New Course: CompTIA Network+ (N10-018)

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This 201-video entry-level training by SPOTO trainer Keith Barker teaches network administrators the essential skills they need to manage and administer a network.
CompTIA Network+ (N10-018) Training
This entry-level CompTIA Network+ training prepares learners for the N10-008 exam. This exam is required to earn Network+ certification.
CompTIA’s Network+ certification is one of the most sought-after IT certifications. Network+ is very popular because it doesn’t cover any particular manufacturer or vendor. Instead, it focuses on broad concepts that can be applied to any network or operating systems.
It helps new hires understand the basics of network operations and not just the details of one piece. It’s a great tool to show your worth if you are a network administrator, or want to become one.
This CompTIA training is for supervisors. It can be used to prepare for the N10-008 exam, onboarding new network administrators and individual or team training plans.
This series of 29 parts covers topics like basic networking concepts such as connection types, cloud services, network topologies, managing technologies and devices necessary to routing and networking, and monitoring and understanding network traffic data.
You can watch a video from the series here:

This series includes:Network Models
Types and Topologies of Network Topologies
Network Cables and Connectors
IPv4 Fundamentals
IPv4 NAT/PAT
IPv4 Subnetting Fundamentals
IPv6 Concepts
Services for Applications Layer
DHCP
NTP and DNS
…and many more

This training includes:
Training for 28 hours
201 videos
1 practice exam

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