CompTIA A+, N+ Training in Chennai

CompTIA A+, N+ certification also qualifies you to work in big MNCs such as Dell and HP. Softlogic IT Training Company in Chennai gives training that equips you to write the A+ and N+ exams.

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CompTIA A+, N+ Training in Chennai

Network+ (Network Plus) is a mid-level certification for network technicians. This certification is designed to test the competency of a mid-level network technician in supporting and configuring TCP/IP clients in terms of network design, cabling, hardware setup, configuration, installation, support, and troubleshooting.

The Network+ certification is sponsored by CompTIA, which is the Computing Technology Industry Association (formerly ABCD: The Microcomputer Industry Association).

The Network+ exam contains situational, traditional, and identification types of questions. The Network+ exam is open to anybody, although it is designed to be taken by those with at least 18 months of on-the-job experience as a network technician, as well as the A+ certification or equivalent knowledge.

Softlogic offers the best Comptia N+ Networking training in Chennai which is completely Job oriented and enables the person an Industry Ready Infrastructure Management Professional. The syllabus is approved by top IT companies and it is periodically updated.

Softlogic provides Comptia N+ Networking training with a complete package of aptitude training, soft skills training, interview skills training, attitudinal training, placement grooming and real time Internship only with the intention of getting the students placed on successful completion of the course. In this regard, our Placement Cell gives opportunity to every fellow student in terms of on campus drives and off campus drives in relevant software field thereby helping students to get a Career out of this Training. Softlogic commits to walk with you until your GOAL is reached.

The A+ course in hardware and networking is usually done to get the CompTIA. A+ certification. The A+ course includes subjects such as installation and configuration of a PC, basics of networking, network connectivity, and e-mail. The student also learns to work with mobile devices and install operating systems such as Android and Apple iOS.

The A+ certification is a vendor neutral certification. Any person who gets that certification qualifies themselves to work as a service technician. The two exams to get the CompTIA A+ certifications are CompTIA A+ 220-801, and CompTIA A+ 220-802.

For more details about server support hardware, you can join a course at Softlogic IT Employment Training Company. Softlogic guides students to get a CompTIA A+, N+ certification in hardware.

Course Syllabus and Free Demo Class

The specialty of this packaged employment training Comptia A+, N+ PC Hardware Engineer certified program is in addition to the technical skills and Real Time Internship, one will get aptitude skills + soft skills + Interview skills + corporate attitude absolutely free of cost.

A+ and N+ Training Course Fee and Duration

The fees is moderate and can be paid in two installments. If the A+ & N+ course schedule doesn’t match your requirements, you can talk with our educational counsellors.

Duration
Hours
Training Mode

Regular Track

45 – 60 Days

2 hours a day

Live Classroom

Weekend Track

8 Weekends

3 hours a day

Live Classroom

Fast Track

5 Days

6+ hours a day

Live Classroom

This is an approximate course fee and duration for A+ & N+ Training. Please contact our team for current A+ & N+ Training course fee and duration.

A+, N+ Training Course Syllabus

A+ Course Content

Introduction to Computers

  • A Brief History of Computers
  • Desktop Computer System Components and Their Functions
  • Software and Firmware
  • Numbering Systems

Setting Up a Personal Computer

  • Install Video Output Devices
  • Install PS/2 Devices
  • Install Parallel Devices
  • Install Serial Devices
  • Install Game and Sound Devices
  • Install USB Devices
  • Install FireWire Devices
  • Connect Wireless Devices

Installing or Removing Internal Hardware

  • Establish an ESD
  • free Work Area
  • Install or Remove Adapter Cards
  • Install a Network Adapter and Cable
  • Install or Remove IDE Drives
  • Install or Remove Internal SCSI Drives
  • Install External SCSI Devices
  • RAID

Upgrading System Components

  • Add Memory
  • Upgrade the CPU
  • Add a CPU
  • Upgrade the System BIOS
  • Upgrade the Power Supply
  • Upgrade the System Board
  • Decide When to Upgrade

Supporting Portable Computing Devices

  • Connect External Peripherals to a Portable Computer
  • Install or Remove Portable Computing Device Drives
  • Install or Remove PCMCIA Cards
  • Install or Remove Mini-PCI Cards
  • Install or Add Memory to a Portable Computing Device
  • Connect PDAs to Computers

Performing Preventative Maintenance

  • Hard Disk Maintenance
  • Perform Printer Maintenance
  • Use a UPS
  • Clean Peripheral Components
  • Clean Internal System Components
  • Dispose of Computer Equipment

Troubleshooting Device Problems

  • Correct Monitor Problems
  • Correct Input Device Problems
  • Correct Adapter Card and PC Card Problems
  • Correct Hard Drive Problems
  • Correct Internal Removable Media Drive Problems
  • Correct CD or DVD Drive Problems
  • Correct Printer Problems

Troubleshooting System Problems

  • Correct Network Connection Problems
  • Correct Modem Problems
  • Correct Power Problems
  • Correct Boot Problems
  • Correct Memory Problems
  • Correct System Board Problems
  • Correct Portable System Problems
  • Diagnose System Problems

N+ Training Course Content

Basic Network Theory

  • Network Definitions
  • Network Models
  • Connectivity
  • Network Addressing
  • Signaling Concepts

Network Connectivity

  • The Data Package
  • Establishing a Connection
  • Reliable Delivery
  • Network Connectivity
  • Noise Control
  • Building Codes
  • Connection Devices

Advanced Network Theory

  • The OSI Model
  • Ethernet
  • Network Resources
  • Token Ring/IEEE 802.5
  • FDDI
  • Wireless Networking

Common Network Protocols

  • Families of Protocols
  • NetBEUI
  • Bridges and Switches
  • The TCP/IP Protocol
  • Building a TCP/IP Network
  • The TCP/IP Suite

TCP/IP Services

  • Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
  • DNS Name Resolution
  • NetBIOS Support
  • SNMP
  • TCP/IP Utilities
  • Upper Layer Services: FTP

Alternate Network Protocols

  • Introduction to IPX/SPX
  • AppleTalk
  • Introduction to Apple Open Transport
  • Introduction to IPv6

Network LAN Infrastructure

    Implement LAN Protocols on a Network

  • IP Routing
  • IP Routing Tables
  • Router Discovery Protocols
  • Data Movement in a Routed Network
  • Virtual LANs (VLANs)

Network WAN Infrastructure

  • The WAN Environment
  • WAN Transmission Technologies
  • WAN Connectivity Devices
  • Voice Over Data Services

Remote Networking

  • Remote Networking
  • Remote Access Protocols
  • VPN Technologies

Network Security

  • Introduction to Network Security
  • Virus Protection
  • Local Security
  • Network Access
  • Internet Security

Disaster Recovery

  • The Need for Disaster Recovery
  • Disaster Recovery Plan
  • Data Backups
  • Fault Tolerance