Grag Schaffer has published an article on computerworld.com about his approach to network latency hunting and troubleshooting. Makes a nice reading over lunch.
While the technology has changed, the basic methods for troubleshooting networks really haven't. Sure, there are fancier sniffers, analyzers and monitors, but the real basics that demand an understanding of networking to the core level remain the same. Let me present a case history from the days of Thinnet to illustrate.

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