Wireshark Essential Training

Wireshark Essential Training

English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 44KHz 2ch | 2h 21m | 989 GB

Wireshark Essential Training provides a solid overview of deep packet inspection by stepping through the basics of packet capture and analysis using Wireshark. In this course, Lisa Bock helps you understand the field values of the protocols and what’s considered normal behavior using precaptured packets from online repositories. Lisa helps you navigate through the many features of Wireshark. She begins by stressing the benefits of traffic analysis and discussing how this powerful tool can be used to examine traffic either live from wired or wireless connections. She compares the legacy and next generation versions of Wireshark, demonstrates how to install this tool on a PC and on a Mac, and explores the Wireshark interface. She then moves into deep packet analysis of common protocols such as TCP, IP, DHCP, and DNS. To wrap up, she summarizes working with packet captures, discusses the Wireshark expert system, and goes over how Wireshark can help detect network latency issues. She also illustrates ways to subset traffic and then share captures using CloudShark. Lisa walks participants through the basics, so no previous experience with Wireshark is necessary.

Table of Contents

1 Appreciating traffic analysis
2 What you need to know
3 Challenges
4 Disclaimer

Traffic Capture Overview
5 Benefits of traffic analysis
6 Download and install on a PC or Mac
7 Explore the Wireshark interface
8 Getting help
9 Tap into the data stream

Getting Started with Wireshark
10 Using display and capture filters
11 Discovering shortcuts
12 Grasping the OSI model
13 Generating a frame
14 Challenge Recognize the Wireshark interface
15 Solution Recognize the Wireshark interface

Examining the Internet Suite
16 Understanding the TCP-IP suite
17 Explaining Transmission Control Protocol
18 Recognizing the TCP connection process
19 Viewing the TCP handshake and teardown
20 Breaking down User Datagram Protocol
21 Outlining IPv4
22 Dissecting IPv6
23 Comprehending ICMP
24 Discovering ICMPv6
25 Challenge Evaluating a pcap
26 Solution Evaluating a pcap

Deep Packet Analysis of Common Protocols
27 Dissecting DNS
28 Exploring DHCP
29 Following an FTP transaction
30 Using HTTP
31 Understand ARP
32 Challenge Examining a packet capture
33 Solution Examining a packet capture

Working with Packet Captures
34 The Wireshark expert system
35 Network latency issues
36 Subset, save, and export
37 Using CloudShark

38 What’s next