Designing Large Scale Lans (1ST)

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Designing Large Scale Lans (1ST)

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 385 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780596001506
  • DDC分類 004.68

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This text offers a vendor-neutral approach for designing large local area networks according to business or organizational needs, rather than from a product perspective. Kevin Dooley outlines "top-down network design" for building a technological infrastructure to fit your organization's requirements. Dooley argues that the design of a network is largely independent of the products used. Whether you use a Cisco or Juniper router, the same security issues and protocols apply. The questions he addresses in this book are need-specif ic: Do I use a router or a switch? Should I route between switched areas or switch between routed areas? The book covers topics from from security, bandwidth and scalability to network reliability, which includes backup, redundancy, and points of failure. Specific technologies are analyzed in detail: network topologies, routing and switching strategies, wireless, virtual LANs, firewalls and gateways, security, Internet protocols, bandwidth, and multicast services. The book also discusses proprietary technologies that are ubiquitous, such as Cisco's IOS and Novell's IPX.

Table of Contents

Preface                                            vii
Networking Objectives 1 (13)
Business Requirements 1 (4)
OSI Protocol Stack Model 5 (5)
Routing Versus Bridging 10 (2)
Top-Down Design Philosophy 12 (2)
Elements of Reliability 14 (36)
Defining Reliability 14 (3)
Redundancy 17 (27)
Failure Modes 44 (6)
Design Types 50 (76)
Basic Topologies 50 (11)
Reliability Mechanisms 61 (5)
VLANs 66 (4)
Toward Larger Topologies 70 (11)
Hierarchical Design 81 (32)
Implementing Reliability 113(2)
Large-Scale LAN Topologies 115(11)
Local Area Network Technologies 126(43)
Selecting Appropriate LAN Technology 126(4)
Ethernet and Fast Ethernet 130(11)
Token Ring 141(5)
Gigabit and 10 Gigabit Ethernet 146(3)
ATM 149(5)
FDDI 154(1)
Wireless 155(5)
Firewalls and Gateways 160(2)
Structured Cabling 162(7)
IP 169(24)
IP-Addressing Basics 170(3)
IP-Address Classes 173(2)
ARP and ICMP 175(2)
Network Address Translation 177(2)
Multiple Subnet Broadcast 179(3)
General IP Design Strategies 182(9)
DNS and DHCP 191(2)
IP Dynamic Routing 193(41)
Static Routing 194(2)
Types of Dynamic Routing Protocols 196(1)
RIP 197(9)
IGRP and EIGRP 206(7)
OSPF 213(15)
BGP 228(6)
IPX 234(13)
Dynamic Routing 236(6)
General IPX Design Strategies 242(5)
Elements of Efficiency 247(26)
Using Equipment Features Effectively 248(1)
Hop Counts 249(1)
MTU Throughout the Network 250(2)
Bottlenecks and Congestion 252(1)
Filtering 253(1)
Quality of Service and Traffic Shaping 254(19)
Network Management 273(33)
Network-Management Components 273(2)
Designing a Manageable Network 275(5)
SNMP 280(8)
Management Problems 288(18)
Special Topics 306(35)
IP Multicast Networks 306(13)
Ipv6 319(14)
Security 333(8)
Appendix: Combining Probabilities 341(3)
Glossary 344(20)
Bibliography 364(5)
Index 369