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Computer Networking – NWC201

In oder to supplying the better references to students, lecturers and researchers; FPT Library and Information Center delighted to inform you about the subject guide for this subject: Computer Networking.

Main book

Computer networking: a top-down approach . – 4th ed.

co1Authors: James F. Kurose, Keith W. Ross; adapted by Bhojan Anand

Publisher: Boston, Mass.: Pearson Addison-Wesley, 2008. – 878 p.: ill., ports. ; 23 cm.

ISBN: 0321513258 , 9780321513250

Library code: FSE (05)

Call number: 004.678 K968

Building on the successful top-down approach of previous editions, the Fourth Edition of Computer Networking continues with an early emphasis on application-layer paradigms and application programming interfaces, encouraging a hands-on experience with protocols and networking concepts. With this edition, Kurose and Ross bring the issues of network security to the forefront and integrate the most current and relevant networking technologies. Networking today involves much more than standards specifying message formats and protocol behaviors–and it is far more interesting. Professors Kurose and Ross focus on describing emerging principles in a lively and engaging manner and then illustrate these principles with examples drawn from Internet architecture.

Book website: Quizzes, Wireshark Labs, applets, links, additional readings, study guide.

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Reference books

Computer networking: A top-down approach featuring the Internet . – 3rd ed.

co2Authors: James F. Kurose, Keith W. Ross

Publisher: Us: Pearson International Edition, 2005. – 821 p. ; 23 cm

ISBN: 0321269764

Library code: FSE (01)

Call number: 004.6 K968

Revised to reflect the rapid changes in the field of networking, Computer Networks provides a top-down approach to the study, by beginning with applications-level protocols and then working down the protocol stack. An early emphasis is placed on application-layer paradigms and application programming interfaces to allow readers to get their ‘hands-dirty’ with protocols and networking concepts in the context of applications they will use in industry.

Computer Networks . – 4th ed.

co3Author: Andrew S. Tanenbaum

Publisher: New Jersey: Pearson Education International, 2003. – 891 p.. ; 23cm.

ISBN: 0130384887, 9780130384881

Library code: FSE (40) + FSB (20) + FAT1 (15)+ FAT2 (15) + FAT3 (13)

Call number: 004.6 T164

The world’s leading introduction to networking–fully updated for tomorrow’s key technologies.~Computer Networks, Fourth Edition is the ideal introduction to today’s networks–and tomorrow’s. This classic best seller has been thoroughly updated to reflect the newest and most important networking technologies with a special emphasis on wireless networking, including 802.11, Bluetooth, broadband wireless, ad hoc networks, i-mode, and WAP. But fixed networks have not been ignored either with coverage of ADSL, gigabit Ethernet, peer-to-peer networks, NAT, and MPLS. And there is lots of new material on applications, including over 60 pages on the Web, plus Internet radio, voice over IP, and video on demand.~Finally, the coverage of network security has been revised and expanded to fill an entire chapter.~Author, educator, and researcher Andrew S. Tanenbaum, winner of the ACM Karl V. Karlstrom Outstanding Educator Award, carefully explains how networks work on the inside, from underlying hardware at the physical layer up through the top-level application layer.

Từ điển mạng máy tính Anh – Anh – Việt: Computer networking English – English – Vietnamese

co4Authors: Nguyễn Thành, Quang Minh, Đức Huy

Publisher: H.: Thanh niên, 2002. – 759tr.; 20cm

Library code: FSE ( 02)

Call number: 004.603 T367

The Internet Book: Everything you need to know about computer networking and how the Internet works . – 4th.

 co5Author: Douglas E. Comer

Publisher:  us: Pearson, 2007. – 380tr. ; 23cm.

ISBN: 0132335530

 Library code: FSE ( 01)

Call number: 004.67/8 C732

For use as a primary text for courses on using the Internet, or as a supplement for computer literacy courses that cover networking or the Internet. Fully revised and updated throughout, this text explains in non-technical language the technology of how computers communicate, what the Internet is, how the Internet works, and what the Internet can do for people. Students connect to the material through Comer’s solid overview that focuses on the big picture, rather than the minute details. No background in computer networking or the Internet is assumed.

Mạng cho doanh nghiệp nhỏ

co6Author: Vn-Guide

Publisher: H.: Thống Kê, 2004. – 523tr.; 21cm.

