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TOTAL: CompTIA Network+ Certification (N10-007)

Everything you need to pass the CompTIA Network+ Exam (N10-007) from Mike Meyers, CompTIA expert and bestselling author.

4.70 (18518 reviews)



23 hours


Feb 2020

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What you will learn

Once you complete the course, you will have the knowledge and confidence to pass the CompTIA Network+ Certification (N10-007) exam AND the skills to be a great network tech. This course is ideal as both a study tool and an on-the-job reference.

Your new skills and the CompTIA Network+ Certification will help you land a network tech job or if you are already a network tech, get that raise or advancement you are seeking.


Welcome to the TOTAL: CompTIA Network+ Certification (N10-007). course from Mike Meyers and Total Seminars.

This course is over 24 hours in length and covers everything you need to know to pass your CompTIA Network+ Certification (N10-007) Exam. The first goal of the course is to make you a good Network Tech and, in the process, make sure you are ready to pass the CompTIA exam.


"I used these courses to pass the A+, Security+, and Network+ in a span of 2.5 months. I had no IT experience 4 months ago. Now I am a network engineer at a managed service provider with a great salary and solid upward mobility." - Ryan D.

The course covers all the exam topics including:

  • Network architectures

  • Cabling and topology

  • Ethernet basics

  • Network Installation

  • TCP/IP applications and network protocols

  • Routing

  • Network naming

  • Advanced networking devices

  • IPv6

  • Remote connectivity

  • Wireless networking

  • Virtualization and cloud computing

  • Network operations

  • Managing risk

This is a Total Network+ Course and covers everything a good tech needs to know and prepares you to pass the CompTIA Network+ Certification exam.


TOTAL: CompTIA Network+ Certification (N10-007)
TOTAL: CompTIA Network+ Certification (N10-007)
TOTAL: CompTIA Network+ Certification (N10-007)
TOTAL: CompTIA Network+ Certification (N10-007)




Network Models

What is a Model?

OSI vs. TCP/IP Model

Walking Through OSI and TCP/IP

Meet the Frame

The MAC Address

Broadcast vs. Unicast

Introduction to IP Addressing

Packets and Ports

Network Models

Cabling and Topology

Network Topologies

Coaxial Cabling

Twisted Pair Cabling

Cat Ratings

Fiber Optic Cabling

Fire Ratings

Legacy Network Connections

Cabling and Topology

Ethernet Basics

What is Ethernet?

Ethernet Frames

Early Ethernet

The Daddy of Ethernet, 10BaseT

Terminating Twisted Pair

Hubs vs. Switches

Ethernet Basics

Modern Ethernet


Connecting Switches

Gigabit Ethernet and 10-Gigabit Ethernet


Connecting Ethernet Scenarios

Modern Ethernet

Installing a Physical Network

Introduction to Structured Cabling

Terminating Structured Cabling

Equipment Room

Alternative Distribution Panels

Testing Cable

Troubleshooting Structured Cabling, Part 1

Troubleshooting Structured Cabling, Part 2

Using a Toner and Probe

Wired Connection Scenarios

Installing a Physical Network

TCP/IP Basics

Introduction to IP Addressing and Binary

Introduction to ARP

Classful Addressing

Subnet Masks

Subnetting with CIDR

More CIDR Subnetting Practice

Dynamic and Static IP Addressing

Rogue DHCP Servers

Special IP Addresses

IP Addressing Scenarios

TCP/IP Basics


Introducing Routers

Understanding Ports

Network Address Translation

Implementing NAT

Forwarding Ports

Tour of a SOHO Router

SOHO vs. Enterprise

Static Routes

Dynamic Routing





TCP/IP Applications



Handy Tools

Introduction to Wireshark

Introduction to netstat

Web Servers


E-mail Servers and Clients

Securing E-mail

Telnet and SSH

Network Time Protocol

Network Service Scenarios

TCP/IP Applications

Network Naming

Understanding DNS

Applying DNS

The Hosts File

Net Command

Windows Name Resolution

Dynamic DNS

DNS Troubleshooting

Network Naming

Securing TCP/IP

Making TCP/IP Secure

Symmetric Encryption

Asymmetric Encryption

Cryptographic Hashes


Access Control



Single Sign-On

Certificates and Trust

Certificate Error Scenarios

Securing TCP/IP

Advanced Networking Devices

Understanding IP Tunneling

Virtual Private Networks

Introduction to VLANs

InterVLAN Routing

Interfacing with Managed Switches

Switch Port Protection

Port Bonding

Port Mirroring

Quality of Service


Proxy Servers

Load Balancing

Device Placement Scenarios

Advanced Networking Devices


Introduction to IPv6

IPv6 Addressing

IPv6 In Action

IPv4 and IPv6 Tunneling


Remote Connectivity

Telephony Technologies

Optical Carriers

Packet Switching

Connecting with Dial-up

Digital Subscriber Line (DSL)

