Chapter 17 -- Network Troubleshooting Procedures

Chapter 17

About This Chapter

One of the primary functions of the network administrator is to be there when something goes wrong. Troubleshooting a network is, by definition, more complex than troubleshooting a single computer, because the problem can be caused by one of several computers or other devices, or by any of the connections that join them together. Troubleshooting skills are a combination of common sense and knowledge about the hardware and software that make up the network. This chapter examines some of the basic aspects of the troubleshooting process and how to proceed from the investigation of a problem to its resolution.

Before You Begin

This chapter requires a basic knowledge of networking components, as discussed in Chapter 2, "Network Hardware," and Chapter 3, "Network Connections," as well as an understanding of the fundamental networking concepts covered in Chapter 1, "Networking Basics."

Network+ Certification Training Kit
Self-Paced Training Kit Exam 70-642: Configuring Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure
ISBN: 0735651604
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2001
Pages: 105

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