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    Network+ Certification Training II, IT 441

    About this Course:
    Students learn the details, use, and configuration of network applications. Currently protocols and application technologies considered include SNMP, SMTP, IMAP, POP, MIME, BOOTP, DHCP, SAMBA, NFS, AFS, X, HTTP, DNS, NetBIOS, and CIFS/SMB. Windows workgroups and domains: file and printer sharing, remote access, and Windows networking are addressed. A research paper in the above topic areas is required.

    Currently Scheduled

    Prerequisites:
    IT 440 Network + Certification Training or equivalent experience.

    Who Should Attend:
    Technical professionals interested in enhancing their career with certification

    Expected Outcomes:
    This program is designed to prepare participants for the Network+ Certification Exams.

    Course Outline:

    Protocols and Standards

    Identify Internet application level protocols used today including SNMP (email), MIME, SMTP, DNS, FTP, Telnet, HTTP, BGP, and TFTP; consideration of standards bodies working in the Internet application area; tools used in network analysis and diagnosis of application protocols; troubleshooting application protocols.

    Communications Sub-network Review

    Organization, architecture, and protocols for LANs and the Internet lower layers (e.g., cabling and wireless technologies, Ethernet, IP and related protocols, UDP, and TCP); configuration and analysis of these networks including the use of appropriate tools; equipment used in these sub-networks.

    Network Implementation

    Learn how to setup and configure these network applications for both Windows and Linux operating systems.

    Network Support

    Learn to use network application utilities; troubleshoot application protocol and network problems; know the guidelines for how to perform network administration in various situations.

    CEU:
    4.5

    Instructor:
    Kevin Vaccaro