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Structured Network Troubleshooting Methodology Step 7 Document Findings, Actions, Outcomes, and Lessons Learned
Step 5 in a structured network troubleshooting methodology is to Implement the Solution or Escalate as Necessary. Step 6 is to verify full system functionality and, if applicable, implement preventive measures. Here we discus Step 7, document findings, actions, outcomes, and lessons learned. More ...

Fiber Optics Troubleshooting
Fiber optics provides an advantage over copper cabling for Ethernet in that fiber optic cables can go farther and have higher capacity for throughput. Fiber optics is very reliable and most of the problems presented can be avoided or resolved by simply following the standards. More ...

How to Connect Two Computers Together with an Ethernet Cable
You can connect two computers to one another using an Ethernet cable. Once you've connected the computers, you can share files between them by using both computers file sharing settings. More ...

Steps For Designing a Crisis Management Plan
There are six steps for defining a crisis management plan that can be easily remembered using the word CRISIS. Use the steps of CRISIS to be ready to deal with emergencies that your organization might face. More ...

The Secret of Maintaining Your Fiber Optic Network
During fiber optic network maintenance it is often necessary to identify a specific fiber without disrupting live service. A fiber identifier allows you to do this. More ...

Structured Network Troubleshooting Methodology Step 5 Implement the Solution or Escalate as Necessary
Step 3 in a structured network troubleshooting methodology is to Test the Theory to Determine the Cause. Step 4, is to Establish a Plan of Action to Resolve the Problem and Identify Potential Effects. Here we discus Step 5, Implement the Solution or Escalate as Necessary. More ...

What is Structured Cabling for LANs (Local Area Networks)?
With today's high speed networks, people realize that the networking system must be broken up into shorter chunks for that reason structured wiring standard has been developed. More ...

Why SFP Transceivers Stop Working and Their Possible Troubleshooting Guide
A Small Form Factor (SFP) transceiver is a compact hot swappable module that is used in computing for both telecommunication and data communications applications. Sometimes they do not always work according to the way they are intended to. When this happens, it may be a good idea to determine why the SFP module is not working. More ...

Designing a Home and SME Network Architecture
An architecture is an overall plan for your network. You need to choose an architecture to make sure that the solution addresses your needs and everything you design is targeted to meeting those needs. More ...

Wireless AP (Access Point) Placement
A wireless using more than one access point needs an overlap of coverage between APs to allow uninterrupted roaming, however, those overlapping coverage areas should not use overlapping frequencies. More ...

Rack Mount Enclosures and Server Racks
when shopping for rack mount cabinets you will see references to cabinets like 10u, 12u, 25u and so on. So what does all of this mean? All computer heights are measured in units called "U's". In the world of computers, when referring to the height of a computer, 1 "U" equals 1.75 inches. More ...

Network Schematic Symbols
A network diagram is a map of the nodes and connections in a computer network. Cisco's icons are globally recognized and generally accepted as standard for network topology design. More ...

Simple Checks to Diagnose Windows Network Problems
Do you often run into problems where you can't get a computer to connect to another computer or other network device on Windows?. Here are some simple checks to perform when debugging network problems. More ...

Network Log Collection and Monitoring
Logging allows you to monitor devices, services, ports or protocols and analyze traffic on your network. Analyzing your logs can help you identify issues before they become problems. More ...


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