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Contenttop
This seminar, developed by Silvia Hagen, Author of 'Novell's Guide to Troubleshooting TCP/IP' and 'Guide to Service Location Protocol' teaches all you need to know about the protocols of the TCP/IP family in order to be able to design, implement and troubleshoot TCP/IP on the client and on the server. Analyzing and understanding a login sequence is our favourite technique used to find causes of performance issues, verify client configuration settings and optimizing the login sequence. You will also learn how to interpret packet trace files of Novell client logins and how to use a sniffer tool to detect and solve client login problems.

 

Durationtop
2 days.

 

Detailed Outlinetop
Day 1 - TCP/IP - The Protocol Family
TCP/IP Adressing
Subnetting
Routing Algorithms
Fragmentation
The Internet Layer
- ARP
- IP
- ICMP
- RIP / OSPF - Distance Vector versus Link State
Transport Layer
UDP
TCP
 
Day 2 - Analyzing a Login Sequence
Application Layer
- DHCP
- DNS
- SLP
Analyzing a Login Sequence
Optimizing a Login Sequence
Client Configuration - IP Options
Performance Issues

 

Documentationtop
A copy of "Novell's Guide to Troubleshooting TCP/IP" and handouts of the presentation.

 

Costtop
CHF 2150.- incl. documentation and lunch (in Switzerland) for 2 days (minimum 6 students). Onsite courses on request.

 

Information/Registrationtop
If you have any questions regarding your Novell education please don't hesitate to contact us.

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