How do common networking technologies like servers, routers and switches support internet functionality? How do server-side applications work? What goes into supporting an e-commerce solution? Knowing how to administer your company’s LAN doesn’t guarantee that you’ll be able to provide these and other internet services successfully.
The iNet+ Series teaches you how communication flows between networks, and how knowing this information is crucial to providing internet and e-commerce services. It provides you with the foundational internetworking knowledge everyone who works on internet, intranet, extranet and e-commerce technologies needs to know. It also maps to the exam objectives for CompTIA’s iNet+ certification exam to prepare you to obtain this employer-recognized credential.
Whether you’re adding internet and e-commerce knowledge to your already-proficient IT skills, moving from business into IT and internet services, or starting fresh into the field, the iNet+ Series will help you build confidence for CompTIA’s iNet+ exam – and as you take on new responsibility as an internetworking professional.
We recommend this training for entry-level internet professionals and for anyone looking to build a foundation of internetworking-related knowledge for further certifications and career development. There is no prerequisite for iNet+ certification, but to get the most out of this training we recommend having basic networking knowledge such as what's in the Network+ Series before viewing the iNet+ Series.
The iNet+ Series Contains:
- Overview of Internetworking
- The Infrastructure of the Internet
- DNS and Internet Domains
- Internet Site Functionality
- Searching, Caching and Indexing Concepts
- Internet Client Configuration
- Designing Web Pages (free video)
- Graphic Images and More
- Introduction to Web Programming
- Multimedia on the Web
- Advanced Web Applications
- Web Site Testing
- Internetworking Services
- Remote Access Services
- Internetwork Topologies
- Overview of Network Hardware
- Network Security (part 1)
- Network Security (part 2)
- Internet Business Concepts