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Overview

This title will prepare users for the Network+ Certification Exam, created by CompTIA, the creators of the popular A+ Certification. This book features extensive hands-on exercises and end-of-chapter questions, and is designed to help users pass this vendor-neutral certification.
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From the Publisher
"More than a preparatory network book for CompTIA's certification exam, Network+ Guide to Networks offers some important guidance to those seeking to enhance their general knowledge about transmission media, network protocols, topology methods, remote connectivity, wireless and network operating systems." - Esfandiar Bakhtiar, Clayton College & State University
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780760011454
  • Publisher: Course Technology, Inc.
  • Publication date: 9/28/1999
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 800

Meet the Author

Tamara Dean has worked in the field of networking for nearly 20 years, most recently as a networking consultant, and before that, as the manager of Internet services and data center operations for a regional ISP. She has managed LANs at the University of Wisconsin and at a pharmaceutical firm, worked as a telecommunications analyst for the FCC, and cofounded a local radio station. Well-published in networking, she is the author of Guide to Telecommunications Technology, Network+ CoursePrep Study Guide, as well as several previous editions of Network+ Guide to Networks and CompTIA Network+ In Depth all published by Cengage Learning.

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Table of Contents

1. An Introduction to Networking
2. Networking Titles and the OSI Model
3. Network Protocols
4. Network Architecture
5. Networking Media
6. Networking Hardware
7. WANs and Remote Connectivity
8. Windows NT-Based Networking
9. NetWare-Based Networking
10. UNIX-Based Networking
11. Networking with TCP/IP and the Internet
12. Troubleshooting Network Problems
13. Maintaining and Upgrading the Network
14. Ensuring Integrity and Availability
15. Network Security
16. Managing Network Design and Implementation
Appendix A: Where to Find Hardware Resources
Appendix B: A Networking Professional's Toolkit
Appendix C: Examples of Standard Networking Forms
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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 16, 2001

    Great book and excellent reference

    This book is loaded with easy to read and understand information. An outstanding reference with in-depth detail.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 3, 2001

    This Book Has Many Mistakes.

    there are a couple of updates to this book, sadly, some of the mistakes are no brainers, Did Anyone Edit This Book? or just send it to press.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 13, 2000

    Good Writing, Bad information.

    I teach at a Technical College in Silicon Valley and my school selected this book as the text for my class. This book has a great table of contents and, at a glance, appears to be a good book. The problem is that this book's sources are a few years out of date. Also, this book's approach to presenting complex technologies seems to be to omit 'complicated' information--I disagree with that approach. Just as innaccurate information is detrimental to understanding, so too is incomplete information--this book has both. Certifications come and go but, the fundamentals of networking are relatively constant. Books such as Radia Perlman's, 'INTERCONNECTIONS', Douglas Comer's ''COMPUTER NETWORKS AND INTERNETS' and Larry Peterson & Bruce Davie's 'COMPUTER NETWORKS' eloquently explain complex technologies without omitting relevant information. Such books allow you to prepare for real-world performance and multiple certifications simultaneously. If you must use this book, be sure to cross reference the material with a trusted source.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 25, 2000

    Excellent Book

    I use this book to teach students and prepare them for Net+ certification. It is an excellent book. The only problem is the price.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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