Even if you aren't a networking professional, Upgrading and Repairing Networks explains those tough networking concepts in a way that won't make you reach for a bottle of aspirin. Now in its fourth edition, this industry classic networking reference spills the guts on confusing networking architectures and protocols, and helps you track down and repair networking bugaboos that are costing you and/or your company money - right now. Don't be the only networking professional caught in a network meltdown without a copy of this trusty tome at your side. The CD contains a host of invaluable tools to help troubleshoot and repair a network, in addition to a virtual library of networking and PC troubleshooting and repair books from Que!The main difference between typical telephone wiring and LAN wiring is the grading of the assembly of the twisted pairs ... Category 5, which was until recently the de facto standard for LAN wiring, has now been replaced by a new category.
|Title||:||Upgrading and Repairing Networks|
|Author||:||Terry William Ogletree|
|Publisher||:||Que Publishing - 2004|