Networking Administration

Description

A network administrator is responsible for keeping an organization’s computer network up-to-date and operating as intended. Any company or organization that uses multiple computers or software platforms needs a network admin to coordinate and connect the different systems. Seems simple enough—but there’s another common IT job title that may trip you up: systems administrator.

This course will kick-start your career as a Networking Administration specialist.

NOTE: This course contains topic wise quiz to help you check your grasp on th every module.

Who is the right candidate for the course?

  • Anyone who is keen to learn Networking Administration
  • Any person who wants to learn about practical application of Networking Administration to solve real world problems
  • Intermediate EXCEL users not able to work with complicated networking systems
  • Individuals who want to utilize and apply the technology of Networking Administration to their domain

  • Training

    1 month Training, 6 months access, Industry-Oriented, Self-Paced.

  • Certification

    Small & basic Objective MCQ type online exams. Microsoft Technology Associate & Foxmula Certification.

  • Internship

    45 days Internship Completion letter post project submission on our GitLab. Projects are Industrial, Small and based on your training.


How It Works

Curriculum

  • Understand the concepts of Internet, intranet, and extranet
  • Virtual Private Network (VPN), security zones, firewalls
  • Understand local area networks (LANs)
  • Understand wide area networks (WANs)
  • Understand wireless networking
  • Understand network topologies and access methods
  • Solution Design Considerations for Network Topologies
  • Wireless LAN Service Overview
  • Wired and Wireless Networking with 802.1X Authentication
  • Understand switches
  • Understand routers
  • Computer Hardware and Windows Server
  • Routing
  • Understand the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model
  • Understand IPv4
  • Understand IPv6
  • Understand names resolution
  • Understand networking services
  • Understand TCP/IP
  • NETWORK FUNDAMENTALS
  • NETWORK SCOPE AND MODEL
  • NETWORK CABLES
  • NETWORK TOPOLOGIES
  • WIRELESS NETWORK, STANDARDS, SECURITY
  • NIC, SWITCH AND VLAN
  • ISDN, DSL
  • INTERNET PROXY AND NAT
  • NETWORK PROTOCOLS AND TCP/IP
  • IP ADDRESSING
  • IP SUBNETTING
  • GATEWAY AND ROUTING
  • STATIC AND DYNAMIC ROUTING
  • OSI MODEL
  • WAN TECHNOLOGIES AND PROTOCOLS
  • WAN SECURITY
  • WHAT IS INTERNET?
  • BROWSER GOOGLE CHROME
  • EMAIL PROTOCOLS AND CLIENTS
  • DNS AND RESOURCE RECORDS
  • NETWORK COMMAND LINE UTILITIES
  • WINDOWS WORKGROUP AND ICS
  • NETWORK SECURITY
  • CONFIGURING WINDOWS SOFTWARE FIREWALL
  • FILTERING USING LINUX IPTABLES
  • STORAGE AREA NETWORK