Schaum's Outline of Computer Networking introduces the underlying concepts, principles, and terminology of computer networks. Covering the full scope of material taught in computer networking courses, its problem-solving approach presents the different components of a network and shows how these components fit together. It also explains the varied harmonizing functions needed for the interconnection of many heterogeneous computer networks. Features Coverage of hardware and Software involved in networking solutions. New sections on Traffic and Traffic Shaping, Integrated and Differentiated Services, Random Early Detection, Switches, Dynamic DNS and Zone Transfers. Over 250 problems and review questions.

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Author(s)Tittel and Muthukumaran
PublisherMcGraw Hill