CPHNE

Duration : 12 Months
CPHNE (Certified Program for Hardware & Networking Engineer)
Digital Electronics
  • 1. Number System
  • 2. Digital Arithmetic
  • 3. Logic Gate and Related Devices
  • 4. Boolean Algebra
  • 5. Flip-Flop
  • 6. Microprocessor
Microsoft Office 2007- Suite
  • 1. MS- Word 2007 Basics
  • 2. Bulleting and Numbering
  • 3. Working with Tables
  • 4. Word Styles, Word Art, Clip Art
  • 5. Mail Merge
  • 6. MS Excel 2007 Basic
  • 7. Charting
  • 8. Creating Tables
  • 9. Excel Functions
  • 10. PowerPoint 2007
  • 11. Charts and Objects
  • 12. Online Presentations
  • 13. Outlook 2007
  • 14. Internet
  • 15. E-commerce
  • 16. E-Ticketing
Hardware
  • 1. Introduction of Personal Computers
  • 2. PC Repairing Fundamentals
  • 3. Power Supply
  • 4. Mother Boards
  • 5. Intel and AMD Processors
  • 6. Memory
  • 7. Hard Disk Drive
  • 8. Laptop and Portable Devices
  • 9. Flash Memory
  • 10. Graphic Adapter
  • 11. TV Tuners
  • 12. Sound Cards
  • 13. SCSI Host Adapter
  • 14. Printers
  • 15. Scanners
  • 16. Audio
  • 17. Features of Operating System
  • 18. Windows Operating System
  • 19. Boot Process
  • 20. Network Devices
  • 21. PC Connected to Network
  • 22. PC Connected to Internet
  • 23. Laptop/Notebook
  • 24. PDAs
  • 25. Hardware Maintenance and Trouble Shooting
Networking Concept
  • 1. Networking Fundamental
  • 2. LAN, MAN, WAN
  • 3. Topology
  • 4. Networking Cables
  • 5. OSI Models
  • 6. TCP/IP
  • 7. IP Addressing and Subneting
  • 8. MAC Address
  • 9. DHCP/DNS
  • 10. Windows Server 2003
  • 11. User Account/ Group Account
Windows 7
  • 1. Installing Windows 7
  • 2. Preparing the Windows 7
  • 3. Installations
  • 4. User and Group Management
  • 5. User Profile Management
  • 6. Managing Devices and Disks
  • 7. Managing App Locker and Software Restriction Policies
  • 8. Windows Firewall and Remote Management
  • 9. Bit Locker and Mobility Option
  • 10. Recovery and Backup
  • 11. Direct Access and VPN Connection
  • 12. IPv4/IPv6 Configurations
Personality Development
Module 2: 5 Months MCTIP Server Administrator: - Configuration Windows Server 2008- Active Directory
  • 1. Installing Active Directory
  • 2. Creating Objects in Active Directory
  • 3. Automating the Creation of User Account
  • 4. Supporting User Objects and Accounts
  • 5. Creating Computers and Joining the Domains
  • 6. Implementing and Managing Group Policy Scope
  • 7. Configuring Password and Lockout Policy
  • 8. Configuring and Using Domain Name System
  • 9. Configuring Sites and Subnets
  • 10. Understanding and Installing AD LDS
  • 11. Understanding Active Directory Federation Services
MCITP Server Administrator: Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure, Configuration
  • 1. Understanding and Configuring Network Connection
  • 2. Configure a Domain Name System (DNS) Server
  • 3. Creating and Configuring Zones
  • 4. Configuring DNS Client Settings
  • 5. Configuring Network Address Translations and Wireless Network
  • 6. Overview of the DHCP server Role
  • 7. Security and Audit Policy
  • 8. Overview of IPSec
  • 9. Windows Server 2008 Storage Management Overview
MCITP- Windows Server 2008 Application, Configuration
  • 1. Installation and Configuration Terminal Services
  • 2. Configuration and Managing Terminal Services Infrastructure
  • 3. Installation and Configuring Web Application
  • 4. Managing Web Server Security
  • 5. Configuring FTP and SMTP Services
  • 6. Configuring Windows Media Services
MCITP- Windows Server Enterprise Administrator
  • 1. Planning Name Resolution and Internet Protocol Addressing
  • 2. Designing Active Directory Domain Services
  • 3. Planning Migration, Trust and Interoperability
  • 4. Designing Active Directory Administration and Group Policy Strategy
  • 5. Designing a Network Access Strategy
  • 6. Design a Branch Office Deployment
  • 7. Planning Terminal Services and Application Deployment
  • 8. Server and Application Virtualization
  • 9. Planning and Designing a Public Key Infrastructure
  • 10. Designing a Solution for the Data Sharing, Data Security and Business Continuity
Cisco Certified Network Associate Course Objectives
  • 1. Concept of Networking
  • 2. Networking Devices
  • 3. ISO and TCP/ IP Model Networking
  • 4. Routing and Switching Fundamental
  • 5. IP Addressing and Subnet Masking
  • 6. Configure, Verifying and Troubleshoot VLANs and VTPs
  • 7. Configure, Verify and Troubleshoot RIPv2, OSPF and EIGRP
  • 8. Configure, Verify and Troubleshoot Basic Router Operation
  • 9. Basic Operation Of NAT, Configure NAT
  • 10. Verify Devices Configuration and Network Connectivity
  • 11. Troubleshoot Routing Issue and Implement Basic Router Security
  • 12. IP Traffic Management
  • 13. Standards used in Wireless Media
  • 14. Types of ACLs, Configuration and Applying ACLs
  • 15. PPP Connections
  • 16. Frame Relay Connections
  • 17. Basic of VPN Technology
RHCE Module- 1- RH124 Red Hat System Administration
  • 1. Getting started with the GNOME Graphical Environment
  • 2. Manage Files Graphically with Nautilus
  • 3. Manage Physical Storage
  • 4. Manage Logical Volumes
  • 5. Secure Linux File Access
  • 6. Install Linux Graphically
  • 7. Control the Boot Process
  • 8. Deploy file sharing Services
  • 9. Secure Network Services
Module- 2- RH 135 RED Hat System Administrations II
  • 1. Automated Installation Of RHEL
  • 2. Accessing the command File
  • 3. Intermediate command line tools
  • 4. Controlling Access to file
  • 5. Managing Selinux
  • 6. Managing Process
  • 7. Tuning and Maintaining the Kernel
  • 8. Troubleshooting
Module 3- RH 254 System Administrator III
  • 1. Enhance user Security
  • 2. Bash scripting and Tools
  • 3. File Security with GnuPG
  • 4. Software Management
  • 5. SSL encapsulated web services
  • 6. Web Server Additional Configuration
  • 7. Basic smtp Configuration
  • 8. Caching Only DNS Server
  • 9. File Sharing with NFS
  • 10. File Sharing with CIFS
  • 11. File Sharing with FTP
  • 12. Troubleshooting Boot Process
Introduction of Cloud Computing
  • 1. Introduction of Cloud Computing
  • 2. Component of Cloud Computing Differentiating types of Clouds: Public, Private, Hybrid Personality Development