CompTIA Network+ Certification All-in-One Exam Guide, Premium Fifth Edition (Exam N10-005)
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1. Show! Operating System and Application Training Demonstrations take you through dozens of how-to lessons on key Windows and application functions. You’ll get guided tours of Windows 7 and router firmware, with a clear focus on networking.
2. Click! Interactive Graphical Windows Exercises test your knowledge of how to do things in the graphical Windows interface. You will get many tasks to solve that require you to open various applications and Windows and configure them.
3. Type! Interactive Command-line Windows Exercises test your knowledge of the Windows command-line interface (CLI). You’ll be tasked to solve various networking issues by using the CLI commands, such as ipconfig and netstat. These are similar to the CLI questions you’ll see on the Network+ exam.
4. Challenge! Interactive Configuration and Identification Exercises mimic many of the performance-based questions you’ll get on the Network+ exam. They offer a graphical environment for you to answer numerous types of questions. You’ll be tested on your knowledge of wiring schemes, troubleshooting methodologies, and network models, among many other topics.
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- Build a network with the OSI and TCP/IP models
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- Connect multiple Ethernet components
- Install and configure routers and switches
- Work with TCP/IP applications and network protocols
- Configure IPv6 routing protocols
- Implement virtualization
- Set up clients and servers for remote access
- Configure wireless networks
- Secure networks with firewalls, NAT, port filtering, packet filtering, and other methods
- Build a SOHO network
- Manage and troubleshoot networks
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DNS server an IP address for a .com server (Figure 10-19). Figure 10-19 Talking to a root server NOTE Yes, the 13 root name servers are maintained by 12 root name server operators. VeriSign, the company that handles security for a lot of the e-commerce on the Internet, maintains two root name server clusters. The .com DNS server also doesn’t know the address of www.microsoft.com, but it knows the IP address of the microsoft.com DNS server. It sends that IP address to your root server
four hexadecimal characters make a 16-bit group. A complete IPv6 address always has eight groups of four hexadecimal characters. If this sounds like you’re going to type in really long IP addresses, don’t worry, IPv6 offers a number of shortcuts. First, leading zeroes can be dropped from any group, so 00CF becomes CF and 0000 becomes 0. Let’s rewrite that IPv6 address using this shortcut: 2001:0:0:3210:800:200C:CF:1234 To write IPv6 addresses containing strings of zeroes, you can use a pair
the central offices and IXCs owned the lines and equipment that interconnected them. Over time, the line between LECs and IXCs has become very blurred. Because PSTN was designed long before computers were common, it was designed to work with only one type of data: sound. Here’s how it works. The telephone’s microphone takes the sound of your voice and translates it into an electrical analog waveform. The telephone then sends that signal through the PSTN line to the phone on the other end of the
Questions 1. Which of the following describes standards for physical wiring in a network? A. Baseline B. Demarc C. Network diagram D. Wiring scheme 2. Which of the following defines the type of connection or technology used in a network and maps how each machine connects? A. Baseline B. Demarc C. Network diagram D. Wiring scheme 3. John wants to analyze the procedure for adding a new file server on his network. What should he do? A. Ask his supervisor. B. Check the change management
routing metric, 246–247 SOHO network design, 651 multicast addresses defined, 438 IGMP and, 280 IPv6, 437–439 overview of, 201 multicast class licenses, 201 multifactor authentication, 557 multihomed computers, 233 multilayer switches DNS load balancing, 421–422 load balancing, 420–421 overview of, 419–420 QoS and traffic shaping, 423–424 using content switches or, 422 multimeters testing cable runs, 156–157 troubleshooting with, 662 multimode fiber. See MMF (multimode fiber)