Networking: A Beginner's Guide
A Beginner's Guide
Approachable intro to the world of networking Looking for an A-Z introduction to today's premier network operating systems? Networking: A Beginner's Guide, by Bruce A. Hallberg, builds a strong foundation in the fundamentals of Windows NT/2000, NetWare 5, and UNIX/Linux. This tutorial fully explains low and higher level networking protocols, data communication technologies, security models, directory services, network ôbackboneö hardware and much, much more. You also get a Hands-On Lab that provides real-world experience with technical applications, enhanced with blueprints mapping out basic network design topologies. Plus, a companion Web site gives you even more information about network troubleshooting and security, and updated information on Windows 2000. This guide is designed for novices, but even experienced network pros will find it a valuable refresher, particularly on Windows upgrades.
389 pages; ISBN 9780072128772
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Title: Networking: A Beginner's Guide
Author: Bruce Hallberg
Alan M. Turing 2012 US$ 13.00 210 pages