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CIW - Certified Internet WebMaster Training
CIW Internetworking Professional Training CD Exam 1D0 460

CIW Internetworking Professional Training CBT CD contains the following courses:

Part 1: TCP/IP Fundamentals CIW Training

This is the first course in a five part series that presents students with a broad overview of TCP/IP network technology. This course will provide students an outline of the infrastructure of the Internet and the place of TCP/IP within this infrastructure. It will describe the features of TCP/IP architecture and Internet addressing, and cover the techniques for troubleshooting TCP/IP networks. This course will also introduce students to the network environment, and the principles of VoIP and Multicast IP.

Learn To
Identify features of the Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) that support network interoperability.
Identify stages in the evolution of the Internet.
Identify functions of the main Internet authorities.
Establish a baseline using Sniffer Basic.
Generate a graph to compare network traffic with a baseline.
Identify the causes of performance degradation.

Audience
The audience for this course will apply to students involved in defining network architecture, identifying infrastructure components, and monitoring and analyzing network performance. They will also be responsible for the design and management of enterprise TCP/IP networks. Prerequisite knowledge for this curriculum is that students must have CIW Foundations certification or equivalent experience. CIW accepts CompTIA's iNET+ certification in place of the CIW Foundations course. This course is mapped to the Master CIW Administrator Certification Program and covers exam number 1D0-460.

Total Learning Time
7 hours

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Part 2: IP Model CIW Training

This is the second course in a five part series that presents students with instruction in the subject of the IP model. It covers the features and functions of several layers in the OSI model - including the network access layer, the Internet layer, and the transport layer. The student will also learn how to use various TCP/IP troubleshooting tools.

Learn To
Identify features of ethernet.
Locate a hardware address in Windows 2000.
Identify the command used to locate a hardware address in Linux.
Identify functions of network files.
Identify the location of TCP/IP information in Linux and Windows 2000.
Identify features of Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) error and query messages.

Audience
The audience for this course will apply to students involved in defining network architecture, identifying infrastructure components, and monitoring and analyzing network performance. They will also be responsible for the design and management of enterprise TCP/IP networks. Prerequisite knowledge for this curriculum is that students must have CIW Foundations certification or equivalent experience. CIW accepts CompTIA's iNET+ certification in place of the CIW Foundations course. This course is mapped to the Master CIW Administrator Certification Program and covers exam number 1D0-460. In addition, students should have taken the first course in the series (course 87006).

Total Learning Time
7 hours

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Part 3: TCP/IP Functions and Services CIW Certification

This is the third course in a five part series that will teach students about TCP/IP functions and services. This course will cover Internet addressing, including the domain name system. It will also cover the interaction between Unix and DNS and Windows 2000 and DNS. In addition, this course covers the BOOTstrap (BOOTP) and DHCP (DHCP) protocols, routing principles and protocols.

Learn To
Identify characteristics of the hosts file.
Modify the Linux hosts file.
Modify the Windows 2000 hosts file.
Identify functions of the BOOTP.
Identify functions of the DHCP.
Match the components of the DHCP header with their functions.
Identify the method to determine the route to a local or remote destination node by using Windows 2000.
Type the command to determine a local or remote destination node by using Linux

Audience
The audience for this course will apply to students involved in defining network architecture, identifying infrastructure components, and monitoring and analyzing network performance. They will also be responsible for the design and management of enterprise TCP/IP networks. Prerequisite knowledge for this curriculum is that students must have CIW Foundations certification or equivalent experience. CIW accepts CompTIA's iNET+ certification in place of the CIW Foundations course. This course is mapped to the Master CIW Administrator Certification Program and covers exam number 1D0-460.

Total Learning Time
7 hours

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Part 4: Network Management CIW Certification

This is the fourth course in a five part series that will provide instruction on the features of network management. This course will provide an overview of management functional areas and the network management model. It will also introduce the features and functions of SNMP. The student will learn how to install and configure SNMP and SNMP agents. This course will also introduce the features and functions of MIB as well as the functions of SNMP in an enterprise. Finally, the student will also receive instruction on SNMPv2 and SNMPv3.

Learn To
Identify features of network management.
Identify features of management functional areas.
Identify the components of the network management model.
Identify features of the Management Information Base (MIB) tree.
Match MIB data types with their features.
Match MIB groups with their features.

Audience
The audience for this course will apply to students involved in defining network architecture, identifying infrastructure components, and monitoring and analyzing network performance. They will also be responsible for the design and management of enterprise TCP/IP networks. Prerequisite knowledge for this curriculum is that students must have CIW Foundations certification or equivalent experience. CIW accepts CompTIA's iNET+ certification in place of the CIW Foundations course. This course is mapped to the Master CIW Administrator Certification Program and covers exam number 1D0-460.

Total Learning Time
6 to 8 hours

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Part 5: IPv6

This is the last course in a five part series that provides instruction on the features and functions of IPv6. This course will begin with a comparison of IPv4 and IPv6. Students will learn to examine the IPv6 header and extension headers, as well as the IPv6 address architecture. This course covers IPv6 routing and security, reduced network management with IPv6, and transitioning to IPv6. Finally, the course will also take a brief look at mobile IP.

Learn To
Identify the proposals for the Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6).
Identify the differences between the Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) and the IPv6 header.
Identify the obsolete IPv4 fields.
Identify the features of the IPV6 aggregatable routing hierarchy.
Identify features of multicast routing.
Identify functions of the IPv6 routing protocols.

Audience
The audience for this course will apply to students involved in defining network architecture, identifying infrastructure components, and monitoring and analyzing network performance. They will also be responsible for the design and management of enterprise TCP/IP networks. Prerequisite knowledge for this curriculum is that students must have CIW Foundations certification or equivalent experience. CIW accepts CompTIA's iNET+ certification in place of the CIW Foundations course. This course is mapped to the Master CIW Administrator Certification Program and covers exam number 1D0-460.

Total Learning Time
7 hours

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CIW Server Administrator

$645.00

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CIW Internetworking Professional

$645.00

n87006d

CIW Security Professional

$645.00

n87011d

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