This Computer Based Training provides you with the fundamental knowledge to
select, configure and implement LANs. Local Area Networks are an
essential part of networking in companies today. What are the
characteristics of LANs? What kind of hardware and software is
needed? What benefits are derived from a LAN? How do server-based
LANs and peer-to-peer LANs differ? This training courseware gives
you answers to these questions and many more. You will learn
about topologies, transmission media, OSI model and IEEE
specifications and resource sharing.
This interactive, self paced computer based training
courseware features electronic bookmark, progress report, review
quizzes with personalized feedback and assessment software. The
assessment software lets you determine how well you have learned
the topics covered. The assessment software randomly generates
questions providing a different test each time it is used.
Perfect for pretest and post test. This
CBT was authored by Gary Audin, one of the world's leading
Objectives: You Will Learn How To:
Understand basic LAN terminology, technology, protocols
Choose between server and peer LANs.
Configure LANs for your applications.
Select appropriate wiring and cables.
Depict the fundamental hardware and software components
necessary to adapt the PC to the network environment.
Compare Ethernet and Token Ring.
Compare 10Base-T, 100BaseX and 100BaseVG.
Differentiate between FDDI and Fast Ethernet.
Identify the differences between bus, tree, token ring and
Understand the characteristics of CSMA/CD and token ring
Identify the role of each layer in the seven layer OSI model
and list the IEEE 802.X specifications.