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This is a bundled training package. It contains training for each of the bundled items below:

Course Price
CompTIA Network+ 2012: Network Media and Topologies Part 2 $74.95
CompTIA Network+ 2012: Network Management $74.95
CompTIA Network+ 2012: Network Security Part 1 $74.95
CompTIA Network+ 2012: Network Security Part 2 $74.95
CompTIA Network+ 2012: Network Security Part 3 $74.95

Bundle Price: $199.00
Total Savings: $175.75


CompTIA Network+ 2012: Network Media and Topologies Part 2

There are a number of technologies involved in the delivery of Internet and network services. WAN technologies, such as DSL, provide local area networks with access to remote networks and the Internet, while LAN technologies give access to local computers and resources as well as a gateway to the WAN. This course describes the various WAN technologies in use today. Also covered are some of the properties of LANs such as the different topologies that can be used and Ethernet components. This course prepares the learner for the CompTIA Network+ 2012 certification exam N10-005. Network+ is sometimes referred to as N+ or Net+.
  • recognize switching technologies in WANs
  • describe WAN transmission technologies
  • recognize WAN connectivity methods
  • match the network model with its correct description
  • recognize physical network topologies
  • recognize logical topologies
  • describe switched Ethernet and Ethernet frames
  • recognize how to reduce collisions in Ethernet
  • describe the characteristics of Ethernet
  • describe Ethernet standards
  • recognize WAN technologies
  • recognize network topologies
  • describe an Ethernet network implementation

CompTIA Network+ 2012: Network Management

Managing, monitoring, and troubleshooting are the routine tasks performed on every network regardless of its size. Proper management and monitoring of a network can forestall many problems that commonly occur in a network environment as well as make troubleshooting problems that do arise that much easier. However, even in the best designed and managed networks, problems will arise. Knowing the proper troubleshooting methodology and being familiar with the many tools available to troubleshoot network issues – both hardware and software –will make the task of finding and solving problems much easier. This course describes the methods used to manage and monitor modern networks as well as the hardware and software tools used in the troubleshooting process. This course prepares the learner for the CompTIA Network+ 2012 certification exam N10-005. Network+ is sometimes referred to as N+ or Net+.
  • describe the ways to filter web content
  • sequence the stages in the web site caching process
  • describe VPN concentrators and load balancers
  • describe configuration management documentation
  • describe the benefits of change control and baselines
  • describe network appliances that can be used to enhance network services
  • describe configuration management documentation and change management
  • describe network management and SNMP
  • match the tool to the type of monitoring it would be used for
  • match the log file to its contents
  • recognize how to optimize the network's performance
  • analyze traffic using the appropriate network monitoring tool
  • optimize the network's performance
  • match hardware troubleshooting tools to their function
  • match software troubleshooting tools to their function
  • describe hardware troubleshooting tools
  • describe software troubleshooting tools

CompTIA Network+ 2012: Network Security Part 1

A network’s security is only as strong as the security of its individual systems. Before connecting individual computers to the network, you need to ensure that the computers are secured using proper security mechanisms. This level of security will help you overcome any potential issues that might occur otherwise. Unsecured systems can result in compromised data and, ultimately, lost revenue. Identifying the appropriate steps and measures you can implement to protect your systems and keeping your resources and revenue safe from potential attacks is a key aspect of securing systems on your network. This course explores security in wired and wireless environments. This course prepares the learner for the CompTIA Network+ 2012 certification exam N10-005. Network+ is sometimes referred to as N+ or Net+.
  • define the encryption protocols used in wireless networks
  • describe other measures to secure wireless networks
  • recognize the different ways access controls are used
  • match the type of VPN to its correct description
  • describe VPN encryption and VPN connection models
  • describe remote access
  • describe encryption components and additional encryption protocols
  • recognize the different types of authentication
  • recognize examples of authentication protocols and services
  • sequence the steps to authenticate a remote session connection
  • recognize security methods for a wireless network
  • describe remote control protocols for remote access
  • recognize the components of PKI encryption
  • describe user authentication

CompTIA Network+ 2012: Network Security Part 2

Security is a concern of everyone from the home user to the network administrator of a large enterprise. Although the threats and mitigation of threats are similar for both, the scale in which protections and solutions need to be applied is not. Everyone, regardless of their role, should be familiar with the different threats and attacks they may encounter and how to protect against them or clean up an infection. This course describes many of the threats that may be encountered in wired and wireless networks and how to mitigate those threats. This course prepares the learner for the CompTIA Network+ 2012 certification exam N10-005. Network+ is sometimes referred to as N+ or Net+.
  • recognize examples of wireless vulnerabilities
  • describe physical security, threats and vulnerabilities
  • classify the various types of attacks that can be made on a network
  • match the examples of threat mitigation techniques correctly
  • describe security best practices
  • recognize threats, attacks and mitigation techniques

CompTIA Network+ 2012: Network Security Part 3

Firewalls are a critical part of the defense of all PCs and networks. Firewalls can be either software- or hardware-based, but all firewalls are intended to restrict the connections and types of connection into and out of a host or network. Firewalls can't be the only defense used to guard against the increasing number of threats to computers and networks. Additional security appliances and programs, such as IPS and IDS, port and network scanners, as well as a variety of vulnerability assessment tools should be deployed to ensure that as many precautions as possible are taken. This course discusses many of these security measures and explains the properties and operations of firewalls. This course prepares the learner for the CompTIA Network+ 2012 certification exam N10-005. Network+ is sometimes referred to as N+ or Net+.
  • recognize common firewall types
  • recognize how firewalls operate
  • describe the process of Network Address Translation
  • describe the different categories of intrusion detection systems
  • recognize examples of IPS and vulnerability tools
  • match the program with the correct type of scanner
  • describe the characteristics of a firewall in a given scenario
  • describe the characteristics of an IDS in a given scenario
  • recognize examples of other network security solutions
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CompTIA Network+ 2012 Part 2 e-learning bundle
  • Course ID:
    252698
  • Duration:
    7 hours
  • Price:
    $199