Planning and managing ATM networks

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Manning, 1997 - Computers - 321 pages
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Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) is the high-speed networking technology that promises to speed up bogged down networks with mixed LAN and WAN environments. This book offers a "how to" approach to ATM implementation from the perspective of network specialists responsible for the design, deployment, and day-to-day operation of the ATM-based network. Covers fault management, performance management, configuration management, accounting management, security management, LAN emulation and virtual LANs. For corporate network planners and managers interested in bringing ATM to the organization.

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Contents

The Emergence of
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ATM Architecture
38
LAN Emulation
49
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DANIEL MINOLI has worked and published extensively in the field of IT security, with more than thirty years of hands-on experience in IT, telecommunications, wireless, and networking. He has helped develop systems and solutions for such organizations as Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA), Bell Telephone Laboratories, ITT, Prudential Securities, Telcordia (Bell Communications Research), AT&T, Leading Edge Networks, Capital One Financial, New York University, Rutgers University, Stevens Institute of Technology, and Societe Generale de Financement du Quebec. His columns have been published in Computerworld, Network World, and Network Computing.

JAMES CORDOVANA has a decade of experience as an information technology and security professional, deploying advanced information security architectures for numerous applications, systems, and networks. For the past several years, Mr. Cordovana has held the position of Security Architect, taking part in the evolution of the information security posture of a Fortune 200 company.

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