Handbook of Computer Networks: LANs, MANs, WANs, the by Hossein Bidgoli

By Hossein Bidgoli

Volume II: LANs, MANs, WANs, the net, and worldwide, mobile, and instant Networks.

Part 1: LANs, MANs, and WANs.

neighborhood zone Networks (Wayne C. Summers).

Ethernet LANs (William Stallings).

Token Ring LANs (Norman C. Strole, Werner Bux, and Robert D. Love).

Optical Fiber LANs (Mo Adda, Amanda Peart, and Jau Ming Chew).

home windows 2000 working approach (Dario Forte).

Linux working method (Mark Shacklette).

Metropolitan region Networks (Richard J. Nieporent).

Terrestrial large zone Networks (Gurdeep Singh Hura).

Packet Switching (Qinqing Zhang and Qi Bi).

Circuit Switching (Farid Farahmand and Qiong (Jo) Zhang).

Message Switching (Farid Farahmand).

body Relay (Eddie Rabinovitch).

Asynchronous move Mode (ATM) (Arjan Durresi and Raj Jain).

Broadband built-in companies electronic community (B. Muthukumaran).

DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) (Milos Milosevic).

Cable Modems (Shaheed N. Mohammed).

domestic Networking (Sherali Zeadally).

Multimedia Networking (Hans-Peter Dommel).

Part 2: the web, international Networks, and VoIP.

the web basics (Hossein Bidgoli).

historical past of the web (John Lucas Sherry and Nicholas David Bowman).

Internet2 (Linda Bruenjes and Carolyn Siccama).

net area identify process (Krishna Jayakar).

details Retrieval on the net (Raymond F. Wisman).

web structure (Geoffrey G. Xie).

TCP/IP Suite (Prabhaker Mateti).

SMTP (Simple Mail move Protocol) (Vladimir V. Riabov).

IP Multicast (Emilia Rosti).

community QoS (Ying Lu).

net safeguard criteria (Raymond R. Panko).

know-how and criteria for Low-Bit-Rate Vocoding tools (Miguel Arjona Ramirez and Mario Minami).

Voice Over net Protocol (Sherali Zeadally and Farhan Siddiqui).

Signaling methods (Edmundo Monteiro, Fernando Boavida, Marilia Curado, and Luis Cordeiro).

Voice over MPLS and VoIP over MPLS (Junaid Ahmed Zubairi).

cell quantity Mapping (ENUM) (Leslie L. Daigle).

internet hosting (Thomas C. Bressoud).

End-System QoS (Tarek F. Abdelzhaer and Chengdu Huang).

net companies (Mei-Ling L. Liu).

Part three: mobile and instant Networks.

mobile Communications Channels (Aarne Mammela and Risto Wichman).

mobile Telephony (Elyes Ben Ali Bdira).

cellular Radio Communications (Chi Zhou).

Evolution of cellular mobile Networks (Jiang Xie and Xiaoyuan Gu).

worldwide approach for Mobile Communications (Mohamed A. Haleem and Koduvayur P. Subbalakshmi).

common Packet Radio carrier (Allen H. Levesque).

place administration in own communique structures (Jingyuan Zhang and Ivan Stojmenovic).

Mobility administration in Heterogeneous Networks (Guangbin Fan, Xuming Lu, and music Ci).

common cellular Telecommunications method (Faouzi Zarai, Noureddine Boudriga, and Mohammad S. Obaidat).

overseas cellular Telecommunications-2000 and 3G instant platforms (Mustafa M. Matalgah and Omar M. Hammouri).

Code department a number of entry (CDMA) (Frank H.P. Fitzek and Marcos Katz).

Time-Division a number of entry (Tom S. Chan).

provider experience a number of entry Protocols (Wei Ye).

Bluetooth expertise (Brent A. Miller).

satellite tv for pc Communications fundamentals (Michele Luglio and Antonio Saitto).

