Course Title

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Course Title

SV-201 Advanced Network Analysis and Troubleshooting (“Packets Never Lie”

Duration

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Duration

Web OnDemand

Available 24/7(Students have 30-days from the date of registration to complete this course.)

Pricing

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Pricing

1 Training Credit ($440)

Prerequisite

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Prerequisite

SV-200 STRONGLY recommended

Certification Programs

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Certification Programs

Savvius Certified Wired Network Expert

Course Synopsis

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Course Synopsis

This course dives deeper into protocol analysis, particularly a more thorough understanding of TCP/IP and related protocol variants, both benevolent and nefarious. It builds on the troubleshooting concepts in SV-200 to include long-term statistics gathering, monitoring, and general network health. The in-class activities are a bit more advanced, often combining concepts in more complex scenarios for students to decipher. Successful graduates from this class will be ready to immediately apply skills in real-world environments

Course Outline

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Course Outline

  1. Introduction and Overview
    1. Introductions and logistics
    2. Class organization
    3. Special slides and notations
    4. Philosophy
  2. The Internet Protocol (IP) In-Depth
    1. Overview
    2. The IP header and its fields
    3. IP Type of Service and Differentiated Services
    4. Using the IP ID to assess remote load
    5. IP Fragmentation Services
    6. IP Options
  3. ARP
    1. Important ARP facts
    2. Expected ARP behavior
    3. ARP Types
    4. ARP security
  4. UDP and TCP Conversations
    1. Review of the Transport Layer
    2. Reliable vs. unreliable communications
    3. Overview of UDP application layer protocols
  5. ICMP
    1. Examples of ICMP messages
    2. The ICMP header
    3. ICMP message types
  6. DHCP
    1. Basic DHCP operations: DORA
    2. Other DHCP messages
    3. Problems with DHCP
    4. Analyzing DHCP
    5. Troubleshooting DHCP
  7. DNS
    1. DNS organization
    2. DNS in the Peek analyzer
    3. DNS packet structure and the DNS header
    4. Troubleshooting DNS
    5. Types of exploits
  8. Packet Biathlon Omnipeek*
    1. This intensive hands-on lab will allow students to use the Omnipeek Product Family focusing on analysis situations. The course is comprised of a series of in-depth, instructor lead scenarios and trace files that effect an enterprise operation.