Encyclopedia of Networking

Book Description :

This book contains comprehensive, straightforward summaries of the major concepts, issues, and approaches related to networking. Networking is defined broadly to encompass configurations ranging from a couple of connected computers just a few feet apart to a network of several thousand machines (of all types and sizes) scattered around the world. You’ll find discussions of networking as it’s done by servers and clients, managers and agents, peers, and even over the telephone.

You probably won’t find anything here that you can’t find in other places. However, I don’t know of any other book or source that collects so much network-related information in one place. To find all the information summarized here, you would need to check hundreds of books, disks, articles, Web pages, or other documents.

Author : Wernel Feibel
Edition : Second Edition
Type : PDF
Pages : 1268


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