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Microsoft MTA 98-366

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The Microsoft MTA 98-366 Course – Networking Fundamentals course takes students through the core networking concepts and provides the knowledge to pass the MTA 98-366 exam. The Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) is Microsoft’s newest suite of technology certification exams that validate fundamental knowledge needed to begin building a career using Microsoft technologies.

This program provides an appropriate entry point to a future career in technology and assumes some hands-on experience or training but does not assume on-the-job experience. The course focuses on Microsoft Network Fundamentals, which will provide you with the knowledge to pass the MTA 98-366 exam offered by Microsoft.

What you will learn:

This course includes 6 hours of training and 45 videos.  For those who are considering entering into an IT career and need to learn the basics; gaining MTA certification can be highly beneficial. Students completing this course will gain the knowledge and skills to create a network diagram and explain basic networking concepts. The purpose of this course is to assess your knowledge of switches, routers, OSI models, wide area (WAN) and local area networks (LAN), wireless networking, and IP addressing.

Course Outline

Module 1 Understanding Local Area Networking
  •  Module 1 Notes
  •  1.0 Intro to Networking Fundamentals
  •  1.1 Exam Overview
  •  1.1 Examining Local Network Devices and Data Transfers 1a
  •  1.1 Examining Local Network Devices and Data Transfers 1b
  •  1.1 Examining Local Network Devices and Data Transfers 1c
  •  1.1 Examining Local Network Devices and Data Transfers 1d
  •  1.1 Examining Local Network Devices and Data Transfers 1e
  •  1.1 Examining Local Network Devices and Data Transfers 1f
  •  1.2 Examining Local Network Devices and Data Transfers Part 2a
  •  1.2 Examining Local Network Devices and Data Transfers Part 2b
Module 2 Defining Networks with the OSI Model
  •  Module 2 Notes
  •  2.1 Defining Networks with OSI Model Part 1a
  •  2.2 Defining Networks with OSI Model Part 1b
  •  2.3 Defining Networks with OSI Model Part 1c
  •  2.4 Defining Networks with OSI Model Part 1d
  •  2.5 Defining Networks with OSI Model Part 1e
  •  2.6 Defining Networks with OSI Model Part 1f
  •  2.7 Defining Networks with OSI Model Part 1g
  •  2.8 Defining Networks with OSI Model Part 1h
Module 3 Understanding Wired and Wireless Networks
  •  Module 3 Notes
  •  3.1 Understand Wired and Wireless Networks Part1
  •  3.2 Understand Wired and Wireless Networks Part2
Module 4 Understanding Internet Protocol
  •  Module 4 Notes
  •  4.1 Understanding Internet Protocol Part1
  •  4.2 Understanding Internet Protocol Part2
Module 5 Implementing TCP-IP in the command line
  •  Module 5 Notes
  •  5.1 Implementing TCPIP in the Command Line
Module 6 Working with Networking Services
  •  Module 6 Notes
  •  6.1 Working with Networking Services
Module 7 Understanding Wide Area Networks
  •  Module 7 Notes
  •  7.1 Understanding Wide Area Network Part1
  •  7.2 Understanding Wide Area Network Part2
Module 8 Defining Network Infrastructure and Security
  •  Module 8 Notes
  •  8.1 Defining Network Infrastructure & Network Security Part1
  •  8.2 Defining Network Infrastructure & Network Security Part2
Module 9 Key Takeaways
  •  Key Takeaway Notes
  •  1. Key Take Aways of Networking Fundamentals
  •  2. Key Take Aways Mod1
  •  3. Key Take Aways Mod2
  •  4. Key Take Aways Mod3
  •  5. Key Take Aways Mod4
  •  6. Key Take Aways Mod5
  •  7. Key Take Aways Mod6
  •  8. Key Take Aways Mod7
Module 10 Terms to Know
  •  Terms to Know Notes
  •  1. Terms to Know Networking Fundamentals
  •  2. Terms to Know Mod1
  •  3. Terms to Know Mod2
  •  4. Terms to Know Mod3
  •  5. Terms to Know Mod4
  •  6. Terms to Know Mod5
  •  7. Terms to Know Mod6
  •  8. Terms to Know Mod7
  •  9. Terms to Know Mod8
Microsoft MTA 98-366

5 Hours 43 Minutes

45 Course Videos

75 Test Questions


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