Library code: FSE ( 02)

Call number: 006.7 M277

Mạng máy tính và các hệ thống mở

7Author: Nguyễn Thúc Hải

Publisher: H.: Giáo dục, 1999. – 299 tr. ; 24 cm.

Library code: FSE ( 05)

Call number: 004.6 H149

Mạng máy tính toàn tập

co8Author: Nguyễn Ngọc Tuấn, Hồng Phúc

Publisher: H.: Thống Kê, 2004. – 532tr.; 24cm.

Library code: FSE ( 03)

Call number: 004.6 T883

100 thủ thuật bảo mật mạng

co9Authors:  Nguyễn Ngọc Tuấn, Hồng Phúc

Publisher: H.: Giao thông vận tải, 2005. – 343tr.; 24cm

Library code: FSE ( 05)

Call number: 005.8 T883

Mạng máy tính và hệ thống bảo mật

co10Author: Nguyễn Thanh Cường

Publisher: H.: Thống kê, 2004. – 320tr.; 19cm            SL:

Library code: FSE ( 03)

Call number: 004.6 C973

High-Speed networks and Internets: Performance and quality of service. – 2nd ed.

co11Author: William Stallings

Publisher: Upper Saddle River, NJ [u.a.]: Prentice-Hall , 2002. – 715 p.; 24 cm

ISBN: 0130991848     [9780130322210 ]

Library code: FSE ( 01)

Call number: 004.6 S782

For courses in network protocols, high speed networks or advanced networking courses focusing on network protocols or high speed networks found in departments of Computer Science, Engineering, IT, and Continuing Education. High-speed networks dominate both the local area network (LAN) and wide-area network (WAN) markets because of the increased use of multimedia applications and the World Wide Web, and other high-volume needs of users. This book provides a comprehensive, integrated and up-to-date survey of the key issues of high speed TCP/IP networks, the technology that dominates the field of high-speed networking. The author discuses a wide range of design issues related to high-speed networks, including congestion control, provision of different levels of quality of service (QoS), resource reservation, unicast and multicast routing, and multimedia compression. The central theme of the book is the need to carry large volumes of traffic with different QoS requirements over networks operating at very high data rates. Visit Stallings Companion Website at http://www.williamstallings.com/HsNet2e.html for student and instructor resources and his Computer Science Student Resource site http://williamstallings. com/StudentSupport.html Password protected instructor resources can be accessed here by clicking on the Resources Tab to view downloadable files. (Registration required) Supplements Include: Solutions Manual, Figures, Tables, Images, and other miscellaneous documents.

Business data communication. – 6th ed.

co12Authors: David A. Stamper, Thomas L.Case

Publisher: Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 2003

ISBN: 0131202049

Library code: FSE ( 01)

Call number: 004.6 S783

For one/two semester courses in Business Data Communications and Networking. Business Data Communications, 6th Edition, meets the need for a clearly written and understandable overview of networking and data communications in today’s businesses. Providing up-to-date and comprehensive coverage and blending technical and managerial concepts, this text helps students understand data communications, technologies, and applications such as the Internet, e-business applications, on-line transaction processing, and other core mission-critical applications.

Mạng và các ứng dụng không dây: Lý thuyết và thực hành

Authors:  Nguyễn Ngọc Tuấn, Hồng Phúc

 Publisher: H.: Thống kê, 2005. – 352tr.; 24cm.

Library code: FSE ( 01)

Call number: 004.6 T883

Novell’s guide to NetWare 6 networks . – 1st ed.

co14Authors: Jeffrey F. Hughes and Blair W. Thomas

Publisher: San Jose: Novell Press, 2002. – xxxvi, 1472 p.: ill. ; 24 cm. + 3 CD-ROM

ISBN: 076454876X

Library code: FSE ( 02)

Call number: 005.7/1369H893

The book gives you over 1500 pages of comprehensive, logically organized coverage on NetWare 6 giving full details on installation, upgrading, eDirectory, troubleshooting, maintenance, security, administration and integration with other Novell products including clustering, Portal services, ZENworks, GroupWise, network protocols and configuration, BorderManager, I-chain and ICS. Novell’s Guide to NetWare 6 Networks includes steps, hints, appendices with error codes and resolutions, console commands, debugger commands, product integration cross-references and a CD with an evaluation version of NetWare 6 – truly all one needs to administer and maintain a NetWare network.

