Most organizations, regardless of size, will need a network in order for its users and resources to interconnect. A LAN is the simplest and most common network type used to provide communication over a small area. Understanding how to install LANs and the technologies that make them functional will enable you to choose and implement the right type of network for your organization. This course describes how to install and configure common network devices, such as routers and switches, and how to work with wireless technologies in order to create a functional wireless network. This course prepares the learner for the CompTIA Network+ 2012 certification exam N10-005. Network+ is sometimes referred to as N+ or Net+.
- Recognize how to install a router
- Describe the characteristics of NAT/PAT
- Match the network management tool to its correct description
- Recognize how to install a switch
- Describe the different configurations that can be made on switch ports
- Recognize the best type of wireless communication for a given situation
- Recognize wireless network components and standards
- Describe a wireless network implementation
- Recognize the components of DHCP
- Recognize how the DHCP lease process works
- Describe how to install and configure routers and switches
- Describe how to install and configure a wireless network
- Describe the components and processes of DHCP
The audience for CompTIA Network+ 2012 training will comprise IT personnel with at least nine to 12 months of IT networking experience. Good computer literacy along with a sound technical acumen should be present. This learning path is also suitable for students looking to acquire job skills, and to be trained specifically to pass the associated CompTIA Network+ (2012 Edition) certification exam. It is recommended, but not required, that candidates for the CompTIA Network+ 2012 exam obtain the CompTIA A+ certification or equivalent knowledge.