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HOW TO: Setup DHCP user defined option tags to configure Wyse ThinOS Clients

Problem Today, I want to discuss how you can design Wyse ThinOS clients to get the information on basic things like the location of a FTP server, path to configuration files and other settings automatically without any effort from an end user. This will lead to being able to maintain a certain version of firmware […]

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Video: Installing Tracetcp, Tcping, WireShark and PortQry

The information provided in this video is meant as a tutorial. It is not the final word on security or setup for your particular case. In Simpler terms: USE at your own risk. That said, I hope it helps. Loading the player … This is the last of a four part series on networking troubleshooting: […]

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Video: WireShark Network Capture

The information provided in this video is meant as a tutorial. It is not the final word on security or setup for your particular case. In Simpler terms: USE at your own risk. That said, I hope it helps. Loading the player … This is part three of a four part series on networking troubleshooting: […]

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Video: Name Resolution and Port Queries

The information provided in this video is meant as a tutorial. It is not the final word on security or setup for your particular case. In Simpler terms: USE at your own risk. That said, I hope it helps. Loading the player … This is part two of a four part series on networking troubleshooting: […]

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Video: Using Tracetcp versus Tracert

The information provided in this video is meant as a tutorial. It is not the final word on security or setup for your particular case. In Simpler terms: USE at your own risk. That said, I hope it helps. Loading the player … This is part one of a four part series on networking troubleshooting: […]

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HOW TO: Using MessageAnalyzer to export files to Wireshark

Sometimes you may get a file (usually from an open source system, such as Linux) that has network data. If you try to use notepad to open it in Windows, you will see that it is in binary. The text will be unreadable and you may also think that this file provides no value. (As […]

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