CompTIA A+ Exam 220-901: Internet Connections

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Connecting to the Internet is of vital importance in today's world. There are a lot of different ways to do it, and it's important to know which option is the best for your situation. This course discusses the different options for connecting to the Internet, and how to make the best use of them. It also introduces some basic troubleshooting methodology that can be used if your connection isn't fully functional.

Target Audience
This path is intended for anyone who wishes to enter the IT professional field, and requires entry-level training to get them started with a career in technical support.


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CompTIA A+ Exam 220-901: Internet Connections

  • start the course
  • describe cable
  • describe DSL
  • describe dial up
  • describe fiber
  • describe satellite
  • describe ISDN
  • describe cellular
  • describe line of sight
  • describe cable management
  • compare 66 and 110 wiring blocks
  • describe loopback plug
  • describe toner prober
  • describe cable tools
  • describe how to duplicate IP addressing
  • describe wireless LAN troubleshooting
  • describe no connectivity
  • describe limited local connectivity
  • identify the network tools
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