Chapter 17. Monitoring Your Network

In This Chapter

If you’re the unofficial administrator of your home or small office network, I imagine you’re already saddled with a fairly long to-do list of network chores: adding and upgrading network devices, configuring your router, adding and maintaining users, creating passwords, adding shared folders, setting permissions, and on and on. The last thing you probably need is yet another set of chores tacked on to that list. Well, sorry, but I’m afraid I’m going to do just that in this chapter as I show you how to monitor three aspects of your network: performance, shared folders, and users.

The good news is that none of the monitoring ...

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