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Hardware & Networking Training in Mumbai

Innovation is changing the manner in which we live and work.
As the innovation is expanding the test with mechanical things has been expanded.
To confront the provokes identified with innovation, one needs to have the information on  hardware equipment and systems administration courses.
Equipment and systems administration engineer have what it takes to manage innovation related issues.
It is basic to build up the correct aptitudes by seeking after a course of equipment and systems administration.
Computer is an everytime changing field that is constantly making with advancement wrapping up progressively present day.
Turning into a PC pro is a trying endeavor to normally loosen up a work of complex interlink parts and discover the source, or various sources, of an issue.
Being an equipment engineer one can turn into an independent field professional or even a system build and procure a decent measure of cash.
Equipment designing may not be the exciting activity on the earth, yet once you get prepared, the world would need you.
So seek the knowledge of Hardware and Networking from a reputed school and fly high in your career.

40 Hours

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In Hardware and Networking, we will cover computer parts, how to assemble the computer right from the scratch, BIOS settings, Different types of cables, Partitioning and Formatting of a Hard Disk, OS installation with device drivers, crimping of cables, file sharing, TCP/IP, IPv4/IPv6  addressing, Subnetting in IPv4, DHCP, DNS, Networking devices such as HUB, Bridge, Switch, Router etc.

We will also be sending the student at client location for practical exposure and give you the internship certificate.

  1. Hardware

    Identify different computer peripherals Basic Electronic circuits
    Computer Fundamentals
    Install and configure different hardware resources
    Installing and Managing Computer Peripherals
    Assembling, disassembling and troubleshooting
    Installing, configuring operating system, device driver and Application Program
    Installing Operating System and device drivers
    Identify different computer LAN Components
    Install and configure different Essential LAN Components
    Design Networks and Cabling Troubleshoot Basic Network Issues                                  

    Installing configuring Network Operating System
    Install Network Server-Client computers
    Basic Dos Command
    Booting Sequence of PC
    Information of Various Types of Motherboard, Processor,
    Memory, Hard-Disk
    Installation and Partition of Hard-disc
    Difference between FAT & NTFS
    Loading of Operating system WIN 7
    Installation of Drivers and Various Applications
    Functions of Win7 and How to Reset Password, Ghost Image
    Various Tools of Operation.

  2. Networking

    Introduction about Networks wire and wireless Network. Information about different wireless technologies.
    Types of signal
    Types of Network ( Lan, Man, wan)
    Basic requirement to generate Networks NICS, Cables, devices protocols
    Network topology Logical (Ethernet, SONET, Ring ) Physical (BUS, RING, STAR, Mesh, Tree, Hybride)
    Types of Network structure (Point to Point & Client Server)
    Introduction of IP Address , TCP/ IP ,IPV4, IPV6
    IP Addressing of TCP/ IP, IPV4, (Class A,B,C)
    Private & Public IPS (Differences)
    Subnetting of (  Class A, B,C)
    OSI Layer Model
    Cabling & Crimping ( How to connect two different device, How to  make straight & cross cable)
    Assigning IP Addressing
    Checking Connectivity
    What is DNS? Information about DNS Server
    How to connect your computer with server /Domain (How to change     Host name)
    What is DHCP ? How it work, functions of DHCP.
    APIPA Range IP
    Sharing files & folder
    Sharing Printer
    Net Meeting
    Remote Sharing Service
    Windows help &supports services
    Sharing Internet (Cyber Camp setup)
    How to make WIFI Network SOHO (Small Office Home Office)

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