Data communications and networks

co15Author: Dave Miller

Publisher: Boston: McGraw-Hill/Irwin, 2006. – xiv, 418 p.: ill. ; 26 cm.

ISBN: 0072964049

Library code: FSE ( 02)

Call number: 004.6 M647

A friendlier voice in an area crowded with technical, formal textbooks, Miller’s style reaches the students quickly and effectively. The abundance of chapter projects and the audio/visual support of concepts enables instructors to keep students engaged.

TCP/IP protocol suite . – 3rd ed.

co16Authors: Behrouz A. Forouzan ; with Sophia Chung Fegan

Publisher:  Boston: McGraw-Hill, 2006. – xxxii, 861 p.: ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm.

ISBN: 0072967722, 9780072967722

Library code: FSE ( 01)

Library code: FSB ( 01)

Call number: 004.6/2 F727

Networking technologies have become an integral part of everyday life, which has led to a dramatic increase in the number of professions where it is important to understand network technologies. “TCP/IP Protocol Suite” teaches students and professionals, with no prior knowledge of TCP/IP, everything they need to know about the subject. This comprehensive book uses hundreds of figures to make technical concepts easy to grasp, as well as many examples, which help tie the material to the real-world. The second edition of “TCP/IP Protocol Suite” has been fully updated to include all of the recent technology changes in the field. Many new chapters have been added such as one on Mobile IP, Multimedia and Internet, Network Security, and IP over ATM. Additionally, out-of-date material has been overhauled to reflect recent changes in technology.

Mastering Windows Server 2008 networking foundations

co17Authors:  Mark Minasi, Rhonda Layfield, John Mueller

Publisher: Indiana: Wiley Publishing, Inc., 2008. – xxvi, 500 p.: ill. ; 24 cm.

ISBN: 9780470249840

Library code: FSE ( 01)

Call number: 005.4/476 M663

Find in-depth coverage of general networking concepts and basic instruction on Windows Server 2008 installation and management including active directory, DNS, Windows storage, and TCP/IP and IPv4 networking basics in “Mastering Windows Server 2008 Networking Foundations”. One of three new books by best-selling author Mark Minasi, this guide explains what servers do, how basic networking works (IP basics and DNS/WINS basics), and the fundamentals of the under-the-hood technologies that support staff must understand. Learn how to install Windows Server 2008 and build a simple network, security concepts, and basic Windows Server administration.

Implementing NAP and NAC security technologies: The complete guide to network access control

co18Author:  Daniel V. Hoffman

Publisher: Indiana: Wiley Publishing, Inc,2008. – 266 p. ; 24 cm.      SL:

Library code:  FSB ( 01)

Call number: 005.8 H699

Encyclopedia of networking & telecommunications

co19Author:  Thomas Sheldon

Publisher: Berkeley, Calif: Osborne, 2001. – xxxviii, 1447 p.: ill. ; 24 cm.

ISBN: 0072120053, 9780072120059

Library code: FSE ( 01)

Call number: 004.6/03 S544

This encyclopaedia seeks to help readers understand networks and global communications systems by providing succinct executive-style briefings of important networking technologies, along with easily-digestible diagrams that illustrate key topics, topologies, architectures and configurations. The accompanying CD-ROM contains a fully searchable version of the book, more extensive coverage of topics, and hyperlinks to relevant Web sites.

DCN designing Cisco networks

co20Authors:  Thomas M. Thomas II … [et al.]

Publisher: New York ; London: McGraw-Hill, 2000. -  xx, 714 p.: ill. ; 24 cm.

ISBN: 007212573X, 9780072125733

Library code: FSE ( 01)

Call number: 004.6 D277

This is a guide to network design and design methodology, using Cisco Routers, for those facing the task of designing a Cisco based network or taking the CCDA exam. The book covers topics such as analyzing customer needs, design scanable LANs and WANs, testing and designing design documents.

Building Cisco remote access networks

co21Author:  Catherine Paquet

Publisher: Indianapolis, IN: Cisco Press,1999. – xxvi, 652 p.: ill. ; 24 cm.

