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CompTIA Network+ (N10-007) Cert Prep: 4 Making TCP/IP Work

The CompTIA Network+ certification is one of the most popular vendor-neutral certifications for networking professionals. In this installment of the nine-part CompTIA Network+ Cert Prep series, instructor Mike Meyers covers essential networking concepts as he discusses TCP/IP applications and network naming. Mike dives into the concepts and characteristics of routing and switching. He explores various tools that can help you get quick answers when troubleshooting a network latency issue, explains the various protocols used in sending and receiving email, discusses how to work with the DNS system, and more.

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