In which of these would you be most likely to work with Common Names and Organizational Units?
Which port number is commonly associated with the Remote Desktop protocol?
Today’s networks use complex protocols to resolve IP addresses, maintain user databases, transfer files, and manage infrastructure devices. In this video, you’ll learn about DHCP, DNS, LDAP and X.500, SNMP, SMB, SSH, and SFTP.
Which of these networking protocols is responsible for resolving an IP address from a name?
A protocol analyzer is one of the most valuable troubleshooting utilities in your networking toolbag. In this video, you’ll learn the basics of using protocol analyzers, including capturing and displaying the packets traversing your network.
If you need to troubleshoot complex network issues, then you’ll need a good protocol analyzer. In this video, you’ll learn about protocol analyzers, how to connect them to a network, and you’ll get an overview of a protocol analyzer user interface.
The remote aspect of a SOHO office requires that you plan for compatibility between all of its components. In this video, you’ll learn more about SOHO compatibility between the network, protocols, operating systems, and external components.
Switched networks provide direct communication between devices, but this can be a problem when you need to troubleshoot network traffic flows. In this video, you’ll learn about port mirroring and how to use port mirrors to copy traffic to your network troubleshooting devices.
If you have a large network, you’ll know that configuring VLANs on each individual switch can be a challenge. In this video, you’ll learn how to use VLAN Trunking Protocol and Multiple VLAN Registration Protocol to manage your large VLAN implementation.
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.