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     Steve Rackley -Wireless Networking Technology _From Principles to Successful Implementation (2007)
     Category : Networking
     About : Although the origins of radio frequency based wireless networking can be traced back to the University of Hawaii’s ALOHANET research project in the 1970s, the key events that led to wireless networking becoming one of the fastest growing technologies of the early 21st century have been the ratification of the IEEE 802.11 standard in 1997, and the subsequent development of interoperability certification by the Wi-Fi Alliance (formerly WECA).
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     Since : 2019-08-23
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     Stephen Northcutt, Judy Novak - Network Intrusion Detection-Sams (2002)
     Category : Networking
     About : Our goal in writing Network Intrusion Detection, Third Edition has been to empower you as an analyst. We believe that if you read this book cover to cover, and put the material into practice as you go, you will be ready to enter the world of intrusion analysis.
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     Since : 2019-08-23
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     Sue Plumley - Home Networking Bible-Wiley Pub (2004)
     Category : Networking
     About : Client/server networking is a setup in which files, applications, and resources are centralized on one high-speed, powerful computer called a server. Other computers, called clients, then attach to the server and use the resources as they need them. Client/server networks are faster than workgroup networks, and a server supports more clients, or users, than a workgroup network. For example, a client/server network may have from 10 to 2,000 users attached to a server.
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     Since : 2019-08-23
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     Teare D. -Designing Cisco Networks (1999)
     Category : Networking
     About : Upon completion of this section, you will be able to describe a framework you can use to easily analyze customer network problems and create Cisco scalable solutions.
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     Since : 2019-08-23
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     Size : 2622 kB Download


     Tim Parker, Karanjit Siyan, Karanjit B. Siyan -TCP IP Unleashed-Sams (2002)
     Category : Networking
     About : Unarguably, TCP/IP (less commonly known as the Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol) is the most successful communications protocol ever developed. The term TCP/IP is generically used to refer to a set of communication protocols, such as TCP for reliable delivery, UDP (User Datagram Protocol) for best-efforts delivery, IP for Internet Protocol, and other application services.
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     Since : 2019-08-23
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     -AAA and Network Security for Mobile Access Radius, Diameter, EAP, PKI and IP Mobility(2005)
     Category : Networking
     About : For the road travelers in the United States, especially the parents who take their children in the family car on the long road trips, the letters AAA stand for a peace of mind. They feel that any time their car breaks down, they can call the number for the American Automobile Association and ask for roadside assistance. Even though this book is not about that sort of AAA, the 3 “A”s that we talk about here, when designed properly, can bring the same peace of mind to the network operator and its customers.
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     Since : 2019-08-22
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     Mario Marchese - QoS Over Heterogeneous Networks(2007)
     Category : Networking
     About : According to ISO 8402, the word quality is defined as “the totality of characteristics of an entity that bear on its ability to satisfy stated and implied needs”. ISO 9000 defines quality as the degree to which a set of inherent characteristics fulfils requirements. ITU-T (Recommendation E.800 [ITU-TE.800]) and ETSI [ETSI-ETR003] basically defines Quality of Service (QoS) as “the collective effect of service performance which determine the degree of satisfaction of a user of the service”.
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     Since : 2019-08-22
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     Mark Sportack - IP Routing Fundamentals-Cisco Press (1999)
     Category : Networking
     About : Routing is simultaneously the most complicated function of a network and the most important. Most knowledgeable people agree that networking and routing technologies have been around about 25 years. The concept of routing actually dates back to the late 1950s, when computing was still an arcane science in its infancy. Precious few organizations had a single computer, much less multiple computers that needed to be linked together.
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     Since : 2019-08-22
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     Mihaela van der Schaar -Multimedia over IP and Wireless Networks Compression Networking and Systems
     Category : Networking
     About : In case you haven’t noticed, multimedia communicationover IP and wireless networks is exploding. Applications such as BitTorrent, used primarily for video downloads, now take up the lion’s share of all traffic on the Internet.
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     Since : 2019-08-22
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     Mohapatra P.(ed.), Krishnamurthy S.V. (ed.) -AD HOC Networks Technologies and Protocols(2004)
     Category : Networking
     About : Wireless mobile networks and devices are becoming increasingly popular as they provide users access to information and communication anytime and anywhere. Conventional wireless mobile communications are usually supported by a wired fixed infrastructure. A mobile device would use a single-hop wireless radio communication to access a base-station that connects it to the wired infrastructure.
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     Since : 2019-08-22
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