Network + Bootcamp

SyreevesSyreeves Junior MemberRegistered Users Posts: 1 ■□□□□□□□□□
Hello Everyone... This is my first post. I recently found this site and i must say it's nothing short of amazing! I just recently passed Security + and i've been tasked to host a Network + class. I have my own study materials which I was using to help me attain my certification but now I have six people to train up. They will be doing a week long bootcamp style course. I have all of the Professor Messor videos and a few more pieces of study material. My Security + was done in the same manner and we were able to grasp the concept. What else do you recommend I add to the bootcamp. With the new simulations I know that the book and test banks will not be enough. Any suggestions and tips would be greatly appreciated.

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  • webgeekwebgeek Senior Member Member Posts: 495
    Congrats on passing your Security+! What background do you have in networking?
    BS in IT: Information Assurance and Security (Capella) ETA 2013/Early 2014
    2013 Goals: CISSP [:cheers:] ITIL Foundations [ ] Project+ [ ] Linux+ [ ] CCNA (Maybe) [ ]
  • DarrilDarril Registered Member Member Posts: 1,588
    Welcome to the forums.

    One thing that you might like to add are some simple exercises. For example, exercises using the command prompt tools such as ipconfig, ping, tracert, nslookup, arp, nbtstat, netstat, and route would be useful. This helps ensure people understand the tools a little deeper and if any of the tools are needed in a performance based question, everyone will be more likely to answer them correctly.

    Good luck.
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