CompTIA A+ 220-801: Network Cabling, IP Addressing, Ports, and Protocols
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In order for devices to be part of a network, each must make use of a cabling medium (if wired), cable connectors and have at least one unique address, most commonly an IP address. This course examines the components and communication mechanisms such as cables, connectors, ports and protocols used to allow computers and networks to communicate with one another and share information. It also deals with the properties and characteristics of TCP/IP, the details of IP addressing including the different types of addresses, how they are assigned and the different classes. It also explains common TCP and UDP ports and protocols. This course prepares the learner for CompTIA A+ exam 220-801.
Computer technicians who have the equivalent knowledge of at least 12 months of hands-on experience in the lab or field.