Networking

Certificate in Networking course validates competency in networking administration and support.

This program covers the training in networking administration and support on different kinds of Operating Systems like Windows 2003/8, Linux, Windows 7 etc. It also provides you the knowledge of media and topologies, protocols and standards, Storage area Network and Network Security. The demand for skilled network support professionals has been growing significantly. The technology community identifies this course as the perfect entry point into a networking career. Upon completion of this course one can work as a Field support Technician, Network Support Technician, Network Administrator etc.

Duration of the course
Part Time : 90 Days(2 hrs./day)
Full Time : 30 Days(4 hrs./day)

Key Benefits:

By the end of the course, students will be identified and accepted as baseline of any entry-level Network Engineer.

  • Network Definitions
  • Network Models
  • Connectivity
  • Network Addressing
  • Signaling Concepts
  • Families of Protocols
  • NetBEUI
  • Bridges and Switches
  • The TCP/IP Protocol
  • Building a TCP/IP Network
  • The TCP/IP Suite
  • Implement LAN Protocols on a Network
  • IP Routing
  • IP Routing Tables
  • Router Discovery Protocols
  • Data Movement in a Routed Network
  • Virtual LANs (VLANs).
  • Introduction to Network Security
  • Virus Protection
  • Local Security
  • Network Access
  • Internet Security.
  • Using a Systematic Approach to Troubleshooting
  • Network Support Tools: Utilities
  • The Network Baseline.
  • The WAN Environment
  • WAN Transmission Technologies
  • WAN Connectivity Devices
  • Voice Over Data Services.
  • The Data Package
  • Establishing a Connection
  • Reliable Delivery
  • Network Connectivity
  • Noise Control
  • Building Codes
  • Connection Devices
  • Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
  • DNS Name Resolution
  • NetBIOS Support
  • SNMP
  • TCP/IP Utilities
  • Upper Layer Services: FTP
  • Novell NetWare
  • Microsoft BackOffice
  • Linux History and Operation Macintosh.
  • Remote Networking
  • Remote Access Protocols
  • VPN Technologies.
  • Enterprise Data Storage
  • Clustering
  • Network Attached Storage
  • Storage Area Networks.
  • The OSI Model
  • Ethernet
  • Network Resources
  • Token Ring/IEEE 802.5
  • FDDI
  • Wireless Networking
  • Introduction to IPX/SPX
  • AppleTalk
  • Introduction to Apple Open Transport
  • Introduction to IPv6
  • Remote Networking
  • Remote Access Protocols
  • VPN Technologies.
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