Comptia Network + (plus) training

Why choose JNtech Networks for Comptia Network + (Plus) Certification?

Comptia Network + (Plus) Certification Training

If you are willing to advance into your existing Network career, you should consider getting a Network+ (Plus) certification. It will enhance your existing knowledge and experience with personal computers’ operating systems by adding an extra pitch of fundamental skills and clearing our concepts. It will increase your value in the marketplace through knowledge, skills, maintenance ability, troubleshooting, installation, operation and configuration.

With JNTech networks’ CompTIA Network+ Certification Training Online, you will learn to work on several networks and reinforce your knowledge on essential networking skills. We have sophisticated lab facilitieswhich are operated by world-class instructors. We are an accredited and licensed provider of CompTIA training.

We provide an easy to use platform for the candidates to learn the course from anywhere. With live instructors available 24*7, we provide 100% assistance to our candidates. These online classes will be the same as the classroom classes and delegators teach similar in both ways.

More about Network+ (Plus) Training

CompTIA Network+ is an IT infrastructure career development system. It helps in troubleshooting, managing and configuring networks. It is a certification based on computing tech which is issued to those IT professionals who can manage a technology ecosystem.

A mid-level network professional on CompTIA Network+ is capable of supporting and configuring the TCP/IP of clients’ network design. A mid-level network operator can

  • Designing and Implementation of Networks
  • Configuration, Maintenance and management of Network devices
  • Identify the hardware format
  • Can work with Network Cabling
  • Support and resolve the Network problems

For the Mid-level operator exam, network components and operation of the OSI model is also considered. The candidate has to get into the workings of servers, LANs, Metropolitan Area Network (MANs), Workstations and WANs.

Job Responsibilities of CompTIA Network+ Engineer

A CompTIA Network operator has to manage, configure, and fix network computer system and equipment. They plan the mechanism and execute the operating network and configure the crucial network devices.

They understand the users’ requirements and design the network accordingly. The professionals have to collect the data on systems, routers and different hardware to predict the cost. A certified individual can use routers and switches to split traffic of the networks and build a robust network.

The operator can isolate the good and bad about the network configuration. Then they can apply the standard protocols, compensate the security-related issue, sort the network issues and aid the formation of a virtualized network.

Job Roles after Completion of Course

The professionals in Network+ (Plus) Certification prepares the candidate for the following jobs –

  • Network Administrator
  • Junior Network Administrator
  • IT Consultant
  • Network Field technicians
  • Network Engineer
  • Computer Technician
  • Network support specialist
  • System Engineer
  • Network Analyst

How much can you get from CompTIA Network+ Certification?

It is obvious that as much you work and gain experience in a field, the more you can make earning out of it. An average salary package for a Network+ Engineer is around $15000 annually. As you grow further in the career, the package gets bigger.

Why JNTech Networks for CompTIA Network+ Training ?

JNTech Networks are the accredited Network+ professionals and offer an official CompTIA N+ course. We ensure the candidate gets high skilled installation, maintenance, security and troubleshooting knowledge after the course. We even teach the candidate to give professional and good customer relation to communication skills. At JNTech, you will get the right technical base for becoming an entry-level computer technician.

We prepare you for a step forward for attaining a higher-level vendor-specific certification like Microsoft (MCSE), Cisco (CCNP & CCNA) and Linux. We provide a complete range of network courses.

The main points why you should be joining JNTech Networks for CompTIA Network+ Certification Training course –

  • We have teachers who are certified by real industry experts
  • We provide Live Projects training to give a better industrial exposure
  • Smart Labs with the latest equipment currently used in Industry
  • Free Study Material, PDFs, Sample Question papers, Video Training, Interview practices, Lab guides, etc.
  • Certificates on Course completion
  • 24*7*365 labs for all our candidates and extra time slots for faculties
  • One on one interaction with the instructors
  • Online video lectures are available for re-watching and revisions.
  • No extra cost retake classes at your own time

Take on knowledge on complex topics

Who should attend the course?

CompTIA Network Training is intended for all entry-level computer service professionals. With a little knowledge of computer hardware, software and OS, anyone who is willing to increase their knowledge can contact JNTech Networks. We have an understanding of networking concepts and help you acquire the required skills to prepare for a career in network support and network administration. The course is most effective for the

  • IT Professionals with a networking foundation
  • Managers and Supervisors who are seeking promotions
  • Interested individuals who are looking for a career in Networking

For any further queries, you can contact us at +91 8791199912 or mail us jntechnetworks@gmail.com.

