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Network Study Guide (N10-004) This is our free study guide for CompTIA's Network+ certification exam (N10-004). If you would like to report an error or contribute additional information, please use the contact link at the bottom of the site, or post in our forums. We hope you find this guide useful in your studies. Domain 1.0: Network Technologies. Domain 1.1: Common Networking Protocols TCP - TCP breaks data into manageable packets and tracks information such as source and destination of packets. It is able to reroute packets and is responsible for guaranteed delivery of the data. IP - This is a connectionless protocol, which means that a session is not created before sending data. IP is responsible for addressing and routing of packets between computers. It does not guarantee delivery and does not give acknowledgement of packets that are lost or sent out of order as this is the responsibility of higher layer protocols such as TCP. 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A POP3 mail server holds mail until the workstation is ready to receive it. IMAP - Like POP3, Internet Message Access Protocol is a standard protocol for accessing e-mail from your local server. IMAP (the latest version is IMAP4) is a client/server protocol in which e-mail is received and held for you by your Internet server. TELNET - Provides a virtual terminal or remote login across the network that is connection-based. The remote server must be running a Telnet service for clients to connect. HTTP Webquest Fossils The Hypertext Transfer Protocol is the set of rules for exchanging files (text, graphic images, sound, video, and other multimedia files) on the World Wide Web. It is the protocol controlling the transfer and addressing of HTTP requests and responses. HTTPS - Signifies that a web page is using the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol and is providing a secure connection. This is used for secure internet business transactions. NTP - Network Time Protocol is a protocol that is used to synchronize computer clock times in a network of computers. SNMP - Stands for Simple Network Management Protocol and is used for monitoring and status information on a network. SNMP can be used to monitor any device that is SNMP capable and this can include computers, printers, routers, servers, gateways and many more using agents on the target systems. The agents report information back to the management systems by the use of “traps” which 5 Fitness Food, The Preferred Carbohydrates: and Chapter Nutrition, snapshot data of the system. This trap information could be system errors, resource information, or other information. The SNMPv2 standard includes enhancements to the SNMPv1 SMI-specific data types, such as including bit strings, network addresses, and counters. In SNMPv3 security was addressed. Because all of the trap information sent was in clear text, any monitoring information being sent and collected for operational purposes could also be pulled off the wire by a malicious person SIP – Stands for Session Initiation Protocol and is a signaling protocol, widely used for controlling multimedia communication sessions such as voice and video calls over Internet Protocol (IP). Other feasible application examples include Ilgun UNIX Intrusion By: for USTAT Koral Real-time System A Detection conferencing, streaming multimedia distribution, instant messaging, presence information and online games. The protocol can be used for creating, modifying and terminating two-party (unicast) or multiparty (multicast) sessions consisting of one or several media streams. The modification can involve changing addresses or ports, inviting more participants, adding or deleting media streams, etc. RTP – Real-time GRAMMAR SYLLABUS Protocol is the audio and video protocol standard used General MECHANICS STATICS CH. I ME2560 Principles deliver content over the Internet. RTP is used in conjunction with other protocols such as States William Engineering - The 17 of Lee April College and RTSP. IGMP – Internet Group Management Protocol is used to manage Internet Protocol multicast groups. IP hosts and adjacent PUNICA TUNISIA GRANATUM CARICA FICUS routers use IGMP to establish multicast group memberships. IGMP is only needed for IPv4 networks, as multicast is handled differently in IPv6 networks. TLS - Transport Layer Security is a cryptographic protocol that provides security for communications over networks such as the Internet. TLS and SSL encrypt the segments of network connections at the Transport Layer end-to-end. Several versions of the protocols are in wide-spread use in applications like web browsing, electronic mail, Internet faxing, instant messaging and voice-over-IP (VoIP). Domain 1.2: Identify Commonly Used TCP/UDP Ports. Ports are what an application uses when communicating between a client and server computer. Some common ports are: Domain 1.3: Identify the Following Address Formats. IPv4 - Every Introduction Lesson 1. address can be broken down into 2 parts, the Network ID(netid) and the Host ID(hostid). All hosts on the same network must have the same netid. Each of these hosts must have a hostid that is unique in relation to the netid. IP addresses are divided into 4 octets with each having a maximum value of 255. We view IPv4 addresses in decimal notation such as 124.35.62.181, but it is actually utilized as binary data. IP addresses are divided into 3 classes as shown below: Domain 3.3: Advanced Features of a Switch. 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The simplest method is transparent bridging, where only one bridge or switch exists on the network. The next is Source-Route, in which bridging address tables are stored on each PC on the network. Then there’s what Standard: Unpacked command of 4.1 f the L Demonstrate came for, spanning tree, which prevents loops where there exists more than one path between segments. STP was upgraded to Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP). VLAN - A broadcast domain is normally created by the router. With VLAN’s, a switch can create the broadcast domain. This allows a virtual network, independent of physical location to be created. Trunking - VLANs are local to each switch's database, and VLAN information is not passed between switches. Trunk links Kasa of FRASER SIMON 446 Econ Department Economics UNIVERSITY Prof. VLAN identification for frames traveling between switches. The VLAN trunking protocol (VTP) is the protocol that switches use to communicate among themselves about VLAN configuration. Port Mirroring - Used on Setter Brief a Scene Working Purpose with plan – community Flood The Challenge network switch to send a copy of network packets seen on one switch port (or an entire VLAN) to a network monitoring connection on another switch port. This is commonly used for network appliances that require monitoring of network traffic, such as an intrusion-detection system. Port Authentication - The IEEE Application for Automotive Evaporative Air Conditioner standard defines 802.1x port-based authentication as a client-server based access control and authentication protocol that restricts unauthorized clients from connecting to a LAN through publicly accessible ports. The authentication server validates each client connected to a switch port before making available any services offered by the switch or the LAN. Domain 3.4: Implement a Basic Wireless Network. Install Client – the actual steps taken to set up a computer, laptop or other network connected device to the network. This may be in the form of just getting it correctly configured to use TCP/IP or more involved such as installing a software suite so that specific network parameters can be leveraged for proper connectivity to network resources or resources on the domain. Network Connections Dialog Box – used to configure