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CompTIA Network+ N10-006

Video Description

17+ Hours of Video Instruction

CompTIA Network+ N10-006 Complete Video Course is a comprehensive training course that brings CompTIA Network+ exam topics to life through the use of real-world demonstrations, animations, live instruction, and configurations, making learning these foundational networking topics easy and fun.

Best-selling author, expert instructor, and double CCIE Kevin Wallace walks you through the full range of topics on the CompTIA Network+ N10-006 exam, including protocol reference models; network devices, topologies, and services; WAN technologies; network cables and connectors; network design; LAN technologies; network addressing and routing; unified communication; virtualization; network security; and network maintenance. This unique product contains multiple types of video presentations, including live instructor whiteboarding, real-world demonstrations, animations of network activity, dynamic KeyNote presentations, doodle videos, and hands-on router and switch CLI configuration and troubleshooting in real lab environments, enabling you to learn both the concepts and the hands-on application.

The 200+ videos contained in this product provide you more than 17 hours of instruction. Modules are divided into easy to digest lessons and conclude with module review summaries. The product concludes with a series of lessons that give you valuable advice to help prepare for the actual exam.

Designed to take you inside Network+ concepts in a unique and interactive way, CompTIA Network+ N10-006 Complete Video Course is guaranteed to help you master the foundational networking topics that will help you succeed on the exam and on the job.

About the Instructor

Kevin Wallace, CCIEx2 (Collaboration and R/S) No. 7945, CCSI No. 20061

With Cisco experience dating back to 1989, Kevin has been a network design specialist for the Walt Disney World Resort, an instructor of Cisco courses for Skillsoft, and a network manager for Eastern Kentucky University.

Kevin currently produces video courses and writes books for Cisco Press/Pearson IT Certification (http://kwtrain.com/books), and he lives in central Kentucky with his wife (Vivian) and two daughters (Stacie and Sabrina).

Kevin can be followed on these social media platforms.
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Skill Level

  • Beginner

What You Will Learn

  • Fundamental networking concepts, such as protocol reference models, network devices and theory, network topologies, and network services
  • WAN technologies including ISDN, Frame Relay, PPP, MPLS, Metro-Ethernet, and more
  • How to work with different network cables and connectors
  • Network design considerations
  • Switch and wireless LAN configuration
  • IPv4 and IPv6 addressing
  • Routing fundamentals including RIP, OSPF, IS-IS, and BGP routing protocols; HSRP and VRRP; route aggregation; and routing metrics
  • Unified communications, Voice over IP (VoIP), video, and QoS
  • Virtualized devices, storage area network technologies (SAN), and cloud technologies
  • Network security attacks, vulnerabilities, policies, defenses, and counter-measures
  • Network monitoring tools and analysis, configuration management, and best practices
  • Network troubleshooting

Who Should Take This Course?

Anyone interested in obtaining their CompTIA Network+ certification or anyone interested in learning basic networking concepts, configuration, and troubleshooting skills.

Course Requirements
Although this complete video training product does not assume any prior knowledge of network administration or configuration, you should understand the fundamental purposes of a network and be comfortable working with a computer.

