Absolute Beginner's Guide to Networking
This book takes readers on a graphical tour of networking. Through illustrations, network maps, and easy-to-follow instructions, users find out how to connect to a network and use Local Area Networks (LANs).Leads readers through the historical, planning, and implementing stages of networkingCovers topics such as remote access, interoperability, and Wide Area Networks (WANs)Outlines elements of a network, showing how they fit together as well as discusses Windows for Workgroups, NetWare, and LANtastic
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AppleTalk applications architecture ARCnet backup cable called client client/server communications complex components CompuServe configuration connections connectors cost database delete devices disk drives disk server e-mail electronic mail electronic messaging EtherNet example FDDI Figure file server systems functions groupware handle hard disk hardware installation LAN Manager LANtastic layer LocalTalk logical drive Macintosh mainframe Mbit/s memory messaging system Microsoft minicomputers MS-DOS NetBIOS network adapter network interface cards network operating system network services network systems network transport NOTE Novell Novell's packets password peer-to-peer network peer-to-peer systems performance Personal NetWare printer problems processor protocol routers shared signal specific standard storage StreetTalk subdirectory TCP/IP Telephone there's tion Token Ring topology transfer UNIX vendors VINES Windows for Workgroups workstation