Introduction to networking
A complete beginner's overview of networking. This book covers all the basics of how a network is put together and works. There is a section to help anyone considering a network perform a needs analysis. All current networking products are covered, including the NetWare 4.0 and Windows for Workgroups.
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Now That You Have the Network
Do You Need a Network?
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