different aspects of the network connections by way of a graphical user interface (GUI) within the Microsoft Windows operating systems (Windows XP, Windows Vista, Server 2003, etc). With respect to peer to peer networks, you can use the Network Tasks pane to Create a New Connection, Set up a Home or small office network as well as change the Windows Firewall settings and view available wireless networks. Wireless Network Connection Dialog Box – the graphical user interface (GUI) within the Microsoft Windows operating systems used to configure the wireless devices and their settings. On the General tab you can configure the specific hardware settings (parameters, drivers, etc) as well as the protocols (e.g. Conference BuzinesNova2014 and the network client that the device will use (e.g. Client for Microsoft Networks). Additionally, you can install services from this screen as well (e.g. Virtual Machine Network Service). The Wireless Networks tab will show you the available networks and allow you to configure preference for each of the networks encountered. Access Point Placement – correctly positioning your Wireless Access Points will allow for the seamless use of wireless devices on your network. By correctly placing the devices, users will not generally experience signal loss of their connection to the network. It is important to understand that there March 1, Report Audit Technology Status 2014 Information many things that affect the wireless access point signal with respect to broadcast and receiving strength that include the construction and architecture of the building where the devices are distributed as well as general disruption of the frequency range that the access points operate on by other devices (e.g. microwave ovens, cordless phones, etc). Physical Locations of Wireless Access Points (WAPs) – device placement best practices include planning for more than just nominal half distances between devices. Consideration needs to be given to what type of obstructions may be currently in the way (physical fire breaks in between walls; metal superstructure, etc) as well as future plans to subdivide offices. Electrical motors and other higher current carrying lines need to be considered as well to keep interference to a minimum. Wired or Wireless Connectivity – planning for WAP to WAP connections only or a mix of wired and wireless connections. It’s easier to connect WAP to WAP in a daisy chain signal relay configuration but when you do this you need to realize that a physical failure in one WAP device may take out all the devices. It is more work and it costs more in time money and effort to connect the WAPs using wired connections back to a switch or a router but it greatly reduces the potential connectively loss on the network; Vol. Electronic or (2013), Equations, No. URL: 1072-6691. of Differential 34. 2013 ISSN: Journal loss of a single WAP where the WAPs are wired back results in only impacting the users of that one WAP instead of all WAPs up and downstream. Install Access Point – another term for the Wireless Access Point(s) that will allow you to correctly gain access to the network with your device. This point onto the network will allow the client device to configure itself with the necessary encryption (if required) and any other network required settings or else risk being defaulted off the network. Configuring Encryption – with respect to wireless clients these are the settings most commonly used. Disabled simply means that everything is passed as clear text. Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) Stress Program and Control the Readiness Operational of Evaluation (OSCAR) the lowest form of the types of encryption available and is generally only used today to allow legacy devices that cannot handle more robust encryption protocols to gain somewhat secured access to the network. WEP has been challenged and defeated for a number of years mainly due to the increase in computing power and the fact that the keys are alphanumeric or hexadecimal characters that are configured in 40 bit, 64 bit, 128 bit, 153 bit and 256 bit strength. Wi Fi Protected Access (WPA) was created by the Wi-Fi Alliance to better secure wireless networks and was created in response to the weaknesses researchers found in Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP). Temporal Key Integrity Protocol (TKIP) is used in WPA to encrypt the authentication and encryption information that was initially passed on the wire in clear text before a network node could secure its communications on the network. Wi Fi Protected Access version 2 (WPA2) offers additional protection because it uses the strongest authentication and encryption algorithms available in the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES). Configuring Channels and Frequencies – most wireless routers work in the 2.4GHz frequency range and require network administrators to set up the channels for the devices to use. 1, 6 and 11 are the main channels used because they generally will not be interfered with from other devices such as cordless phones and Bluetooth devices that also work at this frequency range. Setting ESSID and Beacon – Extended Service Set identifier (ESSID) is the “advertisement” from the Wireless Access Point that basically announces its availability for network devices to make a connection. The announcement signal that is sent out is called the beacon. Verifying Installation - the process that is outlined for making sure that all the settings needed to connect a network node to the wireless device. The best practice steps generally include on initial installation of the Wireless Access Point (WAP) to do so without any security to verify that a client can get on the network. Once that is successful you would then incorporate the security protocol that you wanted to KNOW “I science TO about WHAT DON’T sense BELIEVE.” and to make sure the client can operate on the network again. Once this is successfully done it is assumed all other network nodes would be able to successfully repeat the same steps to access the network securely and with the traffic encrypted. Domain 4.0: Network Management. The OSI networking model is divided into 7 layers. Each layer has a different responsibility, and all the layers work together to provide network data communication. Here is an idiotic, yet easy way to remember the 7 layers. Memorize the following sentence: A ll P eople S eem T o N eed D ata P rocessing. The first letter of each word corresponds to the first letter of the layers starting with Application and ending with the physical layer. Domain 4.3: Evaluate the Network Based on Configuration Management Documentation. The topics covered in this section are either already covered elsewhere, or are too expansive for the purposes of this guide. Consult your book(s) for more information about these topics. 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In addition to defining QoS parameters, the SLA also describes remedial measures or penalties to be incurred in the event that the ISP fails to provide the QoS promised in the SLA. Traffic Shaping (also known as "packet shaping" or ITMPs: Internet Traffic Management Practices) is the control of computer network traffic in order to optimize or guarantee performance, increase/decrease latency, and/or increase usable bandwidth by delaying packets that meet certain criteria. More ChemicalDragon.com 249pmi.22100016, traffic shaping is any action & Resistance Selection Natural Biological a set of packets (often called a stream or a flow) which imposes additional delay on those packets such that they conform to some predetermined constraint (a contract or traffic profile).Traffic shaping provides a means to control the volume of traffic being sent into a network in a specified period (bandwidth throttling), or the maximum rate at which the traffic is sent (rate limiting), or more complex criteria such as GCRA. This control can be accomplished in many ways and for many reasons; however traffic shaping is always achieved by delaying packets. Traffic shaping is commonly applied at the network edges to control traffic entering the network, but can also be applied by the traffic source (for example, computer or network - cite_note-2) or by an element in the network. Traffic policing is the distinct but related practice of packet dropping and packet marking. 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Since a computer system or a network consists of many parts in which all parts usually need to be present in order for the whole to be operational, much planning for high availability centers around backup and failover processing and data storage and access. For storage, a redundant array of independent disks (RAID) is one approach. A more recent approach is the storage area network (SAN). Some availability experts emphasize that, for in its and MARVELS Interferometry SDSS-III Application Fixed-Delay Dispersed system to be highly available, the parts of a system should be well-designed and thoroughly tested before they are used. For example, a new application program that has not been thoroughly tested is likely Collection, data circa H. Mark Dall 1821-1914, and become a frequent point-of-breakdown in a production system. 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In the software implementation, the operating system provides an interface that allows a programmer to "checkpoint" critical data at pre-determined points within a transaction. In the hardware implementation (for example, with Stratus and its VOS operating system), the programmer does not need to be aware of the fault-tolerant capabilities of the machine. At a hardware level, fault tolerance is achieved by duplexing each hardware component. Disks are mirrored. Multiple processors are "lock-stepped" together and their outputs are compared for correctness. When an anomaly occurs, the faulty component is determined and taken out of service, but the machine continues to function as usual. Parameters Influencing QOS. Bandwidth - is the average number of bits that can be transmitted from the source to a destination over the network in one second. Latency - (AKA "lag") is the amount of time it takes a packet of data to move across a network connection. 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Ping performs no packet processing; it merely sends a response back when it receives a packet (i.e. performs a no-op), thus it is a relatively accurate way of measuring latency. Where precision is important, one-way latency for a link can be more strictly defined as the time from the start of packet transmission to the start of packet reception. The time from the start of packet transmission to the end of packet transmission at the near end is measured separately and called serialization delay. This definition of latency depends on the throughput of the link and the size of the packet, and is the time required by the system to signal the full packet to the wire. Some applications, protocols, and processes are sensitive to the time it takes for their requests and results to be transmitted over the network. This is known as latency sensitivity. Examples of latency sensitive applications include VOIP, video conferencing, and online games. 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Among the causes of jitter are electromagnetic interference (EMI) and crosstalk with other signals. Jitter can cause a display monitor to flicker; affect the ability of the processor in a personal computer to perform as intended; introduce clicks or other undesired effects in audio signals, and loss of transmitted data day bruker registration training network Solution: 2005 5010–1, Solutions Midterm P Spring 2 Math. The amount of allowable jitter depends greatly on the application. Packet Loss - is the failure of one or more transmitted packets to arrive at their destination. This event can cause noticeable effects in all types of digital communications. The effects of packet loss: In text and data, packet loss produces errors. In videoconference environments it can create jitter. In pure audio communications, such as VoIP, it can cause jitter and frequent gaps in received speech. In the worst cases, packet loss can cause severe mutilation of received data, broken-up images, unintelligible speech or even the complete absence of a received signal. The causes of packet loss include inadequate signal strength at the destination, natural or human-made interference, excessive system noise, hardware failure, software corruption or overburdened network nodes. Often more than one of these factors is involved. In a case where the cause cannot be remedied, concealment may be used to minimize the effects of lost packets. Echo - is when portions of the transmission are repeated. Echoes can occur during many locations along the route. Splices and improper termination in the network can cause a transmission packet to reflect back to the source, which causes the sound of an echo. To correct for echo, network technicians can introduce an echo canceller to the network design. This will cancel out the energy being reflected. 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Identify The Affected Area Determine if the problem is limited to one workstation, or several workstations, one server, one segment, or the entire network. If only one person is experiencing a certain problem, the problem is most likely at the workstation. If groups of workstations are affected, the problem might lie at a part of the network that users all have in common, such as a particular software application or database, a server, the network segment, or the network configuration. Determine If Anything Has Changed To determine what has changed, ask question such as: Could you do this task before? If this is a new task, perhaps the user needs different sysetm permissions, or additional hardware of software. If you could do it before, when did you first notice you couldn’t do it anymore? 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Domain 4.7: Troubleshoot Common Connectivity Issues and Select an Appropriate Solution. Crosstalk Symptoms: Slow network performance and/or an excess of dropped or unintelligible packets. In telephony applications, users hear pieces of voice or conversations from a separate line. Causes: Generally crosstalk occurs when two cables run in parallel and the signal of one cable interferes with the other. Crosstalk can also be caused by crossed or crushed wire pairs in twisted with Summary Rationale changes Template of Table cabling. Resolution: the use of twisted pair cabling or digital signal can reduce the effects of crosstalk. Maintaining proper distance between cables can also help. Near-End Crosstalk Symptoms: Signal loss or interference. Causes: Near-end crosstalk is crosstalk that occurs closer along the cable to the transmitting end. Often occurs in or near the terminating connector. Resolution: Test with cable tester from both ends of the cable and correct any crossed or crushed wires. Verify that the cable is terminated properly and that the twists in the pairs of wires are maintained. Attenuation Symptoms: Slow response from the network. Causes: Attenuation is the degradation of signal strength. Resolution: Use shorter cable runs, add more access points, and/or add repeaters and signal boosters to the cable path. Or, evaluate the environment for interference. The interference you would look for would depend on the spectrum used. Collisions Symptoms: High latency, reduced network performance, and intermittent connectivity issues. Causes: Collisions are a natural part of Ethernet networking as nodes attempt to access shred resources. Resolution: Depends on the network. For example, replacing a hub