Networking gets data from one computer to another, and to and from storage. Many end-user computers are connected via wireless connections, while servers and other major hardware are still connected via copper wire or fiber-optic cable. Aside from the transmission media used, networking involves the setup and maintenance of hubs, routers, switches, firewalls, and other network hardware, which control and direct the flow of network traffic.
For many people, certification training and exams can be intimidating. There’s alot of material covered in a relatively short period of time, and each concept is as important to learn as the next....