Networking Fundamentals (98-366) Practice Exam
Networking Fundamentals (98-366) Practice Exam
About Networking Fundamentals (98-366) Certification Exam
The Microsoft Networking Fundamentals certification is designed to assess candidates’ knowledge of fundamental Networking concepts and build their career in Networking domain.
This MTA exam must be purchased by June 30, 2021. If you are currently studying for this exam, it must be taken within one year, by June 30, 2022, at which point it will be retired.
- Published: August 2, 2010
- Languages: English, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese (Brazil), Russian, Spanish, Spanish (Latin America)
- Audiences: Academic
- Technology: Windows Server 2016
- Credit toward certification: MTA
Who should take this exam?
Candidates for this exam are familiar with general networking concepts and the technologies. Candidates should have some hands-on experience with Windows Server, Windows-based networking, network management tools, DNS, TCP/IP, names resolution process, and network protocols and topologies.
Course Structure for Networking Fundamentals (98-366) Certification Exam
The percentages indicate the relative
weight of each major topic area on the exam. The higher the percentage,
the more questions you are likely to see on that content area on the
exam. There are exam updates effective as of January 31, 2018.
1. Understanding network infrastructures (30–35%)
- Understand the concepts of Internet, intranet, and extranet - Virtual Private Network (VPN), security zones, firewalls
- Understand local area networks (LANs) - Perimeter networks; addressing; reserved address ranges for local use (including local loopback IP), VLANs; wired LAN and wireless LAN
- Understand wide area networks (WANs) - Leased lines, dial-up, ISDN, VPN, T1, T3, E1, E3, DSL, cable modem, and more, and their characteristics (speed, availability)
- Understand wireless networking - Types of wireless networking standards and their characteristics (802.11a,b,g,n,ac including different GHz ranges), types of network security (WPA, WEP, 802.1X, and others), point-to-point (P2P) wireless, ad hoc networks, wireless bridging
- Understand network topologies and access methods - Star, mesh, ring, bus, logical and physical topologies
2. Understanding network hardware (20–25%)
- Understand switches - Transmission speed, number and type of ports, number of uplinks, speed of uplinks, managed or unmanaged switches, VLAN capabilities, Layer 2 and Layer 3 switches and security options, hardware redundancy, support, backplane speed, switching types and MAC table, understand capabilities of hubs versus switches, virtual switches
- Understand routers - Transmission speed considerations, directly connected routes, static routing, dynamic routing (routing protocols), RIP vs. OSPF, default routes; routing table and how it selects best route(s); routing table memory, Network Address Translation (NAT), software routing in Windows Server, installing and configuring routing; Quality of Service (QoS)
- Understand media types - Cable types and their characteristics, including media segment length and speed; fiber optic; twisted pair shielded or unshielded; catxx cabling, wireless; susceptibility to external interference (machinery and power cables); susceptibility to electricity (lightning), susceptibility to interception
3. Understanding protocols and services (45-50%)
- Understand the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model - OSI model; Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) model; examples of devices, protocols, applications, and which OSI/TCP layer they belong to; TCP and User Datagram Protocol (UDP); well-known ports for most used purposes (not necessarily Internet); packets and frames
- Understand IPv4 - Subnetting, IPconfig, why use Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4), addressing, ipv4toipv6 tunneling protocols to ensure backward compatibility, dual IP stack, subnetmask, gateway, ports, packets, reserved address ranges for local use (including local loopback IP)
- Understand IPv6 - Subnetting, IPconfig, why use IPv6, addressing, ipv4toipv6 tunneling protocols to ensure backward compatibility, dual IP stack, subnetmask, gateway, ports, packets, reserved address ranges for local use (including local loopback IP)
- Understand names resolution - DNS, resource records, Windows Internet Name Service (WINS), steps in the name resolution process, HOSTS file, LMHOSTS file
- Understand networking services - Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), Network Address Translation (NAT), firewalls, remote access, VPN
- Understand TCP/IP - Tools (such as ping), tracert, pathping, Telnet, IPconfig, netstat, reserved address ranges for local use (including local loopback IP), protocols
What do we offer?
- Full-Length Mock Test with unique questions in each test set
- Practice objective questions with section-wise scores
- In-depth and exhaustive explanation for every question
- Reliable exam reports to evaluate strengths and weaknesses
- Latest Questions with an updated version
- Tips & Tricks to crack the test
- Unlimited access
What are our Practice Exams?
- Practice exams have been designed by professionals and domain experts that simulate real time exam scenario.
- Practice exam questions have been created on the basis of content outlined in the official documentation.
- Each set in the practice exam contains unique questions built with the intent to provide real-time experience to the candidates as well as gain more confidence during exam preparation.
- Practice exams help to self-evaluate against the exam content and work towards building strength to clear the exam.
- You can also create your own practice exam based on your choice and preference
100% Assured Test Pass Guarantee
We have built the TestPrepTraining Practice exams with 100% Unconditional and assured Test Pass Guarantee!
If you are not able to clear the exam, you can ask for a 100% refund.