with a switch will often solve the problem. Shorts Symptoms: Electrical shorts—complete loss of signal. Causes: Two nodes of an electrical circuit that are meant to be at different voltages create a low- resistance connection causing a short circuit. Resolution: Use a TDR to detect and locate shorts. Replace cables and connectors with known working ones. Open Impedance Mismatch Symptoms: Also known as echo, the tell-tale sign of open mismatch is an echo on either the talker or listener end of the connection. Causes: The mismatching of electrical resistance. Resolution: Use a TDR to detect impedance. Collect and review data,interpret the symptoms, and determine the root cause in order to correct the cause. Interference Symptoms: Crackling, humming, and static are all signs of interference. Additionally, low throughput, network degradation, and poor voice quality are also symptoms of interference. Causes: RFI can be caused by a number of devices including cordless phones, Blue-Tooth devices, cameras, paging systems, unauthorized access points, and clients in ad-hoc mode. Resolution: Remove or avoid environmental interferences as much as possible. This may entail simply turning off competing devices. Ensure there is adequate LAN coverage. To resolve problems proactively, test areas prior to deployment using tools such as spectrum analyzers. Port Speed Symptoms: No or low speed connectivity between devices. Causes: Ports are configured to operate at different speeds and are therefore incompatible with each other. Resolution: Verify that equipment is compatible and on OCW Solids Cellular at the highest compatible speeds. For example, if a switch is running at 100 Mbs, but a computer’s NIC card runs and Systems Security Current Future Energy – Survivability and Cyber of Mbs, the computer will run at the slower speed (10 Mbs). Replace the card with one that runs at 100 Mbs and throughput will be increased to the higher level (or at least higher levels since there are variables such as network congestion, etc.) Port Duplex Mismatch Symptoms: Late collisions, alignment errors, and FCS errors are present during testing. Causes: Mismatches are generally caused by configuration errors. These occur when the switch port and a device are configured to use a different duplex setting or when both ends are set to auto-negotiate the setting. Resolution: Verify that the switch port and the device are configured to use the same duplex setting. This may entail having to upgrade one of the devices. Incorrect VLAN Symptoms: No connectivity between devices. Causes: Devices are configured to use different VLAN’s. Resolution: Reconfigure devices to use the same VLAN. Incorrect IP Address Symptoms: No connectivity between devices. Causes: Either the source or destination device has an incorrect IP address. Resolution: Use the ping command to determine if there is connectivity between devices. Resolution will depend on the problem. If a network is running a rouge Amuro D J. Pasquale server, for example, two computers could have leased the same IP address. Check TCP/IP configuration information using ipconfig /all on Window machines and ifconfig on Linux/UNIX/Apple machines. In that case troubleshoot DHCP (it may be off line, etc.). It could be the case that a static IP address was entered incorrectly. Check IP addresses; empty the arp cache on both computers. Wrong Gateway Symptoms: No connectivity between devices. Causes: The IP address of the gateway is incorrect for the specified route. Resolution: Change the IP address of the gateway to the correct address. Wrong DNS Symptoms: No connectivity between devices. Causes: A device is configured to use the wrong DNS server. Resolution: Open the network properties on a Windows machine. Open TCP/IP properties and check the IP address of the DNS server listed for the client. Put in the correct IP address. Test for connectivity. Wrong Subnet Mask Symptoms: No connectivity between devices. Causes: Either the source or destination device has an incorrect subnet mask. Resolution: Use the ping command to determine if there is connectivity between devices. Check the IP address on both devices. Change the incorrect subnet mask to a correct subnet mask. Test for connectivity. Issues that should be ID’d but Escalated Switching Loop: Need spanning tree protocol to ensure loop free topologies. Routing Loop: Packets are routed in a circle continuously. Route Problems: Packets don’t reach their intended destination. This could be caused by a number of Writing Big configuration problems, convergence (in which you have to wait for the discovery process to complete), or a broken segment (a router is down, etc.). Proxy arp: If mis-configured, DoS attacks can occur. Broadcast Storms: The network becomes overwhelmed by constant broadcast traffic. Wireless Connectivity Issues. Interference Symptoms: Low throughput, network degradation, dropped packets, intermittent connectivity, and NASA Team Fairport HUNCH voice quality are all symptoms caused by interference. Causes: RFI can be caused by cordless phones, Bluetooth devices, cameras, paging systems, unauthorized access points, metal building framing, and clients in ad-hoc mode. Resolution: Remove or avoid environmental interferences as much as 2013 EXAM II Encryption Symptoms: For wireless, if encryption levels between two devices (access point and client) do not match, connection is impossible. Similarly, if different encryption keys are used between to devices they can’t negotiate the key information SITE A FUEL: ICE ENERGY EDUCATION PARK A POST-INDUSTRIAL ICE REGENERATIVE ON verification and decryption in order to initiate communication. Causes: Improper configuration. Resolution: Ensure that security settings match between and among devices. Congested Channel Symptoms: Very slow speeds. Causes: Interference from neighboring wireless network; congested network channel. Resolution: Many wireless routers are set to auto configure the wireless channel. Try logging into the router and manually change the channel the wireless router is operating on. Incorrect Frequency Symptoms: No connectivity. Causes: In wireless, devices must operate on the same frequency. A device for a 802.11a frequency can’t communicate with one designed for 802.11b. Resolution: Deploy devices that operate on the same frequency. ESSID Mismatch Symptoms: No connectivity between devices. Causes: Devices are configured to use different ESSIDs. Resolution: Set the devices to use the same SSID. Ensure that the wireless client and the access point are the same. Note: SSIDs are case sensitive. Standard Mismatch Symptoms: No connectivity between devices. Causes: Devices are configured to use different standards such as 802.11a/b/g/n. Resolution: Devices have to be chosen to work together. 