Course Code: 817

CompTIA Network+ Certification N10-009

Class Dates:
9/30/2024
Length:
5 Days
Cost:
$2695.00
Class Time:
Technology:
Network
Delivery:
Virtual Instructor-Led Training

Overview

  • Course Overview
  • CompTIA Network+ validates the knowledge and skills of networking professionals. It is an international, vendor-neutral certification that recognizes a technician's ability to describe the features and functions of networking components and to install, configure and troubleshoot basic networking hardware, protocols and services. This practical "hands-on" 5-day course will teach students the fundamental principles of installing and supporting networks.

    The new CompTIA Network+ N10-009 certification exam covers the latest trends in networking and validates the core skills necessary to establish, maintain, troubleshoot and secure networks in any environment, preparing learners for a rewarding career in networking and cybersecurity.
  • Audience
  • This course is intended for new or intending network support technicians wishing to qualify with CompTIA Network+ Certification. It is also suitable for experienced technicians who require an industry-backed credential that validates their skills and knowledge. This course will particularly benefit students pursuing a career in network support, in job roles such as network administrator, network technician, network installer, help desk technician and IT cable installer.

    Popular Job Roles
    Junior Network Administrator
    System Administrator


    Datacenter Support Technician

    IT Support Manager

    Tier II Support Technician
    Telecommunications Technician
    NOC Technician

Prerequisites

  • Students should meet the following criteria prior to attending the course:
    • Taken and passed both CompTIA A+ Certification exams or have equivalent knowledge and experience.
    • Six months to one year of post A+ Certification support experience.
    • Extensive experience of supporting end-users and PC-based systems.
  • Recommended Courses:

  • CompTIA A+ Core 1 (220-1001)
  • CompTIA A+ Core 2 (220-1002)
  • CompTIA IT Fundamentals

