NET152 Introduction to Computer Networking

Credits: 12

Networking fundamentals are introduced in this course as you prepare for the Network+ Certification. Topics such as transmission media, hardware, topologies and various other components are studied. Upon completion of this course, you will be able to implement and manage a computer network in a variety of platforms from different vendors. In addition, a thorough study of the Open Systems Interconnect model will be addressed, as well as available protocols, topologies, addressing standards and troubleshooting techniques as they pertain to modern computer networking technology.

Prerequisite: NET130

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