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Reviewer Rob Slade wrote:
Part one of the book offers a general background to data newtworking. This
would be suitable, and helpful, as a quick introduction to the topic and
jargon, particularly the business oriented buzzphrases. Part two talks about
network devices, three the "larger" network protocols, and four LAN topologies.
Aside from the lack of discussion of routing, there does not appear to be much
reason for the emphasis on "subnetworks".
Although the stated audience covers managers, techies, users and students, it
is difficult to say who might best benefit from the book. Aside from the
introductory material and an unusual structure, this might have been the data
link chapter in one of the older "generic" data communications seminars. While
the content has been padded out with examples from FDDI and ATM, the detail is
too little for technical development or support, the concepts too narrowly
focussed for general study, and the analysis insufficient for management or
copyright Robert M. Slade, 1996
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