Trusted, Un-trusted users, Packet sniffing, Authentication issues, TACACS/RADIUS mis-configurations, Default passwords/settings, Improper access/backdoor access, ARP issues, Banner grabbing/OUI, Domain/local group configurations, Jamming.
4.8 Given a scenario, troubleshoot and resolve common WAN issues
Loss of internet connectivity, Interface errors, Split horizon, DNS issues, Interference, Router configurations, Customer premise equipment, Smart jack/NIU, Demarc, Loopback, CSU/DSU, Copper line drivers/repeaters, Company security policy, Throttling, Blocking, Fair access policy/utilization limits, Satellite issues, Latency.
5. Goal set: By the end of this module of Comptia Network+ certification classes you need to understand about OSI layers, modulation techniques, wireless standard, Air flow, labeling.
5.0 Industry standards
practices, and network theory,5.1 Analyze a scenario and determine the corresponding OSI layer ,Layer 1 – Physical, Layer 2 – Data link, Layer 3 – Network, Layer 4 – Transport, Layer 5 – Session ,Layer 6 – Presentation, Layer 7 – Application.
5.2 Explain the basics of network theory and concepts.
Encapsulation/de-encapsulation, Modulation techniques, Multiplexing, De-multiplexing, Analog and digital techniques, TDM, Numbering systems, Binary, Hexadecimal, Octal, Broadband/base band, Bit rates vs baud rate, Sampling size, CDMA,CSMA/CD and CSMA/CA, Carrier detect/sense, Wavelength, TCP/IP suite, ICMP,UDP, TCP, Collision.
5.3 Given a scenario, deploy the appropriate wireless standard.
802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n, 802.11ac
5.4 Given a scenario, deploy the appropriate wired connectivity standard
Ethernetstandards,10BaseT,100BaseT,1000BaseT,1000BaseTX,10GBaseT,100BaseFX,10Base2,10GBaseSR,10GBaseER,10GBaseSW,IEEE 1905.1-2013,Ethernet over HDMI, Ethernet over power line, Wiring standards, EIA/TIA 568A/568B,Broadband standards, DOCSIS.
5.5 Given a scenario, implement the appropriate policies or procedures
Security policies, Consent to monitoring, Network policies, Acceptable use policy, Standard business documents, SLA, MOU, MSA, SOW
5.6 Summarize safety practices
Electrical safety, Grounding ,ESD, Static, Installation safety, Lifting equipment, Rack installation, Placement, Tool safety, MSDS, Emergency procedures, Building layout, Fire escape plan, Safety/emergency exits, Fail open/fail close, Emergency alert system, Fire suppression systems, HVAC.
5.7 Given a scenario, install and configure equipment in the appropriate location using, best practices.
Intermediate distribution frame, Main distribution frame, Cable management ,Patch panels ,Power management, Power converters, Circuits, UPS, Inverters, Power redundancy, Device placement, Air flow, Cable trays, Rack systems, Server rail racks, Two-post racks, Four-post racks, Free-standing racks, Labeling, Port labeling, System labeling, Circuit labeling, Naming conventions, Patch panel labeling, Rack monitoring, Rack security.
5.8 Explain the basics of change management procedures.
Document reason for a change, Change request, Configuration procedures, Rollback process, Potential impact, Notification, Approval process, Maintenance window, Authorized downtime, Notification of change, Documentation, Network configurations, Additions to network, Physical location changes.
5.9 Compare and contrast the following ports and protocols
- 80 HTTP
- 443 HTTPS
- 137-139 NetBIOS
- 110 POP
- 143 IMAP
- 25 SMTP
- 5060/5061 SIP
- 2427/2727 MGCP
- 5004/5005 RTP
- 1720 H.323
TCP, Connection-oriented, UDP, Connectionless
5.10 Given a scenario, configure and apply the appropriate ports and protocols
- 20,21 FTP
- 161 SNMP
- 22 SSH
- 23 Telnet
- 53 DNS
- 67,68 DHCP
- 69 TFTP
- 445 SMB
- 3389 RDP
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