CompTIA Network+ N10-006
English | mp4 | H264 1280×720 | AAC 2 ch | 17 hrs | 5.1 GB
eLearning | Networking
Keith Barker walks you through CompTIA Network+ and all the exam objectives for the N10-006 exam. This course offers the perfect way to kick off your network career or improve on the networking skills you already have. It’s also a terrific introduction to computer networking for business professionals of any stripe.
This exciting CompTIA Network+ course begins by providing you a solid foundation of how computer networks operate, and builds upon that knowledge with real-world examples of network technologies and protocols including the OSI model, TCP/IP, DNS, ARP, IP addressing (including subnetting), and media types and connectors, including fiber optics, copper, and wireless.
Keith uses real-world experience and analogies to explain complex CompTIA Network+ topics in simple, easy-to-digest, bite-sized chunks, and makes it fun. In addition to live demonstrations, Keith includes protocol analyses (using a protocol analyzer to show the details of what is really happening on the network) to reinforce the concepts and ideas learned in the videos. This new Network+ video course covers each topic in the latest exam objectives for the 2015 N10-006 exam.
Basic experience using a computer such as Windows or Linux.
CompTIA Network+ (N10-006)
Related Job Functions
– Systems admin
– Network admin
– Network engineer
– Network operations analyst
– Network technician
Keith Barker has been a CBT Nuggets trainer since 2012 and holds a variety of networking and security certifications, including CCIE R&S, CCIE Security, (ISC)2 CISSP, Palo Alto CNSE, and VMware VCP5-DCV.
This course includes recommendations to view Nuggets from other CBT Nuggets courses. While the course duration is listed as 17 hours, you should expect to spend 21 hours training.
1. Welcome to Network+ N10-006 (0 min)
Keith provides a brief introduction, and invites you to join him for a fun journey together as you learn the fundamentals of modern day networking.
2. Describe Routers and Switches (16 min)
Keith explains the function and application of Layer 3 IP routers and L2 switches in a network. This Nugget corresponds to the CompTIA Network+ objectives in Section 1.1: Explain the functions and applications of various network devices.
3. Describe Firewalls and Load Balancers (9 min)
Keith explains the function and application of firewalls and load balancers in a network. This Nugget corresponds to the CompTIA Network+ objectives in Section 1.1: Explain the functions and applications of various network devices.
4. Describe IDS, IPS, and HIDS (6 min)
Keith explains the function and application of network- and host-based intrusion detection and prevention in a network. This Nugget corresponds to the CompTIA Network+ objectives in Section 1.1: Explain the functions and applications of various network devices.
5. Describe Modems, Hubs, and VPN Concentrators (9 min)
Keith explains the function and application of analog modems, hubs, and VPN concentrators in a network. This Nugget corresponds to the CompTIA Network+ objectives in Section 1.1: Explain the functions and applications of various network devices.
6. Describe Packet Shapers, Content Filters, and APs (10 min)
Keith explains the function and application of packet shapers, content filters, and access points in a network. This Nugget corresponds to the CompTIA Network+ objectives in Section 1.1: Explain the functions and applications of various network devices.
7. DHCP Concepts (8 min)
Keith explains the function and application of Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) in an IP version 4 (IPv4) network. This Nugget corresponds to the CompTIA Network+ objectives in Section 1.3.
8. DHCP Configuration (15 min)
Keith demonstrates the configuration and application of Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) in an IP version 4 (IPv4) network. Demonstrations include Windows Server 2012 R2 and a Cisco IOS router both configured as a DHCP server, and a Windows 8.1 host as a DHCP client. This Nugget corresponds to the CompTIA Network+ objectives in Section 1.3.
9. DNS Concepts (12 min)
Keith discusses the concepts and application of Domain Name System (DNS). This Nugget corresponds to the CompTIA Network+ objectives in Section 1.3.
10. Configure and Verify DNS (19 min)
Keith demonstrates the configuration of a Windows DNS server. Windows command line interface (CLI) tools such as ipconfig and nslookup, as they apply to DNS verification and troubleshooting, also are demonstrated. This Nugget corresponds to the CompTIA Network+ objectives in Section 1.3.
11. A Tale of Two Kings (9 min)
Network device communication can be compared to a story about two kings who are talking about having lunch. In this Nugget, Keith shares the "King A and King B" story with you.
12. The OSI Revealed (22 min)
Keith leverages the King story (see the previous Nugget, "A Tale of Two Kings"), and applies it to how a device on the network operates.
13. How ARP is Used (11 min)
Keith describes and demonstrates IPv4’s Address Resolution Protocol (ARP).
14. IPv4 Addressing and Subnetting (4 min)
Keith assigns homework: CBT Nuggets’ IPv4 Subnettingcourse. Details for this assignment are included the Nugget.
15. IPv4 Review (10 min)
This Nugget presumes that you have already watched all 16 Nuggets in CBT Nuggets’ IPv4 Subnetting course. Keith presents a subnetting question to verify and reinforce the concepts taught in the subnetting course.
16. NAT (18 min)
Network Address Translation (NAT) has many forms, and in this Nugget, Keith introduces these concepts and how they are used in a network.
17. Configure IPv4 Addressing (14 min)
Keith demonstrates how to apply IP addresses to Cisco router interfaces. For additional training on Cisco-specific configuration, please see Keith’s Cisco CCNA Hands-on Labs course, as well as Jeremy Cioara’s Cisco ICND1 course.
18. Static and Default Routes (14 min)
Keith discusses and demonstrates how static and default routes can be used to manually train the router to forward an IP packet.
19. Dynamic IP Routing (10 min)
Keith explains and demonstrates how a router running a dynamic routing protocol can learn and advertise routes.
20. Well-known Ports (25 min)
Keith describes the use of port numbers in conjunction with applications that are associated with those ports. TCP and UDP also are discussed as two primary transport layer protocols in the TCP/IP protocol stack.
21. Packet/Network Analyzer (9 min)
Keith describes and demonstrates using a protocol analyzer to verify the details of traffic that is being sent over the network.
22. Hammer Game (11 min)
Keith reviews the layers that are used to forward and/or process data as it is moved over the network between a client and server.
23. Using VLANs for Isolation (20 min)
Keith describes and demonstrates the use of Virtual Local Area Networks (VLANs).
24. 802.1Q Trunking Concepts (10 min)
Keith describes the purpose and function of an 802.1Q trunk.
25. Implementing Trunking (8 min)
Keith demonstrates the configuration of switch ports to implement 802.1Q trunking.
26. STP (15 min)
Keith describes and demonstrates the use of Spanning Tree Protocol to identify and prevent Layer 2 loops in the network.
27. Switch Management Concepts (26 min)
Keith walks you through Network+ concepts regarding switch management.
28. Port Bonding (LACP) (12 min)
Keith explains and demonstrates Port Bonding and the benefits it provides.
29. Port Mirroring (7 min)
Keith describes the concept and uses of port mirroring on a Layer 2 Ethernet switch.
30. Implementing Switch Management (19 min)
Keith walks you through the implementation of features supporting switch management, including configuring an IP address on a VLAN interface, default gateway, usernames and passwords, and more.
31. WiFi Wireless LAN Concepts (26 min)
Keith discusses several concepts regarding 802.11 standards.
32. Implementing an AP (16 min)
Keith walks you through the switch and access point (AP) configuration to integrate an AP into the network.
33. UTP Cabling (21 min)
Keith describes Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) cabling and its connectors.
34. Ethernet Standards (23 min)
Keith walks you through some of the copper and fiber cable types we might typically see in a high-speed Ethernet network.
35. Troubleshooting Methodology (11 min)
Keith introduces CompTIA Network+ methodology for troubleshooting.
36. Troubleshooting Copper Cable (15 min)
Keith discusses many of the problems that could cause a copper cable physical 1 issue with a network.
37. Troubleshooting Fiber Cable (6 min)
Keith walks you through some of the common problems regarding fiber optic cabling.
38. CLI Tools for Troubleshooting (19 min)
Keith demonstrates several command line interface (CLI) tools that can be used on Windows and Linux.
39. Troubleshooting Tools (16 min)
Keith shares with you the purpose and uses of several troubleshooting tools.
40. Troubleshooting Wireless (19 min)
Keith walks you through wireless-related issues that could impact a wireless network.
41. Troubleshooting Common Network Problems (33 min)
Keith walks you through some common network problems and discusses how to resolve them.
