MTA 98-366 Networking Fundamentals Cert Prep 2018
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MTA 98-366 Networking Fundamentals Cert Prep 2018

Exam 98-366
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Created by James Hollis
Last updated 10/2018
English
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  • 2.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Students who complete this course will acquire knowledge that will permit them to be successfulwith passing the MTA 98-366 Networking Fundamentals exam.
Requirements
  • Although students who posses a basic understanding of computers and/or information technology is helpful, this class is appropriate for anyone seeking to increase their knowledge of computers.
Description

What Will I Learn?

After completing this course, students will be able to:

      • Understand network infrastructures
      • Understand network hardware
      • Understand protocols and services

 

Requirements

     • Basic Information technology knowledge

Description

The Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) is Microsoft’s newest suite of technology certification exams that validate fundamental knowledge needed to begin building a career using Microsoft technologies. This program provides an appropriate entry point to a future career in technology and assumes some hands-on experience or training but does not assume on-the-job experience.  Quizzes are included at the end of each section to provide individual assessments of the knowledge presented in each lesson.

Skills measured:

     • Understanding network infrastructures (30–35%)

     • Understanding network hardware (20–25%)

     • Understanding protocols and services (45-50%)

Note: This exam measures your ability to accomplish the technical tasks listed above. The percentages indicate the relative weight of each major topic area on the exam. The higher the percentage, the more questions you are likely to see on that content area on the exam.

 

Benefits

For those who are considering entering into an IT career and need to learn the basics, gaining MTA certification can be highly beneficial.

According to Microsoft, 86% of managers state that IT certifications are important when they are considering candidates and 91% say that a certification is essential when they are hiring.  Per Microsoft, 64% of managers thought that certifications had high value when it came to validating the skills of job candidates and that certification, experience and training were some of the most important characteristics when selecting a employee. Perhaps the best news of all is that in a survey of nearly 700 IT professionals, 60% stated that getting a certification led to them securing a new job.

An MTA (Microsoft Technology Associate) certification supplies the expertise and knowledge needed for a specific technology or product and is the recommended starting point for the Microsoft certifications. It provides a solid foundation and with just one exam you earn a certification that will allow you to take your first step towards a career in IT.

For those hoping to improve employability, having a world recognized qualification could be key to raising your profile. So impress future employees and feel confident when you go to your next interview knowing that you have a certification and the skills that will enable a successful IT career.


Course Outline

     • Lesson 1 Understanding Local Area Networking

     • Lesson 2 Defining Networks with the OSI Model

     • Lesson 3 Understanding Wired and Wireless Networks

     • Lesson 4 Understanding Internet Protocol

     • Lesson 5 Implementing TCP-IP in the Command Line

     • Lesson 6 Working with Networking Services

     • Lesson 7 Understanding Wide Area Networks

     • Lesson 8 Defining Network Infrastructure and Security

Who this course is for:
  • This course is designed for anyone interested in enhancing their networking and computer related skills
Course content
Expand all 16 lectures 02:36:34
+ Lesson 1: Understanding Local Area Networking
3 lectures 28:55
02. Part 2 Examining Local Area Networks, Devices, and Data Transfer
08:34
03. Part 3 Identifying Network Topologies and Standards
10:31
Lesson 1 Understanding Local Area Networking
10 questions
+ Lesson 2 Defining Networks with the OSI Model
2 lectures 22:41
Part 1 Understand the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model
10:36
Part 2 Understand the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model
12:05
Lesson 2 Defining Networks with the OSI Model
10 questions
+ Lesson 3 Understanding Wired and Wireless Networks
2 lectures 18:56
06. Part 1 Understand media types
11:10
07. Part 2 Understand local area networks (LANs) and Wireless
07:46
Lesson 3 Understanding Wired and Wireless Networks
10 questions
+ Lesson 4 Understanding Internet Protocol
2 lectures 22:34
08. Part 1 Working with IPv4
13:00
09. Part 2 Working with IPv6
09:34
Lesson 4 Understanding Internet Protocol
10 questions
+ Lesson 5 Implementing TCPIP in the Command Line
1 lecture 09:39
10. Part 1 Using Basic TCP IP Commands
09:39
Lesson 5 Implementing TCPIP in the Command Line
10 questions
+ Lesson 6 Working with Networking Services
1 lecture 10:03
11. Part 1 Setting Up Common Networking Services
10:03
Lesson 6 Working with Networking Services
10 questions
+ Lesson 7 Understanding Wide Area Networks
2 lectures 18:49
12. Part 1 Defining Common WAN Technologies and Connections
10:18
13. Part 2 Defining Common WAN Technologies and Connections
08:31
Lesson 7 Understanding Wide Area Networks
10 questions
+ Lesson 8 Defining Network Infrastructure and Network Security
2 lectures 20:55
14. Part 1 Understand the concepts of internet, intranet, and extranet
10:37
15. Part 2 The concepts of internet, intranet, and extranet
10:18
Lesson 8: Designing Network Infrastructure and Network Security
10 questions