Network+ Certification

Network+ Certification

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For courses in Net+ Certification. The Marcraft/Prentice Hall NETWORK+ Certification Course is a superbly illustrated theory text and hands-on lab guide designed to prepare students and technicians for the "Computing Technology Association's" Network + certification exam, Microsoft's Networking Essentials exam, and/or the ETA's (Electronics Technicians Association) "Certified Network Systems Technician" (CNST) certification more

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  • Mixed media product | 880 pages
  • 212.3 x 289.1 x 33.8mm | 1,778.1g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Que Corporation,U.S.
  • United States
  • English
  • Revised
  • 2nd Revised edition
  • illustrations, glossary, index
  • 0130606251
  • 9780130606259

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COMPLETE - INNOVATIVE - ACCURATE &#149 THOROUGH The Network+ certification is a company-neutral, industry-wide recognition of computer networking knowledge. It is a logical next step from the A+ certification (the standard for computer service technicians), as well as a path for entering into a networking career. Over 50 leading companies and training organizations, including Marcraft, Novell, Compaq, Digital Equipment, US West Lotus, US Robotics, and the Information Technology Training Association (ITTA), support this industry-wide Network+ certification program. The Marcraft Network Certification Course is a superbly illustrated theory text and hands-on lab guide designed to prepare students and technicians for the Computing Technology Industry Association's Network+ certification exam, Microsoft(R) Networking Essentials(TM) exam, and/or the ETA's (Electronics Technicians Association) Certified Network Systems Technician (CNST) certification exam. The Marcraft program includes hands-on CISCO(R) router setup and configuration labs. It's an ideal introduction for students planning to enroll in the CISCO(R) Network Academy program. Network KnowledgeOperating a Network Management SystemSetting Up Standard Operating ProceduresAdministering the NetworkPlanning a Customer's JobMaintaining the NetworkImplementing a Change Control SystemNetwork PracticesImplementing the Installation of a NetworkManaging Support EffortsTroubleshooting the NetworkDesigning the NetworkAnalyzing/Evaluating the Accountability of New TechnologyDeveloping Documentation and SOPSshow more

Table of contents

(NOTE: Each chapter concludes with Key Points Review, Review Questions, and Multiple Choice Questions.) 1. Network Topologies and Medai. 2. IEEE 802.X Protocols. 3. Networking Hardware. 4. ISO OSI Reference Model. 5. Network Protocols. 6. TCP/IP Utilities. 7. Remote Access and Security Protocols. 8. Network Services. 9. WAN Technologies. 10. Operating Systems. 11. Network Systems. 12. Network Media Losses. 13. Network Protection. 14. Troubleshooting Strategies. Appendix A. Network+ Objective Map. Appendix B. Glossary. more