ENCOR: Troubleshooting Tools, System Logging, & NetFlow

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There are many things that can go wrong in today's networks. Fortunately, Cisco provides many classic troubleshooting tools that are built right into the software powering your devices. In this course, you learn about using ping, traceroute, debugs, traditional debugs, and SNMP. You might not need all of these tools all of the time, but having them as options is extremely important. Next, you'll move on to learn about Cisco system logging (syslog). You'll discover how to view syslog status messages at the command line and how to configure it to send messages to an internal buffer or a remote server that is designed to collect all of these messages. Finally, you'll examine a powerful packet analysis tool on your Cisco devices called NetFlow. This course can be used in preparation for the 350-401: Implementing and Operating Cisco Enterprise Network Core Technologies certification exam.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • configure SNMPv3 to allow secure management of a Cisco device
    use the debug command to activate or deactivate debugging on a Cisco device
    use the troubleshooting tool ping to identify if a host is reachable
    use traceroute to determine which device between you and a device is causing a break in the communication
  • configure a Cisco device to send log messages to a Syslog server
    configure and manage the system logging
    configure NetFlow for logging to a remote device
    interpret system NetFlow logging configuration and messages

IN THIS COURSE

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