MTA Networking Fundamentals

Networking is crucial to computing and over time knowledge gaps occur which reduces effectiveness and performance of a team. In this course, we will focus on the fundamentals of networking concepts and current technologies.

In today's increasingly connected and technology-driven businesses you need to know how communication and information transfers are enabled by networking technologies such as the internet, intranet, and extranet, local area networks, wide area networks, wireless networking, network topologies, and access methods. You will also build foundational knowledge in various networking concepts, including the OSI model, IP addressing, internet protocols, and more.

This course is part of the core introductory Microsoft IT Infrastructure certification for anyone considering a career in technology.

Course Pre-requisites

IT professionals, technical associates and apprentices who need to secure a solid foundation of computer networking.

This course is designed to help you prepare for Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Exam: 98-366 - Networking Fundamentals.

Course Outline

Networking concepts in an internetworked environment ranging from Key networking concepts such as local and wide area networking, from LANs, WANs, VLANs, extranets, and the internet the OSI model, basic internet protocols, and IP addressing (IPv4, IPv6) .

Physical networking hardware such as routers, switches, and different media types TCP/IP, DNS, and important tools to diagnose Internet connectivity.