The main bit of hardware that I need to talk about is a system connector. There is a wide range of names for system connectors, including system cards, Network Interface Cards, NICs. These are all nonspecific terms for a similar bit of equipment. A system card’s occupation is to physically append a PC to a system so that the PC can take an interest in system correspondences. The primary thing that you have to think about system cards is that the system card needs to coordinate the system medium. The system medium alludes to the sort of cabling that is being utilized on the system. Remote systems are a science all their own, and I will discuss them in a different article.


As should be obvious, computers use network cards to send and get information. The information is transmitted over Ethernet links. In any case, you typically can’t simply run an Ethernet link between two PCs and call it a system. Nowadays of fast Internet get to being generally accessible, you have a tendency to hear the term broadband tossed around a considerable measure.

Broadband is a kind of system in which information is sent and gotten over a similar wire. Interestingly, Ethernet utilizes Baseband correspondences. Baseband utilizes isolated wires for sending and accepting information. Hardware and Networking Training Institute in Chennai This means on the off chance that one PC is sending information over a specific wire inside the Ethernet link, then the PC that is accepting the information needs the wire diverted to its getting port.


Our Curriculum

Section 1:Introduction to PC & Operating System 
Operating System Overview
History of Computer Operating system
Section 2:Configure & Apply BIOS Settings   
Differentiate between motherboard components, their purposes, and properties
Compare and contrast RAM types and features
Install and configure expansion cards, Identify connector types and associated cables
Section 3:Install an appropriate power supply based on a given scenario   
Evaluate & select appropriate components for a custom configuration,
to meet customer specifications or needs
evaluate types and features of display devices
Identify connector types and associated cables
Section 4:Application Management   
Installing / updating /upgrading Windows components and 3rd party apps
Application integration and Troubleshooting
OUTLOOK and WEB Mail configuration
Section 5:Directive Elements   
page directive
include directive
taglib directive
Section 6:Disaster management & Storage management  
Backup software – WBT, Genie, NOVA, Symantec management
Backup / Restore OS, Files, and Apps
Making disaster plan
Section 7:Security   
1) Security threats and solutions
2) Antivirus and corporate security
3) Anti spam,Anti malware software, and functions and configuration
Section 8:Identify types of network cables and connectors   
Categorize characteristics of connectors and cabling
Explain properties and characteristics of TCP/IP
Explain common TCP and UDP ports, protocols, and their purpose
Internet Sharing and Internet management
Section 9:Identify various types of networks   
Configuring DNS Server, Configuring DHCP servers and DHCP Relay Agents
VPN and Firewall Management, WiFi configuration
Creating WIFI networks, Designing LAN / Wireless Networks
Identifying Cisco Routers and Switches, Configuring Cisco routing protocols
Designing LAN / Wireless Networks