This thorough, step-by-step guide to TCP/IP walks network administrators through the core principles and common practices associated with TCP/IP. The book begins by explaining basic networking concepts such as the OSI model and IP addressing and quickly moves toward more complex subjects, such as encryption, subnetting, and IPv6. This edition is updated to include the latest implementation trends and administration methods. Each chapter concludes with a Test Your Knowledge quiz and numerous exercises so that readers can verify that they understand the topics discussed before progressing to more complex topics.
|Publication date:||12th February 2002|
|Publisher:||Sams Publishing an imprint of Pearson Education (US)|
|Categories:||Networking standards & protocols,|
Brian Komar is the president of Komar Consulting Inc. in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Brian has worked in partnership with Microsoft Corporation over the past three years as a subject matter expert on network security and Windows 2000 Active Directory design. Over the past year, Brian has spent the majority of his time researching the deployment of Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) and the various technologies that depend on a PKI to provide authentication and encryption services. Between writing assignments, Brian speaks at industry conferences around the world, such as WinConnections, MCP TechMentor, Microsoft Tech Ed, and the Microsoft Enterprise Conference (MEC). Brian is ...More About Brian Komar