Although there is plenty of material available concerning the Network+ exam, studying only CompTIA official resources can help candidates secure an elite score with less effort. In addition, only official CompTIA material meets top quality standards and can carry the CompTIA Authorized Quality Curriculum (CAQC) seal.
CompTIA Network+-authorized training material includes e-learning, videos, practice tests, books and e-books. This material is created by CompTIA’s training partners and reviewed by leading industry experts to make sure that it meets CompTIA quality standards and requirements. As there is a wide array of materials available, selecting the ones that are right for your preferred method of studying may be difficult.
The following sections will take an in-depth look at the variety and types of CompTIA Network+ study resources.
Official CompTIA Study Guide for Network+
The Official CompTIA Study Guide for Network+ easily adjusts to students’ learning needs and covers the Network+ N10-007 exam content thoroughly. The book also incorporates review questions at the end of each chapter and a comprehensive glossary. After reading this book, the students will be able to:
- Monitor, manage and troubleshoot networks
- Deploy and configure network cables and devices
- Identify threats to network security and suitable controls and countermeasures
- Comprehend the features and functions of TCP/IP protocols
- Understand the features of disparate network products and protocols for LAN, WAN, and wireless networks
Students can buy this book from CompTIA Store.
CompTIA Network+ Study Guide: Exam N10-007
The CompTIA Network+ Study Guide: Exam N10-007 covers all Network+ N10-007 exam objects thoroughly. Main topics include network security, network topologies and media, network installation and configuration and much more. It also encompasses practical examples of review questions and real-world examples, as well as flashcards and practice exams to reinforce experience. This book is authorized courseware authored by Todd Lammle.
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