NETWORK CONFIGURATION AND TROUBLESHOOTING

Content

 

Networking Overview

  • Fundamentals of a Network
  • Applying the OSI model to troubleshooting

Connecting the Physical Layer

  • Distinguishing Media Terminology
  • Cabling and Port Configuration

 

Building the Data Link Layer

  • Working with Network Adapters
  • Assessing LAN Topologies
  • Interfacing with the Network

 

Switching at the Data Link Layer

  • Analyzing Protocols
  • Solving Network Congestion
  • Implementing VLANs

Wireless Networking

  • Traversing the Wireless Topologies
  • Building the Wireless Network

 

Integrating the Network and Transport Layers

  • The role of TCP/IP
  • Configuring IP addresses
  • Enabling the Routing Function
  • Investigating Protocol Headers

Troubleshooting the Application Layer

  • Managing OS Functions
  • Fine-Tuning Network Services

FOR WHOM: CIOs, Heads of Departments, IT Professionals, System Analysts, Network Administrators, Servers Managers, Network Engineers, Systems/Security Administrators, IT Development Managers and others who perform related functions.

DATE: 1st – 3rd June, 2022

23rd – 25th November, 2022

 

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Objective

This workshop provides network professionals with a comprehensive set of tools and techniques needed to proficiently configure and maintain networks. Participants learn to troubleshoot and resolve problems related to cables, wireless connections, protocols and applications. Tools include: NIC diagnostic, Protocol analyzer, Ping, PathPing and TRACERT, PC configuration and diagnostic utilities.

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