Course Details

  • What Skills Will Your Learners Gain?
  • Networking Concepts: Explain basic networking concepts, including the OSI model, network appliances, applications, cloud concepts, connectivity options and more.
  • Network Security: Understand security concepts and network attacks to harden networks against threats.
  • Network Implementations: Understand routing technologies and important factors of physical installations; configure switching technologies and wireless devices.
  • Network Troubleshooting: Explain the troubleshooting methodology and address common issues related to networking, including cable, connectivity, and software problems
  • Network Operations: Monitor and optimize networks to ensure business continuity.
  • 1.0 Explaining Network Topologies
  • 1.1 Networking Overview, Networking Concepts
  • Network Types, Network Topology, Star Topology
  • Mesh Topology, Network Topologies
  • Lab: Create Network Topologies, Lesson Review
  • 1.2 OSI Model Concepts, Open Systems Interconnection Model
  • Data Encapsulation and Decapsulation,
  • Layer 1 - Physical, Layer 2 - Data Link, Layer 3 - Network, Layer 4 - Transport
  • Upper Layers, OSI Model Summary
  • 1.3 SOHO Networks, SOHO Routers, Physical Layer Functions
  • Data Link Layer Functions, Network Layer Functions, Transport and Application Layer and Security Functions
  • The Internet, Binary and Hexadecimal
  • Lab: Explore a Single Location in a Lab, Lab: Create a Home Wireless Network, Lab: Create a SOHO Network
  • 1.0 Explaining Network Topologies, Troubleshooting Methodology
  • Network Troubleshooting Methodology
  • Identify the Problem, Identify Problem Symptoms
  • Establish a Theory of Probable Cause, Test the Theory to Determine the Cause
  • Establish a Plan of Action, Implement the Solution
  • Verify the Solution, Document Findings, Actions, and Outcomes
  • Lab: Troubleshooting Methodology
  • 2.0 Supporting Cabling and Physical Installations
  • 2.1 Ethernet, Network Data Transmission, Ethernet Standards
  • Media Access Control and Collision Domains
  • 100BASE-TX Fast Ethernet Standards, Gigabit Ethernet Standards
  • Fiber Ethernet Standards, Ethernet Specifications
  • Lab: Reconnect to an Ethernet Network
  • 2.2 Copper Cables and Connectors, Unshielded Twisted Pair Cable
  • Shielded and Screened Twisted Pair Cable, Cat Cable Standards
  • Twisted Pair Connector Types, Plenum and Riser-rated Cable
  • Coaxial and Twinaxial Cable and Connectors
  • Lab: Connect to an Ethernet Network, 8 Lab: Connect a Cable Modem
  • Identify Cabling, Identify Connectors
  • 2.3 Wiring Implementation, Structured Cabling System, T568A and T568B Termination Standards, Patch Panels, Structured Cable Installation
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  • Termination Tools and Techniques,
  • Lab: Explore Multiple Locations in a Lab ,
  • Lab: Connect Network Devices
  • Lab: Connect Patch Panel Cables 1
  • Lab: Connect Patch Panel Cables 2
  • 2.4 Fiber Optic Cables and Connectors
  • Fiber Optic Cable Considerations, Single Mode Fiber and Multimode Fiber
  • Fiber Optic Connector Types, Fiber Optic Cable Installation
  • Fiber Distribution Panels, Multi-Fiber Push On Connectors
  • Wavelength Division Multiplexing, Lab: Connect Fiber Optic Cables
  • Identify Fiber Optic Connectors,
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  • 2.5 Physical Installation Factors, Rack Systems,
  • Humidity and Temperature, Power Management
  • Fire Suppression,
  • 2.6 Cable Troubleshooting, Specification and Limitations, Cable Issues, Cable Testers
  • Wire Map Testers and Tone Generators, Attenuation and Interference Issues
  • Crosstalk Issues, Fiber Optic Cable Testing Tools
  • Cable Troubleshooting Strategies, Lab: Explore Physical Connectivity 1
  • Lab: Explore Physical Connectivity 2
  • Lab: Troubleshoot Physical Connectivity 1
  • Lab: Troubleshoot Physical Connectivity 2
  • Lab: Troubleshoot Physical Connectivity 3
  • Lab: Troubleshoot Physical Connectivity 4
