Charles E. Spurgeon and Joann Zimmerman's <em>Ethernet: The Definitive Guide</em>, 2nd edition (O'Reilly Media)
The updated 2nd edition to Charles E. Spurgeon and Joann Zimmerman's
Ethernet: The Definitive Guide is classic
O'Reilly—practical, to the
point, with the quintessential animal on the cover. In
discover what it takes to build, manage and scale Ethernet LANs, from
basic Ethernet operation to network management. Further, they'll learn
the answers to common questions, such as "What can I do to make sure
that my Ethernet network works as well as possible?" "When do I need to
upgrade to higher speed Ethernet, and how do I do that?" "How do Ethernet
switches work, and how can I use them to build larger networks?"
I manage the network, what problems should I be looking for, and how can
I troubleshoot the system when problems arise?" This thoroughly revised
2nd edition includes descriptions of the most widely used Ethernet
media systems, including 10, 40 and 100 Gigabit Ethernet, as well as a
complete glossary of terms used throughout the book and a resource list.
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