Business Data Networks and Telecommunications
Prentice Hall, 2002 - Computers - 510 pages
This cutting-edge exploration of data communications features 11 core chapters of essential material and 6 advanced modules—allowing readers at all levels of expertise to get up to speed and keep pace with the latest developments in the field. Real-world case studies, hands-on exercises, and a Market Realities section give readers a feel of—and prepare them for—the broad range of situations they are likely to encounter on the job. Core Network Concepts. Standards. Physical Layer Propagation. A Small Ethernet PC Network. Other LAN Technologies. Telephony: Internal and External. Wide Area Networks (WANS). Internetworking. Security. Network Management and Systems Administration. Networked Applications. For Network administrators.
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