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Table Of Contents

About Specialized Solutions
Introduction
CompTIA Test Objectives for Network+
Study Plan Strategies
Your Video Instructor
How to Take the Test
Who may take the test?
How to Prepare to Ensure Exam Success
About This Course
Chapter 1 – Networking Fundamentals
Introduction to Networking
Benefits of Networking Computers
Local Area Networks (LAN) and Wide Area Networks (WAN)
The Client/Server Relationship
Client/Server Networking
Peer-to-Peer Networking
Basic Network Structure (Topology)
Star Topology
Ring Topology
Special Topologies
esh Topology
Hybrid Topologies
Wireless Topology
Network Access
Token Passing
Ethernet
Fast Ethernet
Passive Hubs
Hubs and Concentrators
Active Hubs
Active Hub
Hub-Based Networks
Summary
KEYWORDS Exercise
Review Questions - Chapter 1
Chapter 2 - Network Operating Syst
What is an Operating System?
hat is a Network Operating System (NOS)?
Server/Client Software
NOS Packages
Novell NetWare
Microsoft Windows NT Network Operating System
UNIX Operating Systems
Banyan VINES (Virtual Integrated Network Service)
Summar
Application Layer
Presentation Layer
Session Layer
Transport Layer
Data Link Layer
Network Layer
Logical Link Control (LLC)
Media Access Control (MAC)
Physical Layer
Communication Between Peer Layers
Protocol Stacks
OSI and the Real World
Devices and the OSI Model
Repeaters
Routers
Bridges
Brouters
Gateways
IEEE 802 Standards
etwork Drivers and the OSI Model
NDIS (Network Driver Interface Specification)
ODI (Open Data Link Interface)
Protocol Binding
Connection-Oriented vs. Connectionless
Routable vs. Non-Routable Protocols
AppleTalk
DECnet
IPX/ SPX
SMB (Server Message Block)
SNA (Systems Network Architecture)
TCP (Transmission Control Protocol)
IP (Internet Protocol)
UDP (User Datagram Protocol)
FTP (File Transfer Protocol)
Telnet
NFS (Network File System)
SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol)
RIP (Routing Information Protocol)
NTP (Network Time Protocol)
OSPF (Open Shortest Path First)
ARP (Address Resolution Protocol)
XNS (Xerox Network System)
Non-Routable Protocols
DLC (Data Link Control)
LAT (Local Area Transport)
X.25
NetBEUI (NetBIOS Extended User Interface)
Other Protocols
PPP (Point-to-Point Protocol)
PPTP (Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol)
XDR (External Data Representation)
PC (Remote Procedure Call)
SLIP (Serial Line Internet Protocol)
Review Questions – Chapter 3
Chapter 4 - Hardware Media and Peripherals
Network Cabling
Coaxial Connectors
Twisted-Pair Cable
Fiber-Optic Cable
IBM Cabling
Summary of Cabling
Cabling Terms
Bandwidth
Selecting Cables
Signals and Clocking
Preparing the Data
Network Addressing/MAC Address
Configurable Options
DMA (Direct Memory Channel)
Controlling the Data Flow
Wireless NICs
Fiber-Optic NICs
Data Bus Architecture
Standard Bus Types
Laptops
Network Performance
Wireless Networks
Why Wireless?
• Satellite Station Networking
Satellite Station Networking
Demand Priority
Network Communications (Frames and Packets)
Packet Structure
Packet Components
Network Standards
Logical Link Control (802.2)
ARCNet ( Attached Resource Computer Network)
Review Questions Chapter 5
Chapter 6 – Network Design
Starting a Network Proj
The Customer
The Network Goals
etermine Network Type
When to Choose Peer-to-Peer
When to Choose Client/Server
Making the Choice
Public and Private networks
Design the Network
Media Selection
NOS Selection
Protocol Selection
Environmental Concerns
Putting it all together
Cable to Computer
Cable to Hub
Network Adapter Cards
Adapter Card Compatibility
Media Compatibility
Computer Compatibility
Preventing Compatibility P
Standards
Resolving Compatibility Problems
Minimum Requirements
HCL and Windows 2000
Chapter 7 - Expanding a Network
Expanding a LAN with Hubs
When a LAN is Too Small
Repeater
Router
Gateway
Connection Services
Carriers
WAN Overview
Circuit-switched Network
VLAN
Advanced WAN Environments
Modems
Remote Access Computing (R
Connecting Two Computers
RAS Protocols
Installing and Configuring RAS
Troubleshooting a RAS setup
Limitations of RAS
YWORDS Exercise
Chapter 8 – TCP/IP Essentials
Introduction to TCP/IP
RFC (Request For Comments)
TCP/IP Protocols
The Top Five TCP/IP Protocols
IP Gateway
CP/IP Addressing
IPv4
Class A Addresses
Class B Addresses
Class D and Class E Addresses
IPv6 (IP Next Generation)
Subnetting
How to Subdivide a Network
TCP/IP Configuration Concept
Review Questions Chapter 8
Chapter 9 – TCP/IP Utilities
Network Managers - SNMP
Management Software
Agent Software
Communities
Validation Tools
Event Viewer
ROUTE
NETSTAT
TRACERT
NBTSTAT
IPCONFIG/WINIPCFG
TROUBLESHOOTING TOOLS
RARP
PING
NSLOOKUP
Review Questions Chapter 9
User and Share Level
Share-level Security
Firewalls
Security Techniques
Firewall
Blocking Port Numbers
Backing up Data
Backup Options
Backup Software
Full, Differential, and Incremental Backups
Volumes
Fault Tolerance and RAID
Fault Tolerance and Power
Password Practices and Procedures
Encryption
Disaster Recovery
Viruses
Review Questions Chapter 10
Chapter 11 – Troubleshooting a Ne
Basic Troubleshooting
Networking and Troubleshooting Tools
Hardware Troubleshooting Tools
aintaining and Troubleshooting Networks
Troubleshooting Scenarios
Cable Problems
IC Indicator Lights
Performance
Conclusion
Appendix A – Tech Summary
-4-3 Rule
Coaxial Cable Types
Ethernet Cabling
UTP Cable Categories
IBM Cable Types (Token Ring)
IEEE 802.x Standards
IRQ Assignments
Subnet Masking
TCP/IP Ports
TCP/IP Utilities
Topology Review
Troubleshooting Tools
Appendix B – Useful Web Sites
Microsoft:
Novell
Other Helpful Sites
Appendix C – Network Standards Organizations
CCITT
IEEE
Appendix D – How to Register for the Exam
To Register for the Network+ Exams
Appendix E – Glossary
Appendix F – Chapter Review Questions and Answers
Review Questions Chapter 1
Review Questions Chapter 2
Review Questions Chapter 3
Review Questions Chapter 4
Review Questions Chapter 6
Review Questions Chapter 7
Review Questions Chapter 11
Index
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