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CompTIA Network+ Certification N10-006

Video Description

Everything you need to pass the CompTIA Network+ Exam, N10-006 from Mike Meyers, CompTIA expert and bestselling author.

About This Video

  • 15 hours in length and covers everything you need to know to pass your CompTIA Network+ Certification (N10-006) Exam

  • The course covers all the exam topics including: Network architectures, Cabling and topology, Ethernet basics, Network installation, TCP/IP applications and network protocols, Routing, Network naming, Advanced networking devices, IPv6, Remote connectivity, Wireless networking, Virtualization and cloud computing, Network operations, Managing risk

  • In Detail

    Welcome to the CompTIA Network+ Certification; N10-006. The Total Course from Mike Meyers and Total Seminars.

    This course is over 15 hours in length and covers everything you need to know to pass your CompTIA Network+ Certification (N10-006) Exam. The first goal of the course is to make you a good Network Tech and in the process make sure you are ready to pass the CompTIA exam.

    The course covers all the exam topics including: Network architectures, Cabling and topology, Ethernet basics, Network installation, TCP/IP applications and network protocols, Routing, Network naming, Advanced networking devices, IPv6, Remote connectivity, Wireless networking, Virtualization and cloud computing, Network operations, Managing risk.

    Table of Contents

    1. Chapter 1 : CompTIA Network+ in a Nutshell
      1. Studying for the Exam 00:03:11
    2. Chapter 2 : Network Models
      1. Meet the Frame 00:05:53
      2. The MAC Address 00:07:05
      3. Broadcast vs. Unicast 00:04:19
      4. Hubs vs. Switches 00:02:40
      5. Introduction to IP Addressing 00:07:41
      6. Packets and Ports 00:04:57
      7. What is a Model? 00:02:03
      8. OSI Model vs. TCP/IP Model 00:06:57
      9. OSI and TCP/IP Model Walkthroughs 00:12:03
    3. Chapter 3 : Cabling and Topology
      1. Coaxial Cabling 00:03:35
      2. UTP and STP Cabling 00:06:48
      3. Fiber Optic Cabling 00:08:30
    4. Chapter 4 : Fiber Optic Cabling
      1. What is Ethernet? 00:06:31
      2. Early Ethernet 00:07:40
      3. The Daddy of Ethernet - 10BaseT 00:03:28
    5. Chapter 5 : Modern Ethernet
      1. Modern Ethernet, Switches, and Duplex 00:07:35
      2. Connecting Switches 00:05:15
      3. Gigabit Ethernet and 10 Gigabit Ethernet 00:04:49
      4. Switch Backbones 00:04:35
    6. Chapter 6 : Installing a Physical Network
      1. Introduction to Structured Cabling 00:04:21
      2. Crimping Cables 00:08:45
      3. Punchdown Blocks 00:07:54
      4. MDF, IDF, Dmarc, and the Equipment Room 00:07:19
      5. Testing Cable 00:08:53
      6. Troubleshooting Structured Cabling, pt. 1 00:05:05
      7. Troubleshooting Structured Cabling, pt. 2 00:05:28
      8. Using a Toner and Probe 00:03:15
    7. Chapter 7 : TCP/IP Basics
      1. Introduction to IP Addressing and Binary 00:12:42
      2. Introduction to ARP 00:03:46
      3. Subnet Masks 00:12:11
      4. Classful Addressing 00:10:24
      5. Subnetting with CIDR 00:09:49
      6. More CIDR Subnetting Practice 00:10:01
      7. Dynamic and Static IP Addressing 00:17:50
      8. Rogue DHCP Servers 00:06:30
      9. Special IP Addresses 00:03:19
    8. Chapter 8 : Routing
      1. Introducing Routers 00:15:18
      2. Understanding Ports 00:05:26
      3. Network Address Translation 00:06:24
      4. Implementing NAT 00:02:37
      5. Port Forwarding 00:08:59
      6. DMZ, Port Range Forwarding, and Port Triggering 00:06:25
      7. Tour of a SOHO Router 00:12:02
      8. Introduction to Routing Protocols 00:10:36
      9. RIP 00:04:27
      10. OSPF 00:03:32
      11. BGP 00:05:49
    9. Chapter 9 : TCP/IP Applications