Land-Mobile satellite tv for pc Channel (Emilio Matricciani).

Geosynchronous mounted satellite tv for pc Communications (Michele Luglio and Antonio Saitto).

Satellites in IP Networks (Fatih Alagoz and Abbas Jamalipour).

worldwide Navigation satellite tv for pc platforms (Omar Al-Bayari and Balqies Sadoun).

instant LANs (Mohammad S. Obaidat, G. I. Papadimitriou, and S. Obeidat).

instant LAN criteria (Prashant Krishnamurthy).

Bit-Interleaved Coded Modulation (Yuheng Huang and James A. Ritcey).

The instant program Protocol (Lillian N. Cassel and Arun Srinivasa Murthy).

instant ATM (Amel Meddeb and Noureddine Boudriga).

instant IP Telephony (Manish Marwah and Shivakant Mishra).

instant net (Abbas Jamalipour).

Internetworking of Heterogeneous instant Networks (Sherali Zeadally and Farhan Siddiqui).

ideas and purposes of advert Hoc and Sensor Networks (Marco Conti).

Medium entry in advert Hoc and Sensor Networks (Vojislav B. Misic and Jelena Misic).

rising traits in Routing Protocols in Mobile instant advert Hoc and Sensor Networks (Jamal N. Al-Karaki).

Broadcasting in advert Hoc and Sensor Networks (Francois Ingelrest, David Simplot-Ryl, Hong Guo, and Ivan Stojmenovic).

facts tracking and amassing in Sensor Networks (Symeon Papavassiliou, Stella Kafetzoglou, and Jin Zhu).

In-Network info Aggregation in instant Sensor Networks (Kemal Akkaya and Ismail Ari).

Cognitive and software program outlined Radios for Dynamic Spectrum entry (Troy Weingart and Douglas C. Sicker).

Localization in instant Networks (Slim Rekhis, Noureddine Boudriga, and Mohammad S. Obaidat).

Interference administration in instant Networks (Keivan Navaie and Shahrokh Valaee).

instant broad quarter Networks (Anthony H. Smith and Raymond A. Hansen).

instant Broadband entry (Hsiao-Hwa Chen and Mohsen Guizani).

