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Course Name: Wireshark Core Protocol Analysis

Descriptions

Course Curriculum

Section 1: Doing Packet Analysis with Wireshark
Course Overview 00:00:00
The Vision – Enabling Every IT Professional to Do Packet Analysis 00:00:00
A Methodology for Doing Packet Analysis with Wireshark 00:00:00
Things You Need to Know Before Starting Your Packet Analysis 00:00:00
Section 2: Look at the Ethernet Protocol to Check Your Links
Introduction to this Module 00:00:00
Distinguishing the Different 802.3 Frame Format 00:00:00
Demo – 802.1Q – The 802.3 Ethernet Specifications 00:00:00
Demo – Analyzing Ethernet packets in Wireshark 00:00:00
What to Look for in Your Ethernet Packet Captures 00:00:00
Section 3: Check Your VLANs to Make Sure They Are Tagged Correctly
Module Introduction 00:00:00
A Close Look at the Fields in an 802.1Q Tag 00:00:00
Demo – Exploring the 802.1Q specification 00:00:00
Demo – Looking at VLAN and Prioritization Tags in Wireshark 00:00:00
Going Forward with Analyzing 802.1Q VLAN & Prioritizations Tags 00:00:00
Section 4: Spanning Tree Protocol - Make Sure There Are No Loops in Your LAN
Introduction to This Module 00:00:00
How the Spanning Tree Protocol Prevents Loops 00:00:00
Demo – 802.1Q – The Spanning Tree (STP) Specifications 00:00:00
Demo – Analyzing BPDUs in Wireshark 00:00:00
What to Look for in Your STP Packet Captures 00:00:00
Section 5: ARP - Using Address Resolution When Your Ping Test Fails
Introduction to This Module 00:00:00
What You Need to Know to Analyze ARP Traffic 00:00:00
Demo – Looking at the Detail in the ARP Frame 00:00:00
Demo – Analyzing ARP Traffic in Wireshark 00:00:00
What to Look for in Your ARP Packet Captures 00:00:00
Section 6: 802.11 - See What Traffic Is Going Over Your Wi-Fi Networks
Introduction to This Module 00:00:00
802.11 WLAN and the 802.2 Logical Link Control (LLC) Layer 00:00:00
How to Capture Wi-Fi Traffic 00:00:00
Understanding the 802.11 Frame Structure and Key Fields 00:00:00
Demo – Leveraging the 802.11 Specification 00:00:00
Demo – Radiotap – Reviewing the 802.11 Physical Layer Details 00:00:00
Demo – Data Frames – Why There Are Four MAC Addresses 00:00:00
Demo – Beacons – Access the Capabilities of the AP 00:00:00
What to Look for in Your Wi-Fi Packet Captures 00:00:00
Section 7: IPv4 - Are Your IP Packets Fragmenting
Introduction to the Module 00:00:00
A Review of IPv4 and IPv4 Source and Destination Addresses 00:00:00
A Detailed Look at IPv4 Fragmentation 00:00:00
Demo – Using the IP specifications 00:00:00
Demo – Analyzing the IPv4 Datagram Header and Fragmentation 00:00:00
Demo – Using the Wireshark Statistics Packet Length Tool 00:00:00
Analyzing IPv4 and What to Do Next 00:00:00
Section 8: ICMP - Use ICMP Messages to Detect Network Problems
Module Introduction 00:00:00
Distinguishing Between ICMP Error and Information Messages 00:00:00
ICMP Message Format 00:00:00
Demo – ICMP Specifications, Types, and Codes 00:00:00
Demo – Exploring the ICMP Message Format and Fields 00:00:00
Demo – Exploring How Testing Tools Use ICMP 00:00:00
Best Practices and Wireshark ICMP Analysis 00:00:00
Section 9: TCP - What Every IT Professional Should Know
Introduction 00:00:00
Essential TCP Specifications 00:00:00
Analyzing TCP Connections 00:00:00
Ensuring Reliable Communications Between Two Hosts 00:00:00
Looking at Traffic Streams and Port Numbers 00:00:00
Managing Flow Control with Congestion and Receiver Windows 00:00:00
Analyzing Your Enterprise TCP Packet Capture with Wireshark 00:00:00
Course Wrap-up and Best Practices 00:00:00
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