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Upgrading and Repairing Networks makes it easier to fix your networks, and do it right the first time. It is a comprehensive reference guide to help network administrators address and resolve daily network problems and understand exactly how to upgrade their network. This book enables the reader to stay in tune with the increasingly complex task of computer networking by covering topics such as: network planning and design, expanded coverage of Windows 2000, expanded coverage of NetWare, Wireless Networking including WAP, detailed coverage using Virtual LANs, increased coverage of gigabit Ethernet, security and firewalls, and in depth coverage of VPN.
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Though he didn't do the writing himself, Scott Mueller's involvement in Upgrading and Repairing Networks is evident in the thoroughness of the book's coverage and the quality with which documentation has been written and compiled. Like Mueller's highly respected books on personal computer hardware, this book treats its subject in great depth, acknowledging that information about older technologies is valuable to the significant numbers of people who still run those technologies. Pretty much every local area network (LAN) technology from the past 15 years--as well as the most popular internetworking technologies and the emerging wireless networking protocols--are documented here. Author Terry Ogletree explains how the technologies work in order to help you figure out where to turn when they're misbehaving. One difference between this book and the PC hardware book: this one is much less hardware-centric, focusing instead on software, protocols, and network services.
Ogletree relies heavily on text, and takes time to explain everything from the histories of various protocols to Microsoft's design goals for Active Directory in Windows 2000 networks. Reading his text is rewarding, particularly if you have an appropriately networked system nearby with which you can investigate the features he points out. Operating system coverage is broad--Unix, Linux, NetWare, and Windows are all covered in turn--though most generic sections (such as those having to do with protocols) use Windows NT or Windows 2000 in their examples. --David Wall
Topics covered: The state of the art in local and wide area networking technology (emphasis on LANs), and the older technologies that led us here. Physical network design, protocols, operating systems, and services all get attention.About the Author:
Terry Ogletree is a consultant currently working in the New Jersey area. He has worked with networked computers since 1980, starting on Digital Equipment PDP computers and OpenVMS-based VAX systems. Terry has worked with UNIX and TCP/IP since 1985 and has been involved with Windows NT since it first appeared.
Other books published by this author:
Upgrading and Repairing Networks, 2nd Edition
Windows NT Server 4.0 Networking
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