Indoor instant Infrared Communications (Z. Ghassemlooy).Content:
Chapter 1 neighborhood Are community (pages 1–18): Wayne C. Summers
Chapter 2 Etherent LANs (pages 19–26): William Stallings
Chapter three Token Ring LANs (pages 27–39): Norman C. Strole, Werner Bux and Robert D. Love
Chapter four Oftical Fiber LANs (pages 40–56): Mo Adda, Amanda Peart and Jau Ming Chew
Chapter five home windows 2000 working approach (pages 57–77): Dario Forte
Chapter 6 Linux working approach (pages 78–90): Mark Shacklette
Chapter 7 Metropolitan region Networks (pages 91–115): Richard J. Nieporent
Chapter eight Terrestrial extensive region Networks (pages 116–135): Gurdeep Singh Hura
Chapter nine Packet Switching (pages 136–145): Qinqing Zhang and Qi Bi
Chapter 10 Circuit Switching (pages 146–158): Farid Farahmand and Qiong (Jo) Zhang
Chapter eleven Message Switching (pages 159–171): Farid Farahmand
Chapter 12 body Relay (pages 172–182): Eddie Rabinovitch
Chapter thirteen Asynchronous Trasfer Mode (ATM) (pages 183–199): Arjan Durresi and Raj Jain
Chapter 14 Broadband built-in companies electronic community (pages 200–209): B. Muthukumaran
Chapter 15 DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) (pages 210–220): Milos Milosevic
Chapter sixteen Cable Modems (pages 221–229): Shaheed N. Mohammed
Chapter 17 domestic Networking (pages 230–245): Sherali Zeadally
Chapter 18 Multimeadia Networking (pages 246–263): Hans?Peter Dommel
Chapter 19 the web basics (pages 265–279): Hossein Bidgoli
Chapter 20 historical past of the web (pages 280–293): John Lucas Sherry and Nicholas David Bowman
Chapter 21 Internet2® (pages 294–304): Linda Bruenjes
Chapter 22 net area identify procedure (pages 305–319): Krishna Jayakar
Chapter 23 info Retrieval on the web (pages 320–344): Raymond F. Wisman
Chapter 24 net structure (pages 345–357): Geoffrey G. Xie
Chapter 25 TCP/IP Suite (pages 358–387): Prabhaker Mateti
Chapter 26 SMTP (Simple Mail move Protocol) (pages 388–406): Vladimir V. Riabov
Chapter 27 IP Multicast (pages 407–416): Emilia Rosti
Chapter 28 community QoS (pages 417–427): Ying Lu
Chapter 29 web safety criteria (pages 428–446): Raymond R. Panko
Chapter 30 expertise and criteria for Low?Bit?Rate Vocoding tools (pages 447–467): Miguel Arjona Ramirez and Mario Minami
Chapter 31 Voice Over net Protocol (pages 468–487): Sherali Zeadally and Farhan Siddiqui
Chapter 32 Signaling methods (pages 488–508): Edmundo Monteiro, Fernando Boavida, Marilia Curado and Luis Cordeiro
Chapter 33 Voice over MPLS and VoIP over MPLS (pages 509–518): Junaid Ahmed Zubairi
Chapter 34 phone quantity Mapping (ENUM) (pages 519–531): Leslie L. Daigle
Chapter 35 internet hosting (pages 532–544): Thomas C. Bressoud
Chapter 36 End?System QoS (pages 545–558): Tarek F. Abdelzhaer and Chengdu Huang
Chapter 37 internet prone (pages 559–575): Mei?Ling L. Liu
Chapter 38 mobile Communications Channels (pages 577–590): Aarne Mammela and Risto Wichman
Chapter 39 mobile Telephony (pages 591–615): Elyes Ben Ali Bdira
Chapter forty cellular Radio Communications (pages 616–629): Chi Zhou
Chapter forty-one Evolution of cellular mobile Netoworks (pages 630–641): Jiang Xie and Xiaoyuan Gu
Chapter forty two worldwide method for cellular Communications (pages 642–657): Mohamed A. Haleem and Koduvayur P. Subbalakshmi
Chapter forty three common Packet Radio provider (pages 658–674): Allen H. Levesque
Chapter forty four position administration in own conversation platforms (pages 675–684): Jingyuan Zhang and Ivan Stojmenovic
Chapter forty five Mobility administration in Heterogeneous Networks (pages 685–698): Guangbin Fan, Xuming Lu and tune Ci
Chapter forty six common cellular Telecommunications method (pages 699–715): Faouzi Zarai, Noureddine Boudriga and Mohammad S. Obaidat
Chapter forty seven foreign cellular Telecommunications?2000 and 3G instant platforms (pages 716–750): Mustafa M. Matalgah and Omar M. Hammouri
Chapter forty eight Code department a number of entry (CDMA) (pages 751–768): Frank H. P. Fitzek and Marcos Katz
Chapter forty nine Time?Division a number of entry (pages 769–778): Tom S. Chan
Chapter 50 service feel a number of entry Protocols (pages 779–789): Wei Ye
Chapter fifty one Bluetooth expertise (pages 790–801): Brent A. Miller
Chapter fifty two satellite tv for pc Communications fundamentals (pages 802–814): Michele Luglio and Antonio Saitto
