MTA: Networking Fundamentals

Availability: Continuous

Length: 25 Hours

Department: Information Technology
Semester: Continuous
Duration: 25 Hours

Department: Information Technology
Semester: Continuous
Method: Online
Duration: 25 Hours

Prepare for the Microsoft MTA 98-366 exam with MTA Networking Fundamentals course and Lab. This course covers all the objectives of Microsoft MTA 98-366 exam which include understanding network infrastructures like concepts of Internet, intranet, extranet, LANs, WANs, wireless networking, and network topologies; understanding network hardware like switches, routers, and media types; and understanding protocols and services like OSI Model, IPv4, IPv6, networking services, and TCP/IP. Lab simulates real-world, hardware, software and command line interface environments and can be mapped to any text-book, course or training.

  • Introduction

  • Introduction to Networking

  • Overview of Networking Components

  • Understanding the OSI Model

  • Exploring Common Protocols

  • Identifying the Default Gateway

  • Understanding Hexadecimal

  • Connecting Computers to a Network

  • Networking Computers with Switches

  • Connecting Networks with Routers

  • Exploring Types of Names Used in Networks

  • Understanding Network Security Zones

  • Understanding Wireless Networking

  • Understanding Internet Access Methods and Wide Area Networks

  • Using the Command Prompt

  • Appendix A

  • Hands-on experience with windows server

  • Hands-on experience with windows-based networking

  • Hands-on experience with network management tools

  • Systems Analyst

  • Network Architect

  • IT Security Specialist

  • Help Desk Technician

  • Network Administrator