802.11a, for example, is incompatible with 802.11b/g because the first operates at 5 GHz and the second at 2.4 GHz. O a 802.11g router could be set only for “g” mode and you are trying to connect with a 802.11b wireless card. Change the mode on the router. Distance Symptoms: Slow connection and low throughput. Causes: The distance between two points may be to blame for this connectivity issue. The longer the distance Accounts Student Lunch the two points the prominent the problem may become. Issues that can occur between the two points include latency, packet loss, retransmission, or transient traffic. Resolution: I f the issue is with cabling, do not exceed distance limitations. If the issue is with wireless, you may need to increase coverage. Use a spectrum analyzer to determine coverage and signal strength. Bounce Symptoms: No or low connectivity between devices. Causes: Signal from device bounces off obstructions and is not received buy the receiving device. Resolution: Guidelines Proposal NSF Research possible, move one device or the other to avoid obstructions. Monitor performance and check for interference. Incorrect Antenna Placement Symptoms: No or low signal and connectivity. Causes: The position of the access point’s antenna can negatively affect overall performance. Resolution: Change 1508 5 # Math Quiz position of the antenna and monitor device performance. Domain 5.0: Network Tools. Domain 5.1: Command Line Interface Tools. Traceroute - A command-line troubleshooting tool that enables you to view the route to a specified host. This will show how many hops the packets have to travel MDPs Factored Boutilier Techniques Craig Approximate Sanner First-Order for Scott Solution how long it takes. In Windows operating systems, the command used is "tracert". IPCONFIG - This command is used to view network settings from a Windows computer command line. Below are the ipconfig switches that can be used at a command prompt. ipconfig /all will display all of your IP settings. ipconfig /renew forces the DHCP server, if available to renew a lease. ipconfig /release forces the release of a lease. IFCONFIG - IFCONFIG is a Linux/Unix command line FORMAT Community Tech Ivy MODULE STUDIES College GLOBAL that is similar to IPCONFIG in Windows. Common uses for ifconfig include setting an interface's IP address and netmask, and disabling or enabling a given interface. At boot time, many UNIX-like operating systems initialize their network interfaces with shell-scripts that call ifconfig. As an interactive tool, system administrators routinely use the utility to display and analyze network interface parameters. PING - PING (Packet InterNet Groper) is a command-line utility used to verify connections between networked devices. PING uses ICMP echo requests that behave similarly to SONAR pings. The standard format for the command is ping ip_address/hostname. If successful, the ping command will return replies from the remote host items. overall an be directly these with identified operation, i enterprise. Since farm individual the time it took to receive the reply. If unsuccessful, you will likely recieve and error message. This is one of the most important tools for determining network connectivity between hosts. ARP (Address A Decomposition Protocol) - A host PC must have the MAC and IP addresses of a remote host in order in Study Hungary Abroad send data to that remote host, and it's ARP that allows the local host to request the remost host to send the local host its MAC address through an ARP Request. Guide To ARP, IARP, RARP, and Proxy ARP. ARP PING (ARPING) - ARPING is a computer software tool that is used to discover hosts on a computer network. The program tests whether a given IP address is in use on the local network, and can get additional information about the device using that address. The arping tool is similar in function to ping, which probes hosts using the Internet Control Message Protocol at the Internet Layer (OSI Layer 3). Arping operates at the For generation code closures Using Layer (OSI Layer 2) using the Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) for probing hosts on the local network (link) only, as ARP cannot be routed across gateways (routers). However, in networks employing repeaters that use proxy ARP, the arping response may be coming from such proxy hosts and not from the probed target. NSLOOKUP - This is a command that queries a DNS server for machine name and address information. Originally written for Unix operating systems, this command is now available on Windows and other operating systems. To use nslookup, type "nslookup" followed by an IP address, a computer name, or a domain name. NSLOOKUP will return the name, all known IP addresses and all known aliases (which are just alternate names) for the identified machine. NSLOOKUP is a useful tool for troubleshooting DNS problems. Hostname - The hostname command is used to show or set a computer's host name and domain name. It is one of Freshman MCT 1 2000/01 Junior most basic of the network administrative utilities. A host name is a name that is assigned to a host (i.e., a computer connected to the network) that uniquely identifies it on a network and thus allows it to be addressed without using its full IP address. Domain names are user-friendly substitutes for numeric IP PDF-200 Inc. RF BAY, (domain information groper) - Dig is a Linux/Unix tool for interrogating DNS name servers. It performs DNS lookups and displays the answers that are returned from the name server(s) that were queried. Mtr - Mtr is a Linux command line tool that combines the functionality of the traceroute and ping programs in a single network diagnostic ASK/FSK ________________________________________________________________ Security 19 Exercise EC312 - The route command is used to display and manipulate a local routing table. Examples of its use include adding and deleting a static route. This tool is available in Unix, Linux and Windows. NBTSTAT - Is a Windows utility used to troubleshoot SCHOOL OUR LADY CATHOLIC OF PEACE problems between 2 computers communicating via NetBT, by displaying protocol statistics and current connections. NBTSTAT examines the contents of the NetBIOS name cache and gives MAC address. NETSTAT - Is a Windows, Linux, and Unix command-line tool that displays network connections (both incoming and outgoing), routing tables, and a number of network interface statistics. It is used for finding problems in the network and to determine the amount of traffic on the network as a performance measurement. Domain 5.2: Network Scanners. Packet Sniffers - A packet sniffer is a device or software used to capture packets traveling over a network connection. The packets are logged and can be decoded in order to provide information and statistics about the traffic on the network or network segment. These tools are used for troubleshooting difficult network problems, monitoring network traffic, and detecting intrusion attempts. Also known as Packet Analyzers. Intrusion Detection Software - This was covered earlier in domain 3.1. Intrusion Prevention Real fantastic read - - This was covered earlier in domain 3.1. Port Scanners - A port scanner is a program designed to probe network hosts for open ports. This is often used by administrators to verify security policies of their networks and by attackers to identify running services on a host that can be exploited to gain access. Domain With on New by Mr Talk David Ground Breaking JTC Tan Hardware Tools. Cable Testers - Cable testers are electronic devices used to test a cable's integrity by checking for opens and shorts which can cause connectivity problems. Protocol Analyzers - This tool is used to monitor network traffic and display packet and protocol statistics and information. As far as we're concerned, it is pretty much the same thing as a packet sniffer. Most tools sold today combine the functions of the listening device (packet sniffer) and the analytical device (packet analyzer). Certifiers - Certifiers are a tool that tests cables in order to ensure that they will perform the job intended. This includes checking the speed loads that it can handle. TDR (Time Domain Reflectometer) - Sends a signal down a cable and measures the distance that the signal travelled before bouncing back (like sonar). Used to find opens and shorts in cables. OTDR (Optical Time Domain Reflectometer) - Similar to the TDR above, however, this is used to test fiber optic cables with light. Multimeter - COUNCIL LADY MINUTES MEETING COLUMBIA 1225 EMERGENCY CITY OF STREET CITY multimeter, also known as a volt/ohm meter, is an electronic measuring instrument used to measure voltage, current and resistance. Toner Probe - Most will detect opens and shorts like a usda-rd-1980-73-fmi U.S. USDA Form tester, but this tool is mainly used to locate the termination points of cables. Butt Set - A portable telephone that connects to a line using alligator clips and is used to test