This reference handbook on Cisco-supported internetworking technologies will be of particular interest to network administrators who wish to configure Cisco products. The authors discuss standard protocols for accessing network physical media, implementing wide-area networking, providing Layer 2 connectivity between subnetworks, and routing information through an internetwork. They also describe common network management implementations. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
This comprehensive reference provides a foundation for understanding and implementing contemporary internetworking technologies. Internetworking Technologies Handbook will provide you with the necessary information you need to make rational networking decisions. For example, you will master terms, concepts, technologies, and devices that are used in the internetworking industry today. You will also learn to incorporate internetworking technologies into a LAN/WAN environment as well as how to apply the OSI reference model to categorize protocols, technologies, and devices. In addition, Internetworking Technologies Handbook will allow you to explore various topics, including RSVP, SMRP, IP multicast, ATM, ISDN, Frame Relay, LAN switching, and more.