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Mike Meyers' Network+ Guide to Managing & Troubleshooting Networks Lab Manual

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Edition:
1st
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9780072255645

ISBN10:
0072255641
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
8/30/2004
Publisher(s):
McGraw-Hill/Irwin

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Summary

This guide prepares readers for the real world by applying networking concepts to solve real networking problems. Contains step-by-step, not click by click, lab scenarios that require students to think critically.

Author Biography

Michael Meyers (Houston, TX) is the industry’s leading authority on CompTIA certifications, including A+ and Network+. He is the president and founder of Total Seminars, LLC, a major provider of PC and network repair seminars for thousands of organizations throughout the world. Total Seminars is a member of CompTIA, the creator of the A+ and Network+ Certifications.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments ix
Information Technology Skill Standards and Your Curriculum x
Introduction
1(10)
Lab Exercises
1(1)
Lab Exercise 1.01: Understanding Network +
2(2)
Lab Exercise 1.02: Related Certifications
4(1)
Lab Exercise 1.03: Study Preparation
5(2)
Lab Exercise 1.04: Scheduling the Network + Exam
7(2)
Lab Analysis
9(1)
Key Terms Quiz
10(1)
Defining Networking
11(14)
Lab Exercises
11(1)
Lab Exercise 2.01: The Birth of Networking
12(2)
Lab Exercise 2.02: Defining the Goals of Networking
14(2)
Lab Exercise 2.03: Examining Servers and Clients
16(4)
Lab Exercise 2.04: Working with Network Resources
20(3)
Lab Analysis
23(1)
Key Terms Quiz
23(2)
Building a Network with OSI
25(8)
Lab Exercises
25(1)
Lab Exercise 3.01: Using Network Hardware
26(2)
Lab Exercise 3.02: Understanding the Data Delivery Process
28(2)
Lab Exercise 3.03: Examining the Layers of the OSI Seven-Layer Model
30(1)
Lab Analysis
31(1)
Key Terms Quiz
32(1)
Hardware Concepts
33(12)
Lab Exercises
33(1)
Lab Exercise 4.01: Identifying Network Topologies
34(3)
Lab Exercise 4.02: Identifying Network Cabling Types
37(5)
Lab Exercise 4.03: Industry Standards
42(1)
Lab Analysis
43(1)
Key Terms Quiz
44(1)
Ethernet Basics
45(18)
Lab Exercises
45(1)
Lab Exercise 5.01: Understanding the Pieces of Ethernet Data Frames
46(8)
Lab Exercise 5.02: Accessing Ethernet Networks
54(1)
Lab Exercise 5.03: Ethernet Coaxial Cabling
55(2)
Lab Exercise 5.04: Terminating Ethernet Network Segments
57(2)
Lab Exercise 5.05: Extending Ethernet Networks
59(2)
Lab Analysis
61(1)
Key Terms Quiz
61(2)
Modern Ethernet
63(10)
Lab Exercises
63(1)
Lab Exercise 6.01: Modern Ethernet: 10BaseT and 10BaseFL
64(2)
Lab Exercise 6.02: Ethernet Network Design: The 5-4-3 Rule
66(3)
Lab Exercise 6.03: Beyond 10BaseT: High-Speed Ethernet
69(2)
Lab Analysis
71(1)
Key Terms Quiz
72(1)
Non-Ethernet Networks
73(10)
Lab Exercises
73(1)
Lab Exercise 7.01: Alternative to Ethernet: Token Ring Networks
74(3)
Lab Exercise 7.02: Legacy Networks: Arcnet and LocalTalk
77(3)
Lab Exercise 7.03: LAN to WAN Technologies: FDDI and ATM
80(1)
Lab Analysis
81(1)
Key Terms Quiz
82(1)
Installing a Physical Network
83(14)
Lab Exercises
83(1)
Lab Exercise 8.01: Examining Structured Network Cabling
84(3)
Lab Exercise 8.02: Installing Network Adapters
87(4)
Lab Exercise 8.03: Diagnostics and Troubleshooting
91(2)
Lab Analysis
93(1)
Key Terms Quiz
94(3)
Wireless Networking