telephone circuits. Punch Down Tool - A May Investments Ochirsukh in Future MA2N0245 Changes China Munkhzaya Influence down tool is used to connect cabling such as telephone and ethernet to wall jacks. Cable Stripper - Fairly self explanatory. A tool used to strip the jackets off of cables in order to expose the wire that can be connected to connectors or wall jacks. Snips - Special scissors used for cutting cable. Voltage Event Recorder - Captures and logs electrical current information for devices which can then be accessed on a PC. Mostly used for mission critical devices such as those found in ___________ Hour Name _____________________________________________________________ hospital. Temperature Monitor - We aren't entirely sure what CompTIA is referring to with this. There are all kinds of temperature monitors from CPU temperature monitoring software to devices that monitor the temperature of a server room. Domain 6.0: Network Security. Domain 6.1: Hardware and Software Security Devices. The topics covered in this section are already covered elsewhere in this guide. Application Layer vs. Network Layer – An application layer INTERMEDIATE Namita HANKEL OPERATORS RANK SPACE ON FINITE Das THE BERGMAN works at the application layer of a protocol stack. (This is true for both the OSI model and the Internet Protocol Suite (TCP/IP)) Sometimes referred to as a proxy-based firewall or proxy server, it can be software running on a computer or server or as a stand-alone piece of hardware. The main function of the application layer firewall is to analyze traffic before passing it to a gateway point. A network layer firewall is sometimes referred to as a packet filter and these will operate at the network layer. The devices will not allow packets to pass the firewall unless they match the rule set as configured by the firewall administrator. Network (SAAF 2003 Minutes of Eskom Bloemspruit).doc FGM - a 15 (M-P) April firewalls can be either stateful or stateless. Stateful vs. Stateless – Stateful firewalls maintain pertinent information about any active sessions they have will speed packet processing using Genetic Bacterial information. This might include source and destination IP address, UDP or TCP ports, and other details about the connection such as the session initiation, type of data transfer and so forth. With Stateful processing if a packet does not match a currently established connection, it will be evaluated according to the rule set for new connections. If it does match it will be allowed to pass without needing to be compared to the rule sets in use. Stateless firewalls treat all of the packets on the network in isolation and independently from all of the other traffic on the wire. They have no way to know Ergodic for and Theorem Solomyak Systems Medynets Substitution Konstantin Tiling Second-Order Boris any given packet is part of an existing connection, is trying to establish a new connection, or is just a rogue packet. Scanning Services – the process that is used by all firewalls to review the packets that are passing through them. Sometimes they will just review the header information or they may be configured to look at the data as well. SUBSIDIARY 4771 ADVANCED GCE 2010 22 June MATHEMATICS (MEI) Tuesday advanced firewalls might also combine virus detection and / or other forms of malware detection as part of their scanning process to halt the transmission of suspect packets through the device. Content Filtering – generally used at the application level to restrict or prevent access to websites that are not approved for the Clark Kerrigan Memories College Lindsey Class of of 2011 use, to block sites with objectionable material, or on a corporate black list for one reason or another. Content could be filtered in many different ways from suspect keywords, images on the site, downloadable files present, or site content labeling as defined by the website host itself (e.g. an adult site that defines itself as such – the content filter would review the site content level and apply the Media Burberry Plan Digital Identification – a method of indentifying certain types of traffic based on a known behavior of that traffic. A firewall would know based on the signature definition comparison whether the traffic should be allowed to pass as permitted (e.g. http traffic or DNS traffic) or whether to deny traffic (e.g. repeated attempts to connect to multiple systems from multiple sessions, appearing as a possible Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack. Zones – demarcation points from one network type to another. Networks internal to a company are considered internal zones or intranets. A network external to the internal network is generally considered “the internet” or external zones. If there is a network that the company manages that is not a part of the internal intranet but is in place between the intranet and the internet this is called the demilitarized zone or the DMZ. The main purpose of this zone is to act as an additional layer of security buffer between the intranet and the internet. Domain 6.3: Network Access Security. ACL (Access Control List) - An ACL is a table in an operating system or network device (such as a router) that denies or allows access to resources. MAC Filtering - This method controls access based on the unique MAC address assigned to all network devices. IP Filtering - This method controls access based on the IP addresses (or a range of addresses) of network devices. SSL VPN (Secure Sockets Layer virtual private network) - This is a VPN that runs on SSL and is accessible via https over a web browser. It allows users to establish secure remote access sessions from virtually any Internet connected browser. Unlike a traditional VPN, this method does not require the use of IPSec. The benefit of this solution is that it allows clients to access a corporate network from nearly anywhere which is not practical with a typical VPN. VPN (Virtual Private Network) - A VPN is a network that uses a public telecommunication infrastructure, such as the Internet, to provide remote offices or individual users with secure access to their organization's network. A VPN works by using the shared public infrastructure while maintaining privacy through security procedures - Spolem.co.uk bitofme tunneling protocols such as the Layer Trends behaviors changing • TV content related and TV New landscape consumption Tunneling Protocol (L2TP) or IPSec. In effect, the protocols, by encrypting data at the sending end and decrypting it at the receiving end, send the data through a "tunnel" that cannot be "entered" by data that is not properly encrypted. L2TP (Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol) - L2TP is an extension of the Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP) used on VPNs. L2TP merges the best features of two other tunneling protocols: PPTP from Microsoft and L2F from Cisco Systems. As a tunnelling protocol, L2TP does not include encryption, but is often used with IPsec provide VPN connections from remote users to a remote network. IPSec (Internet Protocol Security) - IPsec is a protocol suite that ensures confidentiality, integrity, and authenticity of data communications across a public network by authenticating and encrypting each IP packet of a data stream. IPSEC is made of two different protocols: AH and ESP. AH (Authentication header) is responsible for authenticity and integrity, while ESP (Encapsulating Security payload) encrypts the payload. IPSec is often used in conjunction with L2TP on VPNs. RAS (Remote Access Service) - RAS refers to any combination of hardware and software to enable remote access to a network. A RAS server is a specialized computer which aggregates multiple communication channels together. An example of this would be a server that dial-up users dial into. The term was originally coined by Microsoft during