Understanding OSI PDF Print E-mail

Author: John Larmouth

ISBN: 013927765X

This text aims to provide an intelligent near-beginner (as far as OSI is concerned) with an understanding of Open Systems Interconnection (OSI). Some previous acquaintance with data communications as presented in the many text books on that broad subject would be useful. The book is aimed at the reader who is curious enough to ask: "Why is it that way? What advantages does that approach give? Might there be other or better ways?"


Understanding Wireless Networks PDF Print E-mail

Author: David Simon

Do you feel like a complete dummy when it comes to wireless networks? Would you like to learn more about wireless technology? Thinking about exporting a wireless router, but you haven’t a clue where to start? This e-Book helps to discover a quick and simple way to learn all about wireless technology. While reading about the potential of wireless technology, one thing tends to stick out in the reader’s mind: It all sounds so convenient. But wires have many flaws, primarily when they go long distances; and the overall wireless project is to remove them from our lives — and then charge us less! That has to be worth supporting, doesn’t it? The author predicts the following: He predicts that within a decade, wireless access will be making everyone’s life much simpler.


Using Samba PDF Print E-mail

Author: Robert Eckstein, David Collier-Brown and Peter Kelly

ISBN: 1-56592-449-5

If you know you're facing a problem with your network and you're sure there is a better way, you are encouraged to start reading this book. Or, if you've heard about Samba and you want to see what it can do for you, this is also the place to start. You will start to understand Samba and its potential.


Wireless Networking in the Developing World PDF Print E-mail

Author: Rob Flickenger, Corinna "Elektra" Aichele, Carlo Fonda, Jim Forster, Ian Howard, Tomas Krag and Marco Zennaro

ISBN: 1-4116-7837-0

This book l focuses on wireless data networking technologies in the 802.11 family. The hope is that this book will not only convince readers that this is possible, but also show how such networks actually made to work, and to give the readers the information and tools they need to start a network project in their local community.


Open Networks PDF Print E-mail

Author: Enric Peig Olivé

This coursebook explores the different aspects of open technologies that are at the foundations of modern computer networks. "Open" in this context means the opposite of "private". Private networks are those which belong to companies or institutions who impose restrictions on users who join them. Open networks do not belong to anybody because the devices they use are made available by the members of the community.


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