Networks for Computer Scientists and Engineers
Networks for Computer Scientists and Engineers is a data communications and networks textbook with a unique software projects and laboratory-based approach. Due to its innovative and distinctive features, it has won unanimous recommendation and partial sponsorship by the curriculum development committee of the National Science Foundation. Designed for undergraduate students, it covers both fundamental theory and modern technologies. The Instructor's Manual and CD (available to adopters) provide step-by-step instructions for configuring client/server computers, hubs, routers, and switches to construct a cost-effective prototype network lab with implementation of web (http), email, VPN, and other servers. This prototype lab is based on Linux and other popular platforms, demonstrates how different protocols and components are integrated into a heterogeneous network, and provides an ideal environment for troubleshooting and experimental network management. The book's accompanying software...
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