• CompTIA Network+

  • The Ultimate Beginners Guide to Learn Basic Networking Components for CompTIA Network + Certification
  • By: Jacobs Myers
  • Narrated by: Rudy Norman
  • Length: 5 hrs and 15 mins
  • 1.6 out of 5 stars (16 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Would you like to make a big step into the world of technology and computer networking? Have you ever thought about working as a network technician and dive deeper into IT? Or maybe you just want to learn the most important things about computer networking and then make decisions?

This book will give you all the answers, so just keep reading...

We are very excited to represent our most recent product: Comp Tia Network+: The Ultimate Beginners Guide to Learn Basic Networking Components for CompTIA Network + Certification.

The vast majority of people these days have nothing to do with the constantly growing technology industry or computer networking. But some people notice that without that every else falls apart and will not function in the near future. Science and technology will cover as much as food and water money wise a couple of decades from now, so it is really important for you to have at least the basic knowledge of IT in order to go together with the world's economy.

CompTIA Network+ is an entry-level certificate that has been created to measure the skills of a network technician. Furthermore, in light of the fact that the Network+ certification is expansive and it covers the whole field of systems administration, experts need this certification rather than just Microsoft or Novell, for instance. Along these lines, it very well may be a test to prepare for the Network+ test.

Let’s take a look at a few things you will get out of this book:

  • Network fundamentals
  • OSI model master guide
  • Understanding of major network operating systems
  • How to install and upgrade a network?
  • Everything you need to know about security systems
  • Complete Network+ certificate preparation
  • Summary of each operation system
  • Much more…

Is this book going to prepare me for the Network+ test completely? Does this book have more than basic knowledge? Is this book more like a step-up towards bigger and greater skills of IT?

CompTIA Network+ is a complete guide for Network+ certification. It has all the basic knowledge that is required to pass the test.

More than that, next to each specific component and network system we put extra important information that is required for a little higher level certificates so for people who want to learn more, this guide is a perfect choice.

It is a step up toward greater and more advanced skills but as mentioned before this guide has more than enough information for complete beginners who are looking just for a Network+ certificate.

Now that you understand the importance of science and technology, it is your turn to take action.

©2020 Jacobs Myers (P)2020 Jacobs Myers
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audio sounds computer-generated. unnatural, and difficult to listen to. really was hoping to learn from this audible. :(

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Slight language barrier

Translation issues. Logical is "intelligent." Device is "gadget." Quite a few random words. You can follow it, but the errors are distracting.

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Poorly Translated

You wouldn't necessarily detect it only listening to the book's preview, but this sounds like something which was translated into English and never really proofread. Why a narrator, upon seeing the script, would agree to read it anyhow, I have absolutely no idea.

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Not my Style

Seems to wordy for my taste could of covered more topics and seems dated.

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Dated & vey incomplete

The reader sounded somewhat competent, but the book used very dated terminology that may have been more appropriate when XP was new

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Need to find a way to return.

I am struggling with understanding this poorly scripted audio book. I also do not see a way to refund can someone please help?

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Sounds like a Bad Translation or a Robot

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Not very good

This book is very outdated. In the first chapter it talks about Pentium II servers running on Windows 95 or NT. Do yourself a favor and find a more up to date book.

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can't say much because there was nothing to hear. I checked every chapter. switched between books to be shore. That I hadn't done something but nope there was no audio for the hole book.

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Translated badly.

This would be quite a nice basic overview except that it is translated into English without any concept of correct connotation. At times laughable, at times difficult to understand. You will spend too much time trying to figure out what is actually

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  • MR T S NOWELL
  • 09-28-20

Out of date!! Sooo out of date!

Please don't buy/read/consume this book or audiobook It talks of Windows 95 and 98. Pentium 2 servers and lists ethernet cabling that ends at CAT 6. Do not waste your time!

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  • Colin Clark
  • 06-30-20

bad translation

Badly translated to English. I would not recommend this. Look else where for a better translation or an english version.

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