Training Mode

Instructor Led Training/Online Training

Classroom Training

On Demand Training

Comptia Network + (Plus) Course Duration

Weekdays

2 Hours/Day

 1 Month

Weekends

3 Hours/Day 
7-8 weekends

Fast-Track

As per candidate schedule

Training Schedule For Comptia Network+ Course (Regular)

Month

Upcoming Batches

June 2021

15th June 2021

June 2021

29th June 2021

Training Schedule For Comptia Network+ Course (Weekend)

Month

Upcoming Batches

June 2021

13th June 2021

June 2021

27th June 2021

Fee of Comptia Network + Course

FeeIndian StudentsInternational Students
Course FeeRs. 6000 INR$100 USD

Comptia Network + (Plus) Course Outline / Syllabus

1. Protocols and ports

  • SSH 22
  • DNS 53
  • SMTP 25
  • SFTP 22
  • FTP 20, 21
  • TFTP 69
  • TELNET 23
  • DHCP 67, 68
  • HTTP 80
  • HTTPS 443
  • SNMP 161
  • RDP 3389
  • NTP 123
  • SIP 5060, 5061
  • SMB445
  • POP 110
  • IMAP 143
  • LDAP 389
  • LDAPS 636
  • H.323 1720

 

2. Protocol types

  • ICMP
  • UDP
  • TCP
  •  IP


3. Connection-oriented vs. connectionless

  • Layer 1 – Physical
  • Layer 2 – Data link
  • Layer 3 – Network
  • Layer 4 – Transport
  • Layer 5 – Session
  • Layer 6 – Presentation
  • Layer 7 – Application

1. Properties of network traffic

  • Broadcast domains
  • CSMA/CD
  • CSMA/CA
  • Collision domains
  • Protocol data units
  • MTU
  • Broadcast
  • Multicast
  • Unicast

2. Segmentation and interface properties

  • VLANs
  • Trunking (802.1q)
  • Tagging and untagging ports
  • Port mirroring
  • Switching loops/spanning tree
  • PoE and PoE+ (802.3af, 802.3at)
  • DMZ
  • MAC address table
  • ARP table

3. Routing

  • Routing protocols (IPv4 and IPv6)
    – Distance-vector routing protocols
  • RIP
  • EIGRP
    – Link-state routing protocols
  • OSPF
    – Hybrid
  • BGP
  • Routing types
  • Static
  • Dynamic
  • Default

4. IPv6 concepts

  • Addressing
  • Tunneling
  • Dual stack
  • Router advertisement
  • Neighbor discovery

5. Performance concepts

  • Traffic shaping
  • QoS
  • Diffserv
  • CoS

6. NAT/PAT
7. Port forwarding
8. Access control list
9. Distributed switching
10. Packet-switched vs. circuit switched network
11. Software-defined networking

1. Private vs. public
2. Loopback and reserved
3. Default gateway
4. Virtual IP
5. Subnet mask
6. Subnetting

  • Classful
  • Classes A, B, C, D, and E
  • Classless
  • VLSM
  • CIDR notation (IPv4 vs. IPv6)


7. Address assignments

  • DHCP
  • DHCPv6
  • Static
  • APIPA
  • EUI64
  • IP reservations

1. Wired topologies

  • Logical vs. physical
  • Star
  • Ring
  • Mesh
  • Bus

2. Wireless topologies

  • Mesh
  • Ad hoc
  • Infrastructure


3. Types

  • LAN
  • WLAN
  • MAN
  • WAN
  • CAN
  • SAN
  • PAN

4. Technologies that facilitate the Internet of Things (IoT)

  • Z-Wave
  • Ant+
  • Bluetooth
  • NFC
  • IR
  • RFID
  • 802.11

1. 802.11 standards

  • a
  • b
  • g
  • n
  • ac


2. Cellular

  • GSM
  • TDMA
  • CDMA


3. Frequencies
2.4GHz
5.0GHz
4. Speed and distance requirements
5. Channel bandwidth
6. Channel bonding
7. MIMO/MU-MIMO
8. Unidirectional/omnidirectiona
9. Site surveys

1. Types of services

  • SaaS
  • PaaS
  • IaaS


2. Cloud delivery models

  • Private
  • Public
  • Hybrid


3. Connectivity methods
4. Security implications/considerations
5. Relationship between local and cloud resources

1. DNS service
Record types

  • A, AAAA
  • TXT (SPF, DKIM)
  • SRV
  • MX
  • CNAME
  • NS
  • PTR
  • Internal vs. external DNS
  • Third-party/cloud-hosted DNS
  • Hierarchy
  • Forward vs. reverse zone


2. DHCP service

  • MAC reservations
  • Pools
  • IP exclusions
  • Scope options
  • Lease time
  • TTL
  • DHCP relay/IP helper

