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Mike Meyers' Network+ Guide to Managing and Troubleshooting Networks Lab Manual (Mike Meyer's Guides)by Michael Meyers
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This guide prepares readers for the real world by applying networking concepts to solve real networking problems. Contains step-by-step, not click by click, lab scenarios that require students to think critically.
Get Hands-on Practice for the Network+ Exam
Prepare for the Network+ Certification exam by working on real-world projects. This lab manual is packed with 40+ hands-on exercises focusing on networking concepts, along with step-by-step instructions. Inside, you'll find practical advice and detailed guidelines for working with major networking components, protocols, and connections. Challenging practice questions confirm what you've learned.
The practice labs cover all the material found on the Network+ exam, including how to: Design a network using the OSI Establish network connectivity Design an Ethernet Collision Domain Understand Token Ring networks Install an Ethernet NIC Plan an installation of a physical network and pull cabling Add the NetBEUI protocol Set the IPX/SPX frame type Configure TCP/IP Analyze the Microsoft Windows Network Operating Systems, Novell NetWare, and Linux
About the Author
Michael Meyers, MCSE, MCP, A+, MCP, Network+ (Houston, TX), is one of the industry's leading authorities on A+ certification. He is the president and founder and Total Seminars, LLC, a major provider of PC and network repair seminars for thousands of organizations including IBM, Lucent Technologies, GE, the FBI, the FAA and the United Nations. Mike is the best-selling author of the A+ Certification All-in-One Exam Guide, which has sold over 500,000 copies in five editions.
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