The devices on our networks can create a massive amount of metrics, and it’s the responsibility of the network team to manage all of those logs and create some performance reports. In this video, you’ll learn about the management of logs and how all of that raw information can be converted into useful graphs and reports.
If you have a wireless network of any significant size, then you probably have a wireless LAN controller. In this video, you’ll learn how wireless LAN controllers are used to configure and manage our wireless networks.
Every network and security manager makes extensive use of network management protocols. In this video, you’ll learn how ICMP and SNMP can be used to help manage and protect your network.
In most organizations, changes to the network are managed through a very specific change control process. In this video, you’ll learn about the change management process and how it can be implemented in an organization.
What is the best way to keep track of your IT assets? In this video, you’ll learn about asset management techniques and some options for maintaining large-scale asset documentation.
What color is your cable? There are some very standardized ways of managing the cables in your organization. In this video, we’ll examine the ANSI/TIA/EIA 606 standards for cable management.
A SOHO network’s equipment doesn’t have the same functionality of larger systems. In this video, you’ll learn about SOHO equipment limitations and how to correctly size your SOHO network.
Our advanced network management systems use specialized protocols to perform their tasks. In this video, you’ll learn how SNMP, SSH, ICMP, and other protocols are used to keep our networks running at peak efficiency.
The question isn’t if an incident is going to occur; it’s when. In this video, you’ll learn about the incident management process and some techniques for minimizing the risk should an incident occur.
The only thing static on our network is constant change. In this video, you’ll learn how change control management can make a difference in mitigating risk in your organization.