ISBN: 1578700914, 9781578700912

Library code: FSE ( 01)

Call number: 004.6 P219

Configuring, Monitoring, and Troubleshooting Dial-Up Services is an in-depth extension of the CMTD course taught in Cisco-approved training centers worldwide. The book focuses on implementation of dial-up services, encompassing enabling technology, feature discussions, sample configurations, and troubleshooting scenarios. Since a certain level of knowledge is assumed, it is recommended that readers have previously read Cisco Press Introduction to Cisco Router Configuration (isbn 1-57870-076-0), available in October 1998.NOTE: There are no books available today that can compete with the actual Cisco training courseware provided in this guide.

Cisco Catalyst QoS: Quality of Service in Campus Networks

22Authors:  Mike Flannagan, Turek Kevin, Froom Richard

Publisher: US: Cisco Press, 2003. – 414 p. ; 24 cm.

ISBN:  1587051206

Library code: FSE ( 01)

Call number: 004.68 F614

End-to-end QoS deployment techniques for Cisco Catalyst series switches *Examine various QoS components, including congestion management, congestion avoidance, shaping, policing/admission control, signaling, link efficiency mechanisms, and classification and marking *Map specified class of service (CoS) values to various queues and maintain CoS values through the use of 802.1q tagging on the Cisco Catalyst 2900XL, 3500XL and Catalyst 4000 and 2948G/2980G CatOS Family of Switches *Learn about classification and rewrite capabilities and queue scheduling on the Cisco Catalyst 5000 *Implement ACLs, ACPs, ACEs, and low-latency queuing on the Cisco Catalyst 2950 and 3550 Family of Switches *Understand classification, policying, and scheduling capabilities of the Catalyst 4000 and 4500 IOS Family of Switches *Configure QoS in both Hybrid and Native mode on the Catalyst 6500 Family of Switches *Utilize Layer 3 QoS to classify varying levels of service with the Catalyst 6500 MSFC and Flexwan *Understand how to apply QoS in campus network designs by examining end-to-end case studies Quality of service (QoS) is the set of techniques designed to manage network resources.QoS refers to the capability of a network to provide better service to selected network traffic over various LAN and WAN technologies. The primary goal of QoS is to provide flow priority, including dedicated bandwidth, controlled jitter and latency (required by some interactive and delay-sensitive traffic), and improved loss characteristics. While QoS has become an essential technology for those organizations rolling out a new generation of network applications such as real-time voice communications and high-quality video delivery, most of the literature available on this foundation technology for current and future business applications focuses on IP QoS. Equally important is the application of QoS in the campus LAN environment, which is primarily responsible for delivering traffic to the desktop. Cisco Catalyst QoS is the first book to concentrate exclusively on the application of QoS in the campus environment. This practical guide provides you with insight into the operation of QoS on the most popular and widely deployed LAN devices: the Cisco Catalyst family of switches.Leveraging the authors’ extensive expertise at Cisco in the support of Cisco Catalyst switches and QoS deployment, the book presents QoS from the campus LAN perspective. It explains why QoS is essential in this environment in order to achieve a more deterministic behavior for traffic when implementing voice, video, or other delay-sensitive applications. Through architectural overviews, configuration examples, real-world deployment case studies, and summaries of common pitfalls, you will understand how QoS operates, the different components involved in making QoS possible, and how QoS can be implemented on the various Cisco Catalyst platforms to enable truly successful end-to-end QoS applications. This book is part of the Networking Technology Series from Cisco Press, which offers networking professionals valuable information for constructing efficient networks, understanding new technologies, and building successful careers.

Giáo trình hệ thống mạng máy tính CCNA: Semester 1: Cisco Certified Network Associate. – Xuất bản lần 3

Authors:   Nguyễn Hồng Sơn, Hoàng Đức Hải

Publisher: Tp. HCM: Lao động – Xã hội, 2002. – 345 tr: minh họa ; 23 cm   SL:

Library code:  FAT1 ( 02)

Library code:  FAT3 ( 01)

Call number: 004.68 S698

Giáo trình hệ thống mạng máy tính CCNA: Semester 2: Cisco Certified Network Associate . – Xuất bản lần 3.

Authors:   Khương Anh c.b

Publisher:  Tp. HCM: Lao động Xã hội, 2006. – 265 tr.: minh họa ; 23 cm.