Chapter fifty three Land?Mobile satellite tv for pc Channel (pages 815–835): Emilio Matricciani
Chapter fifty four Geosynchronous fastened satellite tv for pc Communications (pages 836–859): Michele Luglio and Antonio Saitto
Chapter fifty five Satellites in IP Networks (pages 860–876): Fatih Alagoz and Abbas Jamalipour
Chapter fifty six worldwide Navigation satellite tv for pc structures (pages 877–895): Omar Al?Bayari and Balqies Sadoun
Chapter fifty seven instant LANs (pages 896–916): M.S. Obaidat, G. I. Papadimitriou and S. Obeidat
Chapter fifty eight instant LAN criteria (pages 917–934): Prashant Krishnamurthy
Chapter fifty nine Bit?Interleaved Coded Modulation (pages 935–954): Yuheng Huang and James A. Ritcey
Chapter 60 The instant software Protocol (pages 955–971): Lillian N. Cassel and Arun Srinivasa Murthy
Chapter sixty one instant ATM (pages 972–990): Amel Meddeb and Noureddine Boudriga
Chapter sixty two instant IP Telephony (pages 991–999): Manish Marwah and Shivakant Mishra
Chapter sixty three instant web (pages 1000–1017): Abbas Jamalipour
Chapter sixty four Internetworking of Heterogeneous instant Networks (pages 1018–1039): S. Zeadally and F. Siddiqui
Chapter sixty five rules and functions of advert Hoc and Sensor Networks (pages 1040–1056): Marco Conti
Chapter sixty six Medium entry in advert Hoc and Sensor Networks (pages 1057–1083): Vojislav B. Misic and Jelena Misic
Chapter sixty seven rising tendencies in Routing Protocols in cellular instant advert Hoc and Sensor Networks (pages 1084–1100): Jamal N. Al?Karaki
Chapter sixty eight Broadcasting in advert Hoc and Sensor Networks (pages 1101–1112): Francois Ingelrest, David Simplot?Ryl, Hong Guo and Ivan Stojmenovic
Chapter sixty nine info tracking and collecting in Sensor Networks (pages 1113–1130): Symeon Papavassiliou, Stella Kafetzoglou and Jin Zhu
Chapter 70 In?Network information Aggregation in instant Sensor Networks (pages 1131–1146): Kemal Akkaya and Ismail Ari
Chapter seventy one Cognitive and software program outlined Radios for Dynamic Spectrum entry (pages 1147–1157): Troy Weingart and Douglas C. Sicker
Chapter seventy two Localization in instant Networks (pages 1158–1177): slender Rekhis, Noureddine Boudriga and Mohammad S. Obaidat
Chapter seventy three Interference administration in instant Networks (pages 1178–1190): Keivan Navaie and Shahrokh Valaee
Chapter seventy four instant broad sector Networks (pages 1191–1199): Anthony H. Smith and Raymond A. Hansen
Chapter seventy five instant Broadband entry (pages 1200–1222): Hsiao?Hwa Chen and Mohsen Guizani
Chapter seventy six Indoor instant Infrared Communications (pages 1223–1236): Z. Ghassemlooy

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The maximum length of a cable segment is set at 500 meters (m). The length of the network can be extended by the use of repeaters. A repeater is transparent to the media access control MAC level; as it does no buffering, it does not isolate one segment from another. So, for example, if two stations on different segments attempt to transmit at the same time, their transmissions will collide. To avoid looping, only one path of segments and repeaters is allowed between any two stations. 5 kilometers (km).

On the good side, the standard has been responsive to evolving technology. On the bad side, the customer, not 21 • • • 10BASE5: Specifies the use of 50-ohm coaxial cable and Manchester digital signaling. The maximum length of a cable segment is set at 500 meters (m). The length of the network can be extended by the use of repeaters. A repeater is transparent to the media access control MAC level; as it does no buffering, it does not isolate one segment from another. So, for example, if two stations on different segments attempt to transmit at the same time, their transmissions will collide.

Training Training doesn’t end after the network has been installed. The network is a dynamic part of an organization’s computing system. As changes are made, employees will need additional training. Backup As more and more data is kept on networked servers and shared by more than one user, it becomes critical that a procedure be established for backing up critical data. This may be the most important task for a network administrator. Hardware and software can be replaced. New employees can be hired.

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