CompTIA Network+

Video training course for the Comptia Network+ network support technician exam. This course is the perfect follow-up to the A+. The Net+ is a required qualification with most government IT departments and is the perfect way to start to any career in networking, desktop support, security, or voice.

This qualification requires you to pass the N10-005 exam.

Your Instructor

Josh Penzell
Has a B.S. from Northwestern University and an M.F.A. from Brooklyn College, Josh is currently one of only a handful of trainers with both the live-classroom and virtual trainer certifications (CompTIA CTT+). He has been A+ and Network+ certified since 2000, and is additionally Security+, and Cloud Essentials Certified.

He is also a Microsoft Certified Trainer and a Microsoft Office Specialist.

  • Over 14 hours of video training
  • End-of-module exams
  • End-of-course certificate
  • Captions available
  • Exam vendor – Pearson Vue
  • Prerequisites – None
  • Recommended – A+
Module 1 Networking Fundamentals
Unit 1 Basic Network Theory and Terminology
Unit 2 Categories Of Networks and Models
Unit 3 Network Topologies
Module 2 Network Hardware and Media
Unit 1 Network Hardware Bounded
Unit 2 Network Hardware Unbounded
Unit 3 Network Connectivity Devices
Module 3 Network Communications
Unit 1 Data Transmissions
Unit 2 Media Access Methods
Unit 3 Signaling Methods
Module 4 Network Protocols and Services
Unit 1 Common Ports and Protocols
Unit 2 Common Interoperability Services
Module 5 Network Infrastructure and Design
Unit 1 Networking Standards
Unit 2 Communication Models: OSI
Unit 3 Communication Models: TCP/IP
Unit 4 Ethernet and Implementing a Wireless Network
Module 6 Network Routing & IP Addressing
Unit 1 IP Addresses and Conversion
Unit 2 IP Addresses and Subnetting
Unit 3 Default and Custom Addressing Schemes
Unit 4 Data Delivery Techniques and IPv6
Unit 5 IP Addressing Assignment Methods
Module 7 TCP/IP
Unit 1 TCP/IP Services
Unit 2 TCP/IP Tools and Commands
Module 8 Local Area Networks
Unit 1 LAN Administration and Implementation
Unit 2 Switching
Unit 3 Routing
Unit 4 Dynamic Routing and Protocols
Unit 5 Virtual Local Area Networks and SOHOs
Module 9 Wide Area Networks
Unit 1 WAN Administration and Implementation
Unit 2 WAN Transmission Technologies
Unit 3 WAN Connectivity and Utilizing Voice Over Data
Module 10 Remote Access
Unit 1 Remote Networking Fundamentals
Unit 2 Remote Access and Implementation
Unit 3 VPNs and Protocols
Module 11 Network Management
Unit 1 Network Management and Monitoring
Unit 2 Optimizing Network Performance
Unit 3 Network Documentation
Unit 4 Network Troubleshooting Model
Module 12 Network Security
Unit 1 Security Fundamentals
Unit 2 AAA
Unit 3 System Security Tools
Unit 4 Encryption and Cryptography 101
Module 13 Network Security 2
Unit 1 IDS/IPS Implementation
Unit 2 IPSEC and IPSEC Policies
Module 14 Network Security 3
Unit 1 Security Threats, Attacks, and Vulnerabilities
Unit 2 Threat Mitigation and User Education
Module 15 Network Tools
Unit 1 Hardware Troubleshooting Tools
Unit 2 Preventative Techniques (RAID, Fault Tolerance, Load Balancing)