MTA: Networking Fundamentals

Business or IT professionals, technical sales people, project managers, business analysts, or IT management who need to understand networking fundamentals and work closely with network professionals

Prerequisite

An understanding of IT and business environments is beneficial, but not required

Expected Duration
3 day

Description

In this course, you will be introduced to networking concepts in today’s increasingly connected and technology-driven businesses. You will learn how communication and information transfers are enabled by networking technologies such as the Internet, intranet, and extranet, local area networks, wide area networks, wireless networking, network topologies, and access methods. You will also build foundational knowledge in various networking concepts, including the OSI model, IP addressing, Internet Protocols, and more.

This course is designed to help you prepare for Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Exam: 98-366 – Networking Fundamentals, which can be taken outside of the course.

Objective

1. Local Area Networking

  • Local Area Networks, Devices, and Data Transfer
  • Network Topologies and Standards
  • Access Methods

2. Defining Networks with the OSI Model

  • OSI Basics
  • Communications Subnetwork
  • Upper OSI Layers
  • Communications Subnetwork
  • OSI Model
  • Switches

3. Wired and Wireless Networks

  • Wired Networks and Media Types
  • Wireless Networks

4. Internet Protocol

  • IPv4
  • IPv6

5. Implementing TCP/IP in the Command Line

  • Using Basic TCP/IP Commands
  • Advanced TCP/IP Commands

6. Networking Services

  • Set Up Common Networking Services
  • Name Resolution Techniques

7. Wide Area Networks

  • Routing
  • Common WAN Technologies and Connections
  • Routers
  • Wide Area Networks (WANs)

8. Local Area Networking

  • Networks Outside the LAN
  • Security Devices and Zones
  • Concepts of the Internet, Intranet, and Extranet

SUBSCRIPTION COST


$1,295.00

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