-- With the increase of Internet use, the worldwide router market in 1999 was $7 billion according to the IDC
-- Nortel Networks "TM" holds the largest market next to Cisco "RM"
-- Written by a Nortel insider -- Mahalingham is a Senior Technical Engineer at Nortel, and has authored numerous official company documents
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Maintain and troubleshoot Nortel routers with this definitive hands-on guide.
Learn to troubleshoot Nortel routers and prevent network malfunctions with this authoritative reference. Written by a Nortel technical expert, this practical guide provides detailed coverage of how to ensure smooth router performance, and as a result, improve network reliability. Beginning with an overview of Access and backbone architectures, this book explains BayRS routers and interfaces, as well as troubleshooting datalink issues and network protocols. You'll also discover strategies for optimizing software and hardware performance and learn to baseline operational metrics. If you are a technician, engineer, or network architect working with Nortel Networks routers, this is the ultimate hands-on guide.
Ragho Mahalingam (Nashua, NH) is a certified Nortel Networks Engineer and is currently a member of the Senior Technical Staff as a Group Support Engineer at Nortel Networks where he supports mission critical data networks based on Bay/Nortel Network routers, switches and multivendor equipment.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Companies, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 1. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX007212654X