Watch the Intro Video

Module 1.1 - OSI and TCP/IP Models

Module 1.2 - Devices & Protocols in Relation to OSI Model

Module 1.3

Module 1.4

Module 1.5 and 1.6

Module 1.7

Module 1.8

Module 1.9

Module 2.1

Module 2.2

Module 2.3

Module 2.4

Module 2.5

Module 2.6

Module 3.1 and 3.2

Module 3.3

Module 3.4

Module 3.5

Module 3.7

Module 3.8

Module 4.1

Module 4.2

Module 4.3

Module 4.4

Module 4.5

Module 4.6

Module 5.1

Module 5.2

Module 5.3

Module 5.4

Module 5.5

Module 5.6

 
 

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234 Comments
  1. Profile photo of Sedamen

    I passed the N10-006 yesterday ( got 748 ) and I have to say this course helped a lot. Thank you for helping those who do not have the means to pay for knowledge…

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      Hi Sedamen, a quick question what resources did you use to prepare for exam. How about the lab?

      • Hi, Karthik. I know you asked Sedamen, but i though id chime in. Along with watching these videos twice. I read Todd Lammles Networking+ Book. If you can’t buy it there are other resources online. I also used an app called “CompTIA Networking+” by Darril Gibson It’s a flash card App and has a bunch of tests for each section (p.s. some of the questions are very similar to the exam)

        Passed the exam yesterday, scariest 90 minutes of my life. Train Hard!

  2. Can anyone explain which protocol do youtube uses whether Http/TCP or RSTP via UDP or CDN and why?
    I heard youtube uses TCP and also uses RSTP but firewall discard these type of protocol. I’m totally confused can anyone explain in detail

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    good videos

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