Advance Computer Hardware & Networking Professional
Right Step in Your Networking Career
Turnkey IT Training offers comprehensive Computer Hardware and Networking oriented training under the guidance of highly experienced faculty members.
Advance Computer Hardware Networking Professional (ACHNP) course aimed at giving an industrial exposure in the field of hardware and networking
ACHNP packed with 5 major popular courses in the networking path. The first three courses validate and guarantee that a candidate can work in a fully operational network environment independently. The MCSA offered by Microsoft corporation and CCNA offered by Cisco Systems Inc further guarantees the candidate’s ability to working in the latest Windows platform and can well manage Routing and Switching concepts of Cisco routers respectively.
On successful completion, recruitment assistance is also provided to the students. Each training course provides the opportunity to expertise in vast fields of computer hardware and networking. With these courses students can not only acquire a suitable job opportunity for themselves but also set up their own business.
Our association with major corporate sectors and multinational companies ensures that the training provided by us matches the requirement of the present industry need
Select the ACHNP course and stand out to gain the following advantages !!!
- 6 Certifications. 4 Local & 2 international qualifications (including each from Microsoft & Cisco)
- With less investment & time, gain IT industry’s most preferred technical qualifications
- 12% Discount on course Fee.
- Job placement offers by Turnkey
- Free Company T-Shirt
Advance Computer Hardware Networking Professional Course contents are as follows:
- Introduction to Hardware & System theory.
- Mother Boards, CPU, Memory, Hard Disk, Floppy Disk, etc
- Dissembling Assembling & Internal Architecture of PCs.
- Monitors & Display Adapters.
- Partitioning, Formatting & System Configurations.
- Installing Windows XP, Operating System.
- Installing System Drivers & Utilities.
- Upgrading, Servicing & Maintaining Computers.
- PC Repairing, Diagnostics & Troubleshooting Problems.
- Modems, Web Configuration (Internet, E- mail).
- Installing Web Cameras, TV Cards & Multimedia Essentials.
- Configuring, Recording Audio & Video Streams.
- Local Area (LAN) / Wide Area (WAN) Networking Concepts.
- Introduction to Network Hardware Components, Topologies & Protocols.
- Configuring a Peer to Peer Network & Sharing Network Resources.
- Installing & Configuring Windows 7/8 Operating System.
- Installing Software Packages (Microsoft Office 2007) & Virus Guards.
- Installing Linux Mint/Ubuntu Operating System & Desktop Effects.
Hands-on Practical Using Latest Intel CORE i7 & CORE 2 Duo Systems.
- Introduction to Networking & Network Operating Systems.
- Introduction to Network Hardware Components.
- LAN, WAN, MAN, CAN, TAN, HAN Networking Concepts.
- Installing Latest Windows 2012 R2/ 7 / 8
- Installing Windows Server 2008 Standard and Enterprise Editions.
- Implementing a Real-Time Workgroup Environment.
- Introduction To IP Addresses, Classes & Assigning I Settings
- Sharing Resources, Messaging & Remote Desktop Configurations.
- Configuring a Microsoft Domain Environment Using Active Directory.
- Promoting / Demoting Primary Domain Controllers & Additional Domain Controllers.
- Microsoft Windows 2008 Administration Tools & Methods.
- User Profiles, Home Folders & Remote Administration Tasks.
- Managing Windows 2012 Domain Environment.
- Configuring Disk Storage Using Basic / Dynamic Disks & Server Disk Mirroring.
- Installing and configuring a DHCP Server & Client Environments.
- Installing & Managing Printers in Windows Server 2008.
- Installing, Configuring & Testing a DNS Server.
- Installing & Configuring a Remote Access Server (RAS).
- Hosting Web, FTP Sites & Web Sharing using Internet Information Service (Web Server).
- Sharing Internet, Monitoring & Restricting Web Sites Using a Proxy Server.
- Sending & Receiving E-Mails Using Microsoft Exchange Server (E-mail).
- Network Base Installations Using Windows Deployment Service (WDS).
- Installing & Configuring a Co-Operate Virus Guard (Server & Client Versions).
- Network Maintenance & Making Your Own Network Cable.
- Dedicated Labs with Unlimited Individual Practical’s & Proper Guidance.
- Domain Configurations are done using real-time “XEON Dual Processor” Server Systems.
Linux Administration & Security:
- What is Linux?
- What is a Linux Distribution?
- What is GNU?
