Basic Network Support Certification

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VSkills Basic Network Support Professional Certification holders have more than a working familiarity with networks, switches—they are technically skilled to take advantage of the breadth of features efficiently and effectively.

Network support consists of day-to-day support of computer network and networking devices like hub, switches, etc. Certification covers basics of a computer network, networking media (wired and wireless), networking devices and configuration, management and troubleshooting of switches.
It is in great demand in IT infrastructure companies, data centers, MNCs, Corporates and Government organizations.
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Basic Network Support Certification

  1. 1. Certified Basic Network Support Professional VS-1034
  2. 2. Certified Basic Network Support Professional www.vskills.in Certified Basic Network SupportCertified Basic Network SupportCertified Basic Network SupportCertified Basic Network Support ProfessionalProfessionalProfessionalProfessional Certification CodeCertification CodeCertification CodeCertification Code VS-1034 Basic Network Support ProfessionalBasic Network Support ProfessionalBasic Network Support ProfessionalBasic Network Support Professional helps demonstrate an individual's overall comprehension and expertise of supporting small and medium computer network. VSkills Basic Network Support Professional Certification holders have more than a working familiarity with networks, switches—they are technically skilled to take advantage of the breadth of features efficiently and effectively. Network support consists of day-to-day support of computer network and networking devices like hub, switches, etc. Certification covers basics of a computer network, networking media (wired and wireless), networking devices and configuration, management and troubleshooting of switches. It is in great demand in IT infrastructure companies, data centers, MNCs, Corporates and Government organizations. Why should one take this certification?Why should one take this certification?Why should one take this certification?Why should one take this certification? This Course is intended for professionals and graduates wanting to excel in their chosen areas. It is also well suited for those who are already working and would like to take certification for further career progression. Earning VSkills Basic Network Support Professional Certification can help candidate differentiate in today's competitive job market, broaden their employment opportunities by displaying their advanced skills, and result in higher earning potential. VSkills Basic Network Support Professional Certification can also lead to increased job satisfaction. Certified individuals have increased competence, productivity, and credibility with their employers, co-workers, and clients. For employers, the certification provides skill-verification tools that not only help assess a person's skills in basic network support but also the ability to quickly complete on-the-job tasks across multiple programs. Who will benefit from taking this certification?Who will benefit from taking this certification?Who will benefit from taking this certification?Who will benefit from taking this certification? The certification benefits hardware engineers and professionals, networking engineers and professionals and students who want to present themselves as truly knowledgeable and differentiate themselves in a competitive job market. It also helps hiring managers make job placement decisions. Managers who hire candidates with a VSkills Basic Network Support Professional Certification are helping minimize training costs.
  3. 3. Certified Basic Network Support Professional www.vskills.in Test Details:Test Details:Test Details:Test Details: • Duration:Duration:Duration:Duration: 60 minutes • No. of questions:No. of questions:No. of questions:No. of questions: 50 • Maximum marks:Maximum marks:Maximum marks:Maximum marks: 50, Passing marks: 25 (50%); There is no negative marking in this module. Fee Structure:Fee Structure:Fee Structure:Fee Structure: Rs. 4,000/- (Includes all taxes) Companies that hireCompanies that hireCompanies that hireCompanies that hire VskillsVskillsVskillsVskills CertifiedCertifiedCertifiedCertified Basic NetworBasic NetworBasic NetworBasic Network Support Professionalk Support Professionalk Support Professionalk Support Professional Basic Network Support Professionals are in great demand. There are a lot of boutique niche companies, specializing in Integration Services, who are constantly hiring knowledgeable professionals. International job consultants also are constantly looking for Basic Network Support Professional for overseas jobs. The skill is also greatly in demand in government projects and companies.
  4. 4. Certified Basic Network Support Professional www.vskills.in Table of Content 1111 Introduction to Networking ConceptsIntroduction to Networking ConceptsIntroduction to Networking ConceptsIntroduction to Networking Concepts 1.1 What is Networking 1.2 Advantages & Disadvantages 1.3 Network Characteristics 1.4 Network Models (Peer-to-Peer and Client-and-Server) 1.5 Network Types (LAN,WAN,MAN,PAN) 1.6 Network Topologies (Bus, Star, Ring) 1.7 Internet connection (DSL, Cable, Serial Link) 1.8 Network Media 2222 Networking ModelsNetworking ModelsNetworking ModelsNetworking Models 2.1 History 2.2 Layered Network Model 2.3 Layering Concepts and Benefits 2.4 TCP/IP Protocol Architecture 2.5 RFC 2.6 Application, Transport, Internet and Network Access Layer 2.7 Devices at different layers 2.8 Data Encapsulation 2.9 The OSI Reference Model 2.10 OSI Layers and Their Functions 2.11 Comparing OSI and TCP/IP 3333 LANLANLANLAN 3.1 Ethernet History 3.2 Ethernet Types (10/100/1000 Base T,TX, SX/LX) 3.3 10BASE2 and 10BASE5 3.4 Repeaters 3.5 10BASE-T with Hubs 3.6 UTP Cabling, UTP Cables and RJ-45 Connectors 3.7 UTP Cabling Pin-outs 3.8 CSMA/CD 3.9 Using Switches and Their Advantages 3.10 Ethernet Data-Link Protocols and Frame 3.11 Wiring Ethernet Cables 3.12 Ethernet Addressing, Framing and Error Detection 3.13 LAN Types (Ethernet, Token Ring, FDDI) 4444 WANWANWANWAN 4.1 WAN Basics (DCE,DTE, CSU/DSU, CPE, Demarc, DS0) 4.2 WAN Technologies (Leased Lines, Circuit & Packet Switching & Cell Relay) 4.3 HDLC (High Level Data link Control) 4.4 PPP (Point-to-Point Protocol) 4.5 Frame Relay
  5. 5. Certified Basic Network Support Professional www.vskills.in 4.6 ATM (Asynchronous Transfer Mode) 4.7 WAN Cabling Standards 4.8 Clock Rates, Synchronization, DCE, and DTE 4.9 OSI Layer for Point-to-Point WANs 5555 Internet ProtocolInternet ProtocolInternet ProtocolInternet Protocol 5.1 Network Layer Functions 5.2 IP Packets 5.3 IP Routing 5.4 Routing Protocols 5.5 IP Addressing 5.6 A, B, and C Classes of Networks 5.7 IP Subnetting 5.8 Host & Router Routing 5.9 ARP, DNS, DHCP & Ping 6666 TCP/IP Transport LayerTCP/IP Transport LayerTCP/IP Transport LayerTCP/IP Transport Layer 6.1 Transport Layer Protocols: TCP and UDP 6.2 Transmission Control Protocol 6.3 Ports & Their Multiplexing 6.4 TCP Error Recovery, Flow Control and Data Segmentation 6.5 TCP Connection Establish and Terminate 6.6 UDP (User Datagram Protocol) 7777 ApplicationsApplicationsApplicationsApplications 7.1 TCP/IP Applications, QoS Needs and Impact 7.2 The World Wide Web 7.3 HTTP (Hyper Text Transfer Protocol), HTTPS & SSL 7.4 Universal Resource Locators 7.5 FTP (File Transfer Protocol), Secured FTP 7.6 SMTP, POP3 & IMAP 7.7 Telnet 8888 Network SecurityNetwork SecurityNetwork SecurityNetwork Security 8.1 Sources and Types of Threats 8.2 Firewalls 8.3 Intrusion Detection and Prevention 8.4 Virtual Private Networks (VPN) 9999 LAN SwitchingLAN SwitchingLAN SwitchingLAN Switching 9.1 Ethernet LAN Media and Cable Lengths 9.2 Hubs, Bridges, and Switches 9.3 Forward and Filter Decision Switching 9.4 Learning MAC Addresses & Frames Flooding 9.5 Spanning Tree Protocol 9.6 Collision Domains and Broadcast Domains
  6. 6. Certified Basic Network Support Professional www.vskills.in 9.7 Virtual LANs (VLAN) 10101010 LAN SwitchesLAN SwitchesLAN SwitchesLAN Switches 10.1 Switches and LED Switch Status 10.2 Accessing the CLI & Password Security 10.3 User and Enable Modes 10.4 The debug and show Commands 10.5 Configuration Sub-modes and Contexts 10.6 Storing, Copying and Erasing Switch Configuration Files 10.7 Initial Configuration 11111111 Ethernet Switch ConfEthernet Switch ConfEthernet Switch ConfEthernet Switch Configurationigurationigurationiguration 11.1 Securing CLI 11.2 Console and vty Settings 11.3 logging synchronous and exec-timeout Commands 11.4 IP Address & Interfaces Configuring 11.5 Port Security 11.6 VLAN Configuration 11.7 Securing Unused Interfaces 12121212 Switch TroubleshootingSwitch TroubleshootingSwitch TroubleshootingSwitch Troubleshooting 12.1 Cisco Discovery Protocol 12.2 Layer and Interface Status 12.3 Interface Speed and Duplex Issues 12.4 Analyzing the Forwarding Path 12.5 Port Security and Filtering 13131313 Wireless LANsWireless LANsWireless LANsWireless LANs 13.1 Wireless LAN Basics 13.2 Wireless LAN Standards & Modes 13.3 Wireless Encoding and Nonoverlapping DSSS Channels 13.4 Wireless Interference, Coverage Area, Speed, and Capacity 13.5 Wireless Media Access (Layer 2) 13.6 Wireless LAN Security (WEP, WPA, IEEE 802.11i, WPA-2 SSID Cloaking and MAC Filtering) 14141414 Operating RoutersOperating RoutersOperating RoutersOperating Routers 14.1 Installing Routers & Router Interfaces 14.2 Router CLI & Difference with the Switch CLI 14.3 Interface Status Codes and IP Addresses 14.4 Bandwidth and Clock Rate on Serial Interfaces 14.5 Router Auxiliary (Aux) Port 14.6 Setup Mode, Upgrading and boot process of the IOS 14.7 Configuring the configuration register and the show version command
  7. 7. Certified Basic Network Support Professional www.vskills.in 15151515 Routing Protocol Concepts and ConfigurationRouting Protocol Concepts and ConfigurationRouting Protocol Concepts and ConfigurationRouting Protocol Concepts and Configuration 15.1 Connected and Static Routes 15.2 Default Routes and their configuration 15.3 Routing Protocol (IGP & EGP) & algorithms 15.4 Autosummarization and Manual Summarization, Classless and Classful Routing Protocols and Convergence 15.5 Basic concepts, configuring and verifying RIP-2 15.6 Different metrics used and the show ip route command 15.7 Administrative Distance 15.8 Debug command and RIP 16161616 Troubleshooting IP RoTroubleshooting IP RoTroubleshooting IP RoTroubleshooting IP Routingutingutinguting 16.1 IP Addressing issues 16.2 Host networking commands of telnet, tracert, ipconfig, arp,netstat and nslookup 17171717 WAN ConceptsWAN ConceptsWAN ConceptsWAN Concepts 17.1 WAN Technologies (PSTN, DSL & Cable) 17.2 PSTN and analog modems 17.3 Digital Subscriber Line types 17.4 Cable Internet 17.5 Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) 17.6 Packet and circuit switching 17.7 NAT and PAT 18181818 WAN ConfigurationWAN ConfigurationWAN ConfigurationWAN Configuration 18.1 Configuring Point-to-Point WANs, HDLC and PPP 18.2 Internet Access Router: Configuration Steps 18.3 Step & configure IP Connectivity, DHCP and PAT
  8. 8. Certified Basic Network Support Professional www.vskills.in Course OutlineCourse OutlineCourse OutlineCourse Outline 1111 Introduction to Networking ConceptsIntroduction to Networking ConceptsIntroduction to Networking ConceptsIntroduction to Networking Concepts What is Networking Advantages & Disadvantages Network Characteristics Network Models (Peer-to-Peer and Client-and-Server) Network Types (LAN,WAN,MAN,PAN) Network Topologies (Bus, Star, Ring) Internet connection (DSL, Cable, Serial Link) Network Media 2222 Networking ModelsNetworking ModelsNetworking ModelsNetworking Models History Layered Network Model Layering Concepts and Benefits TCP/IP Protocol Architecture RFC Application, Transport, Internet and Network Access Layer Devices at different layers Data Encapsulation The OSI Reference Model OSI Layers and Their Functions Comparing OSI and TCP/IP 3333 LANLANLANLAN Ethernet History Ethernet Types (10/100/1000 Base T,TX, SX/LX) 10BASE2 and 10BASE5 Repeaters 10BASE-T with Hubs UTP Cabling, UTP Cables and RJ-45 Connectors UTP Cabling Pin-outs CSMA/CD Using Switches and Their Advantages Ethernet Data-Link Protocols and Frame Wiring Ethernet Cables Ethernet Addressing, Framing and Error Detection LAN Types (Ethernet, Token Ring, FDDI)
  9. 9. Certified Basic Network Support Professional www.vskills.in 4444 WANWANWANWAN WAN Basics (DCE,DTE, CSU/DSU, CPE, Demarc, DS0) WAN Technologies (Leased Lines, Circuit & Packet Switching & Cell Relay) HDLC (High Level Data link Control) PPP (Point-to-Point Protocol) Frame Relay ATM (Asynchronous Transfer Mode) WAN Cabling Standards Clock Rates, Synchronization, DCE, and DTE OSI Layer for Point-to-Point WANs 5555 Internet ProtocolInternet ProtocolInternet ProtocolInternet Protocol Network Layer Functions IP Packets IP Routing Routing Protocols IP Addressing A, B, and C Classes of Networks IP Subnetting Host & Router Routing ARP, DNS, DHCP & Ping 6666 TCP/IP Transport LayerTCP/IP Transport LayerTCP/IP Transport LayerTCP/IP Transport Layer Transport Layer Protocols: TCP and UDP Transmission Control Protocol Ports & Their Multiplexing TCP Error Recovery, Flow Control and Data Segmentation TCP Connection Establish and Terminate UDP (User Datagram Protocol) 7777 ApplicationsApplicationsApplicationsApplications TCP/IP Applications, QoS Needs and Impact The World Wide Web HTTP (Hyper Text Transfer Protocol), HTTPS & SSL Universal Resource Locators FTP (File Transfer Protocol), Secured FTP SMTP, POP3 & IMAP Telnet
  10. 10. Certified Basic Network Support Professional www.vskills.in 8888 Network SecurityNetwork SecurityNetwork SecurityNetwork Security Sources and Types of Threats Firewalls Intrusion Detection and Prevention Virtual Private Networks (VPN) 9999 LAN SwitchingLAN SwitchingLAN SwitchingLAN Switching Ethernet LAN Media and Cable Lengths Hubs, Bridges, and Switches Forward and Filter Decision Switching Learning MAC Addresses & Frames Flooding Spanning Tree Protocol Collision Domains and Broadcast Domains Virtual LANs (VLAN) 10101010 LAN SwitchesLAN SwitchesLAN SwitchesLAN Switches Switches and LED Switch Status Accessing the CLI & Password Security User and Enable Modes The debug and show Commands Configuration Sub-modes and Contexts Storing, Copying and Erasing Switch Configuration Files Initial Configuration 11111111 Ethernet Switch ConfigurationEthernet Switch ConfigurationEthernet Switch ConfigurationEthernet Switch Configuration Securing CLI Console and vty Settings logging synchronous and exec-timeout Commands IP Address & Interfaces Configuring Port Security VLAN Configuration Securing Unused Interfaces 12121212 Switch TroubleshootingSwitch TroubleshootingSwitch TroubleshootingSwitch Troubleshooting Cisco Discovery Protocol Layer and Interface Status
  11. 11. Certified Basic Network Support Professional www.vskills.in Interface Speed and Duplex Issues Analyzing the Forwarding Path Port Security and Filtering 13131313 WireleWireleWireleWireless LANsss LANsss LANsss LANs Wireless LAN Basics Wireless LAN Standards & Modes Wireless Encoding and Nonoverlapping DSSS Channels Wireless Interference, Coverage Area, Speed, and Capacity Wireless Media Access (Layer 2) Wireless LAN Security (WEP, WPA, IEEE 802.11i, WPA-2 SSID Cloaking and MAC Filtering) 14141414 Operating RoutersOperating RoutersOperating RoutersOperating Routers Installing Routers & Router Interfaces Router CLI & Difference with the Switch CLI Interface Status Codes and IP Addresses Bandwidth and Clock Rate on Serial Interfaces Router Auxiliary (Aux) Port Setup Mode, Upgrading and boot process of the IOS Configuring the configuration register and the show version command 15151515 Routing Protocol Concepts and ConfigurationRouting Protocol Concepts and ConfigurationRouting Protocol Concepts and ConfigurationRouting Protocol Concepts and Configuration Connected and Static Routes Default Routes and their configuration Routing Protocol (IGP & EGP) & algorithms Autosummarization and Manual Summarization, Classless and Classful Routing Protocols and Convergence Basic concepts, configuring and verifying RIP-2 Different metrics used and the show ip route command Administrative Distance Debug command and RIP 16161616 Troubleshooting IP RoutingTroubleshooting IP RoutingTroubleshooting IP RoutingTroubleshooting IP Routing IP Addressing issues Host networking commands of telnet, tracert, ipconfig, arp,netstat and nslookup
  12. 12. Certified Basic Network Support Professional www.vskills.in 17171717 WAN ConceptsWAN ConceptsWAN ConceptsWAN Concepts WAN Technologies (PSTN, DSL & Cable) PSTN and analog modems Digital Subscriber Line types Cable Internet Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) Packet and circuit switching NAT and PAT 18181818 WAN ConfigurationWAN ConfigurationWAN ConfigurationWAN Configuration Configuring Point-to-Point WANs, HDLC and PPP Internet Access Router: Configuration Steps Step & configure IP Connectivity, DHCP and PAT
  13. 13. Certified Basic Network Support Professional www.vskills.in Sample QuestionsSample QuestionsSample QuestionsSample Questions 1. Considering the DTE and DCE in a WAN, does it matter which side supplies1. Considering the DTE and DCE in a WAN, does it matter which side supplies1. Considering the DTE and DCE in a WAN, does it matter which side supplies1. Considering the DTE and DCE in a WAN, does it matter which side supplies the clockrate?the clockrate?the clockrate?the clockrate? A. Yes, the DTE must do so. B. Yes, the DCE must do so. C. No, the clockrate can be configured on either. D. Actually, they both have to supply the clockrate to each other. 2. What default router behavior allows hosts with addresses from the range2. What default router behavior allows hosts with addresses from the range2. What default router behavior allows hosts with addresses from the range2. What default router behavior allows hosts with addresses from the range discussed in the previous to access Internetdiscussed in the previous to access Internetdiscussed in the previous to access Internetdiscussed in the previous to access Internet----based hosts?based hosts?based hosts?based hosts? A. PAT B. NAT C. overloading D. None of the above 3. What command will sh3. What command will sh3. What command will sh3. What command will show you both the DTE/DCE end of the cable connectedow you both the DTE/DCE end of the cable connectedow you both the DTE/DCE end of the cable connectedow you both the DTE/DCE end of the cable connected to a Serial interface and the encapsulation type in use?to a Serial interface and the encapsulation type in use?to a Serial interface and the encapsulation type in use?to a Serial interface and the encapsulation type in use? A. show controller B. show interface C. show version D. show ip route 4. Of physical, multipoint, and point4. Of physical, multipoint, and point4. Of physical, multipoint, and point4. Of physical, multipoint, and point----totototo----point Serial interfaces, which one(s)point Serial interfaces, which one(s)point Serial interfaces, which one(s)point Serial interfaces, which one(s) can usecan usecan usecan use the frame map command once they're enabled with Frame Relay?the frame map command once they're enabled with Frame Relay?the frame map command once they're enabled with Frame Relay?the frame map command once they're enabled with Frame Relay? A. show ipx servers B. show ipx hosts C. show ipx sap D. show ipx nodes. 5. What will happen if you configure the clockrate command on a DTE?5. What will happen if you configure the clockrate command on a DTE?5. What will happen if you configure the clockrate command on a DTE?5. What will happen if you configure the clockrate command on a DTE? A. The line protocol goes down B. The physical interface goes down C. An error message is generated D. Nothing - that's where it should be. Answers:Answers:Answers:Answers: 1. (B) 2. (D) 3. (B) 4. (D) 5. (C)1. (B) 2. (D) 3. (B) 4. (D) 5. (C)1. (B) 2. (D) 3. (B) 4. (D) 5. (C)1. (B) 2. (D) 3. (B) 4. (D) 5. (C)

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