Instructional Method: Online
Successful troubleshooting of any system relies upon applying a logical approach with knowledge of the technology involved, and maybe a little luck when experience is lacking. This webinar focuses on applying a logical approach to troubleshooting an IP network in a LAN environment with a basic understanding of IP networking principals by following the data flow layers of the OSI model. A focus will be placed upon utilization of techniques and use of common open-source tools to identify and isolate network connectivity and performance abnormalities.
Review of IP Networking OSI Model Data Flow Layers
Applying a Logical Process
Physical Layer Verification
Understanding Ethernet Switch Errors
Use of Common Open-Source Tools
Developing a Network Baseline
This webinar is part one of a two-part troubleshooting series. Part two will focus on utilizing Wireshark protocol analysis to evaluate network performance.
Wayne Pecena is the assistant director of educational broadcast services in the Office of Information Technology at Texas A&M University. In this position, he serves as the director of engineering of TTVN: The Enterprise Videoconference and Data Network serving the Texas A&M University System and Public Broadcast stations KAMU-TV and KAMU-FM serving the Brazos Valley area. He is responsible for leading technology implementation for the enterprise network of the Texas A&M University System, supporting more than 150 IP data locations and more than 350 videoconference sites within Texas and internationally. In addition, Wayne is responsible for broadcast technology implementation at KAMU. He has more than 35 years of broadcast telecommunications experience and holds BS and MS degrees from Texas A&M University. He is a licensed private pilot and holds Amateur Radio Operator License N1WP.
The completion of this webinar from Webinars by SBE qualifies for 1 credit, identified under Category I of the Recertification Schedule for SBE Certifications.
SBE Members: $57
If you have questions regarding this webinar, contact Cathy Orosz via email or by phone at 317-846-9000.