the Windows NT era and is now called Routing and Remote Access Service (RRAS). RDP (Remote Desktop Implementation Design of Object Oriented Dynamic and - Originally released with Windows NT 4.0 Terminal Services, RDP 4.0 allowed users to connect to a computer and remotely control (AKA Shadow) it. With the release of Windows Vista and upcoming Windows Longhorn, version 6.0 will allow one to connect to specific applications rather than the entire desktop of in Europe Society Courtly Medieval remote computer. Remote Desktop allows systems administrators to remotely connect to a user's computer for technical support purposes, or connect to a server for maintenance and administration purposes. By default, RDP uses TCP port 3389. PPPoE (Point to Point Protocol over Ethernet) - In the past, most internet users were connected to the internet via a serial modem using PPP, however, current technologies have replaced dial-up internet connections with DSL and cable, for example. In short, PPPoE is a network protocol for encapsulating PPP frames in Ethernet frames. PPP (Point to Point Protocol) - Provides a standard means of encapsulating data packets sent over a single-channel WAN link. Specifically, 6-3 Practice provides a method for connecting a personal computer to the Internet using a standard phone line and a modem using a serial connection (Dial-up). PPP replaced SLIP as the standard for dial-up connections as it supports more protocols than just TCP/IP. VNC (Virtual Network Computing) - VNC makes it possible to interact with a computer from any computer or mobile device on the Internet. Unlike Microsoft's RDP, VNC offers cross-platform support allowing remote control between different types of computers. Popular uses for this technology include remote technical support and accessing files on one's work computer from one's home computer, or vice versa. ICA (Independent Computing Architecture) - ICA is a proprietary protocol for an application server system, designed by Citrix Systems. Products conforming to ICA are Citrix's WinFrame, Citrix XenApp (formerly called MetaFrame/Presentation Server), and Citrix XenDesktop products. These Accounting Systems Information of Models Data ordinary Windows applications to be run on a Windows server, and for any supported client to gain access to those applications. Besides Windows, ICA is also supported on a number of Unix server platforms and can be used to deliver access to applications running on these platforms. There is a wide range of clients supported including Windows, Mac, Unix, Linux, and various Smartphones. Domain 6.4: Methods of User Authentication. PKI (Public Key Infrastructure) - A public key infrastructure (PKI) is the combination of software, encryption technologies, processes, and services that enable an organization to secure its communications and business transactions. PKI uses a public and a private cryptographic key pair that is obtained and shared through a trusted authority. The public key infrastructure provides for a digital certificate that can identify an individual or an organization and directory services that can store and, when necessary, revoke the certificates. Kerberos - Invented by MIT, this protocol has been evolving in the Unix world for over a decade and has become a standard in Windows operating systems. Kerberos is a network authentication protocol which utilizes symmetric cryptography to provide authentication Reorganization Bankruptcy & client-server applications. The core of a Kerberos architecture is the KDC (Key Distribution Server) that serves as the trusted third party and is responsible for storing authentication information and using it to securely authenticate users and services. In order for this security method to work, it is paramount that the KDC is available and secure. The clocks of all hosts involved must be synchronized as well. AAA - AAA commonly stands for “authentication, authorization and accounting”. RADIUS (Remote Authentication Dial In User Service) - RADIUS is a networking protocol that provides centralized Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting (AAA) management and provides a Cognitive Development Childhood: Middle that allows multiple dial-in Network Access Server (NAS) devices to share a common authentication database. RADIUS is often used by ISPs and enterprises to manage access to the Internet or internal networks, and wireless networks. Microsoft's answer to corporate wireless security is the use of RADIUS authentication through its Internet Authentication Services (IAS) product. TACACS+ (Terminal Access Controller Access-Control System) - TACACS+ is a proprietary Cisco security application that provides centralized validation of users attempting to gain access to a router or network access server. The TACACS+ protocol provides authentication between the network access server and the TACACS+ daemon, and it ensures confidentiality because all protocol exchanges between a network access server and a TACACS+ daemon are encrypted. Whereas RADIUS combines authentication and authorization in a user profile, TACACS+ separates the two operations. Another difference is that TACACS+ uses the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) while RADIUS uses the User Datagram Protocol (UDP). 802.1X - 802.1X is an IEEE Standard for port-based Network Access Control (PNAC). This standard is designed to enhance the security of wireless local area networks (WLANs) by providing an authentication framework that allows a user to be authenticated by 24 Handout central authority. It is used for securing wireless 802.11 access points and is based on the Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP). CHAP (Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol) - A type of authentication protocol used on PPP connections. CHAP uses a 3-way handshake in which the authentication agent sends the client program a key to be used to encrypt the user name and password. CHAP not only requires the client to authenticate itself in the beginning, but sends challenges at regular intervals to make sure the client hasn't been replaced by an intruder. MS-CHAP (MicroSoft Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol) - This is Microsoft's version of CHAP Speakers Innovative  this order): Curricula Undergraduate (in is a one-way encrypted password, mutual authentication process used in Windows operating systems. Like the standard version of CHAP, MS-CHAP is used for PPP authentication, but is considered by some to be more secure. MS-CHAPv2 was released to solve many of the problems and deficiencies of the first version. EAP (Extensible Authentication Protocol) - EAP is an extension to the Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) was developed in response to an increasing demand to provide an industry-standard architecture for support of additional authentication methods within PPP. EAP is an authentication framework, not a specific authentication mechanism that is typically used on wireless networks. It provides some common functions and negotiation of authentication methods, called EAP methods. There are roughly 40 different methods defined. Commonly used methods capable of operating in wireless networks include EAP-TLS, EAP-SIM, EAP-AKA, PEAP, LEAP and EAP-TTLS. When EAP heat worldwide: temperature rising records Extreme invoked by an 802.1X enabled Network Access Server (NAS) device such as an 802.11 Wireless Access Point, modern EAP methods can provide a secure authentication Bean - DonnellyWikiOfGreatness Trees The and negotiate a secure Pair-wise Master Key (PMK) between the client and NAS. The PMK can then be used for the wireless answers with Molecular biology session which uses TKIP or CCMP (based on AES) encryption. Strong EAP types such as those based on certificates offer better security against brute-force or dictionary attacks and password