PC Networking for Systems Programmers

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Wiley, Mar 30, 1992 - Computers - 224 pages
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Provides concise, fact-filled descriptions that cover the ``nuts and bolts'' of local area networks, targeting the programmer who must learn all facets of networking. Features the latest information on network protocols, bridges, routers, network management and security, E-Mail, client and fax services. Demonstrates network implementation details vital to a variety of configurations--PC to PC, PC to mini and mainframe, and LANS plus actual examples of how bridges and routers work.

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Networking and Distributed Processing
Communications Basics
Local Area Network Hardware

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Demian Schatt lives, breathes, eats, and sleeps the game of Minecraft. He is studying systems administrator classes at Stanford to prepare him to manage his own Minecraft server. Demian attends Laurel School in San Mateo, California. Besides Minecraft, his hobbies include skateboarding and playing the drums. Stan Schatt has written 30 books on a wide variety of topics including a novel for children (The Smartest Kid in the World), biographies of Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. and Michael Connelly, and books on career changing and technology. He has worn many different hats including English professor, autopsy assistant, police department administration, and market research company executive. He lives in Carlsbad, California. The latest information on Stan is available at his website: www.stanschatt.com

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