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Rogue DHCP: Troubleshooting Network Connectivity
Rogue DHCP: Troubleshooting Network Connectivity

Understand why a rogue Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol server can not only disrupt communications on a subnet, but can also pose a security risk. Learn the most common ways rogue DHCP servers form. Greg explains some common ways to detect a rogue, track it to the edge switch port, and shut it down. Observe common methods to prevent them from forming.

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Skill Level Intermediate
1h 10m
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Network Administration IT Operating Systems

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