Ever wonder what in the world is happening "under the hood" of your network? Why things suddenly slow down, print jobs fail? Network monitoring is the least understood aspect of network administration -- and one of the most important. In this book, a leading networking expert shows you exactly how to monitor and analyze your Windows-based network -- and how to use the information to maximize performance, reduce congestion, plan for growth -- even identify intrusions! Start by reviewing the TCP/IP, IPX/SPX, Ethernet, and Samba protocol basics you need in order to monitor and analyze networks effectively. Inspect network traffic from four different perspectives: client traffic, server traffic, application traffic, and service traffic. Next, learn how to use each version of Microsoft's Network Monitor (Netmon) -- and compare commercial network monitoring tools, discovering when to use each. Finally, review four of the most important networking troubleshooting scenarios, in-depth: connectivity problems, faulty applications, hardware problems, and compromised security -- walking through the process of identifying, analyzing, and solving the problem, step-by-step. For all network and Windows system administrators seeking to improve the performance of their networks.
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Make your Windows-based networks faster, smarter, and more reliable - step by step!
Ever wonder what's actually happening inside your network? Why multi-tier applications suddenly slow down, print jobs fail, network elements suddenly disappear? The truth is in there-if you have the network monitoring and protocol analysis skills you need to unearth it! That's where Ed Wilson's Network Monitoring and Analysis comes in. It's your complete, hands-on guide to monitoring and analyzing Windows NT-based networks-and using the information to maximize performance, plan for growth-even identify intruders! Coverage includes all this and more:
There's nothing mysterious about network monitoring and analysis-and for Windows network and system administrators, there's no skill more valuable! If you want maximum performance and maximum reliability, Network Monitoring and Analysis shows you how to get it-step by step, start to finish!About the Author:
ED WILSON (MCSE, MCT, Master ASE, CCNA) is a Senior Networking Specialist with Full Service Networking, a Microsoft Solution Provider Partner in Cincinnati, OH. He is the co-author of several networking books.
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