Library code:  FAT1 ( 02)

Library code:  FAT3 ( 01)

Call number: 004.68 A596

Giáo trình hệ thống mạng máy tính CCNA: Semester 3: Cisco Certified Network Associate .- Xuất bản lần 3

Author:  Khương Anh c.b .

Publisher:  Tp. HCM: Lao động Xã hội, 2006. – 296 tr.: minh họa ; 23 cm.

Library code:  FAT3 ( 01)

Call number: 004.68 A596

Giáo trình hệ thống mạng máy tính CCNA Semester 1: Cisco Certified Network Associate

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Publisher:   Tp. HCM: Lao động xã hội, 2005. – 444 tr.: minh họa ; 24 cm

Library code:  FAT2 ( 02)

Call number: Không có

Internetworking với TCP/IP Tập 1 = Các nguyên lý, giao thức, kiến trúc .

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Publisher:  Tp. Hồ Chí Minh: Giáo dục, 2001. – 430 Tr. ; 24 Cm.

Library code:  FAT2 ( 01)

Call number: Không có

How networks work. – 4th ed.

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Authors: Frank J. Derfler, Jr., and Les Freed ; illustrated by Michael Troller, Steve Adams, and Patricia Douglas

Publisher:   Indianapolis, Ind.: Que, 1998. – ix, 212 p.: col. ill. ; 26 cm.

ISBN: 0789715953, 9780789715951

Library code:  FAT1 ( 04)

Call number: 004.6 D431

Take an exciting visual journey down the highways and byways of networking and communications! How Networks Work, Fourth Edition, includes new and expanded coverage of the way business computing works. From relying on networking services to the intricacies of the Internet, youll love discovering How Networks Work. Frank J. Derfler, Jr. and Les Freed, two of the most respected names in PC networking, have teamed up with top illustrators to mastermind these easy-to-follow, technically rich presentations. Topics include: How ATM switches route cells across a network; How the Internet carries messages, images, and programs around the world; and How secure enterprise networking protects the exchange of data.

Cốt tủy về mạng: Networking essentials

Authors:  Phạm Cao Hoàn, Phạm Đình Phước, Nguyễn Đăng Khôi tổng hợp, biên dịch

Publisher:  Đồng Nai: Nxb Đồng Nai, 2001. – 528 tr. ; 21 cm.           SL:

Library code: FAT1 ( 01)

Call number: 004.6 C843 – Không có ảnh

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Network Design for IP Convergence

30Author: Yezid Donoso

Publisher:  Auerbach Publications © 2009 (306 pages)

ISBN: 9781420067507

The emergence of quality-of-service (QoS) mechanisms continues to propel the development of real-time multimedia services such as VoIP and videoconferencing. However, many challenges remain in achieving optimized standardization convergence. Network Design for IP Convergence is a comprehensive, global guide to recent advances in IP network implementation. Providing an introduction to basic LAN/WAN/MAN network design, the author covers the latest equipment and architecture, addressing, QoS policies, and integration of services, among other topics. The book explains how to integrate the different layers of reference models and various technological platforms to mirror the harmonization that occurs in the real world of carrier networks. It furnishes appropriate designs for traditional and critical services in the LAN and carrier networks (both MAN and WAN), and it clarifies how a specific layer or technology can cause those services to malfunction. This book lays a foundation for understanding with concepts and applicability of QoS parameters under the multilayer scheme, and a solid explanation of service infrastructure. It goes on to describe integration in both real time and “not real time,” elaborating on how both processes can co-exist within the same IP network and concluding with the designs and configurations of service connections. Learn How to Overcome Obstacles to Improve Technology This sweeping analysis of the implementation of IP convergence and QoS mechanisms helps designers and operators get past key obstacles, such as integrating platform layers and technologies and implementing various associated QoS concepts, to improve technology and standards.

Networking Self-Teaching Guide: OSI, TCP/IP, LAN’s, MAN’s, WAN’s, Implementation, Management, and Maintenance

31Authors: James Edwards and Richard Bramante

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons © 2009 (864 pages)

ISBN: 9780470402382

The U.S. Dept of Labor forecasts an increase of 58% in the network and system support job market by 2016. This book functions as a quick self-teaching course for IT professionals migrating over to the network side of a company. Not highly technical, exclusive to engineers, or related to a specific certification, the coverage provides both basic and advanced knowledge. Networking technologies, including the hardware, software, transmission media, and data transfer processes, are thoroughly covered, along with operating systems and systems software; LANs, WANs, and MANs; and the interactions of network components.

