After you take this course, you'll understand IPv4 completely. This course may be an introduction to IPv4 for new IT professionals, but don't make the mistake of thinking that means it's shallow. You'll learn how to configure IPv4, set up subnetting, use DHCP and even troubleshoot network addresses.
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21 VIRTUAL LABS
0 PRACTICE EXAMS
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TCP/IP IPv4 FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
This TCP-IP IPv4 course is meant to be a comprehensive introduction to the concepts and advanced configurations of IPv4, and so the ideal audience is any networking professional in the early stages of their career. If you have even a moment's hesitation about advanced IPv4 configurations, take this course.
Yes, this IPv4 training was designed to prepare learners for CompTIA's Core 220-1001 A+ certification exam. 220-1001 is a long and comprehensive exam, and this course only covers the IPv4 content of it. It also remains an excellent resource for anyone who doesn't plan to earn the A+.
You should consider the A+ from CompTIA after this TCP-IP IPv4 course since it's meant to be a resource to help IT professionals earn that certification. Keep in mind that there are two exams for earning the A+, however, and this course only covers portions of the first exam.
You should take this IPv4 training if your understanding of IPv4 is limited to "IPv6 has more addresses". It might be true, but IPv6 being the superior routing protocol doesn't mean IPv4 isn't the most commonly used protocol in the world or knowing how to configure it isn't career-defining.