3. NTP
4. IPAM

1. Media types

  • Copper
  • UTP
  • STP
  • Coaxial
  • Fiber
  • Single-mode
  • Multimode

2. Plenum vs. PVC
3. Connector types

  • Copper
  • RJ-45
  • RJ-11
  • BNC
  • DB-9
  • DB-25
  • F-type
  • Fiber
  • LC
  • ST
  • SC
  • APC
  • UPC
  • MTR


4. Transceivers

  • SFP
  • GBIC
  • SFP+
  • QSFP
  • Characteristics of fiber transceivers
  • Bidirectional
  • Duplex


5. Termination points

  • 66 block
  • 110 block
  • Patch panel
  • Fiber distribution panel

6. Copper cable standards

  • Cat 3
  • Cat 5
  • Cat 5e
  • Cat 6
  • Cat 6a
  • Cat 7
  • RG-6
  • RG-59

7. Copper termination standard

  • TIA/EIA 568a
  • TIA/EIA 568b
  • Crossover
  • Straight-through

8. Ethernet deployment standards

  • 100BaseT
  • 1000BaseT
  • 1000BaseLX
  • 1000BaseSX
  • 10GBaseT

1. Firewall
2. Router
3. Switch
4. Hub
5. Bridge
6. Modems
7. Wireless access point
8. Media converter
9. Wireless range extender
10. VoIP endpoint

1. Multilayer switch
2. Wireless controller
3. Load balancer
4. IDS/IPS
5. Proxy server
6. VPN concentrator
7. AAA/RADIUS server
8. UTM appliance
9. NGFW/Layer 7 firewall
10. VoIP PBX
11. VoIP gateway
12. Content filter

1. Virtual networking components

  • Virtual switch
  • Virtual firewall
  • Virtual NIC
  • Virtual router
  • Hypervisor

2. Network storage types

  • NAS
  • SAN


3. Connection type

  • FCoE
  • Fibre Channel
  • iSCSI
  • InfiniBand

4. Jumbo frame

  • Compare and contrast WAN technologies. 1. Service type
  • ISDN
  • T1/T3
  • E1/E3
  • OC-3 – OC-192
  • DSL
  • Metropolitan Ethernet
  • Cable broadband
  • Dial-up
  • PRI

2. Transmission mediums

  • Satellite
  • Copper
  • Fiber
  • Wireless

3. Characteristics of service

  • MPLS
  • ATM
  • Frame relay
  • PPPoE
  • PPP
  • DMVPN
  • SIP trunk


4. Termination

  • Demarcation point
  • CSU/DSU
  • Smart jack

1. Diagram symbols
2. Standard operating procedures/ work instructions
3. Logical vs. physical diagrams
4. Rack diagrams
5. Change management documentation
6. Wiring and port locations
7. IDF/MDF documentation
8. Labeling
9. Network configuration and performance baselines
10. Inventory management

1. Availability concepts

  • Fault tolerance
  • High availability
  • Load balancing
  • NIC teaming
  • Port aggregation
  • Clustering
  • Power management
  • Battery backups/UPS
  • Power generators
  • Dual power supplies
  • Redundant circuits


2. Recovery

  • Cold sites
  • Warm sites
  • Hot sites
  • Backups
  • Full
  • Differential
  • Incrementa
  • Snapshots

3. MTTR
4. MTBF
5. SLA requirements

1. Processes

  • Log reviewing
  • Port scanning
  • Vulnerability scanning
  • Patch management
  • Rollback
  • Reviewing baselines
  • Packet/traffic analysis


2. Event management

  • Notifications
  • Alerts
  • SIEM

3. SNMP monitors

  • MIB


4. Metrics

  • Error rate
  • Utilization
  • Packet drops
  • Bandwidth/throughput
  • Given a scenario, use remote access methods. 1. VPN
  • IPSec
  • SSL/TLS/DTLS
  • Site-to-site
  • Client-to-site

2. RDP
3. SSH
4. VNC
5. Telnet
6. HTTPS/management URL
7. Remote file access

  • FTP/FTPS
  • SFTP
  • TFTP

8. Out-of-band management

  • Modem
  • Console router

1. Privileged user agreement
2. Password policy
3. On-boarding/off-boarding procedures
4. Licensing restrictions
5. International export controls
6. Data loss prevention
7. Remote access policies
8. Incident response policies
9. BYOD
10. AUP
11. NDA
12. System life cycle

  • Asset disposal

13. Safety procedures and policies

1. Detection

  • Motion detection
  • Video surveillance
  • Asset tracking tags
  • Tamper detection