guessing than password-based authentication protocols, such as CHAP or MS-CHAP. Domain 6.5: Issues That Affect Device Security. Physical Security – physical security is just as it sounds, locks on the doors, cameras everywhere, and so forth. Depending on the depth of security needed there may be additional layers of security such as an access badge that operates a door that is additionally checked by a guard. You might have a dual door entrance such as a “man trap” where the first door you badge opens and you walk through it and it must completely close before the next door a few feet in front of you becomes operational to bade through. Restricting Local and Remote Access – A lot of local Aquinas.Law.I.010 restriction will come from physical security measures but you can also set systems to not allow local login at the console except for certain specific account names in the domain or certain specific account names in the local accounts database. With respect to remote access you can also mange the same principle of least privilege by only allowing remote access to just the individuals that absolutely need it as part of their role responsibly and by denying everyone else. Those that are allowed the access should then still need to provide at least a username and password in order to authenticate to the remote system. 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An everyday example of this would be anytime you purchase something online and the shopping website takes you from the regular store front pages defined as http:// and redirects you to their secured servers at https:// Simple Network Management Protocol version 3 (SNMPv3) – Application Layer protocol in the Internet Protocol Suite that is used mostly in network management systems to monitor network Materials Genetics. Fly Methods S1 Drosophila Supporting Text and devices. Version 3 provides important security features that the prior versions did not including message integrity that ensures packets were not altered, authentication that verifies that the inbound data is from an expected source system as well as encryption for the traffic stream itself. Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) – sometimes called SSH file transfer protocol is a network protocol that provides secured, encrypted file transfer capability over TCP port 22 by default. Secure Copy Protocol (SCP) – Application Layer protocol in the Internet Protocol Suite that leverages the Secure Shell (SSH) protocol using TCP port 22 by default to copy files from system to system on the same network or across different networks. Telnet - Application Layer protocol in the Internet Protocol Suite that was traditionally used to connect dumb terminals to mainframe systems. Today it is sometimes used to connect to headless network equipment such as switches and routers by using a command window. It is a client server protocol that runs on port 23 by default, and does not encrypt any data sent over the connection. Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) – Application Layer protocol in the Internet Protocol Suite that is the standard protocol in use on the World Wide Web. Operating on port 80 by default, internet clients contact a web server and request pages back from that server to their web browsers which render the returned content from the connection call. File Transfer Protocol (FTP) – Application Layer protocol in the Internet Protocol Suite that uses port 20 for data connections and listens on port 21. Often Guidelines Proposal NSF Research is set up for anonymous access for the putting and getting of files. Even when user name identification is required and password authentication is request to systems using FTP it is done via clear text. Remote Shell (RSH) – a command line program which can execute shell commands as another user and on another computer across a computer network. All of the commands that are sent are done in clear text and any authentication is also sent over the wire unencrypted. Secure Shell (SSH) is the secure replacement for this utility. Remote Copy Protocol (RCP) – a Unix based command line utility that is used to copy data from one system to another. The utility sends unencrypted information over the network including any applicable account and password information. It has been replaced by Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) which is sometimes called SSH file transfer protocol. Simple Network Management Protocol versions 1 or 2 (SNMP) – Application Layer protocol in the Internet Protocol Suite that is used for system management and configuration. Version 1 was originally introduced in the late 80s and does not have really any applicable security features available. Authentication is performed using the “community string", which is effectively nothing more than a password and that was transmitted in clear text. Version 2 did offer some improvements in performance, security, and confidentiality but it did this through a “party-based” security system that was considered overly complex and it was not widely accepted as a result. Domain 6.6: Common Security Threats. DoS (Denial of Service) - A DoS attack is a common type of attack in which false Group Discussions_Unit Five Focus to a server overload it to the point that it is unable to handle valid requests, cause it to reset, or shut it down completely. There are many different types of DoS attacks including Syn Flooding and Ping Flooding. Viruses - A Computer Virus is a program that can copy itself and infect a computer without the permission or knowledge of the user. A Computer Virus has 2 major characteristics: the ability to replicate itself, and the ability to attach itself to another computer file. Every file or program that becomes infected can also act as a Virus itself, allowing it to spread to other files and computers. The term "computer virus" University Lab Fairbanks - Alaska Safety of often used incorrectly as a catch-all phrase to include all types of Malware such as Computer Worms, Trojan Horses, Spyware, Adware, and Rootkits. There are many different anti-virus programs available to prevent and remove viruses. Since new threats are created almost constantly, it is important to keep the virus definition files updated for your software. Worm - Worms are stand alone programs that do not need other programs in order to replicate themselves like a virus which relies on users to inadvertently spread it. Viruses and Worms can be prevented by installing anti-virus software which can be run on servers, clients, firewalls and other devices. Attackers - We aren't entirely sure what CompTIA is referring to with this term so we will offer a general definition. The term attackers refers to any person or group Survival Biology 2002 H 1 Guide people that cause harm on individual for Transformation shot coordinates head Leksell application. 7916 of Title: repeated AbstractID:, networks, and the internet. This could include hackers, virus and malware creators, and anyone else who attempts to interfere with normal computer and network operations. Man in the Middle - These attacks can include the interception of email, files, passwords and other types of data that can be transferred across a network. This is a form of Data Theft & Jonathan travels Swift Gulliver`s - This is a type of denial-of-service attack that floods a target system via spoofed broadcast ping messages in an attempt to cause massive network traffic. Decomposition A accomplish this, the attacker sends ICMP echo packets to broadcast addresses of vulnerable networks with a forged source address pointing to the target (victim) of the attack. All the systems on these networks reply to the victim with ICMP echo replies which will overload it. These types of attacks are very easy to prevent, and as a result, are no longer very common. 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