CompTIA Net+ | Microsoft MTA Networking: COMPARE AND CONTRAST THE CHARACTERISTICS OF NETWORK TYPES

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Follow @ASM_Educational Taking a Network+ exam? here are some network types you should know. What is a LAN ? A local area network (LAN) is a computer network within a small geographical area such as a home, school, computer laboratory, office building or group of buildings. A LAN is composed of inter-connected workstations and personal… Read more »

CompTIA Network+ | Microsoft MTA Networking: Domain Name System (DNS)

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Follow @ASM_Educational     (Domain Name System) The Internet’s system for converting alphabetic names into numeric IP addresses. For example, when a Web address (URL) is typed into a browser, DNS servers return the IP address of the Web server associated with that name. In this made-up example, the DNS converts the URL www.company.com into… Read more »

Amazon AWS Nat Instance and NAT gateway

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Follow @ASM_Educational       The NAT Instance Install the NAT instance from Community AMI When creating a NAT instance , make sure Disable source/destination check Nat Instance must be in public subnet There must be route out of private subnet and pointed to NAT instance You Need to have a Security group for NAT… Read more »

Amazon AWS DNS Records Types

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Follow @ASM_Educational   From Wikipedia     Type Description Function A Address Record  Returns a 32-bit IPv4 address, most commonly used to map hostnames to an IP address of the host,but it is also used for DNSBLs, storing subnet masks in RFC 1101, etc. CNAME  Canonical Name Record Alias of one name to another: the… Read more »

Which IT Certification should I get first?

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Follow @ASM_Educational Do You Have What It Takes for a Career in Technology? Information Technology (IT) has become such a widespread career choice. But few people actually know what IT is and what its discipline entails. The digital world may tempt you to jump on the information technology wagon. But is it the right choice… Read more »

CompTIA A+ | Microsoft MTA O/S:Common Cloud Models

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Follow @ASM_Educational Common Cloud Models CompTIA A+ | Microsoft MTA O/S: Exam objectives 4.1 Introduction to Cloud Computing Simply put, cloud computing is the delivery of computing services—including servers, storage, databases, networking, software, analytics, and intelligence—over the Internet (“the cloud”) to offer faster innovation, flexible resources, and economies of scale. You typically pay only for… Read more »

CompTIA A+ | Microsoft MTA O/S: Backup and recovery

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Follow @ASM_Educational Backup and recovery procedures protect your data against data loss and reconstruct the data, should loss occur. When searching for a backup solution, you’ll find that there are two main types of backups: “file-level backup” and “image-level backup.” File-Level Backup File-level backups are the most common type of backup. This method has been… Read more »

CompTIA A+ | Microsoft MTA O/S: Training (Laptop Buses)

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Follow @ASM_Educational Source by Wikipedia A bus is a set of signal pathways that allow information to travel between components inside or outside of a computer. Laptop Buses PCMCIA or PC Card Personal Computer memory card international association is a type of bus use for laptops. There are different types of cards and you primarily… Read more »

CompTIA A+ | Microsoft MTA O/S: Types of Buses

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Follow @ASM_EducationalSource by Wikipedia A bus is a set of signal pathways that allow information to travel between components inside or outside of a computer.     Types of Bus   External bus or Expansion bus allows the CPU to talk to the other devices in the computer and vice versa. It is called that because… Read more »

CompTIA A+/Network+ | Microsoft MTA O/S / Networking: Straight-through, Crossover, and Rollover Wiring

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Follow @ASM_Educational   ComputerCableStore   When talking about cable pinouts we often get questions as to the difference in Straight-through, Crossover, and Rollover wiring of cables and the intended use for each type of cable. These terms are referring to the way the cables are wired (which pin on one end is connected to which pin… Read more »

CompTIA A+ | Microsoft MTA O/S: MOD Advanced Computer Troubleshooting II

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Follow @ASM_Educational Source Quizlet   What are three common problem areas with laptops? Displays Storage devices and RAM Power and input devices     What tasks are associated with verifying work order information? Troubleshooting     What are the three possible areas that a technician must check for printer errors? The device Cable connection The… Read more »

CompTIA A+ | Microsoft MTA O/S: -Inkjet printer

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Source: Adopted From www.computerhope.com The most popular printer for home computer users that prints by spraying streams of quick-drying ink on paper. The ink is stored in disposable ink cartridges, often a separate cartridge is used for each of the major colors.

CompTIA A+ | Microsoft MTA O/S: AIO Printer

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Source: Adopted From www.computerhope.com Alternatively referred to as a Multifunction printer(MFP), AIO is short for All-In-One. It is used to describe a hardware device such as an all-in-one printerthat is a printer, fax, and scanner all in one device.

CompTIA A+ | Microsoft MTA O/S: How a virus works

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Source Computer Hope     The word “virus” is often used as a common term for all malicious programs, but technically a virus is a program or code that attaches itself to a legitimate, executable piece of software, and then reproduces itself when that program is run.