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Computer Networking Course - Network Engineering [CompTIA Network+ Exam Prep]

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This course on computer networking aims to equip learners with the skills to configure, manage, and troubleshoot computer networks, preparing them for the CompTIA Network+ exam. The course covers a wide range of topics including network devices, services, WAN technologies, network cabling, IP networking, routing concepts, security, troubleshooting methodologies, and network standards. The teaching method involves video lectures and practical demonstrations. This course is intended for individuals interested in network engineering, IT professionals looking to enhance their networking skills, and those preparing for the CompTIA Network+ certification exam.


Intro to Network Devices (part 1).
Intro to Network Devices (part 2).
Networking Services and Applications (part 1).
Networking Services and Applications (part 2).
DHCP in the Network.
Introduction to the DNS Service.
Introducing Network Address Translation.
WAN Technologies (part 1).
WAN Technologies (part 2).
WAN Technologies (part 3).
WAN Technologies (part 4).
Network Cabling (part 1).
Network Cabling (part 2).
Network Cabling (part 3).
Network Topologies.
Network Infrastructure Implementations.
Introduction to IPv4 (part 1).
Introduction to IPv4 (part 2).
Introduction to IPv6.
Special IP Networking Concepts.
Introduction to Routing Concepts (part 1).
Introduction to Routing Concepts (part 2).
Introduction to Routing Protocols.
Basic Elements of Unified Communications.
Virtualization Technologies.
Storage Area Networks.
Basic Cloud Concepts.
Implementing a Basic Network.
Analyzing Monitoring Reports.
Network Monitoring (part 1).
Network Monitoring (part 2).
Supporting Configuration Management (part 1).
Supporting Configuration Management (part 2).
The Importance of Network Segmentation.
Applying Patches and Updates.
Configuring Switches (part 1).
Configuring Switches (part 2).
Wireless LAN Infrastructure (part 1).
Wireless LAN Infrastructure (part 2).
Risk and Security Related Concepts.
Common Network Vulnerabilities.
Common Network Threats (part 1).
Common Network Threats (part 2).
Network Hardening Techniques (part 1).
Network Hardening Techniques (part 2).
Network Hardening Techniques (part 3).
Physical Network Security Control.
Firewall Basics.
Network Access Control.
Basic Forensic Concepts.
Network Troubleshooting Methodology.
Troubleshooting Connectivity with Utilities.
Troubleshooting Connectivity with Hardware.
Troubleshooting Wireless Networks (part 1).
Troubleshooting Wireless Networks (part 2).
Troubleshooting Copper Wire Networks (part 1).
Troubleshooting Copper Wire Networks (part 2).
Troubleshooting Fiber Cable Networks.
Network Troubleshooting Common Network Issues.
Common Network Security Issues.
Common WAN Components and Issues.
The OSI Networking Reference Model.
The Transport Layer Plus ICMP.
Basic Network Concepts (part 1).
Basic Network Concepts (part 2).
Basic Network Concepts (part 3).
Introduction to Wireless Network Standards.
Introduction to Wired Network Standards.
Security Policies and other Documents.
Introduction to Safety Practices (part 1).
Introduction to Safety Practices (part 2).
Rack and Power Management.
Cable Management.
Basics of Change Management.
Common Networking Protocols (part 1).
Common Networking Protocols (part 2).

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  • Mufaro Samuel Nyika
    a good networking course with depth content covering all the areas of networking
    easy to understand
  • Shreyashri Ravi Chaudhari
    A detailed review of one of the most important skills in academic research: information seeking. In particular, I enjoyed the tutorials on Mendeley and reference management tools. Highly recommended!

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