MTA: Networking Fundamentals

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Enhance your career and skills in networking with uCertify MTA Networking Fundamentals 98-366 certification course. The course covers all the objectives of Microsoft 98-366 exam such as understanding network infrastructures like concepts of Internet, intranet, extranet, LANs, WANs, wireless networking, and network topologies, understanding network hardware like switches, routers, and media types, and understanding protocols and services like OSI Model, IPv4, IPv6, networking services, and TCP/IP.

Here's what you will get

The Microsoft MTA Networking Fundamentals 98-366 exam validates the individuals' skills and abilities in remote networking, IP addressing, switches, WAN, LAN, networks, and OSI model. The MTA Networking Fundamentals, an entry-level credential that expires in 5 years, is intended for IT professionals or developers. Earning MTA certification requires individuals to clear one exam.

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uCertify course includes videos to help understand concepts. It also includes How Tos that help learners with how to accomplish certain tasks.

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Exam FAQs
What are the prerequisites for this exam? Candidates should have some hands-on experience with Windows Server, Windows-based networking, network management tools, DNS, TCP/IP, names resolution process, and network protocols and topologies.
What is the exam registration fee? USD 127
Where do I take the exam? Certiport or Pearson VUE
What is the format of the exam? Single choice, multiple choice, drag-and-drop, active screen, build list, case studies, and short answer.
How many questions are asked in the exam? The exam contains 40-60 questions.
What is the duration of the exam? 45 minutes
Where can I find more information about this exam? To know more about the 98-366-2018, click here.
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What are the career opportunities after passing this exam?

Microsoft Networking Fundamentals 98-366 certification qualifies you for a variety of exciting job roles including:

  • Systems Analyst
  • Network Architect
  • IT Security Specialist
  • Help Desk Technician
  • Network Administrator

Here's what you will learn

  • Certification Guidelines
  • Exam Guidelines
  • Overview
  • Comparing Logical and Physical Networks
  • Networking Home Computers
  • Networking Small Offices and Home Offices
  • Networking Large Offices
  • Networking Enterprises
  • Understanding Standards Organizations
  • Overview
  • Comparing Unicast, Broadcast, and Multicast Traffic
  • Understanding Network Hardware
  • Exploring Protocols and Services
  • Understanding Basic Topologies
  • Understanding the OSI Model
  • Understanding the TCP/IP Model
  • Mapping Devices on the OSI and TCP Models
  • Mapping Protocols on the OSI and TCP/IP Models
  • Core TCP/IP Protocols
  • Understanding TCP and UDP
  • Exploring Common Protocols
  • Understanding Ports
  • Exploring IPv4
  • Exploring the Components of an IPv4 Address
  • Exploring an IPv4 Address in Binary
  • Subnetting IPv4 Addresses
  • Comparing Manual and Automatic Assignment of IPv4 Addresses
  • Exploring IPv6
  • Exploring IPv6 Addresses
  • Exploring the Components of an IPv6 Address
  • Understanding the Dual IP Stack
  • Comparing Manual and Automatic Assignment of IPv6
  • Identifying Potential Problems with Connectivity
  • Exploring Cable Types and Their Characteristics
  • Overview
  • Connecting Multiple Computers
  • Understanding Physical Ports
  • Comparing Hubs and Switches
  • Comparing Managed and Unmanaged Switches
  • Exploring Switch Speeds
  • Understanding Security Options
  • Overview
  • Connecting Multiple Networks
  • Routing Traffic on a Network
  • Identifying Transmission Speeds
  • Routing Software in Windows Server 2016
  • Understanding Other Routing Protocols
  • Quality of Service (QoS)
  • Resolving Names to IP Addresses
  • Exploring Types of Names Used in Networks
  • Exploring Types of Name Resolution
  • Identifying the Steps in Name Resolution
  • Overview
  • Understanding Risks on the Internet
  • Exploring an Intranet
  • Understanding Firewalls
  • Identifying a Perimeter Network
  • Understanding Extranets
  • Overview
  • Exploring Basic Wireless Components
  • Comparing Networking Standards and Characteristics
  • Comparing Network Security Methods
  • Using Wireless Networks
  • Understanding Point-to-Point Wireless
  • Overview
  • Comparing Connectivity Methods Used in Homes and SOHOs
  • Comparing Connectivity Methods in Enterprises
  • Exploring Remote Access Services
  • Using RADIUS
  • Troubleshooting TCP/IP
  • Using the command Prompt
  • Checking the TCP/IP Configuration with ipconfig
  • Troubleshooting Connectivity with ping
  • Identifying Routers with tracert
  • Verifying the Routed Path with pathping
  • Viewing TCP/IP Statistics with netstat
  • Installing Telnet
  • Certification Objectives Map

Hands on Activities (Labs)

  • Configuring security zones
  • Adding a website to the trusted zone
  • Configuring Windows firewall settings
  • Configuring Windows firewall
  • Installing RIP
  • Adding routes
  • Configuring RRAS as a NAT server
  • Installing Windows Virtual PC
  • Setting up a DMZ on a SOHO router
  • Configuring the VPN client
  • Testing remote access client connectivity
  • Installing a DNS server
  • Configuring class A IP addresses
  • Configuring class B IP addresses
  • Configuring class C IP addresses
  • Configuring a CIDR-based IP network
  • Disabling APIPA
  • Adding an IPv6 address
  • Configuring the Active Directory Domain Services role
  • Modifying and adding IPv4 addresses
  • Creating a zone
  • Installing WINS Server
  • Installing DHCP Server
  • Configuring a DHCP Server
  • Enabling routing and remote access services
  • Analyzing the TCP/IP configuration with nbtstat
  • Analyzing domain names with nslookup
  • Displaying IP addresses and MAC address
  • Understanding the ipconfig command
  • Configuring DNS information
  • Renewing an IP address
  • Analyzing the TCP/IP configuration with netstat
  • Installing Telnet
  • Analyzing network paths with pathping
  • Testing the existence of other hosts
  • Using the netsh command
  • Creating a record in a zone
  • Configuring Windows firewall settings
  • Configuring RRAS as a NAT server
  • Analyzing network paths with tracert
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