sponsored by Global Knowledge
Posted:  10 Dec 2008
Published:  01 Jul 2006
Format:  PDF
Length:  13  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English

Troubleshooting is a necessary part of supporting any network installation. Determining and repairing problems can consume a lot of time, especially if you don't know what to do or how to do it correctly and quickly. This paper will explain how you might consider troubleshooting different problems that could exist in your network. These techniques can all be performed using some of the common tools available in modern operating systems. The more you know about these tools, the better you can use them to fix your problems.


Ted Rohling
Contract Instructor ,  Global Knowledge
Ted Rohling has been a contract instructor with Global Knowledge since 1995. With over 40 years of experience in information technology, telecommunications, and security, Ted teaches in the Networking and Security product lines and focuses on TCP/IP, networking fundamentals and CISSP preparation. He currently holds CISSP certification and has previously held various certifications from Nortel, Cisco, and Microsoft. His educational background includes a BBA in Management Science, an MA in Information and Computer Management, and an MS in Educational Human Resource Development.

Network Analyzer Hardware | Network Performance | OSI Protocols | Performance Testing | Systems Management | TCP/IP | Training and Educational Services | Troubleshooting

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