CompTIA Network+ v7 N10-007 by Prof. Messer



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    Table of Contents:

    N10-007

    1.1 Introduction to IP
    1.1 Common Ports
    1.2 Understanding the OSI Model
    1.3 Introduction to Ethernet
    1.3 Network Switching Overview
    1.3 Broadcast Domains and Collision Domains
    1.3 Unicast, Broadcast, and Multicasts
    1.3 Protocol Data Units
    1.3 Network Segmentation
    1.3 Spanning Tree Protocol
    1.3 Switch Interface Properties
    1.3 Static and Dynamic Routing
    1.3 IGP and EGP
    1.3 Dynamic Routing Protocols
    1.3 IPv4 and IPv6 Addressing
    1.3 Configuring IPv6
    1.3 Prioritizing Traffic
    1.3 Network Address Translation
    1.3 Access Control Lists
    1.3 Circuit Switching and Packet Switching
    1.3 Software-Defined Networking
    1.4 Binary math
    1.4 IPv4 Addresses
    1.4 Classful Subnetting
    1.4. IPv4 Subnet Masks
    1.4 IPv6 Subnet Masks
    1.4 Calculating IPv4 Subnets and Hosts
    Seven Second Subnetting
    1.4 Assigning IPv4 Addresses
    1.4 Assigning IPv6 Addresses
    1.5 Network Topologies
    1.5 Common Network Types
    1.5 Internet of Things Topologies
    1.6 Wireless Standards
    1.6 Cellular Network Standards
    1.6 Wireless network Technologies
    1.7 Cloud Services and Delivery Models
    1.8 An Overview of DNS
    1.8 DNS Record Types
    1.8 DHCP Addressing Overview
    1.8 Configuring DHCP
    1.8 An Overview of NTP

    2.1 Copper Cabling
    2.1 Copper Connectors
    2.1 Optical Fiber
    2.1 Optical Fiber Connectors
    2.1 Copper Termination Standards
    2.1 Network Termination Points
    2.1 Network Transceivers
    2.1 Ethernet Standards
    2.2 Networking Devices
    2.3 Advanced Networking Devices
    2.4 Virtual Networking
    2.4 Network Storage
    2.5 WAN Services
    2.5 WAN Transmission Mediums
    2.5 WAN Technologies
    2.5 WAN Termination

    3.1 Network Documentation
    3.2 Availability Concepts
    3.2 Power Management
    3.2 Recovery Sites
    3.2 Backup and Recovery
    3.3 Process Monitoring
    3.3 Event Management
    3.3 Performance Metrics
    3.4 Remote Access
    3.5 Policies and Best Practices

    4.1 Physical Security
    4.1 Authorization, Authentication, and Accounting
    4.2 Multi-factor Authentication
    4.2 Access Control
    4.3 Wireless Encryption
    4.3 Wireless Authentication and Security
    4.4 Denial of Service
    4.4 Social Engineering
    4.4 Insider Threads
    4.4 Logic Bombs
    4.4 Rogue Access Points
    4.4 Wardriving
    4.4 Phishing
    4.4 Ransomware
    4.4 DNS Poisoning
    4.4 Spoofing
    4.4 Wireless Deauthentication
    4.4 Brute Force Attacks
    4.4 VLAN Hopping
    4.4 Man in the Middle
    4.4 Vulnerabilities and Exploits
    4.5 Device Hardening
    4.6 Mitigation Techniques
    4.6 Switch Port Protection
    4.6 Network Segmentation

    5.1 Network Troubleshooting Methodology
    5.2 Hardening Tools
    5.2 Software Tools
    5.2 Command Line Tools
    5.3 Wired Network Trouleshooting
    5.4 Wireless Network Troubleshooting
    5.5 Network Service Troubleshooting