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The ultimate introductory guide to analyzing network communications at the packet level. This book defines basic analyzer elements (such as capture filters, display filters, expert alarms, trend screens, and decode windows) and provides real-world examples of how an analyzer can be used to troubleshoot networks. Includes chapter tests and several trace files for practice.
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Laura Chappell is the Sr. Protocol Analyst for NetAnalysis Institute. She has authored numerous books on packet-level communication and internetworking including "Introduction to Cisco Router Configuration," "Novell's Guide to LAN Analysis: IPX/SPX" and "Cisco Internetwork Troubleshooting." Ms. Chappell spends most of her days (and some nights) tapping in to a variety of network types to document performance and optimization techniques.Review:
"It's readable, funny, full of information and incredible graphics - outstanding!" -- Gary J. Porter, Senior Systems Programmer, University of Kentucky
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