Troubleshooting Remote Access Networks
by Plamen Nedeltchev
Publisher: Cisco Press 2002
Number of pages: 896
This book is written with appreciation to remote access solutions, where wired networks made possible the most common design solutions today. That's why Part I concentrates on the fundamentals, whereas Parts II, III, and IV deal with commonly available technologies, such as dial, ISDN, and Frame Relay.
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