Item description for Enterprise Networking: Multilayer Switching and Applications by Vasilis Theoharakis...
Primarily targeted toward the network or MIS manager who wants to stay abreast of the latest networking technology, Enterprise Networking: Multilayer Switching and Applications offers up to date information relevant for the design of modern corporate networks and for the evaluation of new networking equipment. The book describes the architectures and standards of switching across the various protocol layers and will also address issues such as multicast quality of service, high-availability and network policies that are requirements of modern switched networks.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.24" Width: 6.93" Height: 0.94" Weight: 1.46 lbs.
Release Date Dec 24, 2001
Publisher IGI Global
ISBN 1930708173 ISBN13 9781930708174
Availability 149 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 28, 2016 12:08.
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More About Vasilis Theoharakis
Theoharakis is an Assistant Professor of Marketing at the Athens Laboratory of Business Administration.
Reviews - What do customers think about Enterprise Networking: Multilayer Switching and Applications?
Informative Aug 23, 2002
I found this book to be quite useful in introducing some emerging areas like Web Switching and Caching as well as covering familiar areas like the OSI reference model in the context of switching. The chapter on VLANs helps explain an area which has seen a lot of interest over the past few years. "IP Switching and MPLS" is a comprehensive chapter with a lot of detail. I felt that the two VoIP chapters could have been combined into one. I would have appreciated some more details in the chapter on emering enterprise storage systems, especially regarding trends like Storage over IP. The chapter on security (Chapter 12) would have been more lucid with the addition of figures. Overall, it is a valuable addition to a network engineer's library due to the number of issues covered.