CompTIA Network+ N10-008 Certification Training
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. The previous Network+ N10-007 has now retired.
In order to qualify as a CompTIA Network+ engineer you need to pass one exam:
Once you certify you can support small-to-medium sized networks. You will be eligible for DoD roles or contracts which require CompTIA certification.
You will be able to:
- Explain the purpose of a variety of networking concepts and implement them appropriately
- Determine & explain the appropriate cabling, device and storage technologies
- Use best practices to manage the network, determine policies & ensure business continuity
- Summarize physical security & common attacks while securing the wired and wireless network
- Explain the network troubleshooting methodology & appropriate tools to support connectivity & performance
The Network+ certification is the perfect stepping stone to a career in IT security, wireless networking, cloud computing, network operations, project management and server support.
CompTIA Network+ Exam Pass
Earl used our CompTIA Network+ training course to pass his exam on the first try. Most students take two or three attempts to pass the Network+ exam ($338 per attempt).
Passing the Network+ N10-008 exam requires at least three months of study. You need to master the theory but also complete many hands-on labs so you really understand the software and protocols. The exam syllabus includes network hardware, routing protocols, troubleshooting security, virtualization, cloud, remote access methods, server support and more.
This course is for the newly updated N10-008 exam objectives.
Paul is a former police officer who made a career change into IT. He's passed his A+, Network+, MCSE,CCNA and Cisco CCNP. He's written several best selling books including 101 Lab – CompTIA Network+.
Paul lives near to Brisbane, Australia.
Please do check the CompTIA Network+ page for any exam news.
|Module 1||Networking Fundamentals|
|Unit 1||Welcome to the Course|
|Unit 2||The OSI Model|
|Unit 4||Network Topologies|
|Unit 5||Network Types|
|Unit 6||Cables and Connectors|
|Unit 7||IP Addressing Concepts|
|Unit 8||Subnetting Basics|
|Unit 9||Common Ports and Protocols|
|Unit 10||Network Services|
|Unit 11||Datacenter Network Architecture|
|Unit 12||Cloud Concepts|
|Unit 13||Connectivity Options|
|Unit 1||Packet Tracer Tour|
|Unit 4||Azure Cloud Trial|
|Unit 5||Azure Cloud Dashboard|
|Module 3||Network Implementations|
|Unit 1||Network Devices|
|Unit 2||Routing Technologies and Bandwidth|
|Unit 3||Common Ethernet Switching Features|
|Unit 4||Wireless Standards and Technologies|
|Unit 5||Wireless Access Point|
|Module 5||Network Operations|
|Unit 1||Statistics and Sensors|
|Unit 2||Organizational Documents and Policies|
|Unit 3||High Availability|
|Unit 2||Syslog 2|
|Unit 4||Half Duplex|
|Module 7||Network Security|
|Unit 1||Explain common security concepts.|
|Unit 2||Compare and contrast common types of attacks.|
|Unit 3||Given a scenario, apply network hardening techniques.|
|Unit 4||Compare and contrast remote access methods and security implications|
|Unit 5||Physical Security|
|Unit 1||802.1x Security|
|Unit 3||Motion Detection|
|Unit 4||File Hashing|
|Module 9||Network Troubleshooting|
|Unit 1||Explain the network troubleshooting methodology|
|Unit 2||Cable Issues|
|Unit 3||Software Tools|
|Unit 4||Wireless Connectivity Issues.|
|Unit 5||General Networking Issues|
|Unit 1||Bandwidth Test Tool|
|Unit 2||Netstat Command|
|Module 11||Bonus Exams|
|Unit 1||Exam 1|
|Unit 2||Exam 2|
|Unit 3||Subnetting Exam|
|Unit 4||TCP Exam and Basic Networking|
|Unit 5||TCP Exam|
|Unit 6||TCP Exam|