  • 3.0 Configuring Interfaces and Switches
  • 3.1 Network Interfaces, Network Interface Cards, Modular Transceivers
  • Transceiver Mismatch Issues, Transceiver Signal Strength Issues
  • Ethernet Frame Format, Media Access Control Address Format
  • Compare Network Adapters,
  • Lab: Select and Install a Network Adapter
  • Lab: Connect a Media Converter
  • 3.2 Ethernet Switches, Hubs, Bridges, Switches
  • Ethernet Switch Types, Switch Interface Configuration
  • Cisco IoS Basics (8:37),
  • Lab: Install a Switch in the Rack
  • Lab: Secure a Switch
  • Lab: Cisco IoS Basics
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  • 3.3 Switch Port Configuration, Link Aggregation and NIC Teaming
  • Maximum Transmission Unit, Spanning Tree Protocol
  • Spanning Tree Protocol Configuration, Power Over Ethernet
  • Lab: Configure Port Aggregation
  • Lab: Enable Jumbo Frame Support
  • Lab: Configure PoE
  • 3.4 Switch Troubleshooting, Hardware Failure Issues
  • Port Status Indicators, Switch Show Commands, Interface Error Counters
  • MAC Address Table, Network Loop and Broadcast Storm Issues
  • Power Over Ethernet Issues
  • Lab: Troubleshoot Disabled Ports
  • Lab: Switching Loop
  • 4.0 Configuring Network Addressing
  • 4.1 Internet Protocol Basics,IPv4 Datagram Header
  • Layer 2 vs. Layer 3 Addressing and Forwarding
  • Address Resolution Protocol, Unicast and Broadcast Addressing
  • Multicast and Anycast Addressing
  • Lab: Explore Packets and Frames
  • Lab: Explore ARP in Wireshark
  • 4.2 IP Version 4 Addressing, IPv4 Address Format
  • Network Masks, Subnet Masks, Host Address Ranges
  • Default Gateway, Broadcast Addresses
  • IP Interface Configuration in Windows and Linux
  • Lab: Configure IP Addresses, Lab: Configure IP Addresses on Mobile Devices
  • Lab: Configure IP Addresses on Linux
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  • 4.3 IP Version 4 Subnetting, Classful Addressing
  • Public vs Private Addressing, Other Reserved Address Ranges
  • IPv4 Address Scheme Design, Classless Inter-Domain Routing
  • Variable Length Subnet Masks
  • Lab: Configure IP Networks and Subnets
  • 4.4 IP Troubleshooting Tools, ifconfig and ip
  • arp, ping, Lab: IPv4 Troubleshooting Tools
  • Lab: IPv4 Troubleshooting tools for Linux
  • Lab: Use IPv4 Test Tools
  • 4.5 IP Version 6, IPv4 vs IPv6, IPv6 Address Format
  • IPv6 Network Prefixes, IPv6 Unicast Addressing
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  • IPv6 Link Local Addressing, IPv6 Multicast and Anycast Addressing
  • IPv6 Multicast and Anycast Addressing, IPv4 and IPv6 Transition Mechanisms
  • Common IPv6 Address Prefixes, Lab: Configure an IPv6 Address
  • 4.6 IP Troubleshooting, IP Configuration Issues
  • Duplicate IP and MAC Address Issues
  • IP Forwarding Issues,
  • Lab: Use ping and tracert on Windows
  • Lab: Use ping and traceroute on Linux
  • Lab: Assisted Troubleshooting 1
  • Lab: Assisted Troubleshooting 2
  • Lab: Assisted Troubleshooting 3
  • Live Lab: Explore the VM Lab Environment, Applied Live Lab: Troubleshoot IP Configuration
  • 5.0 Configuring Routing and Advanced Switching
  • 5.1 Routing Technologies, Routing Tables and Path Selection
  • Static and Default Routes, Routing Table Example, Packet Forwarding
  • Fragmentation, Router Configuration, Routing Table Tools
  • tracert and traceroute, Lab: Install an Enterprise Router, Lab: Cisco Troubleshooting Tools
  • 5.2 Dynamic Routing Technologies, Dynamic Routing Protocols
  • Routing Information Protocol, Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol
  • Open Shortest Path First, Border Gateway Protocol, Route Selection,
  • 5.3 Network Address Translation, Edge Routers
  • Network Address Translation Types, Port Address Translation
  • Lab: Configure NAT
  • 5.4 Firewalls, Firewall Uses and Types
  • Firewall Selection and Placement
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  • 5.5 Enterprise Network Topologies
  • Hybrid Topology, Three-Tiered Network Hierarchy, Compare Three-tier Hierarchical Model
