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Core and Metro Networks

Core and Metro Networks

by Alexandros Stavdas
513 Pages · 2010 · 9.5 MB · 4,874 Downloads · New!
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Cisco Unified Communications Manager 8: Expert Administration Cookbook
by Tanner Ezell
395 Pages · 2012 · 8 MB · 8 Downloads · New!
“Cisco Unified Communications Manager 8” is a very useful book to configure and manage CUCM step by step. It is written in an easy-to-read style, with a strong emphasis on real-world, practical examples. The author of the book Tanner Ezell has been working with Unified Communications for many years. He has very good command of extensive knowledge of Cisco UC including Unity, Presence, and UCCX. Currently, he works for a Cisco partner who specializes in Cisco’s Unified Communications. In this book, Tanner provides step-by-step explanations of administration tasks. The book has covered all most all pro level topics and helps the Cisco Unified Communications administrators and engineers with advanced recipes to perform important administration tasks. There are bulks of examples added in each chapter for a better understanding of CUCM mechanism. It’s chapter 2 delves into how you can control the maximum number of calls between 2 locations. The aim is to not overload the WAN links that travel over the Internet, for that would degrade the quality of most of the calls. Similarly, chapter 8 deals with how Cisco has been actively building out phone calls over the Internet to have some nice features unknown in traditional pre-Internet phone systems. You can also Download What Einstein Told His Barber by Robert Wolke PDF Free.
Guide to Network Security 1st Edition PDF
by Michael E. Whitman, ‎ Herbert J. Mattord, ‎ David Mackey, Andrew Green
578 Pages · 2012 · 36.3 MB · 6 Downloads · New!
Guide to Network Security 1st Edition is a great book for anyone who wants to learn computer networking and online security. Network advisors, security analysts and system engineers can sharp their networking skills with this awesome networking book. Four great minds Michael E. Whitman, ‎ Herbert J. Mattord,‎ David Mackey and Andrew Green are behind this book. This book covers each and everything of computer networking from basic to advanced level. It begins with an overview of information, network, and web security, emphasizing the role of data communications and encryption. At the middle, it explores network perimeter defense technologies and methods, including access controls, firewalls, VPNs, and intrusion detection systems, as well as applied cryptography in public key infrastructure, wireless security, and web commerce. In the last few chapters, the authors cover additional topics relevant for information security practitioners, such as assessing network security, professional careers in the field, and contingency planning. With the help of this book, IT professionals can help organizations to protect critical information assets and secure their systems and networks. Overall it is a great book on networking and online security and we highly recommend it. You can also Download Secrets and Lies: Digital Security in a Networked World by Bruce Schneier PDF.
Network Coding and Subspace Designs PDF
by Marcus Greferath (Editor), Mario Osvin Pavčević (Editor), Natalia Silberstein (Editor), María Ángeles Vázquez-Castro (Editor)
442 Pages · 2018 · 7.25 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“Network Coding and Subspace Designs (Signals and Communication Technology)” is a fantastic book on networking. Marcus Greferath, Mario Osvin Pavcevic, Natalia Silberstein and Maria Angeles Vazquez-Castro are the guys who organized this book. All these guys are expert in networking and currently working in research laboratories and teaching at universities. Their book addresses the hot topic of network coding and a powerful scheme for information transmission in networks. It introduces readers to this striking new approach to network coding, in which the network is not simply viewed as a mechanism for delivering packets, but rather an algebraic structure named the subspace, which these packets span. This leads to a new kind of coding theory, employing what is called subspace codes. The readers of the book will get highly relevant advanced research output on Subspace Codes and Rank Metric Codes, Finite Geometries and Subspace Designs, Application of Network Coding and Codes for Distributed Storage Systems. To sum it up, it is a great learning resource on networking and we highly recommend it. You can also Download Wireless Sensor Networks by Fadi Al-Turjman PDF Free.
Energy-Efficient Algorithms and Protocols for Wireless Body Sensor Networks
by Rongrong Zhang, Jihong Yu
134 Pages · 2019 · 5 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Energy-Efficient Algorithms and Protocols for Wireless Body Sensor Networks is the designing and networking book that teaches students how to design energy-efficient algorithms and protocols. Rongrong Zhang and Jihong Yu are the authors of this fascinating book. This guide offers a systematic treatment of the algorithmic tools along with a theoretical foundation that is required for wireless body sensor networks (WBSNs). The author takes the reader step by step through every process that is easy for beginners to understand everything. Issues that are discussed in the book are both important and practical for analysis purposes. Get ready to learn the foundations for the design of protocols for (WBSNs) and energy-efficient algorithms. There is a list of tools that you can use to attain your desire results (WBSNs). This guide is for the students, teachers, and researchers who are willing to update their knowledge to the advanced level. It offers an in-depth review of all those topics that are included in this book. This is the time to broader your knowledge in both engineering and theoretical perspectives.
Ansible: Up and Running
by Lorin Hochstein
334 Pages · 2015 · 3.23 MB · 4,133 Downloads · New!
Among the many configuration management tools available, Ansible has some distinct advantages—it’s minimal in nature, you don’t need to install anything on your nodes, and it has an easy learning curve. This practical guide shows you how to be productive with this tool quickly, whether you’re a developer deploying code to production or a system administrator looking for a better automation solution.
Server Load Balancing
by Tony Bourke
182 Pages · 2001 · 3.1 MB · 1,713 Downloads · New!
Load balancing improves network performance by distributing traffic efficiently so that individual servers are not overwhelmed by sudden fluctuations in activity. Server Load Balancing is a guide to this critical component of high availability, clustering, and fault tolerance, all of which provide the infrastructure for reliable Internet sites and large corporate networks.Much of the information on load balancing comes from vendor-specific manuals that use inconsistent terminology and are often biased toward the products they cover. Server Load Balancing explains to engineers and technicians the concepts and terminology of load balancing and offers practical guidance for planning and implementing it in almost any environment. It includes a configuration guide with diagrams and sample configurations for installing, configuring, and maintaining products from the four major vendors: