CompTIA Network+ Training

The CompTIA Network+ certification validates your knowledge and skills of installing, managing, and troubleshooting networks on various platforms. This course is composed to help you learn all the required objectives to gain the CompTIA Network+ certification. You will learn the latest networking technologies available, various networks and networking protocols, identify VPN and VLAN features, DNS concepts, and implement wireless networks. You can join this CompTIA Network+ course in Qatar from Trainstem.

Course Content

  • Network basics
    • Network concepts
    • Network architectures
    • The OSI model
  • Wired computer-to-computer connections
    • Wired network connections
    • Network interface cards and modems
  • Network-to-network connections
    • Network-to-network connection components
    • LAN wiring
    • LAN wiring tests
  • Wired internetworking devices
    • Basic internetworking devices
    • Specialized internetworking devices
  • Wired communication standards
    • The TCP/IP protocol suite
    • TCP/IP
    • DHCP servers
  • Wireless networking
    • Wireless network devices
    • Wireless networking standards
    • Wireless configuration
  • Security threats and mitigation
    • Security threats
    • Threat mitigation
  • Security practices
    • Operating systems
    • Devices
  • Network access control
    • Authentication
    • Public key cryptography
    • Remote access
    • Wireless security
  • Monitoring
    • Monitoring resources
    • Event Viewer
  • Troubleshooting
    • Troubleshooting basics
    • Troubleshooting the network
    • Troubleshooting scenarios

Target Audience

  • Anyone who wishes to enhance their knowledge and understanding of networking concepts.
  • Professionals looking forward to acquiring job skills in the network support and administration.
  • Students who are willing to start their career in cybersecurity.


  • Basic knowledge of PC operation and architecture, such as the topics covered on the CompTIA A+ certification exam.
  • Knowledge of the fundamentals of networking technology.
  • Experience using one or more of the major commercial operating systems, such as Microsoft Windows, Novell NetWare, or one of the UNIX/Linux variants.
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