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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Black, Darryl P.
Managing switched local area networks.
Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley, ©1998
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Darryl P Black
|Description:||xix, 356 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||pt. 1. Fundamentals of Network Management. Ch. 1. Network Management in a Nutshell. Ch. 2. Understanding Network Management Standards --
pt. 2. Components of a Switched LAN. Ch. 3. Managing Switched LAN Technologies. Ch. 4. LAN Switching and VLANs. Ch. 5. Managing Common Routing Protocols. Ch. 6. Emerging Technologies Important to Switching. Ch. 7. Managing WAN Connections --
pt. 3. Building a Switched LAN Management System. Ch. 8. Troubleshooting Problems in Your Switched LAN. Ch. 9. Troubleshooting Common Network Problems. Ch. 10. Selecting Switched LAN Management Tools. Ch. 11. Switched LAN Design. Ch. 12. Developing a Network Management System. RFC References.
|Responsibility:||Darryl P. Black.|
This book not only describes the technology but also shows how to apply it to the process of building a switched LAN management system. Here you will find experience-based advice on troubleshooting, an inventory of the classic problems encountered in the management of a switched LAN, and specific, tested methods and strategies for solving these problems. The book also teaches you how to evaluate your LAN needs and choose appropriate tools, how to create a manageable switched LAN design, and how to put it all together to build a comprehensive, well-tuned network management system.