Internet Client Infrastructure and Applications

This course is included in our On-demand training solution.

Overview

To identify the client components required to connect to an Internet or intranet

Target Audience

Students wishing to acquire the fundamental skills required to embark on careers as e-Business IT professionals; students preparing for the CompTIA certification exam IK0-002: i-Net+

Prerequisites

A basic knowledge of computer hardware and software; a knowledge of advanced Internet concepts

Expected Duration

200 min.

Course Objectives

Internet Client Infrastructure and Applications

  • identify the main functions of an operating system and distinguish between client and network operating systems.
  • recognize the PC components required for network connectivity.
  • identify the characteristics and functionality of operating systems and PC components.
  • configure TCP/IP and name resolution on an Internet client.
  • recognize how to configure settings on a web browser.
  • recognize how to use an e-mail client to send and receive e-mails.
  • recognize how to use FTP and Telnet clients.
  • configure Internet client applications.
  • identify issues that can affect the performance of Internet clients and local area network (LAN) servers.
  • identify security threats to Internet clients and the methods used to mitigate them.
  • recognize the best practices for ensuring client security.
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