qData Networks, IP and the Internet is intended not only for network designers and practitioners, who may have long sought a 'bible' on protocols and data networking, but also for the newcomer - eager to understand the principles and put the plethora of 'protocols' into context.q qWritten in a clear and accessible style and liberally illustrated, this volume introduces a novice methodically to the concepts and language (or 'jargon') of data communications. It explains the basic communications principles in depth and explains how each new detailed topic builds on these principles. The full range of protocols are covered and there are plenty of first-hand practical tips for building and operating modern data networks.q.Many Internet users receive far more data from the network (e.g., webpages, software downloads, etc.) ... Serial transmission requires only one transmission circuit, and so is far more cost effective for data transmisssion on long links betweenanbsp;...
|Title||:||Data Networks, IP and the Internet|
|Author||:||Martin P. Clark|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2003|