大规模局域网设计(影印版)
大规模局域网设计(影印版)
Kevin Dooley
出版时间:2002年11月
页数:404
本书是设计企业计算机网络的供应商的重要指南。它阐明了建立稳定的、可靠的和可管理的大规模局域网的指导原则。这些原则与你选择什么硬件供应商无关。了解这些原则的网络设计人员能够使用“优生学”的方法来选择硬件,从而实现优化网络性能和降低成本的目标。它也可以防止在市场上出现有竞争力的产品时企业却受到特定硬件供应商的束缚。
本书包括下列内容:
* 对网络可靠性和建立健壮的网络基础结构的相关因素的讨论,包括通过统计分析识别单个故障点
* 对大多数成功的网络拓朴结构的优点和缺点的详细讨论
* 实现标准网络协议(例如IP和IPX)及其动态路由协议(RIP、EIGRP、OSPF、BGP和NLSP)的有用信息
* 一些章节专门讲述了一些有用的特征,例如,DNS、DHCP、NAP和VLAN实现方式
* 对网络效率和服务质量(QoS)的分析
* 讨论了关于网络可管理性的设计决策的影响
* 对相关设计问题,包括IP的多点传送、IPv6和局域网的安全性的评估
* 附录中包括了计算复杂网络故障率的方法,以及书中使用到的概念的词汇表
《大规模局域网设计(影印版)》为网络设计人员提供了建立可靠的、有效的和合乎逻辑的网络的实用指南。
  1. Preface
  2. 1. Networking Objectives
  3. Business Requirements
  4. OSI Protocol Stack Model
  5. Routing Versus Bridging
  6. Top-Down Design Philosophy
  7. 2. Elements of Reliability
  8. Defining Reliability
  9. Redundancy
  10. Failure Modes
  11. 3. Design Types
  12. Basic Topologies
  13. Reliability Mechanisms
  14. VLANs
  15. Toward Larger Topologies
  16. Hierarchical Design
  17. Implementing Reliability
  18. Large-Scale LAN Topologies
  19. 4. Local Area Network Technologies
  20. Selecting Appropriate LAN Technology
  21. Ethernet and Fast Ethernet
  22. Token Ring
  23. Gigabit and 10 Gigabit Ethernet
  24. ATM
  25. FDDI
  26. Wireless
  27. Firewalls and Gateways
  28. Structured Cabling
  29. 5. IP
  30. IP-Addressing Basics
  31. IP-Address Classes
  32. ARP and ICMP
  33. Network Address Translation
  34. Multiple Subnet Broadcast
  35. General IP Design Strategies
  36. DNS and DHCP
  37. 6. IP Dynamic Routing
  38. Static Routing
  39. Types of Dynamic Routing Protocols
  40. RIP
  41. IGRP and EIGRP
  42. OSPF
  43. BGP
  44. 7. IPX
  45. Dynamic Routing
  46. General IPX Design Strategies
  47. 8. Elements of Efficiency
  48. Using Equipment Features Effectively
  49. Hop Counts
  50. MTU Throughout the Network
  51. Bottlenecks and Congestion
  52. Filtering
  53. Quality of Service and Traffic Shaping
  54. 9. Network Management
  55. Network-Management Components
  56. Designing a Manageable Network
  57. SNMP
  58. Management Problems
  59. 10. Special Topics
  60. IP Multicast Networks
  61. IPv6
  62. Security
  63. Appendix: Combining Probabilities
  64. Glossary
  65. Bibliography
  66. Index
书名:大规模局域网设计(影印版)
作者:Kevin Dooley
国内出版社:清华大学出版社
出版时间:2002年11月
页数:404
书号:7-302-05972-1
原版书出版商:O'Reilly Media
Kevin Dooley
 
Kevin Dooley earned his Ph.D. in physics from the University of Toronto in 1993, having financed much of his schooling as a network and system administrator. He then immediately started a career in networking and has never looked back. He now lives in Toronto, Canada, where he works as a consultant and runs a consulting company called Manageable Networks (http://www.manageablenetworks.com). In this capacity he has designed and implemented large-scale Local and Wide Area Networks for some of Canada's largest companies.
In his spare time, Kevin is a jazz pianist and composer. He has a particular interest in chamber music and has served on the board of directors of a chamber music society. One day he plans to try his hand at writing film scores.
 
 
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