Sams Teach Yourself Networking in 24 Hours, 3rd Edition
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- Copyright 2004
- Pages: 480
- Edition: 3rd
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- ISBN-10: 0-7686-6296-6
- ISBN-13: 978-0-7686-6296-2
Build a network from the ground up in just 24 hours! Sams Teach Yourself Networking in 24 Hours is written in a unique task-oriented, step-by-step guide that allows you to learn the essentials of networking from beginning to end. Chapters are broken out into hour-long lessons, each one focusing on a specific topic, beginning with a basic overview of networking. After 24 one-hour lessons, you will have an understanding of the concepts, hardware and software that are needed to build a network, as well as wireless networks, SSID broadcast, security and anti-spam technologies. Rome may not have been built in a day, but a network could be!
Table of Contents
I. WHAT EXACTLY IS NETWORKING? Hour 1. An Overview of Networking. Hour 2. Why Build a Network?
II. THE BASICS. Hour 3. Getting Data from Here to There: How Networking Works. Hour 4. Computer Concepts. Hour 5. Network Concepts. Hour 6. Extending Your LAN and Wide Area Networks. Hour 7. Remote Networking.
III. BUILDING NETWORKS. Hour 8. Network Criteria. Hour 9. Designing a Network. Hour 10. Selecting Network Hardware and Software. Hour 11. Assembling a Network. Hour 12. Network Applications. Hour 13. Connecting to the Internet.
IV. NETWORK OPERATING SYSTEMS AND PROVIDING NETWORK-WIDE SERVICES. Hour 14. TCP/IP. Hour 15. Microsoft Networking. Hour 16. Unix and Linux Networking. Hour 17. Common Network Services and How to Provide Them.
V. INTRODUCTION TO NETWORK ADMINISTRATION. Hour 18. What is a Network Administrator? Hour 19. Security. Hour 20. Managing an Existing Network. Hour 21. Network Administration Tips and Tricks. Hour 22. A Day in the Life of a System Administrator. Hour 23. Security and Usability. Hour 24. Where Are Networks Going from Here? Glossary. Index.
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