Advanced Network Administration
For courses in Advanced Networking, or any course specializing in network technologies or LAN/WAN technologies.The most comprehensive network text ever written. Drawing on the author's extensive professional and educational experience, this text focuses on network design and the proper way to design an internetwork. Students will gain a solid background on networking protocols, architecture design, and designing specific types of networks-along with legacy protocols such as AppleTalk, DNA, and SNA. It is also ideal for students studying to pass certified exams such as the CCDA, CCNA, and the Microsoft Networking Essentials Exam.
- Hardback | 1005 pages
- 196 x 243 x 42mm | 1,699g
- 11 Sep 2002
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
Table of contents
(NOTE: Each chapter concludes with a Summary.) 1. Internetworking Basics. 2. Bridging and Switching Fundamentals. 3. Routing Basics. 4. Network Management Fundamentals. 5. Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP). 6. Systems Network Architecture (SNA). 7. NetWare Protocols. 8. AppleTalk Protocols. 9. Digital Network Architecture (DNA) DECnet Phase IV. 10. Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) Protocols. 11. Interdomain Routing Basics Part I: Open Shortest Path First (OSPF). 12. Interdomain Routing Basics Part II: Border Gateway Protocol (BGP). 13. Advanced IP Routing. 14. Data Link Protocols. 15. Internetworking Design Basics. 16. ATM. 17. T1 Digital Communications. Appendix A: Designing OSPF Networks. Appendix B: BGP Attributes and Policy Routing. Appendix C: Signaling Interfaces. Appendix D: An Introduction to IGRP. Appendix E: EIGRP. Appendix F: Troubleshooting Overview. Appendix G: RJ 45 Wiring and Pinouts. Appendix H: Wireless LANs. Appendix I: Case Studies. Glossary. Index.
About Steve Wisniewski
Steve Wisniewski is currently working as a computer telephony engineer for Greenwich Technology Partners and has been in the internetworking and networking industry for more than 12 years. He is a 1972 graduate of Marshall University, a 1995 graduate of DeVry Technical institute, and has earned a master of science degree in telecommunications management from the Stevens Institute of Technology. Mr. Wisniewski is Microsoft, Novell, and Cisco certified and has edited several books for Cisco and Sybex Press, and is currently writing a book for Cisco Press on a CCIE level regarding troubleshooting wireless LANs.