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Learn the basics about networking with Nortel products and technologies. This easy-to-follow reference provides you with an overview of LAN technology and introduces the Nortel product lineincluding BayStack routers and Passport switchesand explains complex topics such as wireless technologies and virtual private networks (VPNs). Includes an 8-page blueprint section that maps out sample network designs,for additional visual instruction.
A complete introduction to managing and maintaining a Nortel-based network Learn the fundamentals of networking with Nortel products and technologies using this accessible guide. Aimed at networking professionals just getting started,this easy-to-follow reference provides details for becoming skilled in working with Nortel-based networks. Beginning with an overview of networking basics and LAN technology,this book covers network topologies and introduces the Nortel product lineincluding BayStack routers and Passport switchesand then delves into more complex topics such as wireless technologies and virtual private networks (VPNs). An 8-page blueprint section maps out sample network designs,for additional visual instruction. And,this dual-purpose book can also function as a study guideit outlines exam objectives for the Nortel certification track. If you want solid advice on Nortel-specific networking,no other book can deliver the same practical coverage as Nortel Networks: A Beginner's Guide.
- Understand networking basics and get a Nortel product overview
- Learn the differences between hubs,switches,and bridgesand know which to use
- Get details on local,remote,and IP routing
- Work withSNMP,RMON,and other network management tools
- Discover how to troubleshoot common networking problems
- Find out about IP network design and performance analysis
|Publisher:||McGraw-Hill Companies, The|
|Series:||Network Professional's Library Series|
|Product dimensions:||7.50(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.89(d)|
About the Author
Matt Jensen, Omaha, NE, works as a senior network engineer in the Global Customer Care Services group at Nortel Networks. He provides capacity planning, network design, implementation, and support services for multiple customers throughout the Midwest. Prior to coming to work for Nortel, Matt worked as a sales manager for a regional ISP, a customer service and sales manager at a national ISP, and a network analyst at a major IT outsourcer. Matt holds multiple vendor certifications and enjoys teaching what he knows at any community college that will let him. He can be reached at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book has already proven to be an invaluable resource. It's coverage of Nortel's data product line is thourough without being overwhelming to the novice networker. Nortel has got some great products out there and this book lives up to it's name by providing an excellent beginner's reference to those products. The world is a whole lot bigger than a Cisco-centric point-of-view might lead you to believe. I know my horizons have been expanded.