Enterprise Internetworking and Security: Uncommon Solutions for the Technical Professional

Enterprise Internetworking and Security: Uncommon Solutions for the Technical Professional

by Kyle Cassidy, Joseph Francis Dries
     
 

The Concise Guide to Enterprise Internetworking and Security will provide network professionals with the information they need to securely design and maintain an efficient and scaleable Internet connection. It will not only include planning solutions, but office bandwidth delivery technologies, security practices, hardware considerations and testing as well. The…  See more details below

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The Concise Guide to Enterprise Internetworking and Security will provide network professionals with the information they need to securely design and maintain an efficient and scaleable Internet connection. It will not only include planning solutions, but office bandwidth delivery technologies, security practices, hardware considerations and testing as well. The Concise Guide to Enterprise Internetworking and Security provides specific knowledge that is accumulated through the experiences of the authors. This book will provide expert information on: TCP/IP and Related Protocols, WAN Bandwidth, Security Concepts, Hardware, Connection Requirements, Design Considerations, Implementation of Security, and Testing and Validation. The Concise Guide to Enterprise Internetworking and Security discusses the theory behind secure and productive internetworking. This title takes into consideration that the components (i.e. vendor, situation, and equipment) will vary. The concepts behind a successful and secure Internetwork will not.

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Provides advanced users with information needed to design, implement, and maintain a large-scale WAN connection from the desktop to the telco. Coverage includes TCP/IP and related protocols, WAN bandwidth delivery, security concepts, choosing an ISP, design considerations, testing, and validation. Although material is platform independent, it covers specifics for dealing with multiple network operating systems such as Windows 2000, Linux, and Sun Solaris. Cassidy is a network engineer at the University of Pennsylvania. Dries is a network and security architect in the private sector. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780789724205
Publisher:
Que
Publication date:
12/13/2000
Series:
Concise Guides Series
Pages:
295
Product dimensions:
7.42(w) x 9.13(h) x 0.72(d)

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