• Online, Self-Paced
Course Description

IP addresses are numbers assigned to network-equipped devices that are part of a TCP/IP-based network. Explore the basics of IP addressing and networking concepts like DNS, DHCP, and NAT.

Learning Objectives

CompTIA A+ 220-1001: Implementing Network Concepts

  • list IP addressing features such as static, dynamic, APIPA, and link local
  • describe the benefits of DNS
  • describe the features of DHCP including reservations
  • list features of IPv4
  • list features of IPv6
  • describe the purpose of the subnet mask
  • describe the purpose of the default gateway
  • recognize when to use VPNs
  • provide examples of when to implement VLANs
  • list the benefits of using NAT
  • configure networking settings and components

Framework Connections