- What is Free Software
- What is Open Source Software
- Free Software vs. Open Source Software
- Popular Linux Distributions
- What is UBUNTU
- List of UBUNTU releases
- UBUNTU Variants
- UBUNTU Derivates
- Why choose UBUNTU Linux
- Getting Help for UBUNTU
- What is Debian
- List of Debian releases
- Getting Help for Debian
- Why switch from Windows to Linux
- History of GNU and LINUX in a Breeze
- History of Linux Distributions
Working with the Command Line
- Things to Remember about Commands and the Command Line Interface
- Man Pages
- Directory Listing Commands
- Directory Browsing Commands
- Object Management Commands
- File and Folder Searching Commands
- Mounting Commands
- Disk Usage Commands
- System Information Commands
- Compressing and Uncompressing Commands
- User Command History
- User and Group Management Command
- How to Manage the Access to Objects (Ext Permissions)
- Enable Object Colorization in Debian
Installing Debian Linux
- System Requirements
- Choosing the correct Hardware architecture
- Starting the Debian installation
- In-depth discussion about the installation
- Post installation instructions
- Installing Debian in a VirtualPC
Configuring Network Setting
- Network Hardware Accessories
- Operating System Configurations
- Choosing an IP Address
- IP Classifications
- Choosing a Network Class
- Different Methods to Interconnect Computers
- Configuring Network Settings on Ubuntu
- How to Set a Static IP in Ubuntu
- How to Change the Hostname in Ubuntu
- Configuring a Mobile Broadband Connection in Ubuntu
- Configuring Network Settings on Debian
- How to Set a Static IP in Debian
- How to Change the Hostname in Debian
- Checking the hostname and the IP
- Checking the Connectivity between Computers and Troubleshooting
Software Management in Debian
- Debian Software Repositories
- Command Line Package Management Tools
- Managing Debian Software Repositories
- Managing Software Packages in the System
- Finding Out Information about Currently Installed and Available Packages
- Installing / Updating New Packages
- Upgrading Packages
- Removing Packages
- Configuring Debian Multimedia 3rd Party Repository
- Setting the Package Manager to use a Proxy Server
- Automatically Download Updates
- Other Useful Apt Options
- Installing Synaptic GUI Package Manager
Configuring Network Services
Remote Access Servers
- Configuring SSH server
- SSH client configuration
- SCP – Secure copy
- Securing a SSH server
- Password less authentications using Public Keys
- Accessing a SSH server using a Windows Client
- Configuring a VNC Server
- Accessing a VNC Server from a Client
- Tunnel VNC through a SSH connection
- Configuring a CUPS server
- Adding a Local Printer for Sharing
- Authorizing the Printer Server
- Configuring Printer Classes
- Configuring Printer Clients
- Configuring a Standalone Samba Server
- Add Linux users to the samba database
- Remove Linux users from samba database
- Share the folder using samba
- Configuring Samba Clients – Windows/Linux
- Giving Writing Privileges to the User’s Home Folder
- Access Shared Folders on Windows form Ubuntu/Debian
- Sharing a Printer on Linux with Windows using Samba
- Accessing a Shared Printer on Windows from Ubuntu
- Configuring a Active Directory Authenticated Samba Server
- Configuring a NIS Master server
- Adding Central User and Group Accounts on the Master Server
- Configuring NIS Clients
- Changing NIS User Password
- Configuring a NIS Slave Server
- Creating a DHCP scope file
- Configuring DHCP Clients
- Configuring a Squid Proxy Server
- Configuring Proxy Clients
- Filtering Web Access using Dansguardian
- Reconfiguring Proxy Clients to use Squid through Dansguardian
- Configuring Dansguardian Filters
- Monitoring Internet Usage
- Enable User Authentication in Squid
- Filter Users by their Names
- DNS Basics
- DNS Namespace Hierarchy
- Configuring a Second Level DNS Server for Our Domain
- Forward Lookup Zone
- Reverse Lookup Zone
- Authorizing the zone files
- Configuring DNS Clients
- Configuring the Apache Web server
- Publishing the multiple web sites
- Name based VirtualHosts
- IP based VirtualHosts
- Hosting a SSL enabled web site with a self singed SSL certificate
- Configuring a Postfix Mail Server
- Configure postfix to use Simple Authentication and Security Layer (SASL)
- Configuring Dovecot
- Configuring Squirrelmail
- Creating a mail users
- Forwarding Emails
- Virtual Emails
- Configuring Mail Clients
- Access the Web Mail Client
- Configuring Vsftpd server
- Configuring a Authenticated FTP server
- Enable upload for Authenticated users
- Restrict Authenticated users to their Home folders
- Restrict users from accessing the ftp server
- Configuring FTP Clients
- Accessing an anonyms ftp server
- Accessing an authenticated ftp server
Configuring the Firewall
- Introduction to Iptables and UFW
- Enable/Disable the Firewall
- Checking the firewall status
- Verify the services and their port numbers
- Allow/Deny specific IPs to access all services
- Allow/Deny anybody to access specific services
- Allow/Deny specific IPs to access specific services
- Delete firewall rules
Microsoft Certified Solution Associate (70-410 R2):
- Installing and configuring server 2012
- Deploying and Managing Windows Server 2012.
- Introduction to Active Directory Domain Services.
- Managing Active Directory Domain Services Objects.
- Automating Active Directory Domain Services Admin.
- Implementing IPv4.
- Implementing Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol.
- Implementing Domain Name System.
- Implementing IPv6
- Implementing Local Storage.
- Implementing File and print Services.
- Implementing Group Policy.
- Securing Windows Servers using Group Policy Objects.
- Implementing Server Virtualization with Hyper-V
Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA 200-120):
- Broadcast & Collision Domain
- Types of Memory & Boot Sequence of CISCO.
- Basic IOS Commands
- Banners, Passwords and Password Recovery.
- IP Address (IPv4) & Su netting
- Interfaces in CISCO Devices & Configurations.
- Network Cables.
- Routing Protocols.
- Access List (ACL).
- Network Troubleshooting Tools.
- Network Address Translation (NAT)
- Configure CISCO Router as a DHCP Server
- Access & Trunk Ports
- VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP)
- OSI & TCP/IP Layers.
- MAC Address.
- IP Address Version 6 (IPv6)
- Implementing EIGRP & OSPF for IPv6.
- Understand & Configure Layer 3 Redundancy Protocols.
- Understand & Configure EtherChannel.
- Understanding Spanning- Tree Protocol.
- Configure & Verify Syslog.
Fast Track Duration : 4 Months (Mon to Thu 9.30am – 4.30pm)
Saturday Batch Duration : 7 Months (Saturdays 9.30am – 4.30pm)
Sunday Batch Duration : 7 Months (Sundays 9.30am – 4.30pm)
Evening Batch Duration : 8 Months (Mon &Wed 5.45pm – 8.15pm)
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