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Table of Contents

  1. Course Introduction
    1. Course Introduction 00:01:44
  2. Part I: Fundamental Networking Concepts
    1. Fundamental Networking Concepts: Introduction 00:01:04
  3. Module 1: Protocol Reference Models
    1. Protocol Reference Models: Introduction 00:00:59
    2. The OSI Model 00:09:22
    3. Layer 1 -- The Physical Layer 00:13:56
    4. Layer 2 -- The Data Link Layer 00:15:37
    5. Layer 3 -- The Network Layer 00:11:10
    6. Layer 4 -- The Transport Layer 00:07:12
    7. Layers 5-7 -- The Upper Layers 00:09:13
    8. The DoD Model 00:03:38
    9. IP, ICMP, UDP, and TCP 00:09:04
    10. Port and Protocols 00:13:49
    11. Module 1 Review 00:00:35
  4. Module 2: Network Devices and Theory
    1. Network Devices and Theory: Introduction 00:00:43
    2. Analog Modems 00:05:04
    3. Common Network Infrastructure Devices 00:14:53
    4. Collision Domains 00:05:08
    5. Broadcast Domains 00:03:19
    6. Wireless Access Points 00:03:26
    7. Firewalls 00:09:51
    8. Intrusion Detection Devices 00:07:18
    9. Network Appliances 00:06:56
    10. Module 2 Review 00:00:47
  5. Module 3: Network Topologies
    1. Network Topologies: Introduction 00:00:52
    2. Hub and Spoke 00:01:46
    3. Full Mesh 00:04:06
    4. Partial Mesh 00:02:31
    5. Ring 00:03:51
    6. Bus 00:04:41
    7. Star 00:01:18
    8. Point-to-Point 00:03:13
    9. Point-to-Multipoint 00:03:08
    10. Hybrid 00:01:43
    11. Client-Server 00:01:44
    12. Peer-to-Peer 00:02:18
    13. LAN 00:04:12
    14. WAN 00:02:36
    15. MAN 00:03:26
    16. WLAN 00:05:17
    17. PAN 00:01:28
    18. SCADA 00:03:53
    19. Module 3 Review 00:00:49
  6. Module 4: Network Services
    1. Network Services: Introduction 00:00:57
    2. Virtual Private Networks 00:07:29
    3. Web Services 00:05:28
    4. Voice Services 00:06:38
    5. DHCP 00:02:51
    6. DNS 00:05:30
    7. NAT 00:11:34
    8. Module 4 Review 00:00:51
  7. Module 5: WAN Technologies
    1. WAN Technologies: Introduction 00:00:31
    2. Cellular Technologies 00:03:50
    3. ISDN 00:07:29
    4. Frame Relay 00:08:10
    5. ATM 00:03:24
    6. Satellite 00:03:32
    7. DSL 00:06:55
    8. Cable 00:03:41
    9. PPP 00:04:21
    10. PPPoE 00:02:37
    11. Leased Lines 00:05:30
    12. MPLS 00:04:20
    13. Metro-Ethernet 00:02:53
    14. Module 5 Review 00:00:40
  8. Module 6: Network Cables and Connectors
    1. Network Cables and Connectors: Introduction 00:00:37
    2. Copper Cables 00:06:27
    3. Fiber Cables 00:04:18
    4. Copper Connectors 00:02:44
    5. Fiber Connectors 00:01:57
    6. Media Converters 00:01:45
    7. Cabling Tools 00:07:04
    8. EIA/TIA 568 Standards 00:03:01
    9. Ethernet Standards 00:02:04
    10. Module 6 Review 00:00:40
  9. Module 7: Network Design
    1. Network Design: Introduction 00:00:58
    2. Design Concepts 00:12:12
    3. Design Considerations for Layers 1-3 00:05:44
    4. Wireless Design Considerations 00:03:58
    5. Environmental Design Considerations 00:02:49
    6. Module 7 Review 00:00:29
  10. Part II: LAN Technologies
    1. LAN Technologies: Introduction 00:00:40
  11. Module 8: Switch Configuration
    1. Switch Configuration: Introduction 00:00:46
    2. Configuring a Management IP Address 00:05:46
    3. Speed and Duplex 00:03:42
    4. Configuring a Default Gateway 00:01:27
    5. Setting Console and VTY Passwords 00:03:30
    6. VLAN Theory 00:08:32
    7. Creating VLANs 00:03:50
    8. Adding Ports to VLANs 00:03:16
    9. Trunking Theory 00:06:34
    10. Trunking Modes 00:04:45
    11. Creating Trunks 00:05:07
    12. VTP Theory 00:04:11
    13. VTP Modes 00:03:39
    14. VTP Operation Example 00:07:19
    15. VTP Configuration 00:05:12
    16. Power over Ethernet 00:09:04
    17. AAA 00:11:59
    18. Spanning Tree Protocol 00:00:37
    19. Introduction to STP 00:10:09
    20. STP Port States 00:07:40
    21. STP Practice Exercise 00:09:22
    22. STP Convergence Times 00:03:21
    23. STP Variants 00:05:19
    24. STP Configuration Example 00:13:33
    25. EtherChannel Theory 00:04:53
    26. EtherChannel Port Options 00:04:50
    27. EtherChannel Configuration and Verification 00:03:58
    28. Module 8 Review 00:00:32
  12. Module 9: Wireless LAN Configuration
    1. Wireless LAN Configuration: Introduction 00:00:50
    2. Introduction to Wireless LANs (WLANs) 00:05:35
    3. WLAN Antennas 00:04:36
    4. WLAN Frequencies and Channels 00:05:50
    5. WLAN Standards 00:11:52
    6. SOHO Wireless Router Setup 00:10:56
    7. Module 9 Review 00:00:51
  13. Part III: Network Addressing and Routing
