TCP/IP CTC

TCP/IP CTC

The fastest way to master TCP/IP networking! Watch, listen, and learn as key TCP/IP concepts are described in 200+ dynamic animated figures Covers everything from the basics of TCP/IP to state-of-the-art technologies, including RSVP, Mobile IP, IPv6, and Voice over IP! Cyber classroom includes a fully searchable electronic version of the classic book, Internetworking with TCP/IP, plus interactive questions, programming exercises, hyperlinking, and more! System Requirements: Windows 95/98/NT 4.x/2000 30 MB disk space 32 MB RAM 8x CD-ROM drive or higher Sound card support Internet Explorer 5 (Included) In this awesome multimedia-and-book training course, Douglas E. Comer, the world's #1 TCP/IP expert, teaches all you need to know about TCP/IP—from the basics to the cutting edge! Master TCP/IP internetworking and routing from the ground up—including every key Internet protocol, from UDP and TCP to multicasting, DHCP to DNS, SMTP to SNMP, VPNs to VoIP! This amazing package integrates hundreds of animated figures containing expert audio commentary, hundreds of interactive questions, hands-on practice exercises, plus the newest edition of the TCP/IP book that's earned raves from virtually every leader of the Internet! Get it and become a TCP/IP expert faster than you ever imagined! Hundreds of dynamic animations complete with detailed audio explanations show you exactly how TCP/IP and the Internet work! Hundreds of interactive questions and programming exercises test your knowledge of the material Powerful full-textsearch engine helps you find the details you want-fast! World-class advice for optimizing internetwork design, maximizing reliability, and avoiding problems The world's #1 TCP/IP guidebook: The start-to-finish bestseller by Douglas E. Comer, the world's leading TCP/IP expert! Authoritative, comprehensive, and full of examples Fully updated to reflect today's most advanced IP technologies, including Mobile IP, RASVP, a
Editora: PEARSON EDUCATION DO BRASIL
ISBN: 0130905526
ISBN13: 9780130905529
Edição: 2000
Número de Páginas: 750
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