A+ Practical Application 2009: Maintaining Networks
This course is included in our On-demand training solution.
Understanding the methods that computers and network devices use to talk to one another is essential knowledge for IT technicians to have in order to configure and troubleshoot networked environments. This course examines TCP/IP, connectivity and networking issues, connection types, router and firewall configurations, and small office or home office (SOHO) configurations. It also explores troubleshooting network issues using a series of command line tools such as NET, PING, and TRACERT. This course is part of the preparation for the CompTIA A+ 220-702 Practical Application exam which is half of the requirement necessary to acquire the CompTIA A+ certification.
Individuals undertaking the A+ certification track and companies that need technical staff trained in the A+ exam track
Computer technicians who have accumulated 500 hours hand-on experience in a lab or in the field and, ideally, have completed the A+ Essentials exam (220-701)
Troubleshooting Network Connectivity
Troubleshooting Client-side Connectivity
Troubleshooting Networking Issues
The Basics of Network Connectivity
Configuring a Wireless Connection
Configuring Routers, Bluetooth, Cellular, and Firewalls
Configuring a SOHO