Troubleshooting with Network Analyzer

מק"ט: #882 | משך קורס: 24 שעות אק'

A Network Analyzer (also known as a network analyzer or protocol analyzer or, for particular types of networks, an Ethernet Network Analyzer or wireless Network Analyzer) is computer software or computer hardware that can intercept and log traffic passing over a digital network or part of a network. As data streams travel back and forth over the network, the Network Analyzer captures each packet and eventually decodes and analyzes its content according to the appropriate RFC or other specifications.
The course goal is to give the student the ability of understanding the Network Analyzer tools the protocols family and the troubleshooting among the 7 networking layer.
The course will be demonstrated and operated on Ethereal freeware Network Analyzer.

הקורס פעיל לקבוצות מטעם ארגונים בלבד, ניתן לשלוח פנייה רק אם מדובר בקבוצה
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מטרות הקורס

This course is intended for student that actually characteristic as networking engineers, Project managers networking administrators and programming engineers.
The prerequisites knowledge for that course is familiar with system platform and protocol stack

נושאי הקורס

1. Introduction
1.1 building a foundation
1.2 The OSI reference model revisited
1.2.1 The seven layers
1.2.2 Packet construction
1.3 identifying problems by layers
1.4 The protocol analyzer
1.4.1 Basic protocol analyzer operation
1.4.2 Analyzing essential – what differentiates one analyzer 
From another
1.4.3 Packet filtering slicing and triggering tips and tricks
1.4.4 Proactive performance and upgrade analysis
1.4.5 multi-LAN\wan analysis
1.4.6 Remote analysis
1.4.7 Traffic generation
1.4.8 Expert system – helpful for hindrance
1.5 documents your network

2. Analyzing and troubleshooting the physical layer
2.1 introductions
2.2 The EIA 586-A wiring standard
2.3 wiring problems
2.4 basic cable testing
2.5 smart cable testers
2.6 Ethernet wiring issues
2.7.1 Case study an Ethernet wiring violation
2.7.2 How collision are detected
2.8 fast Ethernet wiring
3. Analyzing and troubleshooting the data link layer
3.1 introductions
3.2 Error Detection
3.3 IEEE MAC layer 48 Bit addressing
3.3.1 Functional address
3.3.2 Impact of different types of broadcast traffic
3.4 transparent bridging and switching operation and
3.4.1 Switch and multiple bridges
3.4.2 Spanning tree
3.4.3 Troubleshooting in bridge and switch environment
3.4.4 Case study – a switch network melt down
3.5 IEEE 802.3/Ethernet
3.5.1 Ethernet history in in nutshell
3.5.2 Ethernet access mechanism 
3.5.3 Multiplex Ethernet
3.5.4 Ethernet frame formats
3.5.5 Calculating network utilization and bandwidth efficiency
4. Analyzing and troubleshooting the network layer
4.1 introductions
4.2 router operation
4.3 Network layer
4.3.4 IP
4.3.5 IP fragmentation
4.3.6 IP rip operation
4.3.7 Case study: locally routed IP packets
4.3.8 Internet control massage protocol (icmp) packet format and operation
4.3.9 Case study: troubleshooting using tracer route
4.3.10 Case study: troubleshooting using ping and icmp

5. Analyzing and troubleshooting the transport layer
5.1 introductions
5.2 user datagram protocol
5.3 transport control protocol
5.3.1 TCP header
5.3.2 TCP retransmissions
5.3.3 Case study: drop terminal session
5.3.4 Tuning side effects

6. Analyzing and troubleshooting the session layer
6.1 introductions
6.2 domain name system (DNS)
6.2.1 Background
6.2.2 Packet format
6.2.3 Troubleshooting
8. Analyzing and trouble shooting the session layer
8.1 introduction and common problems at the application layer
8.2 tcp\ip related protocols
8.2.1 Dynamic host control protocol (DHCP)
8.2.2 Case study: user is unable to obtain IP address
8.2.3 File transfer protocol (FTP)
8.2.4 Telnet
8.2.6 Hyper text transfer protocol (HTTP)

9. Measuring and analyzing throughput and latency
9.1 introductions
9.2 characteristic the application
9.3 areas of latency in wan and lans
9.4 The latency wedge
9.4.1 Case study: the slow remote
9.5 analyzing latency
9.6 Analyzing throughput
9.6.1 Case study: revisited
9.6.2 Case study the slow remote II