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Implement DSL end-to-end solutions for all six current DSL architectures
Virtual private networks, firewall security, e-commerce applications, multiple voice lines, and e-learning programs: Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) can bring all of these services to even the smallest network at an affordable price. End-to-End DSL Architectures shows how DSL can save you time and money and, most importantly, give you a competitive edge. Your primer and guide to all things DSL, this book is written for both U.S. and international audiences and builds on your basic knowledge of internetworking and TCP/IP to evaluate and compare all six TCP/IP architectures for DSL.
In addition to addressing the fundamentals of DSL technology and offering guidance for planning future network evolution for a new or legacy DSL network, this book tells you what you really need to know, posing real-life challenges and explaining how to overcome common obstacles to implementation. To help you remember key concepts, each chapter of End-to-End DSL Architectures contains challenging, chapter-ending review questions that test your knowledge of the subject matter. A uniquely thorough glossary provides a concise yet full reference that is critical for sorting through the abbreviations and variations of DSL technology.
Whether you are searching for a comprehensive reference to DSL standards and equipment or require an end-to-end solutions guide for xDSL architecture, End-to-End DSL Architectures is your complete solution for implementing DSL technology anywhere in the world, in absolutely any network-but especially in your own.Biographie de l'auteur :
Wayne Vermillion is principal consultant and instructor at Knowledge Engineer, an innovative, international consultancy in new technology knowledge transfer. While working with Cisco Systems as an educational specialist from 1999-2001, Wayne was the senior DSL course developer and instructor for the Cisco internal and external DSL training. Additionally, he was the original developer of the material used in the Cisco course, Building Cisco DSL Networks. In his tenure at Cisco, Wayne designed, developed, and presented numerous customized DSL courses to service providers in the U.S. and around the world.
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Description du livre Etat : New. New. N° de réf. du vendeur E-1587050870