Networking for Dummies, 8th Edition

32Authors:   Doug Lowe

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons © 2007 (430 pages)

ISBN: 9780470056202

Your company just hooked you up to a network and you’re wondering what the heck you’re supposed to do with it? Tired of burning spreadsheets onto CDs just so you can share them with coworkers, and you’re wondering what it’ll take to set up a network in your organization? Been tasked with setting up a network and you don’t have a clue about where to begin? Don’t fret, you’ll find all the answers you’re looking for in “Networking for Dummies”.Written for even the most network shy novice, it begins with the most basic of basics. A network is nothing more than two or more computers connected by a cable (or wireless adapter) so that they can share information and progresses through all the essentials, from cables, routers and hubs to building a wireless network. In clear, simple language, peppered with enough wry quips and jabs at the cult of IT to make it fun, Doug Lowe walks you through: what a network is and how to use it; how to build a wired or wireless network; how to secure and optimize a network; how to troubleshoot a network; safely connecting a network to the Internet; and networking with all major operating systems. This new edition of the bestselling guide features extensive updates on the latest networking tools and trends including new Windows Vista and Server 2003 R2 the latest broadband options, new storage and back ups, and an all new chapter on VoIP and Internet telephony.

Home Networking for Dummies, 4th Edition

33Authors:  Kathy Ivens

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons © 2007 (362 pages)

ISBN: 9780470118061

Having a network in your home increases work efficiency and minimizes confusion. If you want to set up a network in your home but you’re not quite sure where to start, then Home Networking for Dummies makes it easy for you to become your household’s network administrator. Now fully updated with information on the newest technology in networking available, this quick and to-the-point walkthrough will show you how to install Web connections in your entire home, whether by wires, cables, or WiFi. This resourceful guide illustrates: * Planning and installing your network * The differences between Ethernet cable, phone lines, and wireless technology * Configuring computer sharing * Setting up and managing users * Installing, managing, and troubleshooting the network printer * Understanding UNC format, mapping drives, and traveling on the network * Working with remote files * Securing your network from viruses, spyware, and other baddies Along with the basics, this book introduces fun ways to use your network, including sharing music, keeping shopping lists, creating photo albums, setting up a family budget, and instant messaging. It also provides ways to keep your network safe for kids, such as talking to your child about the Internet, creating site filters, and ISP E-mail filtering features. With this trusty guide your home will be fully connected and you’ll be working more efficiently in no time!

Wireless Home Networking For Dummies, 2nd Edition

34Authors:  Danny Briere, Pat Hurley and Edward Ferris

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons © 2006 (408 pages)

ISBN: 9780471749400

Get hooked up without getting tangled up in cords, wires, cables or techno mumbo. With “Wireless Home Networking For Dummies”, you can go wireless without going mad. It shows you how to plan, install, secure, and use a wireless home network for PCs or Macs. See how easy it is to share your Internet connection, files, folders, printers, and other peripherals. Put your gaming console on your wireless network and play multiuser computer games – even online. With lots of helpful diagrams, screen shots, and step by step instructions, this guide: gives you the info you need to make wise wireless buying and connecting decisions; covers the latest security issues and hardware as well as today’s wireless standards, including Wi Fi/802.11 (a, b, g, e, and i), Bluetooth, UWB (Universal Wide Band), WiMAX, and ZigBee; tells you how to use an inexpensive networking kit to connect your gaming console to a broadband Internet connection and speed up your commands; that’s often a matter of virtual life and death; discusses alternatives to wireless networking, including Bluetooth, HPNA, and Home Plug; and, learn how to network your entertainment center for all kinds of options. Whether you have a $300 TV set or a $25,000 home theater system, you can wireless enable almost any type of A/V equipment. Then you can use your PC to store audio and video tracks for playback on your TV and through your stereo, stream movies from the Internet and play them on your big screen, load pictures from your digital camera on your PC and view them on the TV, and more. This book will show you how to make your home entertainment system much more entertaining, with: info on plugging into wireless with wireless A/V adapters; the latest on wireless media servers like the Sonos Music System; the scoop on the ultimate home theater PC (HTPC) that plays CDs and DVDs, acts as a PVR (personal video recorder); lets you play video games on the big screen, and more; tips for buying wireless bridges, along with some specific products and their Web sites; and, find out about how to go wireless wherever you go, with info on public wireless hot spots and types of free and for pay networks. Delve into the whole home wireless revolution and see how you can add smart home devices to your network, connect to your car or your home security video monitors, use your cell phone as a remote control, and more. “Wireless Home Networking For Dummies” even gives you a look into the not so distant future and the wireless wonders in the works!

