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Local area networks, wide area networks, Internet, wireless networks, technologies, theory, management and planning of networks.

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Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) does exactly what its name implies--it routes traffic efficiently from its origin on one network to its destination on another. Most typically, it's the protocol that provides a private network with Internet connectivity. Internet Routing Architectures is an authoritative text on BGP in theory and practice, covering everything from good design of BGP-based internetworks to actual implementation of those internetworks on Cisco Systems routers. This second edition includes more information than its predecessor on BGP-4; other improvements are updates rather than major additions or revisions. You will appreciate having this book on hand if your job has to do with optimizing traffic under BGP, or if you're preparin... Rest of this review on the detail page
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* This is the first commercially available book to offer CISA study materials * The consulting editor, Ronald Krutz, is the co-author of The CISSP Prep Guide (0-471-26802-X) * Provides definitions and background on the seven content areas of CISA * Includes many sample test questions and explanations of answers * More than 10,000 people registered for the CISA exam in 2002 * CD-ROM contains annual updates to the exam so the book remains current for a number of years
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This book consists of many short, focused topic features that answer all the typical questions newcomers ask, such as "how does this work? how do I do it?" without losing the reader or a sense of humor. Duntemann explains the complex security issues clearly, and shows how users can protect themselves from both obvious and non-obvious threats. He expands the blizzard of WiFi acronyms and touches on the human element in the WiFi movement, including hacker threats and WiFi weirdness. The unique FAQ-index feature allows readers to zero in on precisely what they need to know without plowing through unrelated text. Many technical figures clarify difficult concepts, with abundant Web pointers to further information.From the PublisherWe are really ... Rest of this review on the detail page
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Wi-Fi applications have blossomed tremendously over the last few years. What started out as cable replacement for static desktops in indoor networks has been extended to fully mobile broadband applications involving wide-area outdoor community networks, moving vehicles, high-speed trains, and even airplanes. Wi-Fi data rates have also continued to increase from 2 to 54 Mbit/s with current 802.11n proposals topping 500 Mbit/s. This development may eventually render wired Ethernet redundant in the local network. All in a Wi-Fi Network is a workbook designed to fill the need for a comprehensive yet compact and easy-to-use reference, specifically for anyone who wish to study the underlying principles of past, present, and emerging Wi-Fi technol... Rest of this review on the detail page
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Have you ever tried to figure out why your computer clock is off, or why your emails somehow have the wrong timestamp? Most likely, it’s due to an incorrect network time synchronization, which can be reset using the Network Time Protocol. Until now, most network administrators have been too paranoid to work with this, afraid that they would make the problem even worse. However, Expert Network Time Protocol takes the mystery out of time, and shows the network administrator how to regain the upper hand. Expert Network Time Protocol is a fascinating look into NTP, and the stories behind the science. Written by Peter Rybaczyk, one of the foremost experts on NTP, this book will show the Network Administrator how to become more comfortable ... Rest of this review on the detail page
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