Toolwire Week 3 -Troubleshooting Network Access

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Unformatted text preview: w Toolwire DnDemand Workbench - h'hozilla Fire-fox — m httptffdcm.toolwire.comftrainingfjspfodwfframeset_d|.jsp?|abName=MSU_242-?A2_22?81UU1 Table offlontents I {lb iNTRooucTioH ’ Report Network access incorporates remote access, virtual private networks WPNs}, wireless access, and dial—up access. The potential for problems with Troub'EEIIWt'“ Remme “£0955 network access are numerous, so systems administrators must have a thorough understanding ofsuch areas as networking utilities, event logs. and troubleshooting tools in orderto You have movedthe SUL servers to a different subnet in orderto take advantage manually updatedthe DNS server records to reflect the change. A remote sales user calls to reportthat she can no longer retrieve any data froml diagnuge and rectify. network EECESS You give herthe IP address ofthe server and instruct her on how to ping the SflL issues. With the appropriate tools and the knuwiedge gfhgwm USE thgge You tell herto ping the SELL server again —this time using the server's FUDN. tools. the administrator can identify and She reports that a differenth address is now listed in the output ofthe commanr resolve most access or authentication _ To quickly resolve this connectivity issue, you instruct herto type iDCUnfiEI J'fiUShC problems that may arise. then press Enter. Lab Goals Lug The main goal in this lab exercise is as follows: That will solve her con nection problem. 1“ I Troubleshootnetwork access E Pleasemad thise—rnailfrom Jim smith. Head eflT.fel rri-dleinfo. and authentication errors Troubleshootin LAN Access Prerequisites T_DE To successfully complete this lab. you should have a thorough understanding ofthe following: Feng Lee, a user in the Accounts department, has reported difficulties when atter been instructedto investigate this issue. Place the steps you shouldtake to resolve this issue in the correct order. I- Windows Server 2003 FER-RS I- v'F'Ntechnologies I- RADIUS Ensure normal networl i Wireless HEMka connectivity is functionir technologies 0 Troubleshooting local area networks fulfils} and remote network access Determine the incidenc: level ofthe problem a e Examinethe logs and Co riht2|ZIIII4 Toolwire. Inc. T . .. I w Toolwire DnDemand Workbench - hhzilla Fire-fox — fl httpdfdcm.toolwire.comftrainingfjspfodwfframe5et_d|.jsp?|abName=MSU_242-?A2_22?81UU1 Table offlontents I {lb INTRODUCTION Network access incorporates remote access, virtual private networks WPNs}, _ _ _ _ _ wireless access, and dial—up access. The potential for problems with network access are numerous, so systems administrators must have a thorough understanding ofsuch areas as networking utilities, event logs. and troubleshooting tools in orderto diagnose and rectify network access Thar; the mum smug-"9e. issues. With the appropriate tools and the knowledge ofhowto use those tgglgl the adminigtratgr can identify and El Please read this e—mail flemJim Smith for mens- infe. resolve most access or authentication _ _ _ /— proolemsthatmayarise. Dmt'“ w'rEIESSACDeSS The head oflT has askedthatyou take the appropriate steps to stopjunior admir network settings. * Examinethe logs and events on Feng's compu' Examine the file server': system logs Lab Goals Lug The main goal in this lab exercise is as follows: 1“ What should you do to ensure thatthese wireless network settings are applied u I Trouoleshootnetwork access and authentication errors Prerequisites T_ng Configure a Domain Eontrollers Group Policy To successfully complete this lab. you should have a thorough understanding ofthe following: Configure a Domain Group Policy Windows ServerEEliJB FER-k3 v'F'N technolo ies RADIUS g thfigurs a Local Group Policy Wireless network technologies _ _ _ . Tmubleahmting IUCEI area Eonfigure an .fi'ntlahta Site Group Policy networks fulfils} and remote network access That's the policy you need. e 3:» Please read this meme- fmrn Jim Smith. Head at IT. far more infe. Co riht2|J|34 Toolwire. Inc. T ...
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This note was uploaded on 05/09/2010 for the course IT 221 1 taught by Professor Conrad during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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