CompTIA Network+ (N10-007) Course Overview

CompTIA Network+ (N10-007) Course Overview

The CompTIA Network+ (N10-007) course is a comprehensive program designed to equip learners with the essential knowledge and skills needed to design, configure, manage, and troubleshoot wired and wireless networks. Through chapters covering Computer Network Fundamentals, the OSI Reference Model, Network Components, Ethernet Technology, IPv4 and IPv6 Addresses, Routing IP Packets, and more, students will gain a deep understanding of networking concepts. This certification is vendor-neutral and recognized globally, making it ideal for IT professionals seeking to validate their network knowledge. By mastering the course content, learners can prepare for the Network+ certification exam and improve their ability to support and maintain robust network infrastructures, ultimately enhancing their career prospects in the IT industry. The course covers key areas such as network security, network management, network troubleshooting, and network policies and best practices, ensuring that students are well-prepared to handle real-world networking challenges.

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Course Prerequisites

  • Basic understanding of computer systems and hardware: Familiarity with the components of a computer and how they interact is helpful before starting the Network+ course.
  • Basic operating system knowledge: An understanding of how to navigate and perform basic tasks in at least one operating system (Windows, Linux, macOS).
  • Fundamental knowledge of networking concepts: Awareness of what a network is, including the basic idea of connectivity and data sharing among devices.
  • Experience with the internet: Regular use of the internet and a basic comprehension of its functionality will assist in grasping networking concepts.
  • Basic knowledge of the OSI model: While the course will cover the OSI model in detail, having a preliminary idea of what it is can be beneficial.
  • Problem-solving skills: Ability to think logically and troubleshoot basic technical issues.
  • Willingness to learn: A commitment to understanding complex technical concepts and an enthusiasm for technology.

Note: These prerequisites are intended to ensure that students have a foundation upon which to build their networking knowledge. However, the CompTIA Network+ course is designed to be an entry-level certification, and instructors will cover all necessary topics from the ground up. If you have a passion for IT and are prepared to invest time in study and practice, you are encouraged to enroll.

Target Audience for CompTIA Network+ (N10-007)

The CompTIA Network+ (N10-007) course lays the foundation for IT professionals to manage, maintain, troubleshoot, install, and configure network infrastructures.

Target audience for the CompTIA Network+ (N10-007) course includes:

  • Entry-level network technicians
  • Help desk technicians
  • Network support specialists
  • Network analysts
  • System administrators
  • IT consultants
  • IT professionals looking to gain foundational networking knowledge
  • Students seeking a career in IT infrastructure
  • Professionals seeking CompTIA Network+ certification
  • Network engineers aspiring to broaden their skill sets
  • Computer technicians aiming to improve their networking skills
  • Security professionals who require network understanding

Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this CompTIA Network+ (N10-007)?

Introduction to Course Learning Outcomes

The CompTIA Network+ (N10-007) course provides foundational networking concepts, covering various protocols, network optimization, security, and troubleshooting techniques.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes

  • Understand the purpose and various components of a computer network, including how networks are categorized by geography, topology, and resource location.
  • Comprehend the OSI Reference Model's purpose and characteristics of each layer, and compare it with the TCP/IP stack.
  • Identify network media types, infrastructure components, specialized network devices, and the impact of virtualization on network design.
  • Analyze Ethernet technology, including media access control, collision domains, broadcast domains, and understand the functions of Ethernet switches.
  • Master IPv4 and IPv6 addressing, including binary representation, IP addressing formats, subnetting, and address assignments.
  • Grasp the principles of routing IP packets, the creation of routing tables, and the selection process for routing paths, alongside the distinction between IGP and EGP.
  • Explore Wide Area Networks (WANs), their categories, data rate measurements, and characteristics of various WAN technologies.
  • Understand wireless LAN technologies, design considerations for WLANs, and security risks and mitigation strategies.
  • Learn network optimization techniques, including high availability mechanisms, performance optimization technologies, and Quality of Service (QoS) mechanisms.
  • Develop skills in using command-line tools for network configuration and troubleshooting on multiple operating systems.
  • Acquire knowledge of network management tools, effective network documentation, and the components of a secure and optimized network.
  • Dive into network security goals, attacks defense strategies, remote-access security technologies, firewalls, VPNs, and the difference between intrusion prevention and detection systems.
  • Familiarize with common network policies and best practices to ensure a secure and efficient network environment.
  • Employ structured troubleshooting models and strategies to solve common physical layer, Layer 2, Layer 3, and wireless network issues.