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Bill Hatfield

Bill Ferguson - Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT, MCSE, MCP+I, CCSI, CCNA, A+, Network+, Server+)
Bill has been in the computer industry for over 15 years. Originally, in technical sales and sales management with Sprint, Bill made his transition to Certified Technical Trainer in 1997 with ExecuTrain. Bill now runs his own company as an independent contractor in Birmingham , Alabama , teaching classes for most of the national training companies and some regional training companies as well as many corporations. In addition, Bill writes and produces technical training material for several companies. Bill has recently coauthored an ExamCram guide with Diane Barrett, Implementing and Administering Security in a Windows Server 2003 Network, and has written MCDST: Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Technician for Sybex Press. ... Click here to view Bill Fergusen on Microsoft.com

Course Features:
Course Outline TXT
Domain 1 - Network Topologies
1.1 Network Technologies
1.2 Token Ring
1.3 Fiber Distributed Data Interface
1.4 Wireless
1.6 Logical Link Control
1.7 10BASE
1.8 100BASE
1.9 1000BASE
1.10 10GBASE
1.11 Media Connectors
1.12 RJ11 and RJ45
1.13 F-Type
1.14 Straight Tip and Standard Connector
1.15 FireWire
1.16 Media Types
1.17 Network Components
1.18 Wireless Technologies
1.19 Wireless Service Factors
Domain 2 - Protocol Standards
1.1 MAC Addresses
Lab - Identify the Local MAC Address
Lab - Identify a Remote MAC Address
1.2 OSI Model
1.3 Network Components
1.4 Network Protocols
1.5 TCP/IP
1.6 IP Addresses
1.7 Advanced Networking Concepts
1.8 IP Addressing Methods
Lab - Assign a Static Configuration
1.9 Protocols
1.10 Ports
1.11 Services
1.12 WAN
1.13 Internet Access Technologies
1.14 Remote Access Protocols
1.15 Security Protocols
1.16 Authentication Protocols
Domain 3 - Network Implementation
1.1 Server Operating Systems
1.2 Unix and Linux
1.3 Netware
1.4 MAC OS X Server
1.5 Windows
1.6 Client Connectivity
1.7 Tools for Networking
1.8 Firewalls
1.9 Proxy Service
1.10 Network Connectivity
1.11 Virtual Local Area Network
1.12 Internal Networks
1.13 Antivirus Software
1.14 Fault Tolerance
1.15 Disaster Recovery
Domain 4 - Troubleshooting
1.1 Network Utilities
1.2 Ping
Lab - Use the Ping Command
1.3 Tracert
Lab - Use the Tracert Command
1.4 ARP
Lab - Use the ARP Utility
1.5 Netstat
Lab - Use the Netstat Utility
1.6 Nbstat
Lab - Use the Nbstat Utility
1.7 Ipconfig
1.8 Winipcfg
1.9 Nslookup
1.10 Visual Indicators
1.11 Troubleshooting Network Services
1.12 Network Services
1.13 Troubleshooting Topologies
1.14 Troubleshooting Strategy