Installation and Configuration of Local Area Networks
- Structured Cabling
- Setting up a LAN
- TCP/IP Configuration
- Domain & Workgroup Configuration
- Creating & Managing User Accounts
- Sharing Internet and other Resources
- Configuring DHCP Servers
- Monitoring Network Resources
- Troubleshooting LANs
This course deals with the theory and practical of building Wired Local Area Networks from scratch. You will learn the different kinds of cables used to setup LANs. In particular, you will learn to terminate UTP cables on RJ-45 as Straight-Through, Crossover and Rollover cables. You will learn to connect computer to Switches, Face Plates, and Routers, using the cables you have terminated.
Beyond the hardware, this course will also teach you to configure protocols such as ADS, DNS and DHCP within a Windows Server Operating System environment. You will learn to create Domains and Workgroups and to join computers to these Domains and Workgroups.
The Basics of Network Administration is also covered in this course. You will learn to create User Accounts for employees on a corporate LAN; manage these accounts and perform administrative functions such as password recovery, resource sharing, and lot more.
Networking CAREER OPPORTUNITY
Completing and mastering this training will qualify you to work in small/medium organizations in any of these capacities:
- Network Engineer
- Network Administrator
- System Engineer
The training prepares you to take the following certifications: