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Exam 98-366: MTA Networking Fundamentals

Exam 98-366: MTA Networking Fundamentals

Microsoft Official Academic Course

ISBN: 978-0-470-90183-0

Feb 2011

212 pages

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Students who are beginning studies in technology need a strong foundation in the basics before moving on to more advanced technology courses and certification programs.   The Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) is a new and innovative certification track designed to provide a pathway for future success in technology courses and careers. The MTA program curriculum helps instructors teach and validate fundamental technology concepts and provides students with a foundation for their careers as well as the confidence they need to succeed in advanced studies. Through the use of MOAC MTA titles you can help ensure your students future success in and out of the classroom.  This text covers the fundamentals of local area networking,  defining networks with the OSI Model and understanding wired and wireless networks.  In addition it includes understanding Internet Protocol, implementing TCP/IP and working with networking services. Your students will better understand wide area networks along with defining network infrastructures and network security.

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1 Understanding Local Area Networking 1

2 Defining Networks with the OSI Model 30

3 Understanding Wired and Wireless Networks 50

4 Understanding Internet Protocol 68

5 Implementing TCP/IP in the Command Line 98

6 Working with Networking Services 128

7 Understanding Wide Area Networks 146

8 Defining Network Infrastructures and Network Security 164

Index 183