The Network Press Dictionary of Networking
The Network Press Dictionary of Networking is a highly readable guide to the extensive - and often bewildering - terminology of network computing. This completely updated, expanded second edition spans all aspects of networking hardware and software - from peer-to-peer networks, to large systems, to the networking features of NetWare, OS/2, Windows 95, Windows NT, and Unix. Topics include the Internet; PC and server hardware; chips, memory, and adapters; communications; disk and other storage media; industry standards; microprocessors; mobile and wireless computing; networking theory and concepts; Novell NetWare 3.1x and 4.x commands (including NetWare 4.1); operating systems and environments; protocols; security and network administration; and slang. This book contains over 2,000 easy-to-find entries. Each alphabetical entry features a basic definition; appropriate pronunciations, acronyms, and abbreviations; and cross-references to other related information.
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