Hardware And Networking Courses

 
   
  • Computer Hardware
  • Windows Networking(MCSE)
  • Linux Administration (RHCE)
  • CCNA/CCNP

HARDWARE

  • Unit: 1 Introduction of Computer, Generation Of Computer, Type Of Computer, I/O Devices
  • Unit: 2 Introductions Of O.S., Type Of O.S., Task Of O.S. Memory, DOS.
  • Unit: 3 PC Memory Architecture, Introduction Of R am, Types Of R am, R om, Cash Memory, Disk System Architecture, Secondary Storage, Hard Disk.
  • Unit: 4 Hardware Component - Tools For Hardware, Mother Board, Processor, Power Supply, I de Connector, Physical And Logical Ports.
  • Unit: 5 Assembling (Lab) ,How To Assemble A Computer With Lab.
  • Unit: 6 Bios, Fdisk, Formatting, DM Tools.
  • Unit: 7 Installations (Lab) ,Window Xp Or 2000, Linux, Dual-Booting, Add & Remove Software.
  • Unit: 8 Driver Installation, Modem, Printer, Scanner Configuration (Lab).
  • Unit: 9 Printer, Type of Printer, Component Of Printer, Installation of Printer.
  • Unit:10 Basic of Network, LAN, WAN, Topologies, Cabling, Connection between two computers.
  • Unit:11 Ghost
  • Unit:12 Trouble Shooting:- Find Data From Corrupt O.S. ,How To Repair An O.S., How To Check Hardware Fault, Internet Connection.

Windows Networking

  • Networking Basics
  • OSI Model
  • TCP/IP Model
  • Installation Of Window 2003
  • Cabling
  • IP Addressing
  • Active Directory Installation
  • DNS, DHCP, IIS Server
  • Disk Management, Static and Dynamic Disk (Mirror and Raid)
  • Remote Desktop
  • Printer Shearing

  • MCSE
  • One client operation system exam
  • Installing, configuring, and administering Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional (70-210)
  • Installing, configuring, and administering Microsoft Windows XP Professional (70-270)
  • Four networking operating system exams
  • Managing and maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Environment (70-290)
  • Implementing, Managing and maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure (70-291)
  • Planning and maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure (70-293)
  • Planning, implementing and maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Active Directory Infrastructure (70-294)
  • One design exam
  • Designing a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Active Directory and Network Infrastructure (70-297)
  • Designing security for a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network 2000 Server Technologies (70-298)
  • One elective
  • Implementing and supporting Microsoft System Management Server 2.0 (70-086)
  • Installing, configuring and administering Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration (IAS) Server 2000, Enterprise Edition (70-227)
  • Installing, configuring and administering Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Enterprise Edition (70-228)
  • Designing and implementing Database with Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Enterprise Edition (70-229)
  • The design exam not taken as a requirement

Linux Administration

  • Introduction to Linux
  • Introduction Quick tour
  • File and shell basics
  • Users and groups
  • File access permission
  • The Linux file system
  • String processing
  • Standard I/O and pipes
  • Introduction to processes
  • The bash shell X/GNOME/KDE
  • Printing and mailing
  • Basic networking
  • viEditor
  • Sed, awk, peri
  • system tools
  • Installation

System Administration

  • Hardware device configuration and installation
  • Linux file systems
  • System installation and services
  • User administration
  • Network configuration
  • Sys Admin Tools
  • Alternate installation methods
  • Kernel services & Recompilation & software raid
  • The X -window system
  • Troubleshooting

Networking & Security Administration

  • Domain name services with BIND 8
  • SAMBA
  • Network information service ( NIS )
  • Mail Delivery with sendmail
  • Apache: Serving the world wide web
  • NFS, ftpd, DHCP and pppd
  • Introduction to security
  • Local user security
  • Files / file system security
  • Password security and encrypted communications
  • Process security / system monitoring
  • Service-based security and firewalls
  • Security tools.

CCNA

Network Protocol

  • TCP/IP
  • NET BEIU

TCP /IP Concept I:

  • IP addressing
  • Network masking
  • Variable length subnet masking (VLSM)
  • Sub-netting
  • Super-netting
  • CIDR

Network Model:

  • OSI
  • DOD

Cisco Internet Operating System (IOS) Fundamental

  • IOS concept
  • IOS version
  • Understanding configuration register
  • Managing IOS image
  • Upgrading IOS
  • Password recovery
  • Router hardware detail
  • CDP and telnet

Routing:

  • Routing fundamentals
  • Configuration of RIP IGRP, EIGRP, OSPF
  • Routing loops and avoidance mechanism (split horizon, reverse poising & hold down timer, triggered updates)
  • passive interface
  • Backup interface
  • Load Balancing,
  • Single and multiple area OSPF,
  • DR/BDR election,
  • redistribution between routing protocol debugging.

WAN protocol design

  • PPP, HDLC
  • ISDN with backup configurations
  • Frame-Relay, Frame relay exchange
  • Configuration & Implementations
  • Frame relay point-to-point and multipoint

Bridging & Switching

  • Ethernet,
  • Bridging
  • Switching
  • Spanning tree protocol (STP)
  • RSTP VLAN Configuration to multiple switches
  • Inter VLAN routing
  • ISL and Dot Iq encapsulations

Managing traffic with access list

  • Traffic filtering using standard and extended access control list
  • Named access-list

Network address translation

  • Static Address network
  • Translation (NAT) Port Network Address

Translation (PAT) Troubleshooting