System Administration In Networking
BY: PAGE ADMIN UNDER Professional courses 1 January 2017
About the Course
This course serves as a general introduction for students to acquire a foundation in current network technologies for local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs) and the Internet.
The course provides an introduction to the hardware, software, terminology, components, design, and connections of a network, as well as the topologies and protocols for LANs. It covers LAN-user concepts and the basic functions of system administration and operation.
Why choose this course
This is one of the basic courses while understanding computer network. After successful completion of the course you will acquire skills from transmission media to network protocols. You can immediately start your career as a computer network trainee, later on you can become network engineer.
Benefit of studying this course
The skills that students learn when they take network training courses can help them pursue a number of different jobs, including computer support specialist. This position entails troubleshooting an organization's Internet systems, wide area networks and local area networks; evaluating network systems on the market and ensuring that systems are well-maintained.
Our system administration in networking graduates may also have skills associated with a career in network and computer systems administration. These admins use the technology skills taught in class to research products and choose the best computer network systems for an organization, set up security permissions so users can get into a company's network, monitor a network to determine whether or not it's running efficiently and solve problems with a network as they arise.
- Introduction to Computer Networks
- Transmission Media
- Ethernet and other Network Architecture
- Network protocols
- IP addressing
- OSI Model
- Internetworking Devices
- Installing a wired and wireless Network
- Internet connection and sharing
- Trouble shooting Network problems
Exam and certifications
All modules are assessed by both examination and coursework assignments.