Hands-on Client/server Internetworking
Internetwork your client/server system with any existing LAN-based network and keep the whole thing humming. Step by step, with more than 20 charts and checklists, this nuts-and-bolts guide leads you through the standards, architectures, and components involved, and also discusses what's involved in managing the client/server internetwork.
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Evolving Standards for the ClientServer
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