Networking Systems Design and Development

  • 8h 8m
  • Lee Chao
  • CRC Press
  • 2010

Effectively integrating theory and hands-on practice, Networking Systems Design and Development provides students and IT professionals with the knowledge and skills needed to design, implement, and manage fully functioning network systems using readily available Linux networking tools. Recognizing that most students are beginners in the field of networking, the text provides step-by-step instruction for setting up a virtual lab environment at home.

Grounded in real-world applications, this book provides the ideal blend of conceptual instruction and lab work to give students and IT professionals a quick start in developing network systems using the Linux operating system. Leaving nothing to chance, it provides readers with detailed guidance through the many hands-on exercises.

  • Highlights fundamental networking concepts and theories
  • Addresses the server and client sides of Linux-based networking
  • Includes comprehensive lab exercises that use Ubuntu GUN/Linux
  • Supplies professors with instructions and resources to create and manage online computer labs as well as supplemental instructional materials
  • Provides an effective, low-cost alternative to traditional proprietary-based network systems

Creating and maintaining a fully functioning enterprise network system doesn’t have to be expensive. This self-contained text provides readers with the tools to create their own networks using open source materials—and the virtual lab environment to develop problem-solving skills that will serve them well in their careers.

In this Book

  • Linux Networking Overview
  • Network Protocols
  • Network Technologies
  • Network Design
  • Network Services
  • Routing
  • Linux Network Resource Sharing
  • Internet Services
  • Network Security
  • Network Resource Management
  • Wireless Networks
  • Mobile Networks


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