Networking for Dummies

Networking for Dummies

Networking for Dummies The bestselling beginning networking book is now updated to cover the latest tools and trends Fully updated and revised to include the latest trends in networking this perennial bestseller features u

  • Title: Networking for Dummies
  • Author: Doug Lowe
  • ISBN: 9780470534052
  • Page: 381
  • Format: Paperback
  • The bestselling beginning networking book is now updated to cover the latest tools and trends Fully updated and revised to include the latest trends in networking, this perennial bestseller features updated coverage of broadband technologies, storage, and backup You ll discover the hottest topics for setting up a network at home or in the office.Popular For Dummies authoThe bestselling beginning networking book is now updated to cover the latest tools and trends Fully updated and revised to include the latest trends in networking, this perennial bestseller features updated coverage of broadband technologies, storage, and backup You ll discover the hottest topics for setting up a network at home or in the office.Popular For Dummies author Doug Lowe knows what the networking beginner is looking for, so to that end, he offers you networking fundamentals written in his easy to understand style and discusses topics such as Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008.Walks you through networking basics with valuable updates of the latest networking tools and trends Explains exactly what a network is and how to use it Demonstrates how to build a wired or wireless network Addresses securing, optimizing, and troubleshooting a network Discusses networking with all major operating systems Networking For Dummies, 9th Edition is the guide you need to start sharing resources and exchanging data today.

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    Errors are plentiful in this book and because of this I would find it very hard to give it more than one star. Also I would not recommend to anybody new to networking as this book will fill-your-head with false information. I could give plenty of examples of this, but there are too many to mention. If your looking for a good book on networking that's not too technical then you should try the following: Microsoft Windows Networking Essentials This book is easy to read and understand. It will sure [...]

    I'm not the target audience, so I'll say that upfront, but I still found it filled with lame jokes (would the target audience even *get* jokes about pocket protectors?) and irrelevant info that distracts the reader from the actual important stuff. It could also do with some revisions, because much of this is extremely out of date.That said, I did manage to glean a few tiny nuggets to fill in a couple of gaps in my knowledge, and for a complete beginner it does at least raise the issues of things [...]

    I started reading this book with the hope to understand how a computer network works. It was fun at the beginning, but after reading one half of the book, it got so technical. When I say technical, I mean you should have relevant applications or work in the relevant field to enjoy this book, or you will get bored to death. Don't get me wrong. I am talking about the half-full of the glass. Since I was crazy enough to create a picture of the technical descriptions in my mind, I was able to enjoy t [...]

    This book is better suited for people who already have a fair grasp on networking, and I would not recommend it to someone who hasn't the slightest clue about networking, as there is just too much to teach and not enough space in this book to teach it all. The premise that you can buy this book without knowing a blessed thing about networking, read the book & learn enough to start on your way to network-gurudom, is a lie. I know, because when I ventured onto the path of networking, this was [...]

    My head is full now. It helped me wrap my brain around profiles, which I needed and clarified some things I was fuzzy on. I liked that it showed the same steps on different OS and MS Servers since I work with both XP and Win 7's on MS Server 2008. The book is on my shelf as a 'wait a minute, I know I saw this somewhere' resource.

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