  • Lab: Create a Three-tier Network
  • 5.6 Virtual LANs, Virtual LANs and Subnets, Virtual LAN IDs and Membership
  • Trunking and IEEE 802.1Q, Tagged and Untagged Ports
  • Voice VLANs, Default VLAN and Native VLAN, VLAN Routing
  • Lab: Configure Switch IP and VLAN - GUI
  • Lab: Create VLANs - GUI
  • Lab: Configure Trunking
  • Lab: Configure Switch IP Settings - CLI
  • Lab: Configure Management VLAN Settings - CLI
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  • 5.7 Routing and VLAN Troubleshooting
  • Routing Table Issues, Default Route and Routing Loop Issues
  • VLAN Assignment Issues
  • 6.0 Implementing Network Services
  • 6.1 Transport and Application Layer Protocols, Transport Layer Ports and Connections
  • Transmission Control Protocol, TCP Handshake and Teardown
  • User Datagram Protocol, netstat, Common TCP and UDP Ports
  • Lab: Explore Three-way Handshake in Wireshark
  • Lab: View Open Ports with netstat
  • 6.2 Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
  • DHCP Process, DHCP Server Configuration
  • DHCP Options, DHCP Reservations and Exclusions
  • Lab: Configure a DHCP Server
  • Lab: Configure DHCP Server Options
  • Lab: Create DHCP Exclusions, Lab: Create DHCP Client Reservations
  • Configure Client Addressing (2:22), Lab: Configure Client Addressing for DHCP
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  • 6.3 APIPA and SLAAC, Automatic Private IP Addressing
  • IPv6 Interface Autoconfiguration and Testing, DHCPv6 Server Configuration
  • Lab: Explore APIPA Addressing, Lab: Explore APIPA Addressing in Network Modeler
  • Set Up Alternate Addressing (3:33)
  • 6.4 DHCP Relay and Troubleshooting
  • DHCP Relay and IP Helper, DHCP Issues, Troubleshooting DHCP Exhaustion (4:09)
  • Lab: Configure a DHCP Relay Agent, Lab: Add a DHCP Server on Another Subnet
  • Lab: Troubleshoot Address Pool Exhaustion, Applied Live Lab: Troubleshoot Address Pool Exhaustion
  • Lab: Explore DHCP Troubleshooting 1, 2 & 3
  • 6.5 Domain Name System, Host Names and Domain Names, DNS Hierarchy
  • Name Resolution Using DNS, Resource Record Types,
  • Host Address and Canonical Name Records, Mail Exchange, Service, and Text Records
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  • Pointer Records, DNS Server Configuration, Internal vs External DNS
  • DNS Security, Lab: Configure DNS Addresses
  • Lab: Create Standard DNS Zones, Lab: Create Host Records
  • Lab: Create CNAME Records, Lab: Troubleshoot DNS Records
  • Configuring DNS Caching on Linux (4:24)
  • Applied Live Lab: Configure DNS Records
  • 6.6 DNS Troubleshooting, Client DNS Issues
  • Name Resolution Issues, nslookup, dig,
  • Lab: Explore nslookup
  • Lab: Use nslookup
  • Applied Live Lab: Report DNS Configuration
  • 7.0 Explaining Application Services
  • 7.1 Application Security and Time Synchronization
  • Transport Layer Security, Network Time Protocol
  • Precision Time Protocol, Lab: Configure NTP on Linux
  • Applied Live Lab: Troubleshoot Time Synchronization Issues
  • 7.2 Web, File, Print, and Database Services
  • Hyper Text Transfer Protocol, HTTP Secure, File Transfer Protocol
  • Secure File Transfer Protocol, Server Message Block
  • Network Attached Storage, Database Services, Live Lab: Verify Secure Web Services
  • Lab: Scan for Web Services with Nmap
  • 7.3 Email and Voice Services, Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
  • Internet Message Access Protocol, Voice and Video Services
  • VoIP Protocols, VoIP Phones, Lab: Connect VoIP 1 & 2
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  • 7.4 Disaster Recovery and High Availability
  • Disaster Recovery Concepts, Metrics, Sites
  • Fault Tolerance and Redundancy, Load Balancers
  • High Availability Clusters, First Hop Redundancy
  • Lab: Configure NIC Teaming
  • Live Lab: Configure First Hop Redundancy
  • 8.0 Supporting Network Management
  • 8.1 Organizational Policies and Documentation, Configuration Management
  • Network Device Backup Management
