Ed Taylor breaks down the complex SNA-TCP/IP challenge into manageable chunks. In this essential handbook, he provides everything network administrators and managers need to ensure a smooth transition from SNA to TCP/IP, or an integrated environment. No matter what your level of expertise or depth of technical knowledge, this book provides the bridges, the background, and the clear, uncompromising detail that you need to guarantee integration. Fully illustrated with diagrams, this book brings you assured guidance in design, configuration, internetworking, and maintenance.Note that the stove is wired to the load center, and it appears to be 220 V ac. Note that the wire size (AWG) for the stove (4-gauge) is greater than that for the outlets (12-gauge). The refrigerator is wired directly to the load center as well and isanbsp;...
|Title||:||SNA and TCP/IP Integration Handbook|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill Companies - 1999|