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If you build Ethernet networks -- or must keep them running -- you may have learned what you know "on the fly," through trial and error. This book will ground what you already know, so you can do the job right the first time, and avoid (or solve) problems you might otherwise find hopelessly inscrutable.
Longtime networking expert Jan Harrington starts with the essentials and principles of Ethernet, then systematically answers the questions real people ask about it: How do I decide where to run cable, how to organize it, and which cable to use? What do I need to know about routing and routers? How do I integrate Wi-Fi into the Ethernet network I already have? How do I defend my network against attack without becoming a full-time security specialist?
Perhaps most useful of all: Harrington's full section of Ethernet "solution examples," ranging from professional's home networks to real estate agencies and small law firms. Bill Camarda, from the August 2007 Read Only