Networking All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies, 2nd Edition

35Author: Doug Lowe

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons © 2005 (866 pages)

ISBN: 9780764599392

If you’re setting up a network at home or creating and managing one for business, there are dozens of things to consider. “Networking All-In-One Desk Reference For Dummies, 2nd Edition” replaces a whole shelf full of reference books with one handy volume that covers just what you need to know. And with technology changing faster than the colors in a rock band’s light show, you’ll be glad this updated edition includes the latest information. Written by Doug Lowe, who’s been managing corporate networks for more than 20 years, this helpful guide shows you how to work with all Windows XP service packs as well as Fedora Linux. It’s made up of nine minibooks that cover: Networking basics; Building a network; Network administration and security; Troubleshooting and disaster planning; TCP/IP and the Internet; Home networking; Wireless networking; Windows 2003 server reference; and Linux reference. If you’re a networking newbie, the first two minibooks gives you all the startup information to get your network up and running. If you’ve already done that, you’re probably interested in keeping it running at peak performance. Book IV is loaded with information about finding, diagnosing, and fixing problems you might encounter. Looking for the scoop on keeping your network safe from online bad guys? Check Book III. Want to go wireless? Book VII tells you what you need to know. In these pages, you’ll find out how to: plan your network, select interface cards, hubs, and routers, and install all the hardware and software; set up your network so it’s easy to use but hard to break into; create a disaster recovery plan; understand IP addresses, subnetting, routing, DHCP, DNS, and other TCP/IP protocols and tools; incorporate other gadgets into your home network, including VoIP Internet-based telephone service; and take advantage of the economical Linux networking alternative Best of all, it’s easy to locate what you need. There’s even a handy “cheat sheet” that puts really important information about cabling rules, private IP address ranges, valuable network administration tips, and helpful Web sites at your fingertips. With this book on hand, you’ll experience a net increase in your networking prowess!

Networking All-in-One For Dummies, 4th Edition

36Author: Doug Lowe

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons © 2011 (912 pages)

ISBN: 9780470625873

The ultimate reference guide for network administrators Network administrators now have a single, convenient place to turn for all the information they need. Networking All-in-One For Dummies, 4th Edition is like ten books in one, covering such topics as networking basics, network security, setting up TCP/IP and connecting to the Internet, handling mobile devices, and much more. This valuable book covers all the newest updates and trends, including Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2. * A single-source reference for network administrators * Includes ten minibooks: Networking Basics; Building a Network; Network Administration and Security; TCP/IP and the Internet; Wireless Networking; Telecom, Convergence, and Mobile Devices; Windows Server 2008 Reference; Using Other Windows Servers; Linux Networking Reference; and Appendices * Explores the latest technologies in broadband, storage, and back-up * Delves into new trends in networking and includes the latest Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7 updates System administrators will want to keep this practical all-in-one guide within reach.

Computer Network

37Authors: Bharat Bhushan Agarwal and Sumit Prakash Tayal

Publisher: Laxmi Publications © 2009 (260 pages)

ISBN: 9788131804971

This book is extremely well organized and lucidly written with an approach to explain the concepts in communicable language. This is useful for the beginners of computer architecture designers.The salient features of this book are:It focuses on conceptual clarityPrecise and clear exposition of the textAssignments and exercises at the end of chapters allow the student to test understanding of the materialThe inner strength of this book like in threadbare discussion of several questions selected from various examination papersIt also covers the question papers of previous yearThis book will be a boon to students and will help them to face examination in aconfident manner

Building a Simple Network: How to Set Up a Small Network of Computers Running Windows

38Author: Ken Denniston

Publisher: Intel Press © 2002 (271 pages)

ISBN: 9780971288768

This practical guide to peer-to-peer networking tells you how to connect a group of computers together in a home or small office, using standard Ethernet or wireless Ethernet products. With this book as your guide, you can install, set up, and use a network of computers running Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows Me, Windows 98, and Windows 95. You can share drives and printers over the network, even share an Internet connection. You need only moderate experience using Windows and some experience installing software and hardware products such as a modem. This clearly written guide tells you what hardware to buy, steps you through installing the hardware and software, offers tips on using the network effectively, and helps you troubleshoot networking problems. Then, it points you toward new technology such as wireless networking for expanding the network as your needs grow. If you are the de facto computer expert in the office, this book’s for you.

