Network+ guide to networks

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Course Technology, Oct 1, 2001 - Computers - 948 pages
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Network+: A Guide to Networks, Second Edition is designed to prepare users for CompTIA's newly-revised 2002 Network+ certification exam, and fully maps to the exam objectives. The book is also an excellent general networking book, covering networking hardware and software, and the soft skills necessary to provide service to internal and external customers. Included in the book are several useful resources that any networking professional would find handy, including a directory of hardware resources, examples of standard networking forms, and a NetWare/Windows NT command reference.

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User Review  - Summer - Goodreads

I HATED this class. It may not have been so bad if I had taken it in person, but all IT classes at my school are either at night or online. So I opted for online, and discovered that reading about IT ... Read full review

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User Review  - Vanessa - Goodreads

It does it's job, but the information isn't presented in a fashion that helps you retain the information. It's dense text, little white space, and a bunch of terms and facts you have to memorize. They are organized and presented in a good order. Read full review

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Contents

An Introduction to Networking
1
Networking Standards and the OSI Model
36
Network Protocols
67
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About the author (2001)

Tamara Dean has worked in the field of networking for nearly 20 years as a network engineer, LAN administrator, consultant, and manager of Internet services and data center operations for a regional ISP. Tamara is the author of Network+ Guide to Networks; Network+ CoursePrep Study Guide; and Guide to Telecommunications Technology; all published by Course Technology.

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