Want to learn to make sense of your network data? Microsoft Network Monitor assists you in capturing and analyzing network data in real time. In this course Rhonda Layfield teaches you to use Microsoft Network Monitor to effectively troubleshoot your network’s traffic.
The new Microsoft Network Monitoring Training course by Rhonda Layfield guides you on how to make sense of your network data, and troubleshoot relevant issues using one convenient free tool. The lessons will take students through an introduction to the Microsoft Network Monitor and the functionality of basic networking protocols.
Once you feel comfortable setting up custom command-line captures, you’ll be able to trace thousands of packets, and filter to the most important packets quickly. By mastering the process of filtering your data to support your troubleshooting tasks, you’ll be able to analyze captured data and keep track of your progress. Once you learn these strategies, you can feel confident that you’re utilizing Microsoft Network Monitor well.
- Lesson 1 – Getting Started with Microsoft Network Monitoring Training Course
- Lesson 2 – Lab Setup
- Lesson 3 – The Course Scenario
- Lesson 4 – Introduction: Meet Network Monitor
- Lesson 5 – Getting to Know Network Monitor
- Lesson 6 – Making Sense of Your Data
- Lesson 7 – Core Protocols
- Lesson 8 – Practical Troubleshooting of DHCP
- Lesson 9 – The Big Daddy of Network Protocols: Domain Name Services (DNS)
- Lesson 10 – Advanced Features of DNS
- Lesson 11 – Miscellaneous Network Monitor Features
Rhonda Layfield takes students step-by-step into the features and configuration of the NetMon tool to to make you feel comfortable working with the large amount of traffic that NetMon captures and allows you to address. Using this popular tool with a sense of ease will improve the effectiveness of how you troubleshoot communication and security issues. Once you feel comfortable with the NetMon core features, you can try command line version and the “Experts” feature that uses past network traces to save time while searching through data.
The video training will cover basic Microsoft DNS (Secondary DNS Zones, State of Authority, etc.) thoroughly, and Rhonda tackles the “nitty gritty” advanced features of DNS, including conditional forwarding, recursion, netmask ordering, and round robin.
Don’t lose sleep over your traffic, and learn how to make sense of your network data with Microsof Network Monitoring Training.