cit279 | undergraduate
Network Technology Foundations
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Hardware and Operating System Maintenance
- Describe maintenance procedures that can be used to minimize component failure system problems for an organization.
- Identify client operating system management processes.
- Discuss common networking hardware and its role for an organizationâs network and Internet access.
Network Security and Personal Privacy Protection
- Identify network security threats.
- Describe how protocols, networking hardware, and processes are used to secure networks.
- Recognize the security implications of using mobile devices, bring your own device (BYOD), and cloud technologies in an organization.
- Apply ethical principles to Internet threats, processes, and actions.
Introduction to Networking
- Define fundamental networking concepts.
- Explain how information is transmitted across a network using the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model.
- Describe wired and wireless networks.
TCP/IP Suite and Internet Addressing
- Match common internet protocols to the internet layer of the OSI model.
- Identify how 32-bit IP addresses, subnet masking, and a default gateway are used for network technologies.
- Explain how IPv6 will extend current IP addressing.
- Demonstrate how diagnostic tools are used to troubleshoot TCP/IP networks.
- Discuss internetworking servers and their purpose.
- Identify protocols used by servers.
- Describe cloud services and how they can be used by organizations.
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