97(14)
Lab Exercises
97(1)
Lab Exercise 9.01: Wireless Networking Basics
98(2)
Lab Exercise 9.02: Wireless Networking Standards
100(2)
Lab Exercise 9.03: Configuring Wireless Networking
102(5)
Lab Exercise 9.04: Troubleshooting Wireless Networks
107(1)
Lab Analysis
108(1)
Key Terms Quiz
109(2)
Protocols
111(10)
Lab Exercises
111(1)
Lab Exercise 10.01: The NET Command
112(2)
Lab Exercise 10.02: Interconnecting Protocols
114(2)
Lab Exercise 10.03: NetBios Naming
116(2)
Lab Analysis
118(1)
Key Terms Quiz
118(3)
TCP/IP
121(20)
Lab Exercises
121(1)
Lab Exercise 11.01: IP Addressing Basics
122(5)
Lab Exercise 11.02: Configuring Subnet Masks
127(3)
Lab Exercise 11.03: Local vs. Remote TCP/IP Addresses: The Function of the Default Gateway
130(3)
Lab Exercise 11.04: TCP/IP Advanced Network Service Settings: DNS, WINS, DHCP
133(3)
Lab Exercise 11.05: TCP/IP Port Associations
136(2)
Lab Analysis
138(1)
Key Terms Quiz
139(2)
Network Operating Systems
141(12)
Lab Exercises
141(1)
Lab Exercise 12.01: Defining the Role of the Network Operating System
142(3)
Lab Exercise 12.02: Recognizing the Major Network Operating Systems
145(4)
Lab Exercise 12.03: Examining Common Network Operating System Functions
149(2)
Lab Analysis
151(1)
Key Terms Quiz
152(1)
Managing Network Resources
153(20)
Lab Exercises
153(1)
Lab Exercise 13.01: Resource Naming Conventions
154(3)
Lab Exercise 13.02: Network Resource Security Permissions
157(4)
Lab Exercise 13.03: Sharing Resources on a Network
161(6)
Lab Exercise 13.04: Accessing Shared Resources on a Network
167(3)
Lab Analysis
170(1)
Key Terms Quiz
171(2)
Going Large With TCP/IP
173(14)
Lab Exercises
173(1)
Lab Exercise 14.01: DNS Troubleshooting
174(3)
Lab Exercise 14.02: DHCP Troubleshooting
177(2)
Lab Exercise 14.03: Fun with TCP/IP Tools
179(3)
Lab Exercise 14.04: DNS/DHCP/WINS Troubleshooting
182(3)
Lab Analysis
185(1)
Key Terms Quiz
186(1)
Network Operating Systems
187(12)
Lab Exercises
187(1)
Lab Exercise 15.01: Working with Routing Tables
188(3)
Lab Exercise 15.02: Running ICS and NAT
191(2)
Lab Exercise 15.03: Running a Proxy Server
193(3)
Lab Analysis
196(1)
Key Terms Quiz
197(2)
Remote Access
199(16)
Lab Exercises
199(1)
Lab Exercise 16.01: Remote Connectivity Options for Local Area Networks
200(3)
Lab Exercise 16.02: Extending a LAN to a WAN
203(2)
Lab Exercise 16.03: Connecting Clients to Remote Access Service Servers and the Internet
205(7)
Lab Analysis
212(1)
Key Terms Quiz
213(2)
Protecting Your Network
215(16)
Lab Exercises
215(1)
Lab Exercise 17.01: Public Keys with PGP
216(7)
Lab Exercise 17.02: Running ZoneAlarm
223(2)
Lab Exercise 17.03: Using ICF
225(2)
Lab Analysis
227(1)
Key Terms Quiz
228(3)
Interconnecting Network Operating Systems
231(22)
Lab Exercises
231(1)
Lab Exercise 18.01: Connecting to Windows
232(9)
Lab Exercise 18.02: Connecting to NetWare
241(5)
Lab Exercise 18.03: Connecting to Macintosh
246(4)
Lab Analysis
250(1)
Key Terms Quiz
251(2)
The Perfect Server
253(16)
Lab Exercises
253(1)
Lab Exercise 19.01: Working with RAID
254(5)
Lab Exercise 19.02: Tape Backups
259(2)
Lab Exercise 19.03: Working with Anti-Virus Software
261(4)
Lab Analysis
265(1)
Key Terms Quiz
266(3)
Zen and the Art of Network Support
269(12)
Lab Exercises
269(1)
Lab Exercise 20.01: Network Troubleshooting Toolkit
270(6)
Lab Exercise 20.02: Network Troubleshooting Process
276(2)
Lab Analysis
278(2)
Key Terms Quiz
280(1)
Glossary 281(37)
Index 318


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