42. Intro to Wide Area Networks (15 min)
Keith introduces the concept of a Wide Area Network (WAN) and demonstrates the router configuration for a simple point to point-leased WAN circuit using PPP.
43. WAN Technologies (20 min)
Keith discusses additional Wide Area Network (WAN) technologies.
44. VPNs (19 min)
Keith describes and demonstrates the use of Virtual Private Networks (VPNs).
45. Virtualization (13 min)
Keith explains the benefits of virtualization and provides a sneak peak at the virtualized network that has been used as part of this Network+ course creation.
46. Network Based Storage (10 min)
Keith talks with you about network-based storage technologies, and some of their benefits in networks today.
47. IPv6 (6 min)
Keith describes some of the features of IPv6, along with assigning you homework to watch Nuggets 2 and 3 in CBT Nuggets’ IPv6 course.
48. Fault Tolerant Default Gateways (14 min)
Keith describes and demonstrates how to implement fault tolerance for default gateway services using two routers by configuring hot standby router protocol (HSRP) on both of them.
49. Considering Network Requirements (7 min)
Keith walks through a set of requirements and conditions that should be considered when implementing a computer network.
50. Physical Security Controls (5 min)
Keith describes several physical security controls that are often used in networks today.
51. Power Management (8 min)
Keith discusses several features, including UPS and power generators that may be used to guarantee power to our critical network devices in the event of a power failure.
52. Network Topologies (15 min)
Keith discusses network topologies, including physical and logical.
53. Network Isolation (12 min)
Keith describes the purpose and benefits of network isolation and segmentation, along with the benefits of using it.
54. Unified Communications (15 min)
Keith describes and provides examples of Unified Communications (UC) networks.
55. Monitoring Tools (14 min)
Keith describes several types (and provides examples) of monitoring tools used in computer networks.
56. Routing Metrics (9 min)
Keith describes some of the factors a router can use to determine the best forwarding path in a network.
57. Interface Monitoring (6 min)
Keith describes and demonstrates interface monitoring.
58. Cables, Connectors, and Tools (15 min)
Keith discusses CompTIA Network+ N10-006 blueprint items regarding cables, connectors and tools.
59. Network Infrastructures (8 min)
Keith examines various network infrastructures including LAN, WAN, MAN, ICS, and more.
60. Cloud Services (9 min)
Keith describes cloud-based services concepts, including infrastructure and Platform and Software as a Service (PaaS and SaaS).
61. Using a Baseline (7 min)
Keith reviews monitoring and reporting tools that can be used to create a baseline, and how a baseline can be used when testing updates or changes.
62. Configuration Managment (9 min)
Keith discusses several methods that can be used to support configuration management.
63. Applying Updates and Patches (5 min)
Keith describes how to do updates without a negative impact on the production network.
64. Managing Risk (7 min)
Keith discusses several concepts regarding risk.
65. Denial of Service Attacks (14 min)
Keith explains what a Denial of Service (DoS) attack is, along with examples of how these are implemented.
66. Threats to Wireless (8 min)
Keith describes threats and vulnerabilities regarding wireless networks.
67. Threats and Vulnerabilities (14 min)
Keith describes a few more threats and vulnerabilities that can be found on computer networks today.
68. Switch Port Security (9 min)
Keith provides examples of how to improve security using the configuration of a Layer 2 switch.
69. Network Hardening Techniques (13 min)
Keith reviews some network hardening techniques that can be used to improve the security of the network.
70. Firewall Features (20 min)
Keith discusses additional firewall-related features commonly found in networks today. For additional training on firewalls, please refer to our courses on Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA), Check Point, and Palo Alto.
71. Network Access Control Models (5 min)
Keith describes edge and network access control models from the CompTIA Network+ exam objectives.
72. Computer Forensics (4 min)
Keith discusses several forensic topics related to digital computer systems and networks.
73. Common Security Issues (17 min)
Keith discusses several security issues that we might encounter in computer networks today.
74. WAN Troubleshooting (19 min)
Keith walks through several issues that could cause failures on a Wide Area Network (WAN).
75. Policies, Procedures, and Safety (9 min)
Keith discusses several issues regarding policies and safety.
76. Change Control (5 min)
Keith describes a few of the details that should be present in a formalized change control system.
77. Racks, Labels, and More (6 min)
Keith discusses racks, air flow, and the importance of good labeling for our network connections and devices.
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