    1. Network Addressing and Routing: Introduction 00:00:35
  14. Module 10: Network Addressing
    1. Network Addressing: Introduction 00:00:37
    2. MAC Addresses 00:04:02
    3. IPv4 Addressing 00:00:32
    4. Binary Numbering 00:10:42
    5. IPv4 Address Formatting 00:07:49
    6. Address Classes 00:05:49
    7. Private vs. Public IPv4 Addresses 00:04:33
    8. Unicast 00:01:48
    9. Broadcast 00:02:26
    10. IPv4 Multicast 00:02:14
    11. The Need for Subnetting 00:03:11
    12. Calculating Available Subnets 00:04:08
    13. Calculating Available Hosts 00:02:08
    14. Subnetting Practice Exercise #1 00:03:40
    15. Subnetting Practice Exercise #2 00:03:58
    16. Subnetting Practice Exercise #3 00:02:11
    17. Calculating Usable Ranges of IPv4 Addresses 00:09:29
    18. Subnetting Practice Exercise #4 00:05:46
    19. Subnetting Practice Exercise #5 00:08:48
    20. Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR) 00:02:20
    21. IPv6 Addressing 00:00:35
    22. IPv6 Address Format 00:03:43
    23. Shortening an IPv6 Address 00:03:10
    24. IPv6 Address -- Practice Exercise 00:02:14
    25. Global Unicast 00:01:29
    26. IPv6 Multicast 00:04:49
    27. Link Local 00:02:03
    28. Unique Local 00:01:49
    29. Loopback 00:01:04
    30. Unspecified 00:01:44
    31. Solicited-Node Multicast 00:04:02
    32. EUI-64 00:05:04
    33. Autoconfiguration 00:07:21
    34. IPv6 Traffic Flows 00:02:58
    35. Module 10 Review 00:00:34
  15. Module 11: Routing Fundamentals
    1. Routing Fundamentals: Introduction 00:00:47
    2. Routing Protocols 00:12:24
    3. Packet Flow in a Routed Network 00:05:12
    4. RIP 00:06:13
    5. OSPF 00:17:12
    6. IS-IS 00:05:22
    7. EIGRP 00:03:18
    8. BGP 00:05:59
    9. Route Redistribution 00:03:37
    10. HSRP 00:09:57
    11. VRRP 00:07:19
    12. Module 11 Review 00:00:37
  16. Part IV: Advanced Networking Concepts
    1. Advanced Networking Concepts: Introduction 00:00:42
  17. Module 12: Unified Communication Fundamentals
    1. Unified Communication Fundamentals: Introduction 00:00:36
    2. Voice over IP 00:14:24
    3. Video 00:04:23
    4. Unified Communications 00:06:56
    5. QoS 00:19:25
    6. Module 12 Review 00:00:44
  18. Module 13: Virtualization Fundamentals
    1. Virtualization Fundamentals: Introduction 00:00:54
    2. Virtualized Devices 00:06:33
    3. Storage Area Network Technologies 00:05:06
    4. Cloud Technologies 00:05:08
    5. Module 13 Review 00:00:40
  19. Module 14: Network Security
    1. Network Security: Introduction 00:00:41
    2. General Security and Availability Issues 00:19:00
    3. Denial-of-Service (DoS) Attacks 00:04:20
    4. Unauthorized Access Attacks 00:10:14
    5. Defending Against Attacks 00:04:50
    6. Switch Port Defense 00:03:06
    7. Access Control Lists 00:03:05
    8. Wireless Security Options 00:06:54
    9. User Authentication 00:02:54
    10. Physical Security 00:02:29
    11. Forensic Concepts 00:04:37
    12. Module 14 Review 00:00:28
  20. Part V: Network Maintenance
    1. Part V: Network Maintenance 00:00:47
  21. Module 15: Network Monitoring Tools and Analysis
    1. Network Monitoring Tools and Analysis: Introduction 00:00:34
    2. Device Monitoring Tools 00:09:22
    3. SNMP 00:04:29
    4. Traffic Monitoring Tools 00:11:08
    5. Environment Monitoring 00:03:20
    6. Wireless Network Monitoring 00:03:03
    7. Module 15 Review 00:00:35
  22. Module 16: Configuration Management
    1. Configuration Management: Introduction 00:00:34
    2. Configuration Backups 00:02:49
    3. Configuration of Devices for Enterprise Network Use 00:13:23
    4. Documentation 00:04:07
    5. Security and Compliance Requirements 00:04:32
    6. Module 16 Review 00:00:33
  23. Module 17: Network Best Practices
    1. Network Best Practices: Introduction 00:00:40
    2. Safety Procedures 00:05:59
    3. Wiring Management 00:06:33
    4. Power Management 00:04:31
    5. Rack Management 00:03:48
    6. Change Control 00:04:12
    7. Module 17 Review 00:00:22
  24. Module 18: Network Troubleshooting
    1. Network Troubleshooting: Introduction 00:00:41
    2. 7-Step Troubleshooting Methodology 00:02:41
    3. CLI Troubleshooting Utilities 00:12:23
    4. Layer 1 Troubleshooting 00:06:13
    5. Layer 2 Troubleshooting 00:05:33
    6. Layer 3 Troubleshooting 00:06:10
    7. Wireless LAN Issues 00:07:02
    8. Module 18 Review 00:00:22
  25. Final Preparation
    1. Final Preparation: Introduction 00:00:47
    2. How to Register for the Exam 00:02:57
    3. Study Strategies 00:12:27
    4. What to do on Exam Day 00:05:10
    5. Final Preparation Review 00:00:33