Welcome to the CompTIA Network+ Certification; N10-006. The Total Course from Mike Meyers and Total Seminars.
This course is over 15 hours in length and covers everything you need to know to pass your CompTIA Network+ Certification (N10-006) Exam. The first goal of the course is to make you a good Network Tech and in the process make sure you are ready to pass the CompTIA exam.
The course covers all the exam topics including:
This is a Total Network+ Course and covers everything a good tech needs to know and prepares you to pass the CompTIA Network+ Certification exam.
In this episode, Mike outlines a study strategy for success on the CompTIA Network+ exam. In the process, he describes the exam objectives in some detail.
You can download the Network+ N10-006 Glossary and exam objectives to see exactly what CompTIA says is covered on the exam. Run your mouse over the video and look for the "Resources Available" link in the upper left corner of the player.
This episode introduces you to the two models used to describe and troubleshoot networks.
In this episode, Mike takes an Ethernet frame through the processes involved incoming and outgoing, using both the OSI and TCP/IP models for reference.
In this episode, Mike details the different types and categories of twisted pair cabling.
Mike discusses the core technologies of Ethernet
Mike takes you on a tour of a typical SOHO infrastructure, from the equipment room to the demarc and back again.
In this episode, Mike shows how to test for problems with structured cabling and explains what types of problems to look out for.
Mike continues his discussion of structured cabling by examining how to use voltage monitors, environmental/temperature monitors, and TDRs to troubleshoot a cabling installation.
In this episode, Mike takes an in-depth look at how IP addresses are constructed.
In this episode, Mike explores the address resolution protocol, which is used to resolve IP addresses.
In this episode, Mike explains how routers work to get packets from one network to another.
In this episode, Mike describes the purposes of well-known ports and ephemeral ports.
In this episode, Mike walks you through setting up a SOHO router. He's like a talking user's manual!
Mike introduces you to routing concepts such as metrics and latency. The episode also discusses types of routing protocols, such as distance vector and link state.
In this episode, Mike discusses the distance vector routing protocol called Routing Information Protocol.
Continuing with the routing protocol discussion, Mike describes the most common IGP, OSPF.
In this episode, Mike explores connection-oriented and connectionless communication on an IP network via the TCP and UDP protocols.
In this episode, Mike takes a look at the computers that host the numberless pictures of cats that make up the Internet.
This episode begins an overview of the DNS system, which resolves domain names to IP addresses.
In this episode, Mike concludes his overview of DNS, covering everything from forward lookup zones to AAAA records.
Take a look back in time at the earliest method for resolving IP addresses: the HOSTS file!
In this episode, Mike looks at ways Windows machines figure out names of other computers on the network, through processes like NetBIOS and LLMNR.
In this episode, Mike explores the venerable and still very useful net command to show things such as user names, shared network resources, mapping network drives, and more.
Total Seminars provides certification training services and training materials to thousands of schools, corporations, and government agencies including the United Nations, the FBI and all branches of the Department of Defense. Total Seminars produces the #1 selling CompTIA A+ and Network+ Certification books with over 1 million books in print.
Total Seminars has created a number of “Best-Selling” Udemy video courses by Mike Meyers and the Total Seminars team of Instructors. They also develop supplemental materials such as the TotalTester certification practice tests and TotalSims lab simulations to support your certification preparation. These are available on the Total Seminars web site.
Mike Meyers, affectionately called the "Alpha Geek", is the Industry's leading authority on CompTIA Certifications. He is the President and co-founder of Total Seminars, LLC, a provider of PC and network repair seminars, books, videos and courseware for thousands of organizations throughout the world. Mike has been involved in the computer and network repair industry since 1987 as a technician, instructor, author, consultant, and speaker.
Author of numerous popular PC books and videos, including the best-selling CompTIA A+ Certification All-in-One Exam Guide and CompTIA Network+ Certification All-in-One Exam Guide. Mike is also the series editor for the highly successful Mike Meyers' Certification Passport series and the Mike Meyers' Guide to series, all published by McGraw-Hill. Mike has sold over a million IT and certification books.
As well as writing Mike has personally taught thousands of students, including U.S. senators, U.S. Supreme Court Justices, members of the United Nation, every branch of the U.S. Armed Forces, many branches of the Department of Justice, hundreds of corporate clients and academic students at every level.
Mike's humorous and easy to follow approach to teaching comes through in his video training courses as well as his classroom instructor led courses. Making IT concepts easy to understand and fun to learn helps students stay engaged and retain the information.
Mike brings his unique style of video training to Udemy with the launch of his CompTIA A+ Certification, Network+ Certification and Security+ Certification courses. Check out the first few lessons which are available free and you will quickly see what is different about Mike's approach to learning.