Optimize TCP/IP networks with Wireshark. This hands-on, in-depth course provides the skills to isolate and fix network performance issues. Learn how Wireshark can solve your TCP/IP network problems by improving your ability to analyze network traffic.
Top 10 reasons for network performance complaints, Place the analyzer properly for traffic capture on a variety of network types, Capture packets on wired and wireless networks, Configure Wireshark for best performance and non-intrusive analysis, Navigate through, split, and work with large traffic files, Use time values to identify network performance problems, Create statistical charts and graphs to pinpoint performance issues, Filter out traffic for more efficient troubleshooting and analysis, Customize Wireshark coloring to focus on network problems faster, Use Wireshark's Expert System to understand various traffic problems, Use the TCP/IP Resolution Flowchart to identify possible communication faults,
Analyze normal/abnormal Domain Name System (DNS) traffic, Analyze normal/abnormal Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) traffic, Analyze normal/abnormal Internet Protocol v4 (IPv4) traffic, Analyze normal/abnormal Internet Control Messaging Protocol (ICMP) traffic, Analyze normal/abnormal User Datagram Protocol (UDP) traffic, Analyze normal/abnormal Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) traffic, Analyze normal/abnormal Hypertext Transport Protocol (HTTP/HTTPS) traffic.
Who Can Benefit
Anyone interested in learning to troubleshoot and optimize TCP/IP networks and analyze network traffic with Wireshark, especially network engineers, information technology specialists, security analysts, and those preparing for the Wireshark Certified Network Analyst exam.
Course cost listed does not include the cost of exam. Course is subject to a minimum enrollment to run. Course may run virtually as a Virtual Instructor-Led (VILT) class if the minimum enrollment is not met. For more information, please contact: email@example.com or call 207-775-0244
Our Remote Classroom Training is a live class with students observing the instructor and listening through your computer speakers. You will see the instructor's computer, slides, notes, etc., just like in the classroom. You will be following along, doing work, labs, and individual assignments.