Wireshark Certified Network Analyst –WCNA
What is this course about?
In your day-to-day role as a network engineer, you will devote much of your time determining network issues from DNS, DHCP and TCP to slow enactment issues and possible hacking tries.
A crucial part of your role will be the ability to detention and analyze packets wandering across the network, deduce the results and make suggestions based upon what you find.
Most engineers escape packet sniffers because they sense they are complex but once you do recognize how to do it, your confidence and aptitude will immensely improve.
This course covers your entire requirement to know nearby using Wireshark packet detention tool and equips you take the extremely award-winning exam, the Wireshark Certified Network Analyst or WCNA.
Included are in-depth speeches with real world traffic cases. You also get entrance to sample traffic designs from Wireshark so you can do your own labs at home.
This course is illegible for the following students:
- IT students who want to understand TCP in great detail
- Network engineers looking to learn essential troubleshooting skills
- Computer novices and advanced users who want to gain confidence
- IT engineers who want to really understand TCP/IP
- Anybody working or looking to work as a network engineer
- Access to a computer or laptop
- All sniffing files and lab materials included
- A general understanding of computer networking will help
Introducing Wireshark & Network Analysis
- Introduction to Network Analysis
- Introduction to Wireshark
Configuring & Using Wireshark
- Capture Traffic
- Capture Filters
- Global and Personal Preferences
- Colorization in Wireshark
- Define Time Values and Interpret Summaries
- Interpret Basic Trace File Statistics
- Create and Apply Display Filters
- Follow Streams and Reassemble Data
- Customize Wireshark Profiles
- Annotate, Save, Export and Print Packets
- Use Wireshark’s Expert System
Advanced Wireshark Features
- WLAN Analysis
- VoIP Analysis
- Find the Cause of Performance Problems
- Traffic Baselining
- Network Forensics Overview
- Detect Scanning and Discovery Processes
- Analyze Suspect Traffic
- Effective use of Command Line Tools
- Wireshark Tricks and Tips