2. Prevention

  • Badges
  • Biometrics
  • Smart cards
  • Key fob
  • Locks

1. Authorization, authentication and accounting

  • RADIUS
  • TACACS+
  • Kerberos
  • Single sign-on
  • Local authentication
  • LDAP
  • Certificates
  • Auditing and logging

2. Multifactor authentication

  • Something you know
  • Something you have
  • Something you are
  • Somewhere you are
  • Something you do
  • 3. Access control
  • 802.1x
  • NAC
  • Port security
  • MAC filtering
  • Captive portal
  • Access control lists

1. WPA
2. WPA2
3. TKIP-RC4
4. CCMP-AES
5. Authentication and authorization

  • EAP
  • PEAP
  • EAP-FAST
  • EAP-TLS
  • Shared or open
  • Preshared key
  • MAC filtering

6. Geofencing

1. DoS

  • Reflective
  • Amplified
  • Distributed

2. Social engineering
3. Insider threat
4. Logic bomb
5. Rogue access point
6. Evil twin
7. War-driving
8. Phishing
9. Ransomware
10. DNS poisoning
11. ARP poisoning
12. Spoofing
13. Deauthentication
14. Brute force
15. VLAN hopping
16. Man-in-the-middle
17. Exploits vs. vulnerabilities

1. Changing default credentials
2. Avoiding common passwords
3. Upgrading firmware
4. Patching and updates
5. File hashing
6. Disabling unnecessary services
7. Using secure protocols
8. Generating new keys
9. Disabling unused ports

  • IP ports
  • Device ports (physical and virtual)

1. Signature management
2. Device hardening
3. Change native VLAN
4. Switch port protection

  • Spanning tree
  • Flood guard
  • BPDU guard
  • Root guard
  • DHCP snooping

5. Network segmentation

  • DMZ
  • VLAN

6. Privileged user account
7. File integrity monitoring
8. Role separation
9. Restricting access via ACLs
10. Honeypot/honeynet
11. Penetration testing

1. Identify the problem

  • Gather information
  • Duplicate the problem, if possible
  • Question users
  • Identify symptoms
  • Determine if anything has changed
  • Approach multiple problems individually

2. Establish a theory of probable cause

  • Question the obvious
  • Consider multiple approaches
  • Top-to-bottom/bottom-to-top OSI model
  • Divide and conquer

3. Test the theory to determine the cause

  • Once the theory is confirmed, determine the next steps to resolve the problem
  • If the theory is not confirmed, reestablish a new theory or escalate

4. Establish a plan of action to resolve the problem and identify potential effects
5. Implement the solution or escalate as necessary
6. Verify full system functionality and, if applicable, implement preventive measures
7. Document findings, actions, and outcomes

1. Hardware tools

  • Crimper
  • Cable tester
  • Punchdown tool
  • OTDR
  • Light meter
  • Tone generator
  • Loopback adapter
  • Multimeter
  • Spectrum analyzer

2. Software tools

  • Packet sniffer
  • Port scanner
  • Protocol analyzer
  • WiFi analyzer
  • Bandwidth speed tester
  • Command line
  • ping
  • tracert, traceroute
  • nslookup
  • ipconfig
  • ifconfig
  • iptables
  • netstat
  • tcpdump
  • pathping
  • nmap
  • route
  • arp
  • dig

1. Attenuation
2. Latency
3. Jitter
4. Crosstalk
5. EMI
6. Open/short
7. Incorrect pin-out
8. Incorrect cable type
9. Bad port
10. Transceiver mismatch
11. TX/RX reverse
12. Duplex/speed mismatch
13. Damaged cables
14. Bent pins
15. Bottlenecks
16. VLAN mismatch
17. Network connection LED status indicators

1. Reflection
2. Refraction
3. Absorption
4. Latency
5. Jitter
6. Attenuation
7. Incorrect antenna type
8. Interference
9. Incorrect antenna placement
10. Channel overlap
11. Overcapacity
12. Distance limitations
13. Frequency mismatch
14. Wrong SSID
15. Wrong passphrase
16. Security type mismatch
17. Power levels
18. Signal-to-noise ratio

1. Names not resolving
2. Incorrect gateway
3. Incorrect netmask
4. Duplicate IP addresses
5. Duplicate MAC addresses
6. Expired IP address
7. Rogue DHCP server
8. Untrusted SSL certificate
9. Incorrect time
10. Exhausted DHCP scope
11. Blocked TCP/UDP ports
12. Incorrect host-based firewall settings
13. Incorrect ACL settings
14. Unresponsive service
15. Hardware failure

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