Managing client-server environments: tools and strategies for building solutions
With a main focus on helping network systems managers and administrators manage their environments more effectively, this book covers the practical aspects of building workable management solutions, both for LANs and for enterprise internetworks that may include TCP/IP, IPX, SNA, DECnet or other protocols. Presents hands-on, proven solutions for instrumentation, virtual LANs, remote monitoring, and more.
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INTRODUCING DISTRIBUTED NETWORK
What Managers Want
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