CompTIA® Network+ Video Mentor
David L. Prowse
Learn exam essentials from the Expert
The fast, powerful way to prepare for your CompTIA Network+ exam!
Get all the hands-on training you need to pass CompTIA’s latest Network+ exam, get certified, and move forward in your IT career! In this easy-to-use DVD, top Fortune® 100 network consultant David L. Prowse walks you through every skill and concept you’ll need to master to pass the new CompTIA Network+ Exam (N10-004/JK0-016). This DVD contains more than seven hours of expert-led videos designed to build and test your knowledge of networking technologies, media, topologies, devices, management, tools, security, and a whole lot more!
Thorough coverage of all Network+ exam objectives:
. Configuring IP addresses: subnets, gateways, DNS servers, NAT, CIDR, and more
. Utilizing today’s core network protocols, including IPv6
. Configuring DHCP servers and connecting from Windows clients
. Working with Cat 5e cable, NICs, multifunction devices, and other network hardware
. Setting up wireless access points, channels, frequencies, SSID, and encryption
. Identifying network topologies, connectors, and devices
. Managing networks and monitoring their performance
. Using Windows and Linux command-line network utilities
. Setting up secure firewalls and VPNs, authenticating users, and utilizing leading security protocols
. And much more…
Detailed lessons: Each module begins with a succinct outline of Network+ exam items covered that will be demonstrated in both the lecture and lab portions of the videos.
Lab examples: Walkthrough labs with the presenter to learn important setups and configurations.
CLI Commands and GUI Operations: Graphical interface and command-line operations guide you through the task at hand.
. Microsoft Windows XP, 2000, or Vista
. Apple OS 9 or later
. Linux operating systems that have a web browser with Flash 7 or later plug-in
. Speakers or headphones
. Color display with a minimum 1024x768 resolution
. 1 GHz or faster CPU recommended
. DVD drive
Domain 1: Network Technologies
Domain 2: Network Media and Topologies
Domain 3: Network Devices
Domain 4: Network Management
Domain 5: Network Tools
Domain 6: Network Security
Approximately 100 pages.
Website: Recommended Ancillary labs on www.davidlprowse.com:
1. Creating a physical LAN
2. Installing Windows 2003 Server
3. Promoting a Windows 2003 Server to a Domain Controller (includes DNS information and connecting clients to the domain
4. Installing Linux (Ubuntu?)
5. Creating simple and spanned volumes
6. Identifying WAN technology types
7. The lost networking commands of the command line: getmac, netsh, etc…
8. Usage of Networking Hardware: Buttset, TDR, Fluke, Multimeter, etc…