ExamInsight for CompTIA Network+ certification, Examination N10-002 / Tcat Houser, Helen O'Boyle.

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Catura-Houser, Tim.
Other Authors: O'Boyle, Helen.
Format: Electronic
Language:English
Published: Wheaton : Synoia Digital Press, 2003.
Series:TotalRecall certification system series.
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Table of Contents:
  • About the Authors
  • About the Book
  • Table of Contents
  • Acknowledgments
  • Tcat Houser
  • Helen Oâ€?Boyle
  • How To Read This Book
  • Humor
  • Real-World Lessons
  • Continued Support
  • The Why of this Book
  • Icon Alerts
  • Historical
  • Geek
  • Future
  • Real World
  • Who is?
  • Network+ 2002 Exam Specifics
  • Exam Skills Measured and Weighting
  • Introduction
  • Welcome!
  • Intended Audience
  • Self-Study Students
  • What is NETWORK+?
  • What is the NETWORK+ test?
  • About the Test
  • Chapter 0000: Network Basics
  • Getting Ready
  • QuestionsGetting Ready
  • Answers
  • I Concepts & Terms Required
  • Definitions You Need To Know
  • II What is a Network?
  • III Network Types by Geographic Scope
  • LAN
  • LANs and Subnets
  • MAN
  • WAN
  • IV VLANs â€? Creating Virtual LANâ€?s
  • V Network Models for Resource Sharing
  • Models in Networking
  • Sneaker Net
  • Peer-to-Peer Networks
  • Client Server model
  • Pop Quiz 0000.00
  • VI Private VS Public Networks
  • Classifying Networks by Infrastructure Sharing Type
  • Private Networks
  • Public Networks
  • Virtual Private NetworksVII Intranets, Extranets and Internets
  • Internet
  • Intranet
  • Extranet
  • VIII Network Topologies
  • Topologies
  • Mesh Network
  • Star Network
  • Bus Network
  • Ring Network
  • Pop Quiz 0000.01
  • IX Broadband vs. Baseband Networks
  • X Chapter 0000: Summary
  • XI Test 0000: Success Questions
  • Chapter 0001: LAN Cabling
  • Getting Ready
  • Questions
  • Getting Ready
  • Answers
  • I Concepts & Terms Required
  • Definitions You Need To Know
  • II Connections
  • III Legacy Cable / Physical Topologies
  • IV Legacy Coax10 Base 5
  • 10 Base 2
  • 5-4-3 Rule
  • Connecting Computers to a LAN Using Coax
  • Termination
  • Troubleshooting 10Base2 and 10Base5
  • Loose or Missing Terminator
  • Cable Break
  • Jabbering Transceiver
  • Broadcast Storm
  • The wrong type of cable
  • V Coax Cable â€? New Developments
  • Twisted Pair Background
  • Major Types of Twisted Pair Cable
  • Twisted Pair Cable Naming Conventions
  • Pop Quiz 0001.00
  • VI Twisted Pair Technologies
  • Can I tell twisted pair cables apart by looking at them?
  • Can I substitute one lookalike cable for another?How do I know which to use?
  • Twisted Pair cabling standards
  • 10xBase-T Family
  • VGAnyLan
  • 1000BaseTX: The Latest UTP Ethernet Standard
  • Troubleshooting 10nBaseTx
  • Cable Break
  • Wrong Type of Cable
  • Bad Connector
  • Pop Quiz 0001.01
  • VII Fiber-optics
  • Got Fiber?
  • Installation
  • SingleMode/MultiMode Fiber
  • Fiber-Optic Based Ethernet Cable standards
  • Fiber-Optic Connectors
  • VIII Wireless Networking
  • Deciphering the alphabet soup of 802.11x
  • Begin with b