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CCNA jumpstart / Patrick Ciccarelli, Christina Faulkner.

By: Ciccarelli, Patrick.
Contributor(s): Faulkner, Christina.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: San Francisco : Sybex, 1999Description: xxi, 377 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.ISBN: 0782125921; 9780782125924.Subject(s): Computer networks -- Programmed instruction | Computer networks -- Examinations -- Study guides | Telecommunications engineers -- CertificationDDC classification: 004.678 Online resources: Publisher description | Table of contents only | Contributor biographical information | WorldCat details
Contents:
Table of contents What Is Networking? -- Networking Basics -- Types of Networks -- Local Area Networks -- Metropolitan Area Networks -- Wide Area Networks -- Laying the Foundation: The Public Telephone System -- The Origin of Networks -- Network Communication -- ARPAnet -- The Internet -- The Future of the Internet -- Communication Models -- What Is the OSI Model? -- How Data Flows through the OSI Model -- Understanding Each OSI Layer -- The Application Layer -- The Presentation Layer -- The Session Layer -- The Transport Layer -- The Network Layer -- The Data Link Layer -- The Physical Layer -- The OSI Model vs. the TCP/IP Model -- Application or Process Layer -- Transport Layer -- Internet Layer -- Data Link or Network Interface Layer -- Physical Layer -- Network Architectures -- Understanding Network Architectures -- Peer-to-Peer Networks -- Selecting Peer-to-Peer Networks -- Security on Peer-to-Peer Networks -- Implementing a Peer-to-Peer Network -- Configuring Windows 98 Peer-to-Peer Networking -- Configuring Macintosh Peer-to-Peer Networking -- Clients and Servers -- Common Server Types -- Terminals and Hosts -- Selecting a Client-Server Network -- Security on Client-Server Networks -- Implementing Client-Server Models -- Hybrid Networks -- Network Services and Software -- Types of Network Services -- Choosing a Server -- What to Look for in an NOS -- Server Hardware -- Types of Network Operating Systems -- Microsoft Windows NT Server -- Novell NetWare -- UNIX -- What about Linux? -- Apple's AppleShare IP -- Mac OS X Server.
Summary: Summary: This text provides the networking and internetworking fundamentals needed to approach Cisco certification training.
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Includes index.

Table of contents What Is Networking? --
Networking Basics --
Types of Networks --
Local Area Networks --
Metropolitan Area Networks --
Wide Area Networks --
Laying the Foundation: The Public Telephone System --
The Origin of Networks --
Network Communication --
ARPAnet --
The Internet --
The Future of the Internet --
Communication Models --
What Is the OSI Model? --
How Data Flows through the OSI Model --
Understanding Each OSI Layer --
The Application Layer --
The Presentation Layer --
The Session Layer --
The Transport Layer --
The Network Layer --
The Data Link Layer --
The Physical Layer --
The OSI Model vs. the TCP/IP Model --
Application or Process Layer --
Transport Layer --
Internet Layer --
Data Link or Network Interface Layer --
Physical Layer --
Network Architectures --
Understanding Network Architectures --
Peer-to-Peer Networks --
Selecting Peer-to-Peer Networks --
Security on Peer-to-Peer Networks --
Implementing a Peer-to-Peer Network --
Configuring Windows 98 Peer-to-Peer Networking --
Configuring Macintosh Peer-to-Peer Networking --
Clients and Servers --
Common Server Types --
Terminals and Hosts --
Selecting a Client-Server Network --
Security on Client-Server Networks --
Implementing Client-Server Models --
Hybrid Networks --
Network Services and Software --
Types of Network Services --
Choosing a Server --
What to Look for in an NOS --
Server Hardware --
Types of Network Operating Systems --
Microsoft Windows NT Server --
Novell NetWare --
UNIX --
What about Linux? --
Apple's AppleShare IP --
Mac OS X Server.

Summary:
This text provides the networking and internetworking fundamentals needed to approach Cisco certification training.

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