Networking: The Complete Reference
|Book Title:||Networking: The Complete Reference|
|Publication:||McGraw Hill Education|
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Overview of Networking: The Complete Reference Book
Networking: The Complete Reference by Craig Zacker, is a reference book on the subject of networking. This book contains significant and focussed text for the professionals who deal with networking. It also helps with supportive content for beginners as well. A lot of the latest topics like network security, wireless, internet connections, network-design and remote network access have been included. The subject-matter of the book could serve to be the end-to-end guide for attaining the basic as well as an in-depth knowledge of networking.The book contains a plenty of topics for readers, such as OSI Networking Model, Network Interface Adapters, Wireless Networking, Wide Area Networking, Ethernet, Network Protocols, Token Passing Protocols, Active Directory, UNIX, DHCP, Network Administration, Email and Groupware. For conceptual as well as technical knowledge of networking, the book could be counted valuable.Handling troubleshooting and extending support to solving networking-related problems are an addition to this edition of the book. From selecting hardware or software to working with the internet servers, this book has relevant tables, flowcharts and diagrams. Networking: The Complete Reference was published by McGraw-Hill Education in 2002 in paperback.
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7 Jan 2002
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