The design, installation, management, and troubleshooting of a computer network are tested by exams that focus on hardware, software, vendor-specific products, and vendor-neutral theories of network management. They range from entry-level support certifications to high-end architect credentials that can be essential for career advancement.
The CompTIA Network+ N10-005 certification is designed to prove that a candidate has competency in the networking arena. Learn what you can expect to see on the exam and about recommended resources to help you prepare for it.
Ed Tittel, creator of the Exam Cram series, discusses the current network protocol analyzers that any real expert needs to know. Who exactly counts as an "expert?" Ed also sorts out which of the many available certifications are really useful in identifying true masters of protocol analysis.
In this article, you’ll take a look at relevant certifications, technical skills and knowledge, higher education, and subject matter expertise of greatest interest to employers hiring IT internetworking professionals.
IT certification expert and Anderson College professor Emmett Dulaney describes both vendor-neutral and vendor-specific networking certification options and offers tips for exam preparation.
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