  • Live Lab: Backup and Restore Network Appliances, Change Management
  • Asset Inventory Documentation, Lifecycle Management, Decommissioning
  • Physical Network Diagrams, Logical Network Diagrams
  • IP Address Management, Common Agreements
  • Lab: Update Firmware, Live Lab: Update Network Documentation
  • 8.2 Host Discovery and Monitoring, Network Discovery
  • Nmap, Nmap Port Scanning, Discovery Protocols
  • Performance Monitoring,Availability Monitoring, Configuration Monitoring
  • Lab: Scan Using Zenmap
  • Applied Live Lab: Perform Network Discovery
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  • 8.3 Simple Network Management Protocol
  • SNMP Agents and Monitors, SNMP Security, Configuring an SNMP System on a Router (2:39)
  • Monitoring a Switch with SNMP (1:56), Configuring SNMP Trap (5:42)
  • Applied Live Lab: Configure SNMP
  • 8.4 Event Management, Network Device Logs
  • Log Collectors and Syslog, Event Prioritization and Alerting, Event Prioritization and Alerting
  • Security Information and Event Management, Log Reviews
  • Lab: Configure Logging in pfSense, Lab: Evaluate Event Logs in pfSense
  • Lab: Auditing Device Logs on a Cisco Switch
  • Lab: Configure Logging on Linux, Lab: View Event Logs
  • Live Lab: Configure Log Collection
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  • 8.5 Packet Capture and Analysis
  • Packet Capture, tcpdump, Protocol Analyzers
  • Using Wireshark to Troubleshoot Network Issues (4:23)
  • Lab: Troubleshoot with Wireshark
  • Lab: Configure Port Mirroring
  • 8.6 Traffic Monitoring, Common Performance Issues
  • Interface Statistics, Flow Data, Traffic Testing Tools
  • Bandwidth Management, Traffic Shaping, Lab: Configure QoS
  • Monitoring Interface Statistics (5:09), Live Lab: Configure Flow Collection and Analysis
  • Applied Live Lab: Troubleshoot Network Service Issues
  • 9.0 Explaining Network Security Concepts
  • 9.1 Security Concepts, Common Security Terminology, Security Audits and Assessments
  • Regulatory Compliance, Encryption, Vulnerability and Exploit Types
  • Deception Technologies, Lab: Create a Honeypot
  • 9.2 Network Threats and Attacks, Threat Types and Assessment, Attack Types, Distributed DoS Attacks and Botnets
  • Malware Attacks, Lab: Analyze a DoS Attack, Lab: Analyze a DDoS Attack
  • 9.3 Spoofing Attacks, On-Path Attacks, Performing an On-Path DHCP Attack (6:59), Poison ARP (5:45), MAC Flooding Attack
  • Using SMAC to Spoof MAC Addresses (3:46), VLAN Hopping Attacks,
  • Lab: Poison ARP and Analyze with Wireshark
  • Lab: Spoof MAC Addresses with SMAC
  • Lab: Perform a DHCP Spoofing On-Path Attack
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  • 9.4 Rogue System Attacks, Rogue DHCP, Setting Up DHCP Snooping (1:45)
  • DNS Attacks, Poisoning DNS (6:19), Lab: Discover a Rogue DHCP Server
  • Lab: Configure DHCP Snooping
  • Lab: Poison DNS, Lab: Analyze DNS Spoofing
  • Applied Live Lab: Analyze Network Attacks
  • 9.5 Social Engineering, Social Engineering Attacks, Password Attacks
  • Lab: Respond to Social Engineering Exploits
  • Lab: Crack a Password with John the Ripper
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  • 10.0 Applying Network Security Features, Authentication
  • Authorization and Account Management, Network Hardening, Switch Security, Network Security Rules
  • 11.0 Supporting Network Security Design, Zone-based Security, Internet of Things, Physical Security
  • 12.0 Configuring Wireless Networks, Wireless Concepts and Standards, Enterprise Wireless Network Design, Wireless Security, Wireless Troubleshooting
  • 13.0 Comparing Remote Access Methods, WAN and Internet Connectivity, Virtual Private Networks, Remote Management
  • 14.0 Summarizing Cloud Concepts, Datacenter and Storage Networks, Cloud Concepts, Cloud Networking, Modern Network Environments
  • A.0 Network Sandbox
  • B.0 CompTIA Network+ N10-009 Practice
  • Prepare for CompTIA Network+ Certification
  • CompTIA Network+ N10-009 Practice Materials