Network Security JumpStart: Computer and Network Security Basics

39Author: Matthew Strebe

Publisher: Sybex © 2002 (365 pages)

ISBN: 9780782141207

Analysts agree that computer and network security is one sector in the IT industry that’s likely to grow in coming years. Corporate demand for individuals skilled in security technologies far outpaces the existing pool of qualified candidates. In response to this need, certification vendors such as Cisco, Check Point, and CompTIA have developed a number of certifications that validate expertise in a specific segment of the security market. But before embarking on a comprehensive security certification study program, aspiring IT professionals need a solid foundation in network security fundamentals, and that’s exactly what this book provides.

Running IPv6

40Author: Iljitsch van Beijnum

Publisher: Apress © 2006 (288 pages)

ISBN: 9781590595275

Running IPv6 explains how to install and operate the IPv6 protocol for Windows XP, Mac OS X, FreeBSD, Red Hat Linux, and Cisco routers. The book also covers DNS and BIND, Zebra, Apache 2, and Sendmail. While IPv4 uses 32-bit addresses, IPv6 addresses are 128 bits long, and allow for more unique addresses. While the adoption of IPv6 won’t be immediate, it is necessary. Running IPv6 compares and contrasts IPv6 to IPv4, and discusses the advantages and disadvantages of each. Because most major software and hardware vendors have (or will) adopt IPv6, the focus of this book is to leverage your existing knowledge of IPv4 and to help you apply that knowledge to the newer protocol.

Understanding IPv6

41Authors: Youngsong Mun and Hyewon K. Lee

Publisher: Springer © 2005 (291 pages)

ISBN: 9780387254296

This title covers the basic materials and up-to-date information to understand IPv6, including site local address often overlooked by most other books about IPv6 do not reflect this important fact. It highlights Teredo, a transition tool that permits web sites using two different protocols to interact, with complete-chapter coverage. Since popular applications such as web service can not be operated without DNS. Chapter 9 covers modifications in DNS for IPv6 which other books rarely cover. Other topics covered that make it a most up-to-date and valuable resource includes: hierarchical mobility management, fast handoff, and security features such as VPN traversal and firewall traversal.

Mastering TCP/IP for NT Server

42Authors: Mark Minasi, Todd Lammle and Monica Lammle

Publisher: Sybex © 1997 (521 pages) Archive

ISBN: 9780782121230

Mastering TCP/IP for NT Server is the A-to-Z guide to TCP/IP networking and a complete reference to understanding the language of the Internet and intranets for the network professional. Written by the leading authorities on NT and TCP/IP, this book contains everything needed to put the benefits of TCP/IP to work for your NT-based organization.

Written specifically for those working with NT Server. Most TCP/IP texts are Unix-centric, forcing NT administrators to “translate” to NT. This book, in contrast, is not just the best way to learn TCP/IP — it’s the best way to learn TCP/IP on NT. If you’re an NT administrator, the information in this book relates directly to your work. Step-by-step instructions and careful explanations will make you an expert in every aspect of TCP/IP networking, such as:

- IP addressing and routing

- Using FTP, Gopher, and HTTP protocols

- Host name resolution

- Administering WINS

- Working with domains

- Building a mail system

- Setting up and maintaining an intranet

- Creating and maintaining a Web site

- Establishing Internet security Troubleshooting and much more

You’ll also find this book is an essential study aid for Microsoft’s TCP/IP test, number 70-059.

Computer Networking Illuminated

43Authors: Diane Barrett and Todd King

Publisher: Jones and Bartlett Publishers © 2005 (860 pages)

ISBN: 9780763726768

The Illustrated Network: How TCP/IP Works in a Modern Network

44Author: Walter Goralski

Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann Publishers © 2009 (829 pages)

ISBN: 9780123745415

 

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