Principles of Network and System Administration (Google eBook)
John Wiley & Sons
, Nov 22, 2002
- 428 pages
A practical guide for meeting the challenges of planning and designing a network
Network design has to be logical and efficient, decisions have to be made about what services are needed, and security concerns must be addressed. Focusing on general principles, this book will help make the process of setting up, configuring, and maintaining a network much easier. It outlines proven procedures for working in a global community of networked machines, and provides practical illustrations of technical specifics. Readers will also find broad coverage of Linux and other Unix versions, Windows(r), Macs, and mainframes. The author includes discussions on the social and ethical aspects of system administration.