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CompTIA Network+ (2009 Objectives)

Video Description

The CompTIA Network+ (2009 Objectives) certification is recognized internationally as validation of the technical knowledge required of foundationlevel IT network technicians. This certification exhibits proof that the successful candidate has the knowledge and skills necessary to manage, maintain, troubleshoot, install, operate, and configure basic network infrastructure. In this course, Mark Long takes you step by step through the process and technologies you need to get ready to take this exam. To begin learning today, simply click on the movie links.

Table of Contents

  1. Introduction
    1. Welcome 00:00:47
    2. Course Objectives 00:03:15
    3. Course Structure 00:03:07
    4. Network+ Certification Basics 00:05:00
    5. Network+ Testing Basics 00:05:10
    6. Taking the Exam pt. 1 00:06:31
    7. Taking the Exam pt. 2 00:05:19
    8. Exam Topics 00:03:43
  2. Introduction to Networking
    1. Networking Basics 00:05:36
    2. LANs and WANs 00:05:15
  3. The OSI Model
    1. What is the OSI? 00:04:10
    2. Physical Layer 00:03:04
    3. Data Link Layer 00:01:51
    4. Network Layer 00:01:57
    5. Transport Layer 00:03:25
    6. Session Layer 00:02:34
    7. Presentation Layer 00:02:00
    8. Application Layer 00:01:51
  4. Network Topology
    1. Network Topology Basics 00:02:23
    2. Bus Topology 00:02:50
    3. Star Topology 00:03:19
    4. Ring Topology 00:03:03
    5. Mesh Topology 00:02:47
    6. Point to Point Topology 00:02:43
    7. Hybrid Topology 00:02:58
  5. Network Cabling
    1. Cabling Basics 00:04:39
    2. UTP Cable 00:04:55
    3. STP Cable 00:03:08
    4. Coaxial Cable 00:03:35
    5. Fiber Optic Cable 00:03:34
  6. Ethernet Basics
    1. Network Standards 00:03:35
    2. What is Ethernet? 00:04:15
    3. Ethernet Frames 00:06:22
    4. CSMA / CD 00:05:59
    5. Ethernet Network Types 00:04:10
    6. Fast Ethernet 00:02:21
    7. Gigabit Ethernet 00:02:58
    8. Even Faster Ethernet 00:05:17
  7. TCP/IP Basics
    1. Understanding IP 00:04:50
    2. IP Addresses 00:04:26
    3. Subnet Mask 00:04:22
    4. Default Gateway 00:02:34
    5. Subnetting pt. 1 00:04:03
    6. Subnetting pt. 2 00:04:39
    7. Static Addressing 00:04:11
    8. Dynamic Addressing 00:04:38
    9. IP Address Classes 00:03:42
    10. Special Addresses 00:04:36
  8. IP Routing
    1. Understanding Routing 00:04:15
    2. Routing Tables 00:04:42
    3. Dynamic Routing 00:03:53
    4. Link State or Distance Vector 00:05:02
    5. Link State Protocols 00:03:36
    6. Distance Vector Protocols 00:04:29
    7. Hybrid Routing Protocols 00:03:10
    8. Network Address Translation 00:04:53
  9. Protocols
    1. TCP/IP Suite Basics 00:04:21
    2. Understanding TCP 00:04:58
    3. Understanding UPD 00:04:44
    4. Understanding ICMP 00:03:59
    5. Understanding IGMP 00:01:37
    6. Understanding FTP & TFTP 00:04:07
    7. Understanding HTTP 00:03:38
    8. Understanding ARP 00:05:25
    9. Understanding SSH 00:03:14
    10. Understanding Mail Protocols 00:04:59
    11. Understanding SNMP 00:03:28
    12. TCP/IP Applications 00:03:54
    13. Understanding Port Numbers 00:05:48
    14. Well Known Port Numbers 00:03:03
  10. Security and TCP/IP
    1. Security Basics 00:04:29
    2. Authentication 00:05:55
    3. Network Access Security 00:03:32
    4. Tunneling and Encryption 00:06:17
    5. Remote Access Security 00:06:45
    6. SCP 00:02:14
    7. SFTP 00:02:53
    8. Firewalls 00:05:50
  11. Advanced Networking
    1. Understanding VLANs 00:03:37
    2. Multi-Layer Switching 00:04:16
    3. QoS 00:02:39
  12. IPv6
    1. Why IPv6? 00:05:13
    2. IPv6 Basics 00:05:21
  13. Network Tools
    1. Network Utilities 00:02:02
    2. Ping 00:03:49
    3. Ipconfig 00:04:09
    4. Nslookup 00:04:50
    5. Netstat 00:05:14
    6. Unix Utilities 00:05:10
  14. Conclusion
    1. Course Wrap-Up 00:03:09
  15. Credits
    1. About the Author 00:01:59