Back to PG Certificate

Post Graduate Certificate in Data Networking

72,000.00 19,500.00

Buyer protection
Safe shopping
Easy returns and refunds
Worldwide Shipping

Post Graduate Certificate in Hardware & Networking

CIU Certified Penetration Testing Associate – You will be shipped SecurityBox Pentester Stick FREE OF COST to your doorstep.

Course Modules

Module 1. CIU Certified Network Associate

Module 2. CIU Certified Network Professional

Module 3. CIU Certified Network Engineer

The sooner the undergoing student completes all three modules successfully, the student will be awarded “Post Graduate Certificate in Hardware and Networking”

 

CIU Certified Network Associate

Modules Chapters
Introduction What is Network
Overview of Network
Basic Networking Network Requirements
Network Models
Physical Topologies
Logical Topologies
Network Categories
Network Connectivity Network Addressing
Segments vs Subnets
Data Transmission
Types of Connections
Reliable Delivery
The OSI Model Upper Layers
Lower Layers
Network Media IPX/SPX
NetBEUI
AppleTalk
TCP/IP – I
TCP/IP – II
The TCP/IP Suite Introduction
IP Addressing – I
IP Addressing – II
IP Address Assignment – I
IP Address Assignment – II
NetBIOS Name Resolution
SNMP
Command Line Utilities – I
Command Line Utilities – II
Protocols – I
Protocols – II
Network Appliances Introduction
Classifying IP Addresses
Non-Classful Addressing
Hubs & Repeaters
Switches
Routers
Routing Protocols
NAT
Proxies
VLAN
Wireless Networking Introduction
Radio Frequency Networking
RF Standards
RF Modes
Security
Reliability
Infrared
Bluetooth
WAN Technologies Introduction
Virtual Circuits
Cell Switching vs Packet Switching
ISDN
FDDI
T1/T3
POTS
DSL vs Cable Internet
Wireless
Remote Access RAS
VPN
PPP vs SLIP
PPTP vs L2TP
RDP
Security Aspects of Security
PAP vs CHAP
DES vs 3DES
Kerberos
IPSEC
Certificate Servers
Public Key Encryption
SSL
Network Operating Systems Introduction
Linux
Mac OS X
Novel Netware
Microsoft Windows
Network Storage File Severs
Storage Area Neworks
NAS
Permissions
Fault Tolerance UPS vs Surge Protector
Network Fault Tolerance
Clustering
RAID
Backup & Restore Backup & Restore
Good Practices
Hot, Warm & Cold Sites
Troubleshooting Methodology
Hardware Tools
Software Tools
Using the OSI Model

Sun Solaris Administration Syllabus 

Modules Chapters
Introduction Introduction to Sun Solaris
The Sun Microsystems Certifications
Sun Certification Exams for Solaris
Taking the Exams
Overview of Sun Solaris An Overview of Solaris Operating System
An Overview of Sun Hardware
A Brief History of Solaris
Preparing for Installation Installing from CD/DVD and What You Need
Terminology and System Requirements
Installation Types and Methods
Installation Disk Layout Planning
Installation of Solaris Beginning Installation Emergency Booting
Text Console Installation I
Text Console Installation II
Text Console Installation III
Upgrading Solaris
Packages and Patches An Overview of Packages
Installing a Package
Viewing Installed Packages
Checking Packages
Removing Installed Packages
An Overview of Patches
Adding a Patch
Checking for Installed Patches
Removing a Patch
Booting a SPARC System
The SPARC Boot Process An Overview of the OpenBoot PROM
The OpenBoot PROM Commands
Working with NVRAM Variables
OpenBoot Devices and Device Aliases
Booting and Shutting Down the System
Resetting a Hung System
System Diagnostics
OpenBoot PROM Security
System Run Levels
The Run Control Scripts
Managing System Processes An Overview of Solaris Management Tools
The Role of Processes and Process Types
Graphical Tools for Viewing Processes
Command Line Tools for Viewing Processes
Deciphering the Process Command Output
Vulnerability Assessment Controlling Processes with Signals
Process Scheduling and Schedulers
Priorities Using nice and priocntl
Scheduled Jobs and Beginning cron
Editing a crontab
Cron and at Access Control
Using the at command
Managing File Systems File Systems Explained
Disks/ Drivers/ and Device Names
Disk Geometry and File Systems Overview
Partitioning Using format
Creating UFS File Systems
Checking and Repairing a UFS File System
The Default Solaris File System Layout
Mounting and Unmounting File Systems
File System Links
Viewing Disk Usage Information
Working with Floppy Disks and CD-ROMs
User and Security Administration About User Accounts and Groups
Working with User Accounts and Groups
Shell Initialization Files
System Access Control
File Access Control Through Permissions
su/ Special Permissions/ and File Types
Basic User Auditing
Managing Network Printers Printing in Solaris
Configuring a Printer
Printer Classes and Client Defaults
Performing System Backups and Restores Solaris Backup and Restore Utilities
Solaris Type Device
Using tar for Backup and Restore
Using dd
Backup Procedures and ufsdump
File System Snapshots with fssnap
Backing Up with ufsdump
Restoring with ufsrestore

