Each networking device can be configured in different ways. Most types of misconfigurations generate problems within the network, including:
- Poor throughput
- Lack of connectivity
A device can be connected to the network, have a signal, and be able to communicate to the Internet and to other devices but the performance might be low, in a consistent and easily reproducible way. This can manifest during normal operations, including file transfer or other types of communications with the rest of the network.
With major configuration issues, the issue might manifest as complete lack of connectivity, including . . .
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