PRTG Network Performance Monitoring Course with LAB



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How Can I Monitor My Network?

The first step in getting started with your network monitoring is to identify which devices need to be monitored. You’ll also want to decide on what performance metrics you’ll be measuring.

Here are some baseline metrics you’ll want to monitor:

  • Bandwidth usage: You’ll want your network to be sending as much data as it can without being overloaded. Your network monitoring tool can identify how much bandwidth is typically used versus how much is currently being used.
  • Throughput: This measures the percentage of data packets that are actually being sent.
  • Latency: This is the time it takes between requesting data and receiving that data. Performance issues can be almost too small to recognize, so it’s important to have a monitoring tool in place.
  • Packet loss: This is the number of data packets that are lost during data transmissions.
  • Retransmission: This is a measure of how often data packets are lost and need to be retransmitted to complete a request for data.
  • Network availability/Uptime: This lets you know if your network is currently available. Your network monitoring tools can alert you when the network goes down, and how often.
  • Connectivity: You’ll want to make sure your network connection is operating at top performance at all times.

3 Benefits of Network Monitoring

Continuous monitoring of your network helps you to troubleshoot not just hard failures but slowdowns as well. Metrics such as throughput, latency, packet reordering, and jitters can be used to measure your network’s health.

Troubleshooting issues early ensures business continuity and fewer or no downtimes, including network monitoring benefits like:

1. Identifying Issues Anywhere in the Network

Network monitoring and assessment is a way to quickly locate a problem in the network. Monitoring your network’s performance can show you the cause and source of a network problem, where and when it occurred. It can also tell you who needs to fix it. When you actively monitor your network, you can detect any performance changes that could be problematic to users before they occur.

2. Better Use of IT Resources with Network Monitoring

IT teams are feeling more burnt out as a result of the pandemic. With 72% of IT professionals having taken on new responsibilities since the outset of the pandemic, a network outage could be a productivity killer. For example, an under-resourced IT manager would be required to divert attention from one business critical project to another with little notice or preparation.

The tools in network monitoring systems reduce manual work for IT teams. This gives back valuable time to an IT team to instead allocate to more critical projects.

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3. Providing Historical and Baseline Data with Network Monitoring

With the availability of baseline data, network monitoring tools can continually and automatically compare data. In case of performance degradation, an alert is sent to you, and you can immediately solve the problem. Historical data gives you a comparison point to determine optimal network performance or identify poor performance. It enables you to troubleshoot network problems of past events.

PS: Check the Free Preview videos to know more about the course and to be sure you can get accustomed to my accent

This PRTG Tutorial includes:

6/5 hours of practical and condensed knowledge

Immediate access to the entire collection of videos and files
Q&A support
Downloadable installation Media
Valuable links and resources

FAQ:

Q: Can I download PRTG Network Monitoring tutorial files?

Yes. We have uploaded all the installation and ISO files to practice the course without wasting your time searching these installation files on the web

Q: Can I watch the PRTG Network Monitoring tutorial course on Mobile?

Absolutely, Udemy is mobile-friendly and compatible with IOS and Android devices.

Q: How do you support me?

You would have direct support using:
Q&A section
LinkedIn chat

Q: Skill Requirements for PRTG Training course?

  • Basic knowledge of Ethernet TCP/IP
  • Basics of Network Monitoring

Q: What you’ll learn in this PRTG Training Course?

  • SNMP Concepts
  • How to Configure PRTG LAB
  • Describing PRTG Sensors
  • Monitoring Network Devices
  • Creating PRTG Map
  • Configuring Remote Probe & PRTG Cluster
  • Configuring PRTG Users and Groups
  • PRTG Notifications and Reporting
  • PRTG Application Optimization

Q: Who this PRTG training course is for:

  • Anyone planning to monitor servers like ESXi, Hyper-v
  • Anyone planning to monitor Network devices Using SNMP Protocol
  • Engineer or Administrators that want to learn more about Monitoring

Q: What’s your background?

I’ve spent the last 18 years building my career as a Network Engineer.
and I am a multivendor system engineer who is familiar with virtualization, cisco, windows server, monitoring, and security.
I want to help you master Network Engineering so you can get more experience and find a real job

Q: Can I see some of the PRTG Network Monitor tutorial course for free?

A few videos of the course are free to get a feel of the course and my teaching style, check out videos with the “preview” label they are free to access

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