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networkingchpt13

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best defense against problems prevention
successful troubleshooters proceed logically and methodically
troubleshooting steps identify the problem
troubleshooting steps establish a theory of probable cause
troubleshooting steps test the theory to determine the cause
troubleshooting steps establish a plan of action to resolve the problem and identify potential effects
troubleshooting steps implement the solution or escalate
troubleshooting steps verify system functionality
troubleshooting steps document findings
one danger in troubleshooting technical problems jumping to conclusions
take time to pay attention to the users,system and network behaviors, and any error messages
narrowing down the area affected by a problem can eliminate some causes and point to others
troubleshooting steps discover the time or frequency with which a problem occurs
narrowing the scope helps limit the number of possible problems
watch the user best way to verify that a user is doing things correctly
you can react in two ways if you suspect that a network change has generated a problem attempt to correct the problem that resulted from a change
you can react in two ways if you suspect that a network change has generated a problem attempt to restore it to its previous state
theory of probable cause what might be the problem based on what you see
symptoms of physical layer problems noise
symptoms of physical layer problems segment,network length exceeds standards
symptoms of physical layer problems improper terminations,faulty loose cables
symptoms of physical layer problems faulty nics
Created by: cgeaski