Learn how to solve intermittent problems and unexpected events.
Many tools used today to monitor the network can indicate that a problem has occurred, but they cannot go back in time. The only way to get to the root is to use a Network Recorder, a device that can capture and store packets at full line speed.
Learn the shortcomings of traditional protocol analyzers and key considerations when selecting a network recorder for back-in-time network forensics analysis.
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