LiveLab N10-007: CompTIA Network+

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duration: 26 hours |

access duration: 180 days

In this online CompTIA LiveLab focused on CompTIA exam N10-007: CompTIA Network+, you will get extensive practical experience in the field of networks, network models and network protocols.

By performing tasks in real network environments you can improve your practical knowledge and skills in the various examination subjects.

You will perform practical exercises regarding network components, basic principles, network devices, security protocols, routing and far more.

Result

After completing this LiveLab you have extensive practical experience in the field of networking, network models and network protocols.

Prerequisites

You have successfully finished a training course for the certification exam, this lab helps you to prepare for. The course CompTIA Network+ for this lab is available through us.

Target audience

Network Administrator

LiveLab N10-007: CompTIA Network+

26 hours

Configure Gateway Redundancy Protocols

  • Introduction
  • Lab Topology
  • Exercise 1 - Configuring HSRP
  • Exercise 2 - Priority and Pre-emption
  • Exercise 3 - Examining HSRP
  • Review

Network Services and Protocols - Part 2

  • Introduction
  • Lab Topology
  • Exercise 1 - Verifying Port 80 for HTTP
  • Exercise 2 - Verifying HTTPS Port 443
  • Exercise 3 - Contrast TCP and UDP Protocols
  • Exercise 4 - Using a Port Scanner
  • Review

Routing Concepts and Protocols

  • Introduction
  • Lab Topology
  • Exercise 1 - Static Routing
  • Exercise 2 - Dynamic Routing
  • Exercise 3 - Static and Dynamic Routing
  • Exercise 4 - Floating Static Route
  • Exercise 5 - Configuring Multiple Dynamic Routing Protocols
  • Review

Implement a Host-based Firewall

  • Introduction
  • Lab Topology
  • Exercise 1 - Preliminary Tasks
  • Exercise 2 - Configuring Firewall Rules Using Windows Firewall
  • Exercise 3 - Configuring Firewall Rules using Windows Firewall with Advanced Security
  • Exercise 4 - Configuring Firewall Rules from the Command Line Interface
  • Review

Configure and Verify Switch Security Features

  • Introduction
  • Lab Topology
  • Exercise 1 - ARP Inspection, DHCP Snooping, and IP Source Guard
  • Exercise 2 - Private VLANs (PVLANs)
  • Review

Network Management - Diagrams, Symbols and Documentation

  • Introduction
  • Lab Topology
  • Exercise 1 – Introduction to LibreOffice Draw
  • Exercise 2 - Document the lab topology
  • Review

Network Services and Protocols - Part 3

  • Introduction
  • Lab Topology
  • Exercise 1 - Configuring Port 21 for FTP
  • Exercise 2 - Configuring Port 161 for SNMP
  • Exercise 3 - Configuring Port 23 for Telnet
  • Exercise 4 - Configuring Port 445 for SMB
  • Exercise 5 - Configuring Port 3389 for RDP
  • Exercise 6 - Using VNC and SSH
  • Review

Configure IPv4 and IPv6 Addressing

  • Introduction
  • Lab Topology
  • Exercise 1 - Configure the Network to use an ISATAP Router
  • Exercise 2 - Setup Network Connectivity between IPv4 and IPv6 devices
  • Review

Install and Configure SNMP

  • Introduction
  • Lab Topology
  • Exercise 1 - Installing the Monitoring Software
  • Exercise 2 - Installing and Configuring SNMP
  • Exercise 3 - Performing a Network Inventory
  • Review

Configure Switching Concepts

  • Introduction
  • Lab Topology
  • Exercise 1 - Examining the Functionality of a Switch
  • Exercise 2 - Examining the MAC Address Table
  • Exercise 3 - Examining MAC Address Aging
  • Exercise 4 - Frame Flooding
  • Exercise 5 - Creating and Managing VLANs
  • Review

Configure Switching Features

  • Introduction
  • Lab Topology
  • Exercise 1 - Trunk Configuration Part 1
  • Exercise 2 - VLAN Trunk Protocol
  • Exercise 3 - Trunk Configuration Part 2
  • Exercise 4 - Native VLAN Configuration
  • Exercise 5 - Adding and Removing VLANs from a Trunk
  • Exercise 6 - Configuring EtherChannel
  • Review

Assess Network Vulnerabilities and Threats using MBSA

  • Introduction
  • Lab Topology
  • Exercise 1 - Running MBSA to Detect System Vulnerabilities
  • Review

Detecting System Bottlenecks and Log Management

  • Introduction
  • Lab Topology
  • Exercise 1 - Monitor System Performance
  • Exercise 2 - Detecting System Bottlenecks
  • Review

Network Services and Protocols - Part 1

  • Introduction
  • Lab Topology
  • Exercise 1 - Preparing the lab
  • Exercise 2 - Troubleshooting ICMP Related Issues
  • Exercise 3 - Understand How ARP Works
  • Review

Troubleshoot Network Connectivity with Network Utilities

  • Introduction
  • Lab Topology
  • Exercise 1 - Using ipconfig
  • Exercise 2 - Using pathping
  • Exercise 3 - Using route
  • Exercise 4 - Using iptables
  • Exercise 5 - Using tcpdump
  • Exercise 6 - Using nmap
  • Review

Controlling VPN Access with RADIUS

  • Introduction
  • Lab Topology
  • Exercise 1 - Install Network Policy Server - Microsoft RADIUS
  • Exercise 2 - Configure VPN Ports
  • Exercise 3 - Viewing the NPS Logs
  • Review

Install and Configure Network Load Balancing

  • Introduction
  • Lab Topology
  • Exercise 1 - Installing Network Load Balancing Nodes
  • Exercise 2 - Configuring a New NLB Cluster
  • Exercise 3 - Adding a Secondary Node to an NLB Cluster
  • Exercise 4 - Examining the Working of an NLB Cluster
  • Exercise 5 - Configuring and Validating Port Rules for NLB
  • Review

Install and Configure DHCP and DNS Servers

  • Introduction
  • Lab Topology
  • Exercise 1 - Installing and Configuring DHCP
  • Exercise 2 - Installing and Configuring DNS
  • Review

Troubleshoot Internet Connection and DNS Issues

  • Introduction
  • Lab Topology
  • Exercise 1 - Troubleshoot Internet connectivity issues
  • Exercise 2 - Troubleshoot Network Connectivity due to DNS settings
  • Review

Configure E-Mail Client Protocols

  • Introduction
  • Lab Topology
  • Exercise 1 - Configuring an Email Service
  • Exercise 2 - Configuring a Mail Client
  • Review

Introduction to the OSI Model

  • Introduction
  • Lab Topology
  • Exercise 1 - Understand the OSI model
  • Exercise 2 - Layers 1 to 3 of the OSI model
  • Exercise 3 - Layers 4 to 7 of the OSI model
  • Review

Install OS Updates and Configure Security Policy

  • Introduction
  • Lab Topology
  • Exercise 1 - Configure and Run Windows Update
  • Exercise 2 - Configure Network Security Policy
  • Review

Introduction to Software as a Service (SaaS)

  • Introduction
  • Lab Topology
  • Exercise 1 - Using OneDrive for Document Storage
  • Exercise 2 - Using OneDrive for Document Sharing
  • Review

Backup and Restore

  • Introduction
  • Lab Topology
  • Exercise 1 - Restoring a Windows Computer Using System Image Backup
  • Exercise 2 - Using Windows 10 backup utilities
  • Exercise 3 - Automating Windows Server Backup
  • Review

VPN Technologies and Services

  • Introduction
  • Lab Topology
  • Exercise 1 - Install VPN Server
  • Exercise 2 - Configure VPN Server Properties
  • Exercise 3 - Using PPTP
  • Exercise 4 - Using L2TP to create an IPsec connection
  • Review

Common Network Vulnerabilities

  • Introduction
  • Lab Topology
  • Exercise 1 - Spoofing a DNS Server
  • Exercise 2 - Exploring DNS Server Vulnerabilities
  • Exercise 3 - Using Anti-Phishing configuration
  • Review

Install Hyper-V

  • Introduction
  • Lab Topology
  • Exercise 1 - Enable Hyper-V Feature
  • Review

We offer several optional training products to enhance your learning experience. If you are planning to use our training course in preperation for an official exam then whe highly recommend using these optional training products to ensure an optimal learning experience. Sometimes there is only a practice exam or/and practice lab available.

Optional practice exam (trial exam)

To supplement this training course you may add a special practice exam. This practice exam comprises a number of trial exams which are very similar to the real exam, both in terms of form and content. This is the ultimate way to test whether you are ready for the exam. 

Optional practice lab

To supplement this training course you may add a special practice lab. You perform the tasks on real hardware and/or software applicable to your Lab. The labs are fully hosted in our cloud. The only thing you need to use our practice labs is a web browser. In the LiveLab environment you will find exercises which you can start immediatelyThe lab enviromentconsist of complete networks containing for example, clients, servers,etc. This is the ultimate way to gain extensive hands-on experience. 

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