Computer hardware and Networking training

Course Overview

Computer networking hardware may also be address as network equipment or computer networking devices. This is modern culture and the computer knowledge is very much essential for any people. Due to this reason we provide a basic course about computer hardware and networking. After completion this course you will get all general knowledge about computer networking system. The all syllabus about this course in given into course outline in bellow

Course Duration: 3 Months Total Class: 28 Class
Class Duration: 2 Hours Class Start: Class Start:
Course Fee: 9,000 Taka

Course Outline

Course Outline

  1. How Computers Work
  2. Operating System
  3. Identification Parts
  4. Driver
  5. RAM, ROM, Floppy, Flash
  6. Assembling of a PC
  7. CMOS Setup
  8. Installation & Configuration of HDD & DVD/CD
  9. Key Board & Mouse
  10. Basic Of Printers –Inkjet, Laser, Dotmatrix
  11. Monitors
  12. PC Trouble Shooting
  13. CMOS Setup
  14. Partition of HDD
  15. Data Recover Utility of HDD
  16. HDD Utility (Disk Management)
  17. Multioperating system use at time
  18. BIOS setup
  1. Definition/What is Networking
  2. Network Classifications – LAN, MAN, and WAN
  3. Client/Server Network
  4. Network Connectivity
  5. TCP/IP
  6. Network Interface Card
  7. Repeater
  8. Hub
  9. Switch
  10. Security Policy
  11. Network Share
  12. Active Directory
  13. IP Addressing
  14. Network Class
  15. Subnet Mask
  16. Reserved IP Addresses
  17. Viewing IP Configuration Settings
  18. Domain Name System (DNS)
  19. Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN)
  20. DNS Structure and Operation
  21. Assigning IP Addresses
  22. Windows Internet Naming Service (WINS)
  23. Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
  24. Automatic Private IP Addressing (APIPA)
  25. TCP/IP Troubleshooting Utilities
  26. The IPv6 Standard
  27. Loopback Address
  28. IPv6 MAC Address Basic Networking Course Outline
  29. Monitoring the Server and Network
  30. Maintaining System Software
  31. Identify the Affected Area
  32. Test the Result
  33. Identify the Results and Effect of the Solution
  34. Troubleshooting the Most Common Network Problems
  35. The User Cannot Log On to the Network/Computer
  36. Loose Connections
  37. The User Cannot Access a Share
  38. Print to the Network Printer
  39. The User Cannot Access the Internet
  40. Troubleshooting with TCP/IP Utilities
  41. Ping, Share etc
  42. Remote Desktop
  43. File Sharing Permission.
  44. Firewall
  45. WiFi hotspot(Zone)
  46. MAC Address
  47. Cabling
  48. VNC, Netop School, NetsupportSchool (All Computer  Full Control a Class Room, Factory or Office at a time)
  49. Online fully remote controlby- Team viewer, Log Mein
  50. A Complete Network shown.
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