Connecting with Cable Modems

Connecting with Satellites


Remote Desktop Connectivity

Advanced Remote Control Systems

Remote Connectivity

Wireless Networking

Introduction to 802.11

802.11 Standards

Power over Ethernet (PoE)


Wireless Security Standards

Implementing Wireless Security

Threats to Your Wireless Network

Retro Threats

Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS)

Enterprise Wireless

Installing a Wireless Network

Wireless Scenarios

More Wireless Scenarios

Wireless Networking

Virtualization and Cloud Computing

Virtualization Basics

Cloud Ownership

Cloud Implementation

Your First Virtual Machine


Platform as a Service (PaaS)

Software as a Service (SaaS)

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

Virtualization and Cloud Computing

Mobile Networking

Cellular Technologies

Mobile Connectivity

Deploying Mobile Devices

Mobile Access Control

Mobile Networking

Building a Real-World Network

Network Types

Network Design

Power Management

Unified Communications

Network Documentation

Contingency Planning

Predicting Hardware Failure


Building a Real-World Network

Managing Risk

What is Risk Management?

Security Policies

Change Management

User Training

Standard Business Documentation

Mitigating Network Threats

High Availability

Managing Risk

Protecting Your Network

Denial of Service


Social Engineering

Access Control


Introduction to Firewalls



Hardening Devices

Physical Security Controls

Testing Network Security

Network Protection Scenarios

Protecting your Network

Network Monitoring


Documenting Logs

System Monitoring

SIEM (Security Information and Event Management)

Network Monitoring

Network Troubleshooting

Network Troubleshooting Theory

Network Troubleshooting


Eli7 October 2020

This course is a quick and dirty intro to the network+ exam. Some info is missing, and if you use only this as your source of info for the exam, you will likely do poorly. Professor Mike is charismatic and great at explaining things visually. He uses good examples of software and demonstrations to get you to understand the subject matter. However, if you read any significant text on preparing for this exam (even his own), you will find that you have only learned *some* of the pertinent information. Headphone listeners beware: audio in this series is not equalized. some videos will be SIGNIFICANTLY louder than others.

Anthony7 October 2020

Just getting started with it so so far so good. I have the book as well so using it as a reference with the videos.

Christopher6 October 2020

W O W . Mike Meyers is different from the others, and I've used the prof's and JD's materials as well. Mike Meyers teaches in a way that makes sense in the real world especially in IT works. And he uses models like blocks, toys, and diagrams to make you understand the concept. And all the other time he's playing with real gadgets and devices (routers, switches, pcs etc) and does demonstration on it which makes me feel comfortable and ready to take on the job. Suddenly everything makes sense!

Meaghan5 October 2020

As a layman or laywoman I should say in the world of networking this course has helped me a lot in understanding how networks work. If I ever do have to take the Network+ exam, I'm positive this course will have given me a head start in understanding the study material!

Navya30 September 2020

I do not have any knowledge on networking before this.... Now I am at least confident enough which helped me in accomplishment of my professional tasks to a great extent

Phillip27 February 2020

So far it has been excellent.Mike is really sharp but knows how to take a very complex subject and make it simple and easy to follow.I am normally a good disciplined student with good analytical skills but just an average memory.I have found with other books and studies that networking seemed dry and hard to grasp even with my best efforts, but Mike with his visuals has really broken down these barriers to learning a difficult but important subject.Great job!Sid

Scott27 February 2020

I like the fact that the speaker is in physically present in the videos. I like the visual models he uses to enhance his presentation. He speaks with a good pace and volume, and he keeps the watcher engaged and interested in the material.

Eshagh26 February 2020

Mike is a real expert, the course was great but I give it 4 start because he adds some unnecessary information and things which can be skipped to the lessons. and Why is that not good? because people who take these courses mostly looking to get straight information that can help them pass the exam, and extra information only confuses people and takes more time from them.

Kaleb25 February 2020

This course was fantastic. Taught me everything I needed to know to pass this ridiculously hard test on the first try!

Shane24 February 2020

Pretty big fan of Mike Meyers and his CompTIA training courses. Engaging and knowledgeable. I used his training to help me pass the A+ and I know this training will help me pass the Network+.

Eitan21 February 2020

I watch other videos, I read information on Net+ but no one comes close to explaining it well as you do Mike. You are doing a fantastic job explaining every concept visually, which is phenomenal.

Sarah21 February 2020

Mike is a fantastic teacher. He is entertaining, explains things well, and uses props and real equipment demos to help you understand. I am learning so much from this course!

Sergio21 February 2020

Was afraid of buying and doing this type of training online but since I am watching it I know it's worth. Simple explanations, short videos, right to the point.

Millano20 February 2020

Very good course, always interesting and fun, didn't get boring which alot of other courses tend to get.

Karlie19 February 2020

Excellent overview of networking and is really easy to follow along with. This can be a fairly boring topic, but Mike does a great job of being engaging and the videos are nice and short which is great for reviewing specific topics.


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