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Hardware & networking

Computer Hardware and BasicNetworking (A+,N+)Establishing a computer network allows computers to communicate with one another. In a home setting, you can transfer files and share file folders with another computer; you can attach a printer, scanner, copier or fax machine so that all computers attached to the network can use those devices without having to be individually connected to them. With a wireless network, you can eliminate cables and move freely about your home with a mobile device such as a laptop.A basic network is defined by its "topology." This word describes the physical blueprint of your network connections, viewed from a top-down perspective. You'll see this word used most often in the business world, where an overall topology can span not just buildings but entire regions of the country. In your home, the topology contains your computers, their network connection hardware, other devices on the network and how this setup connects to the Internet, if applicable.


Course duration : 40 hrs


Computer Hardware & Basic networking Training Course Content

  • Computer Hardware
  • Input Output Devices
  • Microprocessor
  • Hard Disk Drive
  • Memory
  • Power Supply
  • Motherboard
  • Computer Maintenance
  • Slots & Connectors
  • Operating System
  • O.S. & Driver Installation
  • Computer Assembly
  • Quiz
  • Presentation
  • Case study
  • Basic Networking
  • Networking Fundamentals
  • topology
  • Media Standard
  • Media Characteristics
  • NIC Overview
  • Wireless Technologies
  • Internet Addressing
  • Identifying Type of Internet Addressing – static , dynamic
  • Explaining Various Switching Technology
  • An Overview of Network Management System
  • Identifying Network Needs
  • Basics of Network Operating System
  • Devices
  • Creating LAN
  • Using TCP/IP Services
  • OSI
  • Installing and Configuring TCP/IP

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