ntc248 | undergraduate
Foundations Of Networking
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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- Explain the process of computer addressing.
- Analyze the basic networking computer models and topology.
- Describe common computer and networking devices, connections, & services.
Networking Operations of Routing, Switching, and Wireless
- Evaluate the process of monitoring networks and analyzing the resulting data.
- Describe the process of Routing.
- Describe the aspects of Switching and VLANs.
- Explain the process Wireless Networking.
- Evaluate various risks, vulnerabilities, and threats.
- Explain the processes of hardening, patches and updates.
- Describe the aspects of network access, and firewalls.
- Explain the basic troubleshooting methodology.
- Describe the various troubleshooting tools.
- Apply the process of solving various networking problems.
Network Standards, Practices and Theory
- Explain the basics of networking theory.
- Define standards that should be used when considering networking.
- Define appropriate network policy and procedures.
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