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Troubleshooting TCP/IP Fundamentals (TTCP)

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Course Content

Fast Lane's "Troubleshooting TCP/IP Fundamentals" course takes new network administrators into the foundations of performing network troubleshooting, with a focus on comprehensive understanding of TCP/IP protocol basics. Students spend significant time working with protocol analyzers, developing a frame-level understanding of the primary TCP/IP protocols.

Who should attend

  • Network operators, administrators, network planners, and technical support staff
  • CCNA Candidates

Prerequisites

Course Objectives

In this course participants learn to identify, correct, and avoid problems found in a TCP/IP network. Participants will use a protocol analyser to determine root cause analysis, and will have extensive hands-on training on network troubleshooting best practices.

Detailed Course Outline

TCP/IP Troubleshooting Overview

Monitoring

  • Application Metering
  • Network Management Systems
  • Baselining and Trend Analysis
  • Broadcasts
  • Response Time
  • Bandwidth and Throughput
  • Routing

Troubleshooting-Tools

  • Cable Tester
  • Field Analyser
  • Protocol Analyser
  • RFC 1147
  • Ping
  • ICMP
  • Documentation

Basic Protocol Analysis

  • Protocol Analyser Types
  • Monitor versus Capture Mode
  • Analysis Strategies
  • Interpreting the Displays
  • Filter Techniques

Troubleshooting the different OSI Layers

  • Network Interface Layer: Cabling, Network Interface Card, Frame-Types, Broadcast Level, Bridge Configuration, Hubs/Repeaters
  • Internetwork Layer: Router Configuration, ARPs, Tunneling
  • Host-to-Host (Transport) Layer
  • Application Layer
Classroom Training

Duration 2 days

Price
  • United States: US$ 1,295
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Online Training

Duration 2 days

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