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i was told not to learn with eli computer guy or mike meyers so looking for other suggestions



powerCert on YouTube has a 3 hour video on network+ (another 3 hour animated video on a + certification also)


i see arp lines being drawn back and forth where 2 computers are sending and asking for information

dns where a third computer has the domain name

animation helps me but i feel i am just memorizing and not understanding


professor messor has a different approach.
he is a talking head on top right of each powerpoint slide and tells us what keyword to memorize.
usually 3 keywords a slide

i dont understand why seeing him talk on a 1 inch( 2 cm) by 1 inch corner adds to the learning.

it is just powerpoint memorizing 3 keywords a slide
no background



is there a better way to learn network +

i do not care about cramming for a test;
i rather just understand the material


please add zones because i am unsure what zone
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I would recommend getting some books. Even though they're not interactive, they will help you understand concepts that don't necessarily draw out very well.

Skillsoft has some only material that isn't bad either. There are other online vendors for course material as well, just check to see what you have access to through existing affiliations (such as school, job, and so on).
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And get 2 or more computers, and a programmable router (doesn't have to be high end, just functional, and should not be the low-end consumer models that are not programmable).  That will help you start playing with and testing out how these things work.

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You need sound understanding of the computer first. The newer technology are changing again with the newer systems and protocols with the Internet of Things.
Let's start here with the
Network+Study Guide Second Edition, 2001, scroll down to page xxv-25
then once you grasp it and know the right questions you can research video on youtube. And the internet. N+ video
https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=n%2B+videos
Do you know which specific subject you are interested? As it is a large subject and most will fall under some form of certification training courses.
N+ Video is too broad.
Here's a selection you can choose from, each opens to a youtube video.
This is the complete index to their entire series of free CompTIA Network+ training course videos. All of the CompTIA Network+ training videos are completely free; watch all of the videos online.
Professor Messer’s N10-004 CompTIA Network+ Training Course
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