Do you test network topology?
I was asked to look into it and found this great article to get started on Utest.
Topology shows you how clients, servers, routers and switches are interconnected. We talk about ‘logical’ topology, because how the physical wiring lays is beyond a tester’s control. If you don’t have physical access, you don’t need to know if they’re using a hybrid ring – you only need to know how the network acts logically.
I already use tools like Fiddler to see traffic. Do you recommend any other tools?
Do you think it is a tester’s responsibiity to test the network set up?
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