      1. Introduction to TCP and UDP 00:09:34
      2. ICMP and IGMP 00:06:08
      3. Introduction to Wireshark 00:09:05
      4. Introduction to netstat 00:08:50
      5. Web Servers 00:12:07
      6. FTP 00:11:49
      7. E-mail Servers and Clients 00:09:28
      8. Telnet and SSH 00:09:17
    10. Chapter 10 : Network Naming
      1. The Domain Name System (DNS), Pt. 1 00:12:10
      2. The Domain Name System (DNS), Pt. 2 00:11:21
      3. The HOSTS File 00:03:46
      4. Windows Name Resolution 00:11:26
      5. NET Command 00:08:12
      6. Dynamic DNS 00:05:20
      7. DNS Troubleshooting 00:13:13
    11. Chapter 11 : Securing TCP/IP
      1. Symmetric Encryption 00:05:32
      2. Asymmetric Encryption 00:03:20
      3. Cryptographic Hashes 00:04:57
      4. Access Control 00:04:21
      5. AAA 00:05:00
      6. Kerberos/EAP 00:07:40
      7. Cryptographic Tunnels with SSH 00:06:07
      8. Network Time Protocol 00:01:59
    12. Chapter 12 : Advanced Networking Devices
      1. Client/Server vs. Peer-to-Peer 00:05:04
      2. Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) 00:12:45
      3. Introduction to VLANs 00:11:52
      4. InterVLAN Routing 00:03:10
      5. Interfacing with Managed Switches 00:11:06
      6. Port Bonding 00:07:19
      7. Port Mirroring 00:03:33
      8. Quality of Service 00:05:11
      9. IDS vs IPS 00:04:29
    13. Chapter 13 : IPv6
      1. Introduction to IPv6 Addressing 00:05:02
      2. Advanced IPv6 Addressing 00:11:03
      3. IPv6 Tunnels 00:05:20
    14. Chapter 14 : Remote Connectivity
      1. Telephony Technologies 00:09:00
      2. Optical Carriers 00:03:09
      3. Packet Switching 00:04:56
      4. Connecting with Dial-up 00:05:51
      5. Digital Subscriber Line 00:06:12
      6. Connecting with Cable Modems 00:04:16
      7. Connecting with Satellites 00:02:30
      8. Cellular WAN 00:05:24
      9. ISDN and BPL 00:04:02
      10. Remote Connectivity 00:04:50
    15. Chapter 15 : Wireless Networking
      1. Introduction to Wi-Fi and Wireless Access Points 00:08:48
      2. 802.11 Standards 00:12:17
      3. Power Over Ethernet (PoE) 00:03:12
      4. Wireless Security Standards 00:11:33
      5. Implementing Wireless Security 00:06:56
      6. Threats to Your Wireless Network 00:08:20
      7. Retro Threats 00:05:05
      8. Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) 00:05:21
      9. Wireless Problem Scenarios 00:07:03
      10. Planning and Installing a Wireless Network 00:16:15
    16. Chapter 16 : Virtualization and Cloud Computing
      1. Virtualization Basics 00:07:16
      2. Your First Virtual Machine 00:09:15
      3. Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) 00:09:32
      4. Platform as a Service (PaaS) 00:09:04
      5. Software as a Service (SaaS) 00:02:39
      6. Cloud Ownership 00:02:42
    17. Chapter 17 : Building a Real-World Network
      1. Network Types 00:04:09
      2. Network Design 00:09:54
      3. SCADA and ICS 00:08:43
      4. Unified Communications 00:11:12
    18. Chapter 18 : Managing Risk
      1. What is Risk Management 00:06:03
      2. Security Policies 00:04:07
      3. Change Management 00:06:41
      4. User Training 00:02:57
      5. Points of Failure 00:04:38
      6. Standard Business Documentation 00:05:09
    19. Chapter 19 : Protecting Your Network
      1. Threats 00:07:27
      2. Social Engineering 00:04:03
      3. Access Control 00:08:05
      4. Testing Network Security 00:07:57
      5. Mitigating Network Threats 00:04:54
      6. Introduction to Firewalls 00:04:31
      7. Firewalls 00:10:12
      8. DMZ 00:05:30
    20. Chapter 20 : Network Monitoring
      1. SNMP 00:15:08
      2. Documenting Logs 00:09:16
    21. Chapter 21 : Network Troubleshooting
      1. MTU Problems 00:05:28
      2. Bad Connection Solutions 00:05:34
      3. Titanium Tech 00:04:39