The Total CompTIA Network+ Certification N10-007 Prep Course

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172 Lessons (22h)

  • Your First Program
  • Introduction
    Introduction to Network+ N10-0073:14
  • Chapter 1 - Network Models
    What is a Model?2:07
    OSI Model vs. TCP/IP Model7:02
    Walking Through OSI and TCP/IP12:08
    Meet the Frame5:52
    The MAC Address7:22
    Broadcast vs. Unicast4:19
    Introduction to IP Addressing7:41
    Packets and Ports4:57
  • Chapter 2 - Cabling and Topology
    Network Topologies10:14
    Coaxial Cabling5:23
    Twisted Pair Cabling6:24
    Cat Ratings6:05
    Fiber Optic Cabling8:41
    Fire Ratings5:21
    Legacy Network Connections7:04
  • Chapter 3 - Ethernet Basics
    What is Ethernet?6:31
    Ethernet Frames6:43
    Early Ethernet7:40
    The Daddy of Ethernet: 10BaseT3:23
    Terminating Twisted Pair14:25
    Hubs vs. Switches12:38
  • Chapter 4 - Modern Ethernet
    Connecting Switches5:15
    Gigabit Ethernet and 10-Gigabit Ethernet4:49
    Connecting Ethernet Scenarios13:57
  • Chapter 5 - Installing a Physical Network
    Introduction to Structured Cabling4:16
    Terminating Structured Cabling7:54
    Equipment Room7:18
    Alternative Distribution Panels3:49
    Testing Cable8:52
    Troubleshooting Structured Cabling, Part 15:05
    Troubleshooting Structured Cabling, Part 25:27
    Using a Toner and Probe2:45
    Wired Connection Scenarios10:30
  • Chapter 6 - TCP/IP Basics
    Introduction to IP Addressing and Binary12:42
    Introduction to ARP3:45
    Subnet Masks12:11
    Classful Addressing10:23
    Subnetting with CIDR9:48
    More CIDR Subnetting Practice10:01
    Dynamic and Static IP Addressing17:44
    Rogue DHCP Servers6:29
    Special IP Addresses7:01
    IP Addressing Scenarios14:46
  • Chapter 7 - Routing
    Introducing Routers15:18
    Understanding Ports5:25
    Network Address Translation6:24
    Implementing NAT2:36
    Forwarding Ports17:38
    Tour of a SOHO Router12:01
    SOHO vs. Enterprise8:41
    Static Routes12:39
    Dynamic Routing10:35
  • Chapter 8 - TCP/IP Applications
    TCP and UDP7:22
    ICMP and IGMP
    Handy Tools6:43
    Introduction to Wireshark10:37
    Introduction to netstat8:49
    Web Servers11:52
    E-mail Servers and Clients9:27
    Securing E-mail5:47
    Telnet and SSH9:16
    Network Time Protocol1:59
    Network Service Scenarios9:33
  • Chapter 9 - Network Naming
    Understanding DNS12:10
    Applying DNS18:56
    The HOSTS File3:45
    Net Command8:12
    Windows Name Resolution11:22
    Dynamic DNS5:25
    DNS Troubleshooting13:13
  • Chapter 10 - Securing TCP/IP
    Making TCP/IP Secure4:25
    Symmetric Encryption5:32
    Asymmetric Encryption3:19
    Cryptographic Hashes4:56
    Access Control4:20
    Single Sign-On10:09
    Certificates and Trust13:51
    Certificate Error Scenarios8:06
  • Chapter 11 - Advanced Networking Devices
    Understanding IP Tunneling6:04
    Virtual Private Networks (VPNs)12:44
    Introduction to VLANs11:52
    InterVLAN Routing3:09
    Interfacing with Managed Switches11:02
    Switch Port Protection6:41
    Port Bonding7:15
    Port Mirroring3:32
    Quality of Service5:10
    IDS vs. IPS4:28
    Proxy Servers12:44
    Load Balancing8:32
    Device Placement Scenarios12:59
  • Chapter 12 - IPv6
    Intro to IPv612:52
    IPv6 Addressing15:09
    IPv6 in Action13:13
    IPv4 and IPv6 Tunneling5:20
  • Chapter 13 - Remote Connectivity
    Telephony Technologies8:59
    Optical Carriers3:08
    Packet Switching4:56
    Connecting with Dial-up4:53
    Digital Subscriber Line (DSL)4:32
    Connecting with Cable Modems4:16
    Connecting with Satellites2:30
    ISDN and BPL4:01
    Remote Desktop Connectivity4:49
    Advanced Remote Control Systems8:42
  • Chapter 14 - Wireless Networking
    Introduction to 802.1111:38
    802.11 Standards12:17
    Power Over Ethernet (PoE)3:43
    Wireless Security Standards15:46
    Implementing Wireless Security6:56
    Threats to Your Wireless Network7:01
    Retro Threats5:05
    Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS)5:21
    Enterprise Wireless6:07
    Installing a Wireless Network14:44
    Wireless Scenarios7:02
    More Wireless Scenarios8:50
  • Chapter 15 - Virtualization and Cloud Computing
    Virtualization Basics7:15
    Cloud Ownership2:41
    Cloud Implementation11:36
    Your First Virtual Machine9:15
    NAS and SAN16:23
    Platform as a Service (PaaS)8:54
    Software as a Service (SaaS)2:39
    Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)9:32
  • Chapter 16 - Mobile Networking
    Cellular Technologies5:17
    Mobile Connectivity7:12
    Deploying Mobile Devices5:16
    Mobile Access Control6:26
  • Chapter 17 - Building a Real-World Network
    Network Types4:08
    Network Design9:46
    Power Management5:59
    Unified Communications11:12
    Network Documentation6:33
    Contingency Planning10:10
    Predicting Hardware Failure4:31
  • Chapter 18 - Managing Risk
    What is Risk Management?6:02
    Security Policies8:28
    Change Management6:41
    User Training2:56
    Standard Business Documentation5:08
    Mitigating Network Threats4:53
    High Availablity4:39
  • Chapter 19 - Protecting Your Network
    Denial of Service8:33
    Social Engineering3:55
    Access Control8:05
    Introduction to Firewalls4:30
    Hardening Devices13:49
    Physical Security Controls8:44
    Testing Network Security7:57
    Network Protection Scenarios14:18
  • Chapter 20 - Network Monitoring
    Documenting Logs9:15
    System Monitoring8:01
  • Chapter 21 - Network Troubleshooting
    Network Troubleshooting Theory5:12

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  • Troubleshoot basic to advanced network problems


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