Networks: Design and Management

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Orchard Publications, 2002 - Computers - 512 pages
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This text begins with the basic components of telephone and computer networks. Next, the Local Area Networks (LANs), Metropolitan Area Networks (MANs), Wide Area Networks (WANs), the OSI Management Model, the network devices that operate at different layers of the OSI model, and the IEEE 802 Standards are discussed. Several protocols and the physical topologies, bus, star, and ring are presented. The Ethernet, Token Ring, and Fiber Distributed Data Interface (FDDI) are described in detail. Concludes with an introduction to SNMP and RAMON.
 

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Contents

Chapter 2
2-1
The OSI Management Model Revisited 219
2-23
Physical Layer 220
2-41
Protocols Currently in Use
3-8
The Microsoft Protocol Suite 321
3-21
Exercises 337
3-39
NETWORKS Design and Management TOC1
4-1
Coaxial Cable
4-6
Uninterruptible Power Supply UPS 729
7-29
Workgroups 721
7-43
The Structure of Management Information SMI standard 812
8-12
The set Operation 839
8-21
Extensions to the SMI in SNMPv2 827
8-29
Frequently used ASN 1 Constructs 841
8-41
Elements of the Architecture 855
8-55
Summary 869
8-69

Fast Ethernet Networks 418
4-18
Chapter 5
5-1
Token Ring Networks 420
5-4
Bridges 513
5-17
Multiplexers 530
5-30
Hybrid Fiber Coax HFC Cable
6-6
Multiple Access Systems 619
6-19
Summary 633
6-33
NETWORKS Design and Management TOC3
7-3
Wired Networks
7-7
Network Administration 720
7-21
The HostTopN Group
9-7
RMON1 911
9-13
Exercises 926
9-27
Fiber Distributed Data Interface FDDI 425
A-4
User Accounts 723
A-7
An Example 832
A-8
Appendix C
C-1
Temporary Variables
D-7
Appendix
E-1
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