It’s always the network, and it’s never the network. In this video, you’ll learn how to troubleshoot and resolve some of the most common network issues.
WAN connections can have signal problems, routing protocol issues, and other challenges. In this video, you’ll learn about troubleshooting interface issues, latency problems, routing table issues, and more.
For devices to communicate across the network, they have to hear each other. In this video, you’ll learn about signal loss, how to calculate DB loss, and best practices for cable placement and avoiding interference.
The radio signals on your wireless network can be affected by many different external forces. In this video, you’ll learn how to troubleshoot wireless networks and understand more about signal loss, overlapping channels, signal to noise ratio, saturation, and firmware updates.
Our wireless networks are only as good as the signal it provides. In this video, you’ll learn how the bad guys are disrupting our wireless infrastructure to help them gain access to our network.
The placement of your cable is almost as important as the type of cable that you use. In this video, you’ll learn some best practices for cable placement, and how the right cable placement can minimize EMI and other interference.
One of the biggest ongoing challenges with wireless networks is managing the strength and availability of the wireless signal. In this video, you’ll learn of common wireless signal issues and ways that you can avoid signal problems on your wireless network.
The radio signal of a wireless network is susceptible to many different interference sources. In this video, you’ll learn how to avoid interference and how you can troubleshoot interference problems when they occur.
The lack of a physical infrastructure can make troubleshooting a wireless network a bit more complex than traditional wired networks. In this video, you’ll learn how to troubleshoot some of the most common wireless network issues, such as interference, encryption mismatches, frequency problems, bounce, and antenna placement.