Our Recommended Resources for the CompTIA Network+

These are the resources we recommend to prepare for and pass the CompTIA Network+ certification.

Be sure to also work through a sufficient number of practice exam questions and build plenty of hands-on experience when preparing for the Network+ exam.

Recommended Resource #1:

Todd Lammle’s CompTIA Network+ Deluxe Study Guide

Todd writes some pretty good books on a variety of certifications, such as the Cisco CCNA and CCENT and of course the CompTIA Network+.  This book from Todd is a straight forward read that should be pretty good for anyone, although I think his explanation of subnetting could be a little better here.  This is a solid book for your Network+ studies. You can get this book from Amazon here. (By using this affiliate link, I may earn a small commission).


Recommended Resource #2: 

Mike Meyers’ CompTIA Network+ Certification Passport

I like most of Mike Meyers’ books as they are well written, informative, and align well to their respective exams.  His Network+ Passport book is designed as an overview, which is perfect if you’re already up to speed on much of the Network+ exam topics. It is a great supplement for Lammle’s book above as well. You can get this book from Amazon here. (By using this affiliate link, I may earn a small commission).


Recommended Resource #3:

CompTIA Network+ Practice Tests

This book contains lots of practice test questions, which you’ll want to review to make sure you’re prepared for the exam. It’s probably best to combine this book with the ones I’ve listed above to make sure you’re fully prepared. You can get this book from Amazon here. (By using this affiliate link, I may earn a small commission).

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Matt Day

Matt Day

Matt Day is a cybersecurity professional with over twenty years of experience in the IT, cybersecurity and technology training fields. He has a degree in Computer Information Science and CompTIA A+, Network+, Security+, Server+, CySA+, and Cisco CCNA certifications. Matt is the author of the book CCENT Troubleshooting Guide.