This guide provides an overview of the basic functions of WANs, the objectives of client/server computing, how to evaluate your users needs, and what to consider when selecting a network operating system for your WAN. It also discusses essentials of network protocols, from Ethernet to FDDI, and takes the reader through the ins and outs of communications technology such as ATM, Frame Relay and ISDN.Cable modems are just that: modems that connect your computer or local area network to the community antenna television (CATV) cable network. Cable modems promise throughput rates of 40Mbps downstream and 2.5Mbps and higheranbsp;...
|Title||:||LAN Times Guide to Wide Area Networks|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill Osborne Media - 1997-01-01|