CISCO WAN Technologies Syllabus 

Modules Chapters
Introduction Overview – I
Overview – II
The OSI Model Development & Reason for Model
Overview of Layered Architecture
The Application Layer
The Presentation Layer
The Session Layer
The Transport Layer
The Network Layer
The Data Link Layer
The Physical Layer
Collision vs Broadcast Domains Ethernet & CSMA/CD
Collision Domains
Broadcast Domains
Hubs/Bridges/Switches Hubs
Bridges
Switches
The Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) Purpose of STP
Election of a Root Bridge
Bridge Protocol Data Units & Port States
Local Area Network Protocols The TCP/IP Protocol Suite
Packet Terminology
IP Address Classes
IP Addressing
Subnet Masks & Anding
Custom Length Subnet Masks
Subnetting
Configuring IP Addresses on a Router
IPX Addresses
Encapsulation of Packets
The Concept of a VLAN
Wide Area Network Protocols The Concept of Frame Relay
Configuring Frame Relay
ISDN Defined
ISDN Reference Points
Dial on Demand Routing
PPP Defined
PPP with CHAP Authentication
HDLC Encapsulation
Routing Routing Defined
Configuring Static Routes
Routing Information Protocol
Internet Gateway Routing Protocol
Enhanced Internet Gateway Routing Protocol
Link State Routing Protocols
Distance Vector vs Link State
Configuring RIP
Configuring IGRP
The Concepts of NAT & PAT
The CDP Protocol CDP Protocol Commands
Discovering Your Topology with CDP
LAN Design Full Duplex vs Half Duplex
Understanding CSMA/CD
Ethernet/Fast Ethernet/Gigabit Ethernet
The Cisco IOS Overview of the Cisco IOS
Boot System Configurations
Interpreting the IOS Image File
Backing Up the IOS Image
The Cisco Command Line Command Line Modes
Initial Setup & Configuration
Passwords Console & Secret
Passwords Virtual Terminal
Naming & Adding a Banner
Context Sensitive Help & History
Network Mgmt Commands Network Management Overview
Show Commands
Debugging Commands
Interface Configuration
Access Lists The Concept of an Access List
How Access Lists are Used
Setting Up a Standard Access List
Setting up an Extended Access List
Telnet The Concept of Telnet
Telnet for Remote Administration

 

No more offers for this product!

Shipping and delivery

We are proud to offer international shipping services that currently operate in over 200 countries and islands world wide. Nothing means more to us than bringing our customers great value and service. We will continue to grow to meet the needs of all our customers, delivering a service beyond all expectation anywhere in the world.

How do you ship packages?

Packages from our warehouse in China will be shipped by ePacket or EMS depending on the weight and size of the product. Packages shipped from our US warehouse are shipped through USPS.

Do you ship worldwide?

Yes. We provide free shipping to over 200 countries around the world. However, there are some locations we are unable to ship to. If you happen to be located in one of those countries we will contact you.

What about customs?

We are not responsible for any custom fees once the items have shipped. By purchasing our products, you consent that one or more packages may be shipped to you and may get custom fees when they arrive to your country.

How long does shipping take?

Shipping time varies by location. These are our estimates:

Location *Estimated Shipping Time
United States 10-30 Business days
Canada, Europe 10-30 Business days
Australia, New Zealand 10-30 Business days
Central & South America 15-30 Business days
Asia 10-20 Business days
Africa 15-45 Business days
*This doesn’t include our 2-5 day processing time.

Do you provide tracking information?

Yes, you will receive an email once your order ships that contains your tracking information. If you haven’t received tracking info within 5 days, please contact us.

My tracking says "no information available at the moment".

For some shipping companies, it takes 2-5 business days for the tracking information to update on the system. If your order was placed more than 5 business days ago and there is still no information on your tracking number, please contact us.

Will my items be sent in one package?

For logistical reasons, items in the same purchase will sometimes be sent in separate packages, even if you have specified combined shipping.

If you have any other questions, please contact us and we will do our best to help you out.

Refunds & returns policy

Order cancellation

All orders can be cancelled until they are shipped. If your order has been paid and you need to make a change or cancel an order, you must contact us within 12 hours. Once the packaging and shipping process has started, it can no longer be cancelled.

Refunds

Your satisfaction is our #1 priority. Therefore, you can request a refund or reshipment for ordered products if:

  • You do not receive them within the guaranteed time (45 days not including 2-5 day processing)
  • You receive the wrong item
  • You do not want the product you have received (but you must return the item at your expense and the item must be unused)

We do not issue the refund if:

  • Your order does not arrive due to factors within your control (e.g. providing the wrong shipping address)
  • Your order does not arrive due to exceptional circumstances outside our control (e.g. not cleared by customs, delayed by a natural disaster)
  • Other exceptional circumstances outside the control of zekekart.com

*You can submit refund requests within 15 days after the guaranteed period for delivery (45 days) has expired. You can do it by sending a message on page.

If you are approved for a refund, then your refund will be processed, and a credit will automatically be applied to your credit card or original method of payment, within 14 days.

Exchanges

If for any reason you would like to exchange your product, perhaps for a different size in clothing. You must contact us first and we will guide you through the steps.

Please do not send your purchase back to us unless we authorise you to do so.

General Inquiries

There are no inquiries yet.

Real customer reviews

There are no reviews yet.
Write a review

By using this website you agree to accept our Privacy Policy and Terms & Conditions

Shopping cart

×

No products in the cart.