• A Essentials Objectives
  • Number of Exam Questions 8 questions Total Time About 20 minutes Section 6.9: Network Troubleshooting Summary
  • Lab/Activity Fix a Network Connection Number of Exam Questions 4 questions Total Time
  • Video/Demo Time 6.10.1 IP version 6 8:13 Number of Exam Questions
  • Number of Exam Questions 2 questions Total Time
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    Section 6.8: Infrared and Bluetooth

    Summary


    This section examines two additional wireless communication methods that can be used:


    • Infrared (IrDA)

    • Bluetooth

      • Common applications for Bluetooth include:

    Students will learn how to:



    • Configure a Windows device to be discoverable for Bluetooth connections.

    • Create a pairing between two Bluetooth devices.

    • Configure synchronization and service settings for Bluetooth devices.
    A Essentials Objectives:

      • Communication connections

        • Bluetooth

        • Infrared

    • 4.3 Compare and contrast the different network types

      • Bluetooth


    Lecture Focus Questions:

    • What are typical infrared devices and applications?

    • What advantages does Bluetooth offer over infrared?

    • Which types of devices typically use Bluetooth wireless?

    • How does Bluetooth avoid interference with other Bluetooth devices in the area?

    • Of the three classes that Bluetooth devices are classified to, which transmits the farthest? Which is the most common class used by devices?



    Video/Demo Time



    video6.8.1 Infrared and Bluetooth 4:49
    demo6.8.2 Configuring Bluetooth Connections 8:21
    Total 13:10

    Number of Exam Questions


    8 questions

    Total Time


    About 20 minutes

    Section 6.9: Network Troubleshooting

    Summary


    This section provides the following guidelines for troubleshooting network connections:


    • Verify the network adapter.

    • Verify physical connectivity.

    • Verify the TCP/IP configuration.

    • Verify network connectivity.

    Students will learn how to:




    • View the status of a network connection.

    • Use ping and ipconfig to troubleshoot network connectivity problems.
    A Essentials Objectives:




      • Command prompt utilities

        • ping

        • ipconfig

      • Status indicators


    Lecture Focus Questions:

    • What is the first thing you should try if the link light is not lit? What should you try next?

    • What should you try if all of the computers on the network are having the same problem?

    • What kind of problem is likely indicated when you can ping a device by the IP address but not the host name?

    • What additional information is shown when you use the /all switch with the ipconfig command?



    Video/Demo Time



    video6.9.1 Network Troubleshooting 4:34
    demo6.9.2 Troubleshooting Network Connectivity 9:26
    Total 14:00

    Lab/Activity


    • Fix a Network Connection

    Number of Exam Questions


    4 questions

    Total Time


    About 25 minutes

    Section 6.10: IP version 6

    Summary


    This section discusses the following details about the new IP version 6 addressing standard:


    • Reason for the new addressing standard.

    • Size and format of the new addresses.

    • Concise forms for addresses with consecutive zeros.

    • Parts of the 128-bit address:

      • Prefix

      • Interface ID



    A Essentials Objectives:




    • 4.1 Summarize the basics of networking fundamentals, including technologies, devices and protocols


    Lecture Focus Questions:

    • What is the primary reason for developing IPv6?

    • How many hexadecimal numbers are in an IPv6 address?

    • What do you add to an IPv6 address when you remove one or more quartets with all 0’s?

    • What information is included within the IPv6 address prefix?

    • How many numbers are used for the interface ID?

    Video/Demo Time



    video6.10.1 IP version 6 8:13

    Number of Exam Questions


    2 questions

    Total Time


    About 10 minutes

    Section 6.11: HomeGroup

    Summary


    This section discusses using HomeGroup to share manage and manage authentication of resources on a home network. Concepts covered include:

    Students will learn how to:




    • Create a HomeGroup.

    • Join an existing HomeGroup.

    • Share resources with a HomeGroup.



    A Essentials Objectives:




    • 3.2 Given a scenario, demonstrate proper use of user interfaces

      • My Network Places / HomeGroup


    Lecture Focus Questions:

    • How does the network interface profile affect your ability to create or join a HomeGroup?

    • How many HomeGroups can a single computer join? How many HomeGroups can exist on a single LAN segment?

    • How is access to a HomeGroup and its resources controlled?

    Video/Demo Time



    demo6.11.1 Implementing HomeGroups 8:31

    Number of Exam Questions


    2 questions

    Total Time


    About 10 minutes
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