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  • Copyright 2006
  • Dimensions: 6" x 9"
  • Pages: 360
  • Edition: 1st
  • Book
  • ISBN-10: 0-7897-3293-9
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-7897-3293-4

Attention Network + Candidates: Put your knowledge to the test! Network + Exam Cram 2 Lab Manual can provide you with important experience before your test. Each lab corresponds to the key objectives for the exam, simulating real-world tasks and has key objectives, step-by-step procedures and "What did I just learn?" report sections to ensure that you understand the key concepts covered in the lab. You can also register your book at www.examcram2.com to receive exclusive access to 175 additional test questions. Empower yourself before your test with Network + Exam Cram 2 Lab Manual.

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Network Implementation

Network Implementation Lab for Network+ Exam Prep

Table of Contents

Introduction.

1. Media and Topologies.

    Domain 1: Media and Topologies.

    What You Will Need.

    A Word About the Minimum Requirements.

    Lab 1: Installation of the Physical LAN.

      Orientation.

      Procedure.

      What Did I Just Learn?

    Lab 2: Configuration of the NIC and TCP/IP.

      Orientation.

      Procedure.

      What Did I Just Learn?

    Lab 3: Making a Patch Cable and Identifying Connectors.

      Orientation.

      Procedure.

      What Did I Just Learn?

    Lab 4: Research and Identify Network Components.

      Orientation.

      Procedure.

      What Did I Just Learn?

    Lab 5: Configuration of a Wireless Network.

      Orientation.

      Procedure.

      What Did I Just Learn?

    Domain 1 Practice Questions.

      Objective 1.1.

      Objectives 1.2 and 1.3.

      Objectives 1.4 and 1.5.

      Objective 1.6.

      Objective 1.7 and 1.8.

    Answers and Explanations.

    Need to Know More?

2. Protocols and Standards.

    Domain 2.0: Protocols and Standards.

    What You Will Need.

    Lab 1: Upgrading to a Client/Server Domain.

      Orientation.

      Procedure.

      What Did I Just Learn?

    Lab 2: Working with the OSI Model.

      Orientation.

      The OSI Reference Model.

      Procedure.

      What Did I Just Learn?

    Lab 3: Identifying the Various Network Protocol Suites.

      Orientation.

      Procedure.

      What Did I Just Learn?

    Lab 4: Understanding IP Structure and Classes.

      Orientation.

      Procedure.

      IPv6.

      What Did I Just Learn?

    Lab 5: Identifying the Purpose of Subnetting.

      Subnetting IP Networks.

      Procedure.

      What Did I Just Learn?

    Lab 6: Private Versus Public, and Static Versus Dynamic.

      Orientation.

      Procedure.

      What Did I Just Learn?

    Lab 7: Identifying TCP/IP Protocols.

      Orientation.

      Procedure.

      What Did I Just Learn?

    Lab 8: Configuring Common TCP/IP Services.

      Orientation.

      Procedure.

      What Did I Just Learn?

    Lab 9: Identifying WAN Services.

      Orientation.

      Procedure.

      Understanding the Technology that Pre-Dated Packet Switching.

      Packet Switching Arrives with the Advent of the X.25 Communications Protocol.

      Understanding PSEs and Switch to Virtual Circuits.

      The Advantages of X.25 as Compared to Dial-up Analog Lines.

      Discovering Other Protocols within the X.25 Suite.

      Frame Relay, the Advancement of Packet Switching.

      Explore other WAN Technologies.

      What Did I Just Learn?

    Lab 10: Setting Up a VPN.

      Orientation.

      Procedure.

      What Did I Just Learn?

    Domain 2 Practice Questions.

      Lab 1: Upgrading to a Client/Server Domain.

      Objectives 2.1, 2.2, and 2.3.

      Objective 2.4.

      Objectives 2.5 and 2.6.

      Objectives 2.7, 2.8, and 2.9.

      Objectives 2.10, 2.11, and 2.12.

      Objective 2.13.

      Objectives 2.14 and 2.15.

      Objectives 2.16, 2.17, and 2.18.

    Answers and Explanations.

      Lab 1: Upgrading to a Client/Server Domain.

      Objective 2.1, 2.2 and 2.3.

      Objective 2.4.

      Objectives 2.5 and 2.6.

      Objectives 2.7, 2.8, and 2.9.

      Objectives 2.10, 2.11, and 2.12.

      Objective 2.13.

      Objectives 2.14 and 2.15.

      Objectives 2.16, 2.17, and 2.18.

3. Network Implementation.

    Domain 3: Network Implementation.

    What You Will Need.

    Lab 1: Active Directory Structure and Permissions.

      Orientation.

      Procedure.

      Working with Interoperability.

      What Did I Just Learn?

    Lab 2: Services and nbtstat.

      Orientation.

      Procedure.

      What Did I Just Learn?

    Lab 3: Wiring, Part II.

      Orientation.

      Procedure.

      What Did I Just Learn?

    Lab 4: VPN and Authentication Re-visited.

      Orientation.

      Procedure.

      What Did I Just Learn?

    Lab 5: Firewalls, Proxies, and Ports.

      Orientation.

      Procedure.

      VLANs.

      Intranets and Extranets.

      What Did I Just Learn?

    Lab 6: Anti-Virus Software.

      Orientation.

      Procedure.

      What Did I Just Learn?

    Lab 7: Fault Tolerance.

      Orientation.

      Procedure.

      Clustering.

      What Did I Just Learn?

    Lab 8: Disaster Recovery.

      Orientation.

      Procedure.

      What Did I Just Learn?

    Domain 3 Practice Questions.

      Objective 3.1.

      Objective 3.2.

      Objective 3.3.

      Objective 3.4.

      Objectives 3.5—3.9.

      Objectives 3.10—3.12.

    Answers and Explanations.

      Objective 3.1.

      Objective 3.2.

      Objective 3.3.

      Objective 3.4.

      Objectives 3.5—3.9.

      Objectives 3.10—3.12.

4. Network Support.

    Domain 4: Network Support.

    What You will Need.

    Lab 1: Troubleshooting with TCP/IP Utilities.

      Orientation.

      Procedure.

      What Did I Just Learn?

    Lab 2: Troubleshooting Physical Links.

      Orientation.

      Procedure.

      What Have I Just Learned?

    Lab 3: Setting Up Terminal Services and Troubleshooting Operating-System Connectivity Issues.

      Orientation.

      Procedure.

      What Did I Just Learn?

    Lab 4: Installation of DHCP and Comprehension of Service Issues.

      Orientation.

      Procedure.

      Some Common DNS and WINS Issues.

      What Did I Just Learn?

    Lab 5: Novell Server and Client Install (Optional).

      Orientation.

      Procedure.

    Lab 6: Physical Layer Troubleshooting and Methodology.

      Orientation.

      The CompTIA Network+ Troubleshooting Methodology.

      Star Topology Network Connectivity Issues.

      Interference Issue.

      What Did I Just Learn?

    Farewell.

    Domain 4 Practice Questions.

      Objectives 4.1 and 4.2.

      Objective 4.3.

      Objectives 4.4 and 4.5.

      Objective 4.6.

      Objectives 4.7—4.9.

    Answers and Explanations.

      Objectives 4.1 and 4.2.

      Objective 4.3.

      Objectives 4.4 and 4.5.

      Objective 4.6.

      Objectives 4.7—4.9.

Appendix A: Classroom Setup.

    10.0.0.0 Network Documentation.

    Additional Configurations.

Appendix B: Important Information.

Appendix C: Keyboard Shortcuts.

Appendix D: Sub-netting Tables.

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