Clear-cut and easy to read, The Complete Guide to Networking and Network+ prepares readers for CompTIA's Network + Exam. Ideal for aspiring information and electronics technicians, this text teached readers how to install, configure, and troubleshoot computer networks. Topics match Network + exam objectives and each OSI layer is given its own chapter covering protocols and hardware. Real-world situations are presented to show how networking professionals solve common networking problems. This book is suitable for classes specializing in certification preparation, and also for use as a standard textbook and reference on basic networking technology.
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Michael Graves is a certified hardware technician, network engineer and technical writer. He has taught computer hardware courses at Champlain College and The Essex Technical Center in Vermont. In addition, Michael Graves is certified in A+, Network +, Server+, INET+ and has been certified by Dell and Compaq to work on their different lines of servers.Review:
An Introduction to Networking: Some Raw Basics of Networking Clients and Severs - Who's the Boss? The Highways and Byways of the Network The World of OSI:Welcome to OSI Understanding the Physical Layer The Data Link Layer The Network Layer The Transport Layer The Session Layer The Application and Presentation Layer The Networking Protocols: An Introduction to TCP/IP Using TCP/IP on the Network The Other Protocols Putting It All To Work:Working with Remote Access Working with Network Security Data Recovery and Fault Tolerance Planning a Network Installation Network Documentation and Scheduled Maintenance Troubleshooting the Network Navigating the Internet
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