INTERNET AND NETWORK TECHNOLOGY – ONLINE TRAINING

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INTERNET AND NETWORK TECHNOLOGY – ONLINE TRAINING

online network technology trainingEarn a Diploma from a New York State Licensed and US Accredited school.

Duration: 171 Hours     Cost: $6,000.00 USD     REGISTER NOW!

Prerequisites: HS Diploma/GED, basic PC skills and familiarity with the Internet

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Our online Internet and network technology training program prepares the student for job readiness in many business and technology-related careers. Understanding the fundamentals of networking, Internet protocols and LAN and WAN security is important for all professionals who use the Internet.

A computer or data network is a telecommunications network which allows computers to exchange data. In computer networks, networked computing devices exchange data with each other along network links (data connections). The connections between nodes are established using either cable media or wireless media. The best-known computer network is the InternetRead more from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Occupational Objective: Network Technology Associate

Program: 171 clock hours

Course Listing for the Online Network Technology Training Program

INT101IL          04 Hrs      SOCIAL NETWORKING FOR USERS

COM214IL       40 Hrs      COMPTIA NETWORK+ 2014

COM331IL       32 Hrs      COMPTIA SECURITY+ SY0-401

INT-X-IL – THE INTERNET PROTOCOL [59 HRS]

  • INT201IL          06 Hrs       TCP/IP: Mobile IP and IP Mobility
  • INT211IL          05 Hrs       TCP/IP: Protocols for Securing Web Transactions
  • INT221IL          05 Hrs       TCP/IP: Network Management Protocols
  • INT231IL          07 Hrs       IPv6 and Future Applications
  • INT301IL          11 Hrs       Lightweight Directory Access Protocol
  • INT311IL          14 Hrs       Advanced Wireless Technologies
  • INT241IL          11 Hrs       Introduction to Voiceover IP

COM333IL       36 Hrs      CLOUD+ CV0-001

Description of Courses

INT101IL – Social Networking for Users
Prerequisite: None
This course will focus on using social networking services in a business context, and will include a discussion on the services available, instruction on using services in a professional manner, and a discussion of potential issues arising from social networking usage in the workplace.


COM214IL – CompTIA Network+ 2014
Prerequisite: None
Students learn network fundamentals, network components, devices and protocols. They also study wide area and wireless networks, network addressing, routing, monitoring, troubleshooting, and security.


COM331IL – CompTIA Security+ SYO-401
Prerequisite: COM214IL – CompTIA Network+ 2014
Students acquire the knowledge and skills required to identify risk, to participate in risk mitigation activities, and to provide infrastructure, application, information, and operational security. In addition, the successful candidate will apply security controls to maintain confidentiality, integrity, and availability, identify appropriate technologies and products, troubleshoot security events and incidents, and operate with an awareness of applicable policies, laws, and regulations.


INT-X-IL – THE INTERNET PROTOCOL [59 HRS]

INT201IL – TCP/IP: Mobile IP and IP Mobility
Prerequisite: INT101IL – Social Networking for Users
Students learn to identify the critical components of Mobile IP and recognize how the protocol operates. They also learn to differentiate between macromobility and micromobility protocols and between various micromobility protocols such as HAWAII and cellular IP.

INT211IL – TCP/IP: Protocols for Securing Web
Prerequisite: INT201IL – TCP/IP: Mobile IP and IP Mobility
This course teaches the student to identify the main components of Internet commerce payment systems and to recognize new and recently outdated payment trends.

INT221IL – TCP/IP: Network Management Protocols
Prerequisite: INT211IL – TCP/IP: Protocols for Securing Web
This course will focus on identifying the methods by which data is collected and distributed for network management and the form that those messages take.

INT231IL – IPv6 and Future Applications
Prerequisite: INT211IL – TCP/IP: Protocols for Securing Web
This course introduces IPv6, explain its features, and discuss how it can be implemented.

INT301IL – Lightweight Directory Access Protocol
Prerequisite: INT211IL – TCP/IP: Protocols for Securing Web
This course introduces LDAP and directory services and outlines the maintenance practices of LDAP.

INT311IL – Advanced Wireless Technology
Prerequisite: INT201IL – TCP/IP: Mobile IP and IP Mobility
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to describe B3G technologies, explain the elements of 4G communication systems, outline 4G wireless networks and applications, and explain non-cellular wireless technology.

INT241IL – Introduction to Voiceover IP
Prerequisite: INT211IL – TCP/IP: Protocols for Securing Web
This course covers the history and operation of the PSTN and VoIP, and compares the two technologies. Basic signaling technologies used in the PSTN are also described. In addition, this course explores the expansion of VoIP in both the immediate future and in the coming years. Along with a review of the TCP/IP protocol and basic routing, this course also covers such VoIP elements as analog and digital interfaces; numbering and dial plans; gateways and gatekeepers; and the various protocols used in VoIP operation. In addition, this course describes some of the major quality issues, such as delay and jitter, as well as security issues like confidentiality and spoofing, and discusses ways in which to address these concerns.


COM333IL – Cloud+ CV0-001
Prerequisite: COM214IL – CompTIA Network+ 2014
This course covers the skills required for implementing and maintaining secure cloud environments.