Business Data Networks and Telecommunications : United States Edition
For undergraduate/graduate/MBA-level courses in Business Data Communications, Introduction to Data Communications, Telecommunications, and Introduction to Networking.Using a unique modular approach, this cutting-edge introduction to data communications features 11 core chapters of essential material, 6 advanced modules, and a Companion Website to provide the widest possible range of topics around which to customize courses with specific goals. This approach allows selective emphasis without requiring instructors to assemble their own additional material. Plus, 9 mini-chapters for hands-on material and case studies give students a feel for what they will encounter on the job.
- Hardback | 510 pages
- 193.5 x 240.3 x 25.1mm | 1,006.98g
- 26 Feb 2002
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
- 4th edition
Table of contents
1. Core Network Concepts. 1A. Case Study: Panko.info. 2. Standards. 3. Physical Layer Propagation. 3A. Cutting and Connectorizing UTP. 4. A Small Ethernet PC Network. 4A. Configuring a Microsoft Windows 98 PC as a Client. 5. Other LAN Technologies. 5A. Case Study: XTR Consulting's PC Network. 6. Telephony: Internal and External. 6A. Case Study: Rewiring a College Building. 7. Wide Area Networks (WANS). 7A. Case Study: First Bank of Paradise's Wide Area Networks. 8. TCP/IP Internetworking. 9. Security. 9A. Not Hands-On: How Attackers Hack Servers. 10. Network Management and Systems Administration. 10A. Hands On: Using a Protocol Analyzer. 11. Networked Applications. 11A. Setting Up a Peer-to-Peer PC Network. Module A. More on TCP and IP. Module B. More on Propagation. Module C. More on Local Area Networks. Module D. More on Telephone Service. Module E. More on Large-Scale Networks. Module F. More on Security. Index.