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Chris focuses on assisting IT professionals in resolving the root cause of network and application performance problems. This is primarily done through use of a protocol analyzer reading and interpreting trace files. Additionally, I teach courses in network analysis and troubleshooting, Wireshark, and several vendor analysis products. Chris supports clients in several regions of the USA, Latin America, and Caribbean.
This year at Sharkfest, Garland Technology is sponsoring the group packet challenge (Thank you!). As packet-heads, we all enjoy digging through trace files and finding the hidden gems that lead to resolving a problem. If most of our...
Packets don’t lie – well, most of the time. They tell the truth unless they have been captured incorrectly. In those cases, packets can tell bold-faced lies. When digging through trace files, we can come upon symptoms in the packets that...
For years now we all have read about the difference between data capture off a span/mirror port and an inline network TAP. Packet Pioneer was interested to see the difference between a data stream captured on a network TAP versus a SPAN...