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As you have seen in the previous layered subsections, after you have eliminated Physical Layer issues, protocol connections are troubleshooting targets that must be considered. After the protocol connections have been confirmed as operational, it is time to move up to the Application Layers. I could n ot beg in to cover thee vast va riety of upper-layer a pp l ications in use today, but I will introduce some more of the major Application Layer protocols of the IPX/SPX suite.

Prepare for the next secti on by perfomi ng th e following:

• Use Sniffer to capture the Novell server starting up; use a config command on the Novell box and a ping to the Novell server from r1. Save the file as chapter 4 startup 8023 server config and p/n g sniffer capture.

• Use Sniffer to capture a client startup on an 802.3 network. Browse Network Neighborhood und look at the sys voleme ob the Novell se rver. Next s elect Start > Run \\gwise\vol1, chooseSoftware and then Client. Optionally, select Whoami by right-clicking Network Neighborhoode Save the file as chapter 4